Our betting predictions for the preliminary card for UFC Fight Night 123.
All of the odds below are taken from BetOnline.ag, our top rated sportsbook for UFC betting.
Antonio Braga Neto vs Trevin Giles
Trevin Giles is a very active fighter and his current record is 10-0. The majority of his fights end inside the distance. Antonio Neto has not had a fight since 2014. I see the more active fighter getting the win here and Giles is stepping down from light heavyweight to middleweight.
Trevin Giles wins Inside the Distance.
Trevin Giles Head to Head -265
Chris Gruetzmacher vs Davi Ramos
Ultimate Fighter season 22 contestant Chris Gruetzmacher who did well on the show hopefully shows up uninjured. Chris should be able to fight well as he is the more experienced fighter here but his last fight was at featherweight and got submitted. Davi Ramos has the more impressive jiu jitsu if he gets it done it will be a submission win and he is stepping down from welterweight.
Davi Ramos to win by submission.
Davi Ramos Head to Head -350
Iuri Alcantara vs Alejandro Perez
Perez to win here he always puts on a nice show. He just has to get past Iuri’s submission attempts. Tough fight for Perez but I see him getting the decision win here. Underdog bet here.
Alejandro Perez to win by Decision.
Alejandro Perez Head to Head +170
Frankie Saenz vs Merab Dvalishvili
Matt Serra’s prospect fighting here Merab Dvalishvili is a very talented fighter and will go far in the UFC. Frankie has not had a win since 2015 although he has fought many tough opponents I feel that Merab is another tough task and unstoppable at the moment as he is on a 6 fight win streak outside the UFC and he will want to really put on a display in his UFC debut.
Merab Dvalishvili to win by Decision.
Merab Dvalishvili Head to Head -155
Alex Perez vs Carls John de Tomas
Alex Perez is on a 5 fight winning streak outside his official UFC debut and was on Dana White’s Contender series and defeated Kevin Gray by submission. He likes to use his submission skills usually in the first round. The Filipino prospect lost his UFC debut recently on the UFC Singapore card. Alex is fighting in his hometown of California and is also ranked no.1 in California. See Alex wanting to get a submission win here in his hometown.
Alex Perez to win by Submission.
Alex Perez Head to Head -350
Luke Sanders vs Andre Soukhamthath
Luke Sanders is coming off a recent loss to Iuri Alcantara but is keen to get the job done here as he likes to finish inside the distance. With only one career loss I don’t see him loosing this time round. It’s going to be a great fight as both fighters like finishing inside the distance but I see Luke getting the decision win here and going the distance.
Luke Sanders win by Decision.
Luke Sanders Head to Head -220
Alexis Davis vs Liz Carmouche
Both fighters here have their strengths and weaknesses here and its going to be a very close decision fight. Although they have fought before in 2013 and Davis won (close fight it will be left in the hands of the judges.) Alexis has beaten her before and is the underdog here.
Alexis Davis to win by Decision
Alexis Davis Head to Head +155