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Roman Kopylov and Anthony Hernandez will battle it out at UFC 298 on Saturday night. Both are trying to avoid a third professional loss on their resume, but how long will this bout last? Matt McCuen breaks it down and provides his pick on the total rounds for Hernandez vs. Kopylov at UFC 298.
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Anthony Hernandez vs. Roman Kopylov Prediction, Betting Pick, and Latest Odds for UFC 298

UFC returns on Saturday, which means it is time to get rich!

We will be looking at one of the most anticipated fights on the card in this article.

Anthony Hernandez and Roman Kopylov will clash for what should be one heck of a fight.

Hernandez vs. Kopylov DATE, TIME, AND WHERE TO WATCH

  • Date: February 17, 2024
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET
  • Where to Watch: PPV

Anthony Hernandez vs. Roman Kopylov Prediction

Hernandez is the favorite, priced at -245 on DraftKings Sportsbook.

Hernandez brings a record of 11-2 into this fight.

The American last fought in May, and has not lost a fight since May 2020 vs. Kevin Holland.

He will attempt to extend his win streak to five tonight.

Hernandez has won nine of his 11 fights via knockout or submission.

The last time one of his fights went the distance was in 2022 vs. Josh Fremd.

The 30-year-old stands six feet, weighing in at 185 pounds.

Kopylov will attempt to pull off the upset tonight as he is priced at +200.

The Russian-born fighter represents a record of 12-2.

He has not lost a fight since October 30th, 2021.

Since the loss, he has ripped off four consecutive wins.

Kopylov has won 11 of his 12 fights via knockout.

Since 2016, he has had just two fights go the distance.

The 32-year-old weighs in at 185 pounds while standing six feet.

Anthony Hernandez vs. Roman Kopylov Prediction

Yes, these two fighters rarely go the distance, but all we are asking for here is to get us over 1.5 rounds.

While both guys are great at knocking out their opponents, they are also challenging to knock out.

There will be a feeling-out process early in this fight, getting us past round one.

Once we get into the second round, all we need is the clock to tick, and we will cash in!

Pick: Over 1.5 rounds -150 Click here to see which sportsbook has the best odds

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Matt McCuen is a native of Delco, PA. He has been working in the sports gambling industry and creating content for the last few years. He is an expert in numerous different sports, including the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and collegiate sports. You can follow Matt on Twitter at @DeadPresPicks.

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