UFC Fight Night: Kara-France Vs Albazi Betting Predictions

  • Kai Kara-France is the betting favorite against Amir Albazi with -115 odds.
  • UFC Fight Night: Kara-France Vs Albazi present value for alternate methods of victory for each fighter.
  • The best bet of the night is for Kai Kara-France to win the fight by KO/TKO with +400 odds.

LAS VEGAS – Saturday’s UFC Fight Night main event between Kai Kara-France and Amir Albazi is expected to be a close fight, with Kara-France narrowly favored with -115 odds. There is better value in predicting the fighter’s method of victory based on each fighter’s tendencies.

UFC Fight Night: Kara-France Vs Albazi Odds

  • Kai Kara-France-115
  • Amir Albazi-105

Amir Albazi has great value at online UFC sportsbooks to win by submission with +275 odds. Albazi has won three of his last five fights by submission and has submitted opponents as his method of victory in 56% of his career fights.

Albazi has an impressive 2.47 takedown average per 15 minutes, nearly five times greater than the predominant striker Kai Kara-France who only records 0.51 takedowns per 15 minutes.

If betting on Kai Kara-France to win the bout, take his +400 odds at online sportsbooks to win by KO, TKO, or DQ. The man dubbed as “Don’t Blink” has lightning quick hands, supported by his 4.7 significant strikes landed per minute.

Kara-France has won two of his last three fight by KO/TKO, both of them happening in the first round.

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Kara-France vs Albazi Fight To Complete 1 Full Round

  • Yes (Fight Completes 1 Full Round) -700
  • No (Fight Does Not Complete 1 Full Round) +425

There are +425 odds for the fight to end before completing the first round, which has value considering 60% of Albazi’s last five fights have finished in the first round. Both fighters have first round finishes in more than half of their wins, with Kai Kara-France having 11 and Amir Albazi having nine first round finishes.