UFC 251: Day vs Grant 07/11/2020 UFC Results, Analysis and Betting Picks
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UFC 251: Day vs Grant 07/11/2020 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship is on a roll and they are starting to take off even further with their deep fight card in UFC 251. This event will debut Dana White’s hyped up “Fight Island” which is located in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Fans are not allowed to travel and visit the island but viewing options include subscribing to UFC Fight Pass and Pay Per View. Three title fights headline this event but all fights have an intriguing storyline to follow and promises to provide fireworks. Kicking off the night is a bantamweight fight featuring Martin Day going up against Davey Grant. It is seen by UFC Online that the better bet for this fight will be Martin Day as compared to Davey Grant.
UFC 251: Day vs Grant 07/11/2020
Martin Day is a 31-year-old fighter that came all the way from Kailua, Hawaii, USA and he trains at the Hawaii Elite MMA stable. “The Spartan” stands at five-foot-ten and has a professional MMA record of 8-3 with six of his wins split from knockouts and decisions. Day missed his opportunity to enter the UFC roster in August 2017 by losing to Jaime Alvarez via unanimous decision. He then went on to fight in URCC and Destiny Fight MMA before getting the call up to fight in the UFC. He is pitted against Pingyuan Liu for his first fight in the organization during UFC Fight Night 141 back in November 2018. Day lost in a very tight battle with Lui and as the judges were split in their decision.
Davey Grant is a 34-year-old fighter and his hometown is located in Bishop Auckland in England. “Dangerous” is five-foot-eight and hones his skills at the North East Top Team and SBH Manchester. His professional MMA record now stands at 11-4 with 8 wins via submission. Grant entered the UFC way back in November 2013 and he lost to Chris Holdsworth in the UFC – TUF 18 Finale as he submitted via rear-naked choke in the second round. Three years after, he scored his first UFC victory over Marlon Vera via unanimous decision. His next two matches were two years apart and both of them were losses. His last registered fight was against Grigory Popov in UFC Fight Night 163 just this November 2019 and it was a close split decision.
Day vs Grant Betting Numbers
Day vs Grant Betting Picks
Grant may have more experience and years fighting in the octagon but Day has been more consistent with his training. It is seen by Relentless Sportsbook that Day is the safer bet in this match as compared to Grant who can be unpredictable.