WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney defends his title Saturday against former three-division champion Jorge Linares. The title fight tops the main card from Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas, with television coverage expected to start at 8 p.m. ET. Haney is a -900 favorite (risk $900 to win $100), while Linares is priced at +600 (risk $100 to win $600) in the latest William Hill Sportsbook odds for Haney vs. Linares.
Before making any picks for Haney vs. Linares, you NEED to see the predictions from SportsLine combat sports expert Brandon Wise.
Wise specializes in picking main-card fights for UFC, which has enabled him to be profitable every year. In fact, Wise went a perfect 5-0 at UFC 239 last year and was 4-1 at both UFC 245 and UFC 249. He also nailed Khabib Nurmagomedov's destruction of Conor McGregor in 2018, Stipe Miocic's defeat of Daniel Cormier, Max Holloway's downfall in 2019 and Gaethje's TKO victory over Tony Ferguson in May of last year.
Wise, who is the combat sports editor for CBS Sports, also is an experienced boxing analyst. His strong 2021 boxing record includes telling SportsLine members to back Jamel Herring (+105) against Carl Frampton (-125) for the WBO junior lightweight title. Herring scored a TKO to give his followers an easy winner. Anyone who has followed Wise's combat sports selections is WAY UP!
For Haney vs. Linares, we can tell you Wise likes the fight to go Over 8.5 rounds, but he has a much more confident play on a method of victory prop that returns plus money! You ABSOLUTELY need to see Wise's picks before making any of your own!
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