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What betting splits, DFS advice tell us about Brady vs. Aguilera at UFC Fight Night

We break down the last-minute bet splits and make some DFS picks for Sean Brady vs. Christian Aguilera at UFC Fight Night.

Opponents Sean Brady and Christian Aguilera face off during the UFC Fight Night weigh-in at UFC APEX on August 28, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC

Two welterweights with a combined 3-0 record in the UFC fight when Sean Brady takes on Christian Aguilera on Saturday at UFC Fight Night on ESPN+ in Las Vegas from the UFC Apex facility.

Brady enters with a perfect 12-0 mark in MMA, including two unanimous decision wins in his first two UFC fights over Court McGee and Ismail Naurdiev. The Philadelphian is 27-years-old and fights out of Renzo Gracie Philly, landing 5.53 significant strikes per minute with six takedowns in his 30 minutes of UFC fight time.

Aguliera is 14-6 in MMA, and won his UFC debut via a first-round TKO of Anthony Ivy on June 13th. It was his eleventh career KOs, and the 28-year-old from Brea, California made his pro debut in October of 2013. Fighting out of Total MMA Studios, “The Beast” likes to get in there and swing as he’s also been knocked out four times in his six losses.

Here are the betting odds and bet splits at DraftKings Sportsbook for Sean Brady vs. Christian Aguilera at UFC Fight Night from Las Vegas on August 29th.

Betting splits

Sean Brady: -385 (79% of action, 80% of bets)
Christian Aguilera: +285 (21% of action, 20% of bets)

Here are the DraftKings DFS salaries for Sean Brady vs. Christian Aguilera tonight:

DraftKings DFS Salaries

Sean Brady: $9,300
Christian Aguilera: $6,900

Brady is the strong favorite here with reason: He’s scored well in his two decision UFC wins with 100.5 DFS points averaged, which is the safest fighter to have on your roster. If someone can score and give you the possibility of a finish as well, it’s the best of both worlds. Finding cap space for Brady, the priciest fighter by salary on the card, has plenty of value.

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