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UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige - MMA News & Odds

UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige - MMA News & Odds

July 14, 2020

The octagon made a great debut on Fight Island with UFC 251, but such a structure was not created to rest after the first event, quite the contrary. With three events still to be played, the first is the Fight Night, which has two featherweights in the top 10 of its division. Let’s see how the fighters arrive to this Kattar vs Ige for you to make your bets against their UFC odds.

Kattar vs Ige | UFC Fight Night July 15 2020

Calvin Kattar vs Dan Ige | Featherweight

Calvin Kattar is a veteran of the octagon, with 21 wins and four losses. After a big fight that saw him fall to Zabit Magomedsharipov, Kattar had a brutal rebound, knocking Jeremy Stephens out with a really scary elbow to the nose. Kattar is ranked sixth in the featherweight class and a resounding victory puts him in the title-challenging arena.

With an excellent Muay Thai, Kattar likes the exchange with good combinations and, if he manages to shorten distance in the range, he is extremely dangerous in the clinch, where his knees and elbows come out frequently. Besides this, Kattar is a great fighter, due to his schooling in this discipline.

Dan Ige comes from six consecutive wins, with names like Edson Barboza on that list. With a record of 14-2, Ige is a constant within the octagon. Despite training mostly on a team that focuses on kickboxing, Ige has a strong background in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo, where he is a brown belt.

A fight of styles, whoever comes out on top can have a remote-controlled boost to the top of the division. Recommended bet Calvin Kattar -310.

Tim Elliott vs Ryan Benoit | Flyweight

Tim Elliott is #12 in the flyweight ranking, and his position within it is in strong doubt, due to his three consecutive losses. Always an entertaining fighter who seeks to take risks in order to achieve his goal, Elliott always draws attention, despite the result.

In strange contrast, six of his victories have come by way of submission, five of his defeats have come by way of defeat. In other words, his risks are not always reciprocated. Elliott has a record of 15-11, but he has already fought twice in 2020 so he has a certain amount of competition.

Ryan Benoit was #15 in the ranking, however his last loss to Alateng Heili saw him fall out of it, and this is his chance to get back in it.

With a 10-6 mark, Benoit is a contrast to Elliott’s style, as he likes the exchange of punches more than bringing his opponent to the mat. Specializing in Muay Thai, Benoit has finished eight of his 10 opponents by anesthetic method. His power in the fists for flyweight division is truly fearsome, and Elliott does not possess the best chin to support them.

If Benoit can keep the fight going, he has a huge advantage over Elliott. Recommended bet is Ryan Benoit -110, in what may represent his return to the flyweight rankings.

UFC Fight Night Fulla Card | Kattar vs. Ige | July 15 2020

  • Bantamweight. Jack Shore (-600) vs. Aaron Phillips (+400)
  • Flyweight. Liana Jojua (+135) vs. Diana Belbita (-165)
  • Featherweight. Chris Fishgold (+115) vs. Jared Gordon (-145)
  • Middleweight. Modest Bukauskas (-225) vs. Andreas Michailidis (+185)
  • Featherweight. Ricardo Ramos (-160) vs. Lerone Murphy (+130)
  • Middleweight. Khamzat Chimaev (-315) vs. John Phillips (+255)
  • Welterweight. Mounir Lazzez (+260) vs. Abdul Razak Alhassan (-320)
  • Women Flyweight. Taila Santos (-115) vs. Molly McCann (-115)
  • Featherweight. Jimmy Rivera (-135) vs. Cody Stamann (+115)
  • Flyweight. Tim Elliott (-120) vs. Ryan Benoit (-110)
  • Featherweight. Calvin Kattar (-310) vs. Dan Ige (+250)