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Our guy Ben Rajavuori is here with a UFC Vegas 57 parlay. Tail this +580 four-leg parlay and see if you can win big.

UFC Vegas 57 Parlay: Tail This Expert's +580 4-Leg Parlay

Weekly UFC parlays are a must. The high-odds payouts and sweating the last leg after all but one have cashed is an exhilarating feeling. So what better than to mix three UFC bets and an MLB into a four-leg, +580 parlay? Let's go over the legs.

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Leg 1: Chris Curtis vs. Rodolfo Vieira U1.5 Rounds

I already covered this fight in another article, which you can read here. Simply put, this is a classic clash of styles that you often see in the UFC when you consider that MMA is a mix of many different fighting styles. This one is the striker (Chris Curtis) versus the grappler (Rodolfo Vieira), and one man should finish the other quickly. In my other article, I bet on Vieira to secure the tap-out victory, but Vieira stayed in striking exchanges slightly too long with Dustin Stoltzfus, but he eventually got it done by submission in the third.

If he makes that mistake again, Curtis will easily knock him out. Curtis has shown he can knock out grapplers/wrestlers in his last two fights, so that's a live path to victory. However, I am confident in Vieira's ability to secure a takedown, and the second he does, Curtis will be a fish out of water. I give it less than sixty seconds before Curtis is tapping or unconscious. Either way, this fight won't last long unless Vieira prolongs striking exchanges once again. That is not a smart fight for him, and he knows it. The under is the play.

Leg 2: Thiago Moises ML

Oh boy. Thiago Moises is coming off back-to-back losses, and I expect the Brazilian to show up with a vengeance. Granted, one of those losses was to Islam Makhachev, which sadly is an auto-loss for just about anyone except maybe the champion at this point. Christos Giagos tends to thrive when he has a clear wrestling advantage, which he won't in this fight. Thiago Moises is a black belt BJJ artist.

Both fighters are well-rounded, but where Giagos falters is in his striking. Giagos is good offensively, but he tends to overextend in striking exchanges, leaving himself open to counter opportunities. Moises is an intelligent fighter who can exploit that mistake. They are much more evenly matched on the ground, but I expect Moises to win this on the feet. My official prediction would be Moises by decision, but I wouldn't be surprised if he knocked Giagos out, even though I know Moises only has three knockout wins.

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Leg 3: Carlos Ulberg ML

As far as underdogs go on this card, I believe this is the best spot to back the plus-odds fighter tonight. I also have an article solely on this pick, which you can read here to see the full breakdown. To summarize, Ulberg will be the faster fighter who utilizes range much more effectively. Tafon Nchukwi loads up on his strikes, trying to end it with one punch, and I think that will be his downfall in this fight. As long as Ulberg can keep his chin down and be conscious of Nchukwi's loaded-up strikes, he should win this.

Leg 4: San Francisco Giants ML

This one is simply an odds booster. This brings the parlay odds from around +350 to +580. The Reds pulled off the upset last night behind an eight-inning outing from highly-touted rookie Graham Ashcraft. Tonight, it's Mike Minor getting the start, who has been much less impressive. Minor is 1-3 over four starts this season with a 6.97 ERA, and the Giants have had success against him in the past. The Reds are 12-23 on the road and face a solid home pitcher in Logan Webb, who has given up a combined one run over his last two starts in 14 innings. I would be shocked if the Giants lost back-to-back at home in this spot. This is a good booster for the parlay.

4-Leg +580 Parlay:

  • Leg 1: Chris Curtis vs. Rodolfo Vieira U1.5 Rounds
  • Leg 2: Thiago Moises ML
  • Leg 3: Carlos Ulberg ML
  • Leg 4: San Francisco Giants ML
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Ben Rajavuori is a handicapper out of Minneapolis, MN. He has been creating sports content for almost four years now and is an expert in all things NFL, MLB, NBA, UFC, and NCAAB. Ben thrives on diving deep into statistics to find the best angle on every bet. You can follow him on Twitter @WeBeatTheSpread.


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