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Cole Shelton

by Cole Shelton in Mixed Martial Arts News

Updated Jun 10, 2022 · 8:30 AM PDT

UFC 275
July 12, 2020; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Jiri Prochazka of the Czech Republic punches Volkan Oezdemir of Switzerland in their light heavyweight fight during the UFC 251 event at Flash Forum on UFC Fight Island on July 12, 2020 on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via USA TODAY Sports
  • A solid UFC 275 card goes down on June 11 in Singapore
  • Glover Teixeira looks to defend his light heavyweight belt against Jiri Prochazka
  • Let’s take a look at a full UFC 275 betting preview, along with our best UFC 275 prop bets

The UFC heads to Singapore for a solid UFC 275 card that sees two titles on the line. In the main event, light heavyweight champ Glover Teixeira battles Jiri Prochazka.

The co-main event sees Valentina Shevchenko defending her flyweight belt against Taila Santos. Weili Zhang and Joanna Jedrzejczyk also have their highly-anticipated rematch. UFC 275 props are available at DraftKings, and more online sportsbooks, with a few UFC 275 picks offering great value. If you’ve already signed up at DraftKings, be sure to also check out these BetRivers bonuses for UFC 275.

We’ve already broken down the UFC 275 odds and found value on some fighters. That being said, let’s dive deeper into a UFC 275 betting preview where we look at our best UFC 275 prop bets for the card.

UFC 275 Picks for Props – Total Rounds Odds

Matchup Total Rounds Over Odds Under Odds
Teixeira vs Prochazka 1.5 -160 +130
Schevchenko vs Santos 3.5 -165 +135
Zhang vs Jedrzejczyk 2.5 -290 +215
Fialho vs Matthews 2.5 +110 -140
Della Maddalena vs Emeev 2.5 -210 +165

*All odds as of June 10


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Shevchenko vs Santos Under 3.5 Rounds

Valentina Shevchenko is coming off back-to-back TKO wins which happen in the fourth and second round, but this matchup against Taila Santos is the perfect one to take the under 3.5 as many think this fight will go the distance.

Entering the fight, many pundits have said Santos will be Shevchenko’s toughest test in quite some time and some actually believe the Brazilian can win. The last time people thought someone was a tough matchup for Shevchenko was Jessica Andrade and Shevchenko put on a clinic and went for the finish from the get-go and got the second round TKO here.

Shevchenko will just land heavy shots and mix in the grappling and eventually get the ground and pound TKO in the second or third round. As well, the only way Santos wins is by catching Shevchenko early so you also benefit from that scenario in case that happens.

Pick: Shevchenko-Santos Under 3.5 Rounds (+135)

UFC 275 Props – To Go the Distance Odds

Matchup Yes Odds No Odds
Teixeira vs Prochazka +330 -500
Shevchenko vs Santos -120 -110
Zhang vs Jedrzejczyk -225 +165
Fialho vs Matthews +140 -190
Della Maddalena vs Emeev -175 +130

Della Maddalena-Emeev Goes the Distance

Opening up the main card is a welterweight clash between highly-touted prospect Jack Della Maddalena against Ramazan Emeev.

Della Maddalena is a great striker and if he wins, it seems likely he will just stick and move and land the better shots and win a decision that way, similar to what he did on the Contender Series. Along with that, Emeev hasn’t been finished since 2014.

If Emeev is going to win this fight, he will win his usual way which is pushing Della Maddalena up against the fence and grinding out a win that way. The Russian has the capability to make this one boring, but regardless of who wins, the fight going the distance is the way to go here as I lined it -215 myself.

Pick: Della Maddalena-Emeev Goes The Distance (-175)

UFC 275 Picks – Method of Victory Odds

Result KO/TKO/DQ Odds Submission Odds Decision Odds
Teixeira beats Prochazka +800 +350 +750
Prochazka beats Teixeira -135 +1600 +700
Shevchenko beats Santos +200 +450 +100
Santos beats Shevchenko +1800 +1400 +1000
Zhang beats Jedrzejczyk +350 +1100 +140
Jedrzejczyk beats Zhang +750 +3500 +200
Fialho beats Matthews +120 +800 +550
Matthews beats Fialho +1000 +550 +220
Della Maddalena beat Emeev +275 +1200 +165
Emeev beats Della Maddalena +1100 +800 +225

Prochazka Wins by KO/TKO/DQ

In the main event, you saw in the preview I’m taking Jiri Prochazka to win, and the better way to get value instead of laying -200, taking the Prochazka by KO/TKO/DQ prop at -135 is the way to go.

If Prochazka is going to win it will be KO as out of his 28 wins, 25 have come by KO/TKO as he has insane power and we have seen Teixiera get knocked out before. He has been knocked out in three of his seven losses but even in his last couple of wins, he has been dropped and rocked and Prochazka has more power than that.

I expect Prochazka to blitz Teixeira early and land big shots to finish the Brazilian and become the new champ.

Pick: Prochazka wins by KO/TKO/DQ (-135)

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