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Islam Makhachev will face Dustin Poirier at UFC 302, scheduled for Saturday, June 1, 2024. The odds for Makhachev are +470 and Poirier is -650, respectively.

UFC 302: Makhachev vs Poirier Betting Odds

Here are the UFC 302: Makhachev vs Poirier Betting Odds:

UFC 302 Islam Makhachev Dustin Poirier
Opening Odds -615 +465
Record 25-1-0 30-8-0 (1 NC)
Average Fight Time 9:46 9:53
Height 5’10” 5’9″
Weight 155 lbs 155 lbs
Reach 70″ 72″
Strikes Landed Per Minute 2.46 5.45
Striking Accuracy 60% 51%

Makhachev vs Poirier Betting Prediction

Here is our Makhachev vs. Poirier Betting prediction.

Islam Makhachev hopes to triumph in order to increase his winning record to 25-1-0. The 32-year-old fighter, who weighs 155 pounds, will compete at a height of 5 feet 10 inches. “The combatant who is left-handed reaches the age of seventy.”The Diamond, Dusty” Poirier is a 155-pound fighter with a height of five feet nine inches.

The battle begins with the southpaw boxer entering the Octagon with a record of 30-8-0 (1 NC). The 35-year-old flyer’s wingspan is 72 inches. Dustin Poirier connects with 5.45 significant strikes per minute, whilst Islam Makhachev connects at 2.46 vital strikes per minute.

These two figures stand out when contrasted with one another. Significant strikes are successful 60% of the time for Makhachev and 51% of the time for Poirier. Makhachev permits 1.27 critical hits per minute while “The Diamond” allows 4.36 in terms of defensive effectiveness.

In addition, Makhachev has the ability to deflect up to 61% of significant punches directed against him, compared to Poirier’s 53% deflection rate.

Islam Makhachev can achieve a takedown 3.17 times every fifteen minutes, making him the more prolific grappler in the sport. Makhachev can put his opponents on the ground sixty percent of the time, and he also thwarts ninety percent of his opponents’ efforts at takedowns.

Poirier defeats opponents in 36 percent of his attempts, but he also successfully blocks sixty-three percent of takedown attempts directed at him. Makhachev is the least likely of the two fighters to go for the finish, with one submission attempt per fifteen minutes; Poirier attempts a submission once every fifteen minutes. This implies that Makhachev is more likely to sprint to the finish line than Poirier.

Islam Makhachev defeated Alexander Volkanovski via head kick in the first round of their most recent bout. Volkanovski successfully executed 11 of his total 18 strikes during that match. As Makhachev exited the bout, he had already applied 39 of his 46 available blows.

Volkanovski ultimately achieved a 66% completion rate, nailing four of the six hard strikes he tried. He was able to land 0 of 1 significant strikes on the head. Despite being on the opposing side of the Octagon, Makhachev was able to land 24 out of 29 hard shots, or 82% of his total.

Of the sixteen strong blows he delivered, thirteen struck the head. While Makhachev was responsible for 75% of Volkanovski’s huge blows, he only connected on 29% of them.

In his most recent match, Dustin Poirier faced Benoit Saint Denis. In the end, a hit to the head during the second round of combat proved to be the decisive factor. When it came down to it, Poirier had landed 82% of his major blows from a distance, whereas Denis had only landed 34% of his huge blows from a distance.

Poirier tried 34 massive blows, of which 28 (eighty-two percent) were successful. Twenty-four of the thirty punches to the head were accurate. In the competition, Denis was able to make contact on fifty of the seventy-four significant strikes. Of those 46 hard hits, 25 went straight for the head, the targeted target. By the end of the bout, Denis had delivered 69 of his 97 hits, while Poirier had landed 30 of his 37 total throws.

Other bouts to keep an eye on

You shouldn’t miss Sean Strickland vs. Michael Costa, which is another bout. Strickland wants to improve his career record to 28-6-0 with this win. The 33-year-old weights 185 pounds and is 6’1″. The traditional fighter makes it to 76″. Costa is six feet one inch tall and weighs 185 pounds. By winning this fight, the orthodox fighter hopes to raise his record to 14-3-0.

The 33-year-old has a 72-inch wingspan. Paulo Costa submits opponents 0.45 times out of every three rounds, while Sean Strickland takes opponents to the canvas 0.85 times out of every three rounds. Strickland is averaging 5.91 strikes per minute and landing 41% of his throws when it comes to striking.

In the Octagon with him will be Paulo Costa, who is connecting at a rate of 6.20 per minute and has connected on 58% of his throws.

The upcoming encounter between Michal Oleksiejczuk and Kevin Holland is absolutely worth seeing. Holland’s career record is 25-11-0 (1 NC). Documents show that the 31-year-old is 6’3″ and weighs 185 pounds. The orthodox fighter has 81″ of wingspan. When Oleksiejczuk steps on the scale, his weight is 185 pounds and his height is 6’0″.

With a win, the southpaw fighter wants to raise his record to 19-7-0 (1 NC). The 29-year-old’s length is 74″. In terms of grappling, Kevin Holland succeeds in 38% of his attempts and is able to prevent opponents from gaining a takedown in 54% of occasions.

In 44% of his attempts, Oleksiejczuk successfully takes down opponents, and in 48% of his takedown attempts, he deflects the blow. Holland strikes at a rate of 4.24 strikes per minute and takes 3.19 strikes per minute. Conversely, Oleksiejczuk deals 5.06 strikes per minute and receives 4.26 strikes per minute.

Makhachev vs Poirier Betting Pick

Here is our Makhachev vs. Poirier Betting pick: Take Islam Makhachev 

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