UFC Fight Night 58 – MMAOddsBreaker Staff Picks

Something MMAOddsBreaker.com has decided to do for 2014 is to keep a running tally of our fight picks for all major mixed martial arts (MMA) events. It all began with UFC Fight Night 34 at the beginning of the year and it ends with UFC Fight Night 58 tonight (December 20, 2014) in Barueri, Brazil. After 43 events, James Lynch is alone in first place, picking fights correctly at a 65.6% clip thus far this year. With seven unanimous picks across the board on these 12 fights in total, the standings won’t be in for much of a shake-up following this event. Without further ado: UFC Fight Night 58

 UFN 58 Gabe Killian Adam Martin James Lynch Brad Taschuk Brian Hemminger Nick Kalikas
 Fight #1  Collier  Collier  Collier  Collier  Collier  Collier
 Fight #2  Alexandre  Means  Means  Means  Means  Means
 Fight #3  Sasaki  Sasaki  Sasaki  Sasaki  Sasaki  Sasaki
 Fight #4  Dias  Dias  Elkins  Dias  Dias  Dias
 Fight #5  Niinimaki  Carneiro  Carneiro  Niinimaki  Carneiro  Carneiro*
 Fight #6  de Lima  de Lima  de Lima  de Lima  de Lima  de Lima
 Fight #7  Sarafian  Sarafian  Sarafian  Sarafian  Sarafian  Sarafian
 Fight #8  Silva  Silva  Silva  Silva  Silva  Silva
 Fight #9  Magomedov  Silverio  Silverio  Silverio  Magomedov  Silverio
 Fight #10  Cummins  Cummins  Cummins  Cummins  Carlos Junior  Carlos Junior
 Fight #11  Barao  Barao  Barao  Barao  Barao  Barao
 Fight #12  Machida  Machida  Machida  Machida  Machida  Machida
 Last Event  7-5  9-3  9-3  7-5  8-4  8-4
 Total Record  299-189  311-177  320-168  304-184  314-174  313-175

*Nick switched his pick from Niinimaki to Carneiro following the weigh-ins Everyone also has a draw and two no contests on their record due to the Johnny Bedford vs Rani Yahya, Norman Parke vs Leonardo Santos and the KJ Noons vs Daron Cruickshank bouts. Follow along throughout 2014 to see who pulls ahead!

Written by Brian Hemminger

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