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UFC Fight Night
The UFC Apex will host another solid card and bettors will have plenty of UFC Fight Night Picks to make on Saturday.

UFC Fight Night picks are up as more events are taking place in Las Vegas. It starts with UFC Fight Night 172: Eye vs. Calvillo this Saturday. This event will be broadcast on ESPN Plus with the main card starting at 8:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, June 13.

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Betting Resources – UFC Fight Night

  • Event: UFC Fight Night
  • Dates: Saturday, June 13, 2020
  • Time: 6:00 p.m. ET
  • Time: 6:00 p.m. ET to 1:00 a.m. ET
  • Fights: 11
  • Odds: Money-Line, Totals, Props
  • Venue: UFC Apex
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Toss-Up in the Main Event

UFC Fight Night Favorite at MGM UFC Fight Night Underdog at MGM
Jessica Eye Cynthia Calvillo

Coming into this fight, Jessica Eye is the No. 1 contender in the Women’s Flyweight division. Eye is 15-7 with 11 of her wins coming by decision during her MMA career, and she has won four of her last five fights. However, she has not exactly been dominant as all four victories came by decision. Her wins over Katlyn Chookagian and Kalindra Faria were split decision victories. In her last fight, Eye showed up five pounds overweight, so that’s something to watch on Friday.

Cynthia Calvillo is ranked 10th in the Women’s Strawweight division, but she is only a slight underdog because that weight class is loaded with talent.  Calvillo is 8-1-1 in her career, and her lone loss came against No. 7 Carla Esparza back in December 2017. She has missed weight in two of her last three fights, and she drew Marina Rodriguez the last time she entered the ring six months ago. Calvillo is a little more well-rounded in her skill-set than her counterpart, so she is the pick at this price at UFC Fight Night.

UFC Fight Night Picks – Main Card

Marvin Vettori -228 vs. Karl Roberson +185

Since joining the UFC, Vettori is 4-2-1. His losses were nothing to sneeze at though as he fell to Antonio Carlos Jr. and suffered a split decision loss to current Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya.  Each of his last six fights have gone to a decision, but he is hoping to end that trend against Karl Roberson on Saturday.

Roberson has bounced between light heavyweight and middleweight for the last few years. He has been submitted twice in his last two bouts, and one of those losses came against a fighter that…

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