Henry Cejudo vs T.J. Dillashaw Live UFC Fight Night 143 on 19 January 2019 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn
The first ESPN ESP UFC event will take place on Saturday night when UFC Fight Night will take place live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.Henry Cejudo defends the flyweight title against the bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw.When MMA fans offered a fight like that, there are many bets to make. Let’s look at some of them.MORE: Join DAZ to see more than 100 combat nights a year
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Henry Cejudo vs T.J. Dillashaw: Odds, News, Prediction & Preview
Since January 17, SBR is one of the favorites of Dillashaw, SBR. Dillashaw reaches -211, which means you have to bet $ 211 to win $ 100 and Cejudo is a loser of +180, which means that if you bet $ 100, you’ll win $ 180. The fight is narrower than they say the probabilities.
Cejudo (13-2) won the title of Demetrious Johnson, a former incumbent, at UFC 227 by unanimous decision. In the same program, Dillashaw scored a knockout in the first round of Cody Grandt. Cejudo has the advantage in the field after winning the gold medal in wrestling at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Dillashaw is a good fighter, but Cejudo is on a completely different level. Cejudo took each opponent to the canvas and was the key catalyst to dethrone Johnson.
While Cejudo’s shot showed a significant improvement, Dillashaw (16-3) remains the best fighter in the fight. The annihilation of Garbrandt by the 135-pound champion in consecutive fights is a good example. Dillashaw defeated him at his own game and claimed his title as the most violent send in the bantamweight division.
Henry Cejudo vs T.J. Dillashaw: The most important key
The most important key to the fight is how weight reduction will affect Dillashaw. The bantamweight champion did not seem to have much difficulty in gaining weight, but it will be interesting to see if the cup has an impact on his conditioning or his ability to take a hit.
He said he had not weighed 125 pounds since the eighth grade or the first year of high school, but apparently he had gained weight comfortably on Friday morning. But that does not necessarily mean that it was a healthy weight reduction. We will not really know how his body will react until the door of the cage closes on Saturday night.
Henry Cejudo vs T.J. Dillashaw: Reducing weight can be too much
When all said and done, reducing weight can be too much for the bantamweight champion. Trying to gain weight that you have not done for 18 or 19 years can be very harmful to the body. Cejudo can take Dillashaw as he wants and possibly use it. Exhaustion will force Dillashaw to slow down. This Judo will charge Dillashaw for trying to descend to his division and knock him out.
SN Pick: Henry Cejudo
Almost best score: Heritage (+180)