Lewis vs Dos Santos: Former UFC heavyweight title challenger Derrick Lewis faces ex-heavyweight champ Junior Dos Santos in the main event of tonight’s UFC on ESPN 4+ fight card. Derrick Lewis vs Junior dos Santos headlines UFC Wichita this March 9, 2019 at the Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas.
Lewis vs Dos Santos: MMA Fighting has published the results of the Lewis vs Dos Santos combat map at UFC Wichita at Intrust Bank Arena, which has a blog about fighting and updatinag UFC Wichita. Lewis vs Dos Santos Live. Lewis has headlined one pay-per-view card, UFC 230. The estimated buyrate for that event was 250,000.ewis vs dos santos Live UFC Fight Night 146 airs live in its entirety on ESPN+. The main card starts at 8 p.m. ET and the prelims start beforehand.
The last time Junior Dos Santos set foot in the UFC octagon, he won via TKO against Tai Tuivasa. On Saturday night, he’ll put his 20-5 record on the line against fan favorite Derrick Lewis at UFC Fight Night 146. Whereas Dos Santos is coming off a win, Lewis suffered a defeat at the hands of Daniel Cormier last time out in November. Now, Dos Santos and Lewis will headline the ultra-competitive UFC on ESPN+ 4 card, which begins with preliminary matches at 5 p.m. ET. In the other headliner, Curtis Millender will take on Elizeu Zaleski Dos Santos, the No. 14-ranked welterweight in UFC. The latest Dos Santos vs. Lewis odds list the former champ as a -210 favorite (risk $210 to win $100), while Millender is a -105 favorite in the live Millender vs. Dos Santos odds. All 13 fights on the UFC Wichita card list the favorite with UFC Fight Night 146 odds shorter than -210, so Vegas is expecting a night of close matches.
Before you make any UFC Fight Night 146 picks, you need to hear what SportsLine MMA expert Kyle Marley has to say. Marley won the first-ever “ToutMaster” UFC betting contest sponsored by MMAOddsBreaker and appears regularly on multiple MMA betting and DFS shows. He watches every single fight for every single UFC card and does extensive research before each event.
Over the past 10 months alone, $100 bettors who have followed Marley’s picks are up more than $21,000. It’s an astonishing cash rate that shows the depth of Marley’s knowledge.
At UFC 235 last weekend, Marley advised SportsLine members that underdog Kamaru Usman (+150) would upset champion Tyron Woodley for the UFC welterweight title. He predicted Usman’s energy and activity level would be the difference in a unanimous-decision victory. That’s exactly what happened, as Usman dominated from the opening bell to claim the title belt with a lopsided decision. In fact, Marley went 9-2 last week, and anyone who followed his advice was way up.
What’s more, for UFC Fight Night 145 Prague two weeks ago, Marley told SportsLine members that Thiago Santos (-110) would beat Jan Blachowiz by knockout in the main event. He was on-point again, as Santos landed a third-round flurry to end the fight.
Now, with UFC Fight Night 146 Wichita fast approaching (stream live on ESPN+), Marley has carefully studied every matchup on the 13-bout card, identified the best value in the UFC odds and released his MMA picks for every single fight.
Marley knows the UFC Wichita main event could be a turning point in the twilight of the careers for the 34-year-old Lewis and the 35-year-old Dos Santos as both aim to re-enter the heavyweight title picture. Dos Santos won the title in 2011 with a knockout win over Cain Velasquez. Lewis shrugged off thoughts of retirement and emerged as a top-five heavyweight contender on the strength of three straight victories. He accepted a title bout on short notice against Cormier in November, just one month after he took damage in a last-minute knockout win over Alexander Volkov. Now, Dos Santos and Lewis meet with plenty on the line. Marley’s UFC Fight Night 146 picks for every single bout can be found only at SportsLine.
One of the UFC Fight Night 146 predictions we’ll give away: Marley says Alex White wins as the -165 favorite over Dan Moret in a lightweight battle.
If White can defend against Moret’s jiu-jitsu (eight of 13 wins by submission), he’ll have an advantage on his feet and as a grappler. He lands more significant strikes per minute (3.89 to 3.34), lands a higher percentage of significant strikes (40 percent to 34), absorbs fewer significant strikes per minute (2.88 to 5.18), and defends against a higher percentage of significant strikes (64 percent to 52). White also lands close to one big takedown per fight (0.89 per 15 minutes) to Moret’s zero.
“White should have an edge on his feet, and his wrestling can be used to keep this fight standing,” Marley told SportsLine. “White will outwork him on his feet and pick up a decision win at UFC Fight Night Wichita.”
Marley also has strong picks for Dos Santos vs. Lewis and Millender vs. Dos Santos. He’s only sharing who to back for every bout at UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Dos Santos over at SportsLine.