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Tonight's UFC Fight Night card features many heavy favorites, meaning there is another perfect opportunity to combine a few of them to make a parlay. Handicapper Ben Rajavuori breaks down his best bet for Saturday's card in the form of a parlay.

UFC Fight Night Best Bets: Lock In This Expert's 3-Leg (+215) Parlay

Tonight's UFC card features many heavy favorites, meaning we have another perfect opportunity to combine a few of them to make a parlay. Without further ado, let's break this one down.

UFC Fight Night Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: Saturday, September 17

Start Time: 7:00 pm ET

Where to Watch: ESPN+

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UFC Fight Night Parlay

Leg One: Trevin Giles ML

This fight will be both a significant test and a step up in competition for Louis Cosce. Cosce dropped his UFC debut by getting knocked out by Sasha Palatnikov after landing a knockout blow on the contender series to get here. Cosce somehow gets a harder opponent to try and get his first UFC win against. Giles has impressive wins over Roman Dolidze, James Krause, Ryan Spann, Brendan Allen, and Ike Villanueva on his record. The only reason this lien isn't closer to -300 is that Giles is fighting at welterweight after spending most of his career at middleweight. Don't let that skew your bet. Giles has more experience and has a better gas tank. He also hits harder, and Cosce's chin is not proven yet. I expect Giles to get his first win at welterweight and keep moving up in the UFC.

Leg Two: Daniel Zellhuber ML

Daniel Zellhuber is an exciting prospect entering the lightweight division of the UFC and stands with a perfect 12-0 record. He has finished nine of his twelve wins and is dangerous anywhere the fight goes. He faces Trey Ogden, who has no knockouts on his record. This will be a classic grappler versus striker, and Zellhuber's advantage on the feet should shine in this fight. Ogden was outstruck by Jordan Leavitt in a split decision loss, which leaves me with little confidence that he can get anything done on the feet against Zellhuber. Zellhuber will also have a five-inch reach advantage just for good measure as if he needed another advantage on the feet. Zellhuber will most likely knock Ogden out, but I could see him picking this one up on the scorecards as well.

Leg Three: Joe Pyfer by Knockout

This is the biggest gimme on the card. Joe Pyfer is an exciting prospect who landed an electric second-round knockout on the Contender Series two months ago. He now fights Alen Amedovski on a quick turnaround and is a massive -500 favorite on some books. This fight has Pyfer by knockout written all over it. Amedovksi is 0-3 in the UFC and was knocked out by John Phillips two fights ago. Joe Pyfer hits much harder than Phillips, and Pyfer is not easy to knock out himself, as we saw on the Contender Series. I expect Amedovski to throw without caution, and Pyfer will land a big shot early. Pyfer is one of the hardest-hitting middleweights in the UFC, and I think we see that tonight.

UFC Fight Night Three-Leg Parlay Picks

UFC Parlay Odds +215: (Bet $100 to Win $215)

  • Leg One: Trevin Giles ML
  • Leg Two: Daniel Zellhuber ML
  • Leg Three: Joe Pyfer by Knockout

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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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