UFC Fight Night: Grasso vs. Araujo - Best Picks, Predictions and Breakdown!

UFC Fight Night: Grasso vs. Araujo - Best Picks, Predictions and Breakdown!

Did you miss us? We've been gone for the past few weeks, because the UFC was on hiatus. This week's Fight Night card is a solid lead-up to UFC 280, and despite not having any particularly big names, it promises action. A lot of these fights will end by spectacular finishes; if you're curious who we're taking to get those finishes, and why- check out our content.

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There Will Be Blood

There are a few reasons why this card will be brutal and entertaining. Lots of men on the card have weakened chins. Take Raphael Assuncao for example. He's 40 years old and has been finished in his last 4 fights. He comes up against UFC newcomer Victor Henry, who has promising power. Logic would dictate that Victor Henry sleeps Acuncao in stunning fashion. The UFC matchmakers are aware of this. They also want to build as much hype for UFC 280 as possible, and know that highlight reel finishes get the people going. Jordan Wright vs Dusko Todorovic and Misha Cirkunov vs Alonzo Menifield are also great examples of fights that are likely to end with excitement. On top of that, UFC Vet Cub Swanson takes the octagon after an impressive KO win last time out over Darren Elkins. For our picks for these fights, especially for potential knockouts(and which WONT be KOs), catch this week's episode.

This card should be a fun one. Even if you don't know the fighters on this card, you're sure to enjoy it! Our content will help you to bet, and do so responsibly.

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