UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw predictions, odds, picks: Best bets on the fight card from MMA expert


Bantamweight fighters Cory Sandhagen and T.J. Dillashaw will try to position themselves for a championship when they headline the main card at UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw on Saturday. The main UFC fight card is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET from the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas. Sandhagen is ranked second in the UFC bantamweight division, while Dillashaw will make his first appearance in the Octagon since January 2019. He served a two-year suspension for testing positive for recombinant human erythropoietin.

Sandhagen is a -195 favorite (risk $195 to win $100), while Dillashaw is a +165 underdog in the latest Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw odds from William Hill Sportsbook. In the co-main event, Aspen Ladd is a -190 favorite in the UFC Fight Night odds as she takes on Macy Chiasson (+160) in a women’s UFC bantamweight bout. Before locking in any Dillashaw vs. Sandhagen picks or UFC Fight Night predictions, make sure you check out the expert UFC picks from SportsLine’s Kyle Marley.

Marley has nailed 33 of his last 54 UFC main-event picks, a stretch that includes a streak of five consecutive underdogs. Over the past 28 months, $100 bettors who have followed Marley’s picks are up more than $15,000. At UFC Fight Night last weekend, Marley went 9-1, including a sweep of the main card for a profit of over $700. Anyone who has followed Marley is way up. 

Now, Marley has made the call on Cory Sandhagen vs. T.J. Dillashaw and every other matchup on the UFC Fight Night card. He’s also backing one fighter to pick up a split decision in what should be “a close back and forth fight.” You should see Marley’s UFC Fight Night picks before making any UFC picks and predictions of your own.  

Cory Sandhagen vs. T.J. Dillashaw expert preview

Prior to his knockout loss to Henry Cejudo in January 2019 and subsequent suspension, Dillashaw was the reigning UFC bantamweight champion. He first was crowned after knocking out Renan Barao at UFC 173 in May 2014. He successfully defended that title twice before losing by split decision to Dominick Cruz in January 2016.

In November 2017, Dillashaw regained the title with a second-round knockout win over Cody Garbrandt at UFC 217. Nine months later, he defended his title in a rematch with Garbrandt at UFC 227. He knocked out Garbrandt at 4:10 of the first round and earned Performance of the Night. For his career, Dillashaw is 17-4 with eight wins via knockout and three by submission.

Sandhagen has won two bouts in a row and nine of 10 following his knockout of Frankie Edgar at UFC Fight Night: Overeem vs. Volkov on Feb. 6, 2021, earning Performance of the Night. He began his MMA career in May 2015 with a win by submission over Bruce Sessman at 1:16 of the first round. He then went on to win his first five matches before losing to Jamall Emmers by unanimous decision.

His resume has been impressive, with wins over Edgar, Marlon Moraes and Raphael Assuncao. For his career, Sandhagen has compiled a 14-2 record with six wins by knockout and three by submission. You can see which Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw picks to make for the UFC Fight Night card at SportsLine.

UFC Fight Night: Cory Sandhagen vs. T.J. Dillashaw predictions

We’ll share one of Marley’s UFC Fight Night selections here: He is going with Adrian Yanez (-240) to get his hand raised against Randy Costa (+200) in a matchup of lightweight prospects. Yanez has compiled a 13-3 MMA record, winning his last six fights. He won by knockout over Gustavo Lopez 27 seconds into the third round at UFC Fight Night on March 20. His last loss was in November 2018, dropping a split decision to Miles Johns.

Costa (6-1) is off to a fast start to his MMA career, which began in June 2018. Costa, who started off as a kickboxer, has posted knockouts in all six of his wins. His only loss was by submission to Brandon Davis in April 2019. In his last fight, he earned Performance of the Night honors with a knockout of Journey Newson 41 seconds into the first round at last September’s UFC Fight Night: Covington vs. Woodley. 

“I love this fight, but I am very high on Yanez, so I am going to be picking him over any non-ranked guy in this division,” Marley told SportsLine. 

How to make UFC Fight Night: Cory Sandhagen vs. T.J. Dillashaw picks

Marley has strong picks for Dillashaw vs. Sandhagen and every other fight on the UFC Fight Night card. He’s also backing a fighter who’s “better everywhere” to pull off a convincing win. You can only get those UFC Fight Night picks at SportsLine.

Who wins Cory Sandhagen vs. T.J. Dillashaw? And how exactly does each fight end? Visit SportsLine now to get detailed picks on every fight at UFC Fight Night, all from the expert who’s up more than $15,000 on MMA in the past 28 months, and find out.

UFC Fight Night odds from William Hill Sportsbook

Cory Sandhagen (-195) vs. T.J. Dillashaw (+165)
Aspen Ladd (-190) vs. Macy Chiasson (+160)
Kyler Phillips (-270) vs. Raulian Paiva (+220)
Darrick Minner (-155) vs. Darren Elkins (+130)
Miranda Maverick (-135) vs. Maycee Barber (+115)
Jordan Williams (-180) vs. Mickey Gall (+155)
Brendan Allen (-110) vs. Punahele Soriano (-110)
Ian Heinisch (-150) vs. Nassourdine Imavov (+125)
Adrian Yanez (-240) vs. Randy Costa (+200)
Julio Arce (-200) vs. Andre Ewell (+170)
Sijara Eubanks (-330) vs. Elise Reed (+260)
Hannah Goldy (-125) vs. Diana Belbita (+105)





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