On Saturday, November 20th, 2021, the UFC makes a trip back to the Apex, in order for a great fight night to take place.
4 interesting match-ups in the main event could stir things up in each of the divisions they take place in, and that means exciting match-ups for the next Fight Night.
You can check all the UFC/MMA bets, the analysis of each fighter, and the final bet you can make in this fight.
UFC Fight Night 198 – Viera vs. Tate – Betting Odds & Free Pick – Info
When: Saturday, November 20th, at 6:00 am ET
Ketlen Vieira -110 / Miesha Tate -120
Michael Chiesa +115 / Sean Brady -145
Davey Grant +200 / Adrian Yanez -255
Joanne Calderwood +240 / Taila Santos -300
Draw Offs: –
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Ketlen Viera vs. Miesha Tate
Why Bet on Ketlen Viera
Vieira is 11-2 in her career and currently ranked seventh in the bantamweight division behind Nunes, who now holds titles in two weight classes after 12 straight victories.
Though Vieira is coming off two losses in her last three matches, a high-profile win over Tate could help her rise in the rankings.
She has, however, defeated some good and talented fighters in her previous UFC fights.
Why Bet on Miesha Tate
Tate returned to the Octagon in July after five years away from the sport, defeating Marion Reneau with a third-round TKO on the undercard of Islam Makhachev against Thiago Moises.
The upcoming bout will give the 35-year-old the opportunity to once again headline a card.
Tate (19-7) was part of the main event at UFC 200 in 2016 when she lost her bantamweight title to Amanda Nunes.
She had previously defeated Holly Holm for the UFC title while also being part of high-profile bouts against Ronda Rousey, Jessica Eye, and Raquel Pennington.
Final Betting Analysis: Viera vs. Tate
Betting lines are pretty close on this match, as we get a fighter who is making her way up the ranks, and we have a veteran fighter on a second wind run towards title contention.
We are taking Miesha Tate as our betting pick for his fight, as it looks like her return to the cage is a promising one.
Michael Chiesa vs. Sean Brady
Why Bet on Michael Chiesa
After moving up the welterweight division, Chiesa started reaping for his hard work. He stormed in into the rankings with four consecutive wins.
The 33-year-old held wins over Carlos Condit, Diego Sanchez, Neil Magny, and former champion Rafael Do Anjos.
However, his momentum was stopped after a submission loss to Vicente Luque in August of this year.
Regardless of that, Chiesa wants to jump back in as quickly as possible against a formidable opponent.
Why Bet on Sean Brady
The 28-year-old made his UFC debut in October of 2019 with an undefeated record of 10 wins and no losses.
Fast forward 3 years later, Brady has shown that he has the potential to become the heir to the welterweight belt, maintaining his undefeated record with 14 wins on his resume.
After two unanimous decision wins, the American mixed martial artist started showcasing his submission game as well with a guillotine and arm triangle finishes.
Brady will be oozing with confidence to continue his journey to the top of the division.
Final Betting Analysis: Chiesa vs. Brady
This is a fight between a wrestler who likes to take the fight to the ground against a submission specialist.
After his recent quick loss, Chiesa decided for a quick turnaround to seek redemption. However, he is going up against an undefeated mixed martial artist with so much hype behind him.
Things point towards the younger up-and-coming fighter has the stylistic advantage, which makes Brady our pick for this fight.
Davey Grant vs. Adrian Yanez
Why Bet on Davey Grant
Grant is aiming towards a rebound victory after his most recent loss in the octagon.
Davey comes from a unanimous decision loss in the rematch against Marlon “Chito” Vera on UFC Vegas 29.
The loss ended his 3 fights win streak, and unlike his current opponent, he is known for a heavy grappling style, with 8 finishes.
Why Bet on Adrian Yanez
After getting a UFC Contract after his match in the Contender Series, Yanez finished his next 3 fights winning via KO/TKO.
In his most recent fight, he managed to Knock out Randy Costa at UFC on ESPN 27.
The Bantamweight is known for his strong striking style, and a victory over a veteran fighter like Grant will boost his run through the world’s most famous octagon.
Final Betting Analysis: Grant vs. Yanez
This fight is an excellent match showcasing the old Striker vs. Grappler matchup, and we are expecting it to be an interesting show.
Things are looking towards the Contender Series product, which has had an excellent run so far, making Adrian Yanez our betting pick.
Joanne Calderwood vs. Taila Santos
Why Bet on Joanne Calderwood
Calderwood is coming off a split decision loss to Lauren Murphy in a title eliminator at UFC 263 in June.
This match was also going to be a title eliminator if Alexa Grasso hadn’t pulled out.
She’s alternated wins and over her past six fights, twice failing to secure a title shot in that stretch.
The veteran fighter is looking to keep showing she should be the next title challenger.
Why Bet on Taila Santos
Santos, meanwhile, is coming off a dominant win over Roxanne Modafferi at UFC 266.
The Brazilian has lost just once in 19 career fights and is currently riding a three-fight winning streak inside the octagon.
She is an up-and-coming talent looking to make a statement, and a win over Calderwood could be just what she needs to secure a Title eliminator with Grasso if not a title fight.
Final Betting Analysis: Calderwood vs. Santos
Another fight between a seasoned fighter and a Contender Series product.
This female fight is going to be a banger, and it could go both ways, but things are pointing towards the younger star being able to steal Calderwood’s thunder.
We are taking Santos as our betting pick for this match.
Vieira vs. Tate Betting Pick: Miesha “Cupcake” Tate
Chiesa vs. Brady Betting Pick: Sean Brady
Grant vs. Yanez Betting Pick: Adrian Yanez
Calderwood vs. Santos Betting Pick: Taila Santos