UFC on ESPN 11: Jaynes vs Camacho 06/20/2020 UFC Tips, Predictions and Analysis
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UFC on ESPN 11: Jaynes vs Camacho 06/20/2020 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship has been the most resilient sports organization in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic. They are holding their seventh fight card since returning to business with UFC on ESPN 11 this coming Saturday, June 20 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas Nevada. This will be held closed doors and viewing options are through UFC Fight Pass and Pey Per View. The main event will be between two heavyweight fighters in Curtis Blaydes entering the cage with Alexander Volkov. In the undercard, it will be a promising lightweight match featuring Frank Camacho and Justin Jaynes. In this match, Frank Camacho is the favorite fighter to win this bout against Justin Jaynes according to UFC Betting Odds.
UFC on ESPN 11: Jaynes vs Camacho 06/20/2020
UFC on ESPN 11: Jaynes vs Camacho 06/20/2020 Odds
Justin Jaynes is a lightweight fighter at his prime at 30 years old as he hails from Las Vegas, Nevada. The “Guitar Hero” is five-foot-eight tall and trains at the renowned Xtreme Couture fight stable. He has a 15-4 professional MMA record with seven wins through knockouts. This will be Jaynes’ first appearance in the UFC cage and this interesting prospect has made a good mark in different MMA organizations. He came from WXC and had his last three fights there and won every match in the first round. Jaynes made appearances as well in Xplode Fight Series, Bellator, Triple X Cagefighting and Fightstar promotions.
Frank Camacho is a 31-year-old lightweight fighter that came from all the way from Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. He stands at five-foot-ten and trains at the Team Oyama Stable. “The Crank” has a 22-8 professional MMA record with 17 TKOs under his name. Camacho made his long-due UFC debut in June 2017 after having dominant stints in Pacific Xtreme Combat and Rites of Passage. He went up against Jingliang Li for his first match and he had a rude awakening losing via unanimous decision. He won his next bout but in his last four matches, Camacho only won once and it was against Nick Hein via TKO in UFC Fight Night 153. In his last registered match this October 2019 in UFC Fight Night 162, he lost to Beneil Dariush through rear-naked choke in the first round.
Jaynes vs Camacho Betting Numbers
Jaynes vs Camacho Betting Picks
Jaynes is a very risky bet according to Online Sportsbook but he could be a high risk, high rewards type of fighter. Camacho has not been doing well in the UFC and will be itching to get his groove back and he is seen as the safer pick.