UFC on ESPN 18: Baeza vs Sato 11/28/2020 Previews, Spread and Fight Analysis
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UFC on ESPN 18: Baeza vs Sato 11/28/2020 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship is set to end the month with fireworks as UFC on ESPN 18 promises explosions inside the MMA cage this Saturday, November 28. It will be held inside the closed doors of the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fans are not allowed inside the venue and the best options to watch are through Pay Per View or UFC Fight Pass subscriptions. The biggest draw will put two hard-hitting heavyweights inside the MMA cage as Curtis Blaydes goes up against Derrick Lewis. An interesting welterweight bout joins the main card with Miguel Baeza goes inside the same cage as Takashi Sato. According to UFC Vegas Odds, Takashi Sato is coming in as the underdog fighter against Miguel Baeza.
UFC on ESPN 18: Baeza vs Sato 11/28/2020
UFC on ESPN 18: Baeza vs Sato 11/28/2020 Odds
Miguel Baeza is also known as the “Caramel Thunder” and this welterweight hails from Davie, Florida in the USA. He is six-foot-two and will be representing the Rock MMA fight stable in this upcoming fight. Baeza is rising up in the standings as he is coming in this bout against Takashi Sato with an undefeated record of 9-0. Seven of his wins are mostly coming from knockouts and the others are decisions. He already had two fights in the UFC and the first one was in UFC Fight Night 161 as he knocked out Hector Aldana. Next was Matt Brown in UFC on ESPN 8 and Brown took him out in the second round as well with punches.
Takashi Sato is a 30-year-old fighter and he is known as “Ten” inside the MMA Cage. He stands at five-foot-ten and came all the way from Tokyo, Japan. In this fight, he will represent Tribe Tokyo MMA. Sato has been battling in the welterweight division all throughout his career and he now has an impressive 16-3 professional MMA record. His wins are divided into 11 knockouts, two submissions and three decisions. This Japanese fighter has been fighting in the UFC since April 2019 and the organization already gave him three fights. He won two and lost one with the most recount bout that happened this June 2020 in UFC on ESPN which he won by knockout in the first round.
Baeza vs Sato Betting Numbers
Baeza vs Sato Betting Picks
This is going to be a good watch as both fighters are expected to go up the rankings in the welterweight division. With an unblemished record, Online Sportsbook feels that Miguel Baeza will stay undefeated after his match with Takashi Sato.