UFC on ESPN 17: Griffin vs Brahimaj 11/07/2020 Tips, Results and Analysis
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UFC on ESPN 17: Griffin vs Brahimaj 11/07/2020 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship compiled another blockbuster fight card to start the months UFC on ESPN 17 is set to commence this Saturday, November 7 at the UFC Apex located in Las Vegas, Nevada. UFC Fight Pass and Pay Per View subscriptions are the options to watch the fights live. The main event will feature two top light heavyweights battling for a title shot as Thiago Santos steps in the cage with Glover Teixeira. The undercard has some interesting battles as well, one of them is this welterweight bout between Max Griffin and Ramiz Brahimaj. It is forecasted by UFC Parlay Betting that Max Griffin is the safer bet as compared to Ramiz Brahimaj.
UFC on ESPN 17: Griffin vs Brahimaj 11/07/2020
UFC on ESPN 17: Griffin vs Brahimaj 11/07/2020 Odds
Max Griffin is a 34-year-old MMA veteran and he is an American fighter that hails from Sacramento, California. He is known as the “Pain” inside the MMA cage and he has been polishing his skills at the Marinoble’s Martial Arts. Griffin stands at five-foot-eleven and has been fighting in the UFC since August 2016. He now has a professional fighting record of 15-8 and those wins are divided into seven knockouts, six decisions and two submissions. Heading to this fight, he hopes to avoid entering a losing streak as he lost two consecutive fights. The first one was against Alex Morono and the latest was on UFC 248 back in March 2020 via split decision.
Ramiz Brahimaj is a young 27-year-old fighter and he came all the way from Bronx, New York in the USA. He stands at five-foot-ten and this natural welterweight gets his training at the Fortis MMA fight stable. Brahimaj will be going to his next match with a professional MMA record of 8-2 with all of his victories earned from submissions. This will be his first match in the UFC and prior to that, he has been fighting at the LFA. In his last six fights in the LFA, he has won four fights in six matches. His last match happened in March 2019 in LFA 62 where he put Carlos Martinez on an arm-triangle choke at the 55-second mark in the first round.
Griffin vs Brahimaj Betting Numbers
Griffin vs Brahimaj Betting Picks
With Max Griffin having more experience fighting in the UFC, he is the best bet according to Online Sports Betting as compared to Ramiz Brahimaj. Griffin has more experience fighting with strikes as compared to Brahimaj who will look for the submission win before initiating an attack.