The Livest Dog at UFC London: Danny Henry

The Livest Dog at UFC London: Danny Henry

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The Livest Dog at UFC London: Danny Henry


Jul 16, 2017; Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom; Danny Henry (red gloves) reacts before his bout against Daniel Teymur (not pictured) during UFC Fight Night at SSE Hydro. Mandatory Credit: Per Haljestam-USA TODAY Sports

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Name: Danny Henry

Opponent: Dan Ige

Odds: +125 (bet $100 to win $125)

Danny Henry enters his third UFC fight as the underdog yet again. He’s never been listed as the favorite for any of his fights. After his two-fight win streak, it’s sort of surprising to see him not a favorite here either.

This is especially true since Henry is a talented defensive wrestler and Ige relies a bit too heavily on the takedown. In Ige’s only loss in the UFC, a decision to Julio Arce, he was stuffed on 12 of 13 takedown attempts. Arce is a solid defensive grappler as well, but I’m not sure the difference is all that great. This means that Ige may be forced to stand and trade with Henry, who throws a real heavy right cross that put away Hakeem Dawodu.

Dan Ige vs Danny Henry odds - BestFightOdds


2019 Totals

Record: 0-7
Earnings (based on $100 bet/event): $-700
Return on Investment: -100%

2018 Record: 18-19 (+26%)


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