UFC Fight Night: Volkov vs Rozenstruik

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Fight fans, how good is it to be back after a break? We’ve got some entertaining Apex action lined up this weekend and this train is on the tracks for 10 weeks of non-stop action.

We had one of our best weeks of best bets last time around, cashing in 2 big tickets with Jonathan Martinez and Chidi vs Dusko to not go the distance at @2.07 and Ketlen Vieira to win at 2.95.

We're back this weekend to cash in some more bets for you guys and hopefully, go all the way to hit our mega parlay. So, let's end the wait and get straight into it.

Alexander Volkov vs Jairzinho Rozenstruik

We’ve always said this, two giants clashing in the tiny 30-foot Octagon can never be boring.

We've got another intriguing Heavyweight main event this weekend between rank 7 & 8 which will make things clearer in this stacked division.

Alexander Volkov has been regarded as the dark horse of this scary Heavyweight division for a few years now.

He is built different standing 6 ft 7 inch tall with a huge 80-inch reach which has made him a tough puzzle to solve for his opponents.

Volkov entered the UFC as the M-1 Global Heavyweight champion, and he arrived on the scene in style with a 4-fight win streak.

He has had some bumps on the way but only lost to the absolute best 4 guys who are all currently ranked above him.

Volkov was most impressive in knockout wins against Alistair Overeem, Fabricio Werdum, and Walt Harris.

He is back this week to put away another tough contender to make one last run to keep his title hopes alive.

His counterpart this weekend though is the pride of Suriname, Jairzinho "Bigi Boy" Rozenstruik.

Bigi boy is a menacing power puncher with highly rated kickboxing skills which have seen him win 6 UFC fights via knockout.

He is famous for his last-minute comeback knockout against Alistair Overeem which ensured that he can never be counted out of a fight.

He’s had a similar career pathway to Volkov, where he has had 3 losses but only to 3 of the absolute best in the division who are all ranked above him.

This fight will be intriguing as neither man is known for their grappling so we can expect them to trade hands for as long as this one lasts.

Best Bets

Our first best bet this week comes on our co-main event between Dan “50K” Ige and Movsar Evloev.

Evloev is a highly talented and undefeated contender who is believed by many as a threat to the top of this division.

Although he is facing a battle-tested Dan Ige who has faced the absolute best in Korean Zombie, Calvin Kattar and Edson Barboza, etc.

Although Ige has not come out on top in all of his fights, he is the more experienced fighter and is highly skilled.

We cannot wrap our heads around the money line, so we recommend taking a stab at the rank 10 underdog at a huge price tag.

Our next bet this weekend comes on our main event and this one will be close.

Volkov is a good technical striker who knows how to utilize his reach, but Jairzinho is dangerous for as long as this stays on the feet.

We don't think Volkov has the wrestling credentials to take this to the ground and if this stays on the feet Jairzinho has 25 minutes to find his punch.

Bigi boy has finished 11 of his 12 wins by knockout and we're getting over 3/1 for him to do it again in a close fight, we're jumping on this line.

Selection: Dan Ige (Win market) @4.30

Selection: Jairzinho Rozenstruik by Knockout (Win method) @3.10

Selection: Parlay all Selections @13.33