Your Best Bets for UFC 200’s ‘Fight of the Night’

Joe LauzonUFC 200 Date: July 9, 2016 Arena: T-Mobile Arena City: Las Vegas, NV The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be in the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday July 9th, 2016 with UFC 200, the most stacked card in the promotion’s history with 12 exciting bouts, including two title fights and the return of Brock Lesnar. The main card will be kicking off at 10pm ET on Pay Per View, with preliminary action preceding it on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm ET and UFC Fight Pass at 6:30pm ET. If interested in wagering on these ‘FOTN’ props or any other plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. The ‘Fight of the Night’ plays that hold the most value are: Tate/Nunes +500 || 1u to win 5u After being promoted to the main event of the evening, I think this UFC women’s bantamweight title fight stands an even better chance of taking home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors than it did before. I think that more often than not, if you pit these ladies inside the Octagon against each other, you are going to get fireworks; you are going to get a war. In the main event of the evening, that is what I expect: a war. I think this will be a fight from the opening bell until the fight is over, be it by finish or decision. If these ladies columinate the mega UFC 200 evening with a highly entertaining fight, I think they will more than likely take home the prize. Should the actually manage to get it done, it would be the third time for Tate, while being the first for Nunes. At +500, I think there’s a good amount of value in this betting line. Sanchez/Lauzon +550 || 1u to win 5.5u Diego Sanchez and Joe Lauzon are arguably two of the most entertaining fighters in the history of the UFC’s lightweight division, with both of them owning a combined 20 post-fight bonuses. Should they put on another show and secure the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, it would be the seventh time for Lauzon and the eight time for Sanchez. Regardless of whatever gameplan Sanchez and Lauzon enter the Octagon with, I think there is a fairly good chance that at some point those will go out the window and this will turn into a real fight that gets the crowd on their feet. I favor this scrap to wrap the UFC 200 Fight Pass prelims on a high note, and at +550, I think this is worth a play.

Written by Gabe Killian

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