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UFC 222 Predictions & Picks: Everyone Pyle On!

There is a lot of gambling value on UFC 222 (Sat., March 3, 10:00 p.m. ET). Will the layoff for Zingano and Caraway hurt their chances at winning? Can Mike Pyle (+250) finish off his career with a triumph for bettors? Because of injury UFC 222 is missing featherweight champ Max Holloway and that is a damn pity. However, in the co-main event, perennial title contender Frankie Edgar will lock horns with surging Brian Ortega to choose who truly deserves the following shot at Holloway’s gold. On the women side of this division, UFC Women’s Featherweight Champion Cris Cyborg returns to action to confront UFC newcomer Yana Kunitskaya. Many are wondering why is the most important event? I suppose the powers that be felt fans could be marketed on the joys of seeing a lion maul a lamb. On paper, this looks like a card but these are those that sneak up on you, and if you enjoy betting on mixed martial arts, this card has been stacked with potential profit. We played it safe and went 1-1 however we came ahead and that’s what we’re looking to do this week using all our best bets for UFC 222. “Sugar” Sean O’Malley at TUF 26 Finale. “Sugar” Sean O’Malley in TUF 26 Finale. Photo from BT Sport MMA (YouTube) The pay-per-view can cost us around $60, so we’ll need a way to earn that cash back. Below are three straight bets which are worth taking and we could’ve easily taken more. Although the odds are juicy on Brian Ortega (+160) and Cat Zingano (+132), we go in a different direction. BRYAN CARAWAY (+140) vs. CODY STAMANN (-160) This really is a moneyline on you quickly need to jump on because there is not any way Bryan Caraway (21-7) ought to be an underdog in this fight. “Kid Lightning” has been on the sidelines the last few years because of trauma but let’s not forget about the man’s overall skill set and previous Octagon success. Don’t get me wrong, Cody Stamann (16-1) is no slouch either, he upset a top prospect in Tom Duquesnoy in UFC 216, but Caraway will be his toughest competition so far. Not only can Caraway push the speed and maintain Stamann from the grappling section, but he has a 68??? reach benefit in the remarkable which will let him operate his range such as he did against Eddie Wineland. The layoff doesn’t concern me. Caraway is only better no matter in which this bout goes and he fights at this a grueling pace that Stamann will be stopped. Read more: