UFC Fight Night Picks With Joey Odessa - Covington vs. Woodley

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Dan Shapiro
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Joey Bagels Oddessa breaks down and predicts the UFC Fight Night card for FOLLOW THE ACTION and in particular Colby Covington vs. Tyron Woodley.  Covington is coming in at -370 odds, Woodley at +270.

There will be plenty of drama heading into this one.

"This fight sells in so many ways," Covington said. "We used to be teammates. There is the Republican and liberal angle, the hatred we generally have for each other. This is a real beef and we will be trying to kill each other. So I think we are going to see the best Tyron Woodley we have ever seen for this fight. Speaking of his last two fights, yeah those guys beat him on the judges' scorecards. This fight ain't going to the judges scorecards. I'm going to leave no doubt I'm the best welterweight in the world and am going to add another champion to my resume. I'm going to finish him. I promise you that, he will get left unconscious inside the Octagon."

This one takes place Saturday night September 19 from Vegas on ESPN+.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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