UFC Fight Night 176: Natividad vs Kelleher 09/05/2020 Tips, Results and Analysis
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UFC Fight Night 176: Natividad vs Kelleher 09/05/2020 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship has set another blockbuster fight card that is set to happen this Saturday, September 5 with UFC Fight Night 176. This event will have no audience inside the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. For those who want to watch subscribing to UFC Fight Pass and Pay Per View will be the best. The main draw for this event is two heavyweight fighters with a strong knockout power with Alistair Overeem and Augusto Sakai. The main card also includes an interesting featherweight bout as Brian Kelleher takes on Kevin Natividad. Heading to this bout, UFC Vegas Odds has Brian Kelleher as the favorite to win over Kevin Natividad.
UFC Fight Night 176: Natividad vs Kelleher 09/05/2020
UFC Fight Night 176: Natividad vs Kelleher 09/05/2020 Odds
Kevin Natividad is known as the “Quicksand” and he hails from Tempe, Arizona in the USA. He stands at five-foot-six and a natural at bantamweight. His fight team is with the Arizona Combat Sports and there he polishes his MMA skills as well. This 27-year-old fighter has a professional MMA record of 9-1 with five of his wins coming from knockouts. He is set to make his UFC debut against Brian Kelleher in UFC Fight Night 176 but before that, he was an outstanding fighter from Legacy Fighting Alliance. He is now on a five-fight winning streak and for of those came from the LFA. His last bout was held in July 2020 in LFA where he knocked out Kyle Estrada in the second round with a barrage of punches.
Brian Kelleher is a 34-year-old fighter and he is an American fighter that came all the way from Selden, New York. He is at five-foot-six and weighs in at 145 lbs. He is a natural featherweight and his skills are honed in Maxum BJJ. His ring name is known as the “Boom” and he hols and impressive 21-11 professional MMA record. Eight of his wins came from knockouts while nine are from submissions. Kelleher has been in the UFC since June 2017. Coming to this fight, he has lost three of his last five. His last match happened in June 2020 in UFC 250 where he was put inside the same cage with Cody Stamann. Kelleher lost that fight via unanimous decision.
Natividad vs Kelleher Betting Numbers
Natividad vs Kelleher Betting Picks
Kevin Natividad has nothing to lose here and he is just getting the taste of what is it to be like fighting in the UFC. This is why the safer bet according to Online Sportsbook is the veteran Brian Kelleher and this should end early.