Best Sports Picks and Parlay: UFC 289

The Bet Club – UFC 289 Picks. Welcome to The Bet Club, where we provide you with the best sports picks for UFC 289, taking place on Saturday at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada. This highly anticipated card features a women’s bantamweight title fight between Amanda Nunes and Irene Aldana as the Main Event. Our team of experts has meticulously analyzed the matchups and selected their Best Bet in Sport for UFC 289, as well as three additional picks. We’ve combined these selections into a special picks and UFC parlay with odds of +467 at KasinoBets.com Sportsbook. Make sure to check out our full UFC 289 picks to gain valuable insights on all the Main Card and Preliminary Card fights.

UFC 289 Main Card Best Bet Pick

UFC Best Bet in Sports Today: Amanda Nunes Win by Finish over Irene Aldana (-135)

Amanda Nunes enters this fight with an extraordinary MMA record of 22-5, including an impressive 16-3 record in the UFC. Nunes boasts an average of 4.40 significant strikes per minute and displays a striking accuracy of 51%. She absorbs only 2.75 strikes per minute and showcases a striking defense of 55%. Nunes also possesses excellent grappling skills, averaging 2.61 takedowns per 15 minutes, with a takedown accuracy of 56% and an impressive takedown defense of 82%.

While Nunes is a significant favorite, the money line may carry some risk. However, considering Nunes’ penchant for finishing fights (17 out of 22 wins), coupled with Irene Aldana’s vulnerability to finishes (four out of her five losses), the best bet is to support Nunes to win by finish.

Best UFC 289 Picks and Parlay

#1 Sports Pick: UFC 289 Charles Oliveira vs. Beneil Dariush – Fight to go the Distance – No (-250)

In the matchup between Charles Oliveira and Beneil Dariush, Dariush is the favored fighter. However, it’s hard to overlook Oliveira’s track record. Oliveira has seen 38 out of his 42 career fights end inside the distance, including his last four fights. Similarly, Dariush has experienced 17 out of 27 fights ending inside the distance. Based on their respective histories, it’s a solid play to bet on this fight not going the distance.

#2 Sports Pick: UFC 289 Nassourdine Imavov ML over Chris Curtis (-155)

Nassourdine Imavov enters this fight with a respectable MMA record of 12-4, including a solid 4-2 record in the UFC. Despite his recent loss to Sean Strickland, Imavov demonstrates an average of 4.32 significant strikes per minute, with a striking accuracy of 51%. He absorbs 3.81 strikes per minute and maintains a striking defense of 59%. While his grappling statistics may not be as impressive, with an average of 0.68 takedowns per 15 minutes and a takedown accuracy of 22%, his takedown defense of 72% is noteworthy. Considering Imavov’s overall performance and ability to minimize damage, backing him to win is a favorable option.

#3 Sports Pick: UFC 289 Blake Bilder ML over Kyle Nelson (-240)

Blake Bilder enters this fight with an undefeated MMA record of 8-0-1, including a perfect 2-0 record in the UFC. Bilder impressively averages 6.58 significant strikes per minute, with a striking accuracy of 57%. He absorbs 5.05 strikes per minute and maintains a striking defense of 58%. His grappling skills are decent, with an average of 0.82 takedowns per minute and 1.6 submission attempts during the same time period. Notably, Bilder showcases a 100% takedown defense. Despite being a heavy favorite, Bilder is our top choice due to his well-rounded skill set, while Kyle Nelson has not secured a victory in the UFC since 2019.

#4 Sports Pick: UFC 289 Amanda Nunes Win by Finish over Irene Aldana (-135)

AS per our Best Bet in Sports for today, Amanda Nunes is a significant favorite going into this fight, with a penchant for Nunes’ to finish fights (17 out of 22 wins), coupled with Irene Aldana’s vulnerability to finishes (four out of her five losses), the best bet is to support Nunes to win by finish.

Remember to conduct your own research and verify the latest information and odds before placing your wagers.

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