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    UFC 293 odds, picks: Uncanny MMA analyst releases picks for Adesanya vs. Strickland and other matchups for September 9 card

    SportsLine MMA expert Daniel Vithlani has released his predictions for Saturday's UFC fight card
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    Israel Adesanya will defend his title on Saturday against No. 5-ranked contender Sean Strickland in the main event of UFC 293. The main UFC 293 fight card is set for 10 p.m. ET from Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia.

    Adesanya is a -650 favorite (risk $650 to win $100), while Strickland comes back at +450 (risk $100 to win $450) in the latest MMA odds for UFC 293: Adesanya vs. Strickland. 

    Vithlani is a highly analytical UFC bettor who profited more than 62 units in 2022. This includes a documented 24-14 record on his well-respected, two-leg parlays. Every pick was documented on his public Instagram account (@Brasco_Bets). In his SportsLine debut in January, Vithlani went 5-0 on the main card alone to bring $100 bettors a profit of $500! Anyone who has followed him is WAY UP!

    This week at UFC 293: Adesanya vs. Strickland, we can tell you Vithlani is backing Justin Tafa (-230) to get his hand raised against Austen Lane (+190) in a matchup of heavyweight prospects.

    Vithlani also has strong picks for Adesanya vs. Strickland and other bouts on the UFC 293 card. He's also backing a fighter who "has devastating power and nasty low kicks" to emerge with a dominant victory! You ABSOLUTELY need to see his UFC 293 picks before making any of your own!

    Who wins UFC 293: Adesanya vs. Strickland? And which fighter is a MUST-BACK? Join SportsLine now to see which fighters you need to be all over Saturday, all from the expert who profited a whopping 62 units on MMA picks in 2022

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    SportsLine Staff

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