This Saturday will be packed with fights that you must not let fly under your radar. For the first time in a while, a UFC event produces a series of worthwhile bouts that will put many up-and-coming fighters out in the hexagon. Whether you have heard about them is one thing, but they are all quality MMA fighters.
The bout between Ion Cutelaba and Devin Clark is one such. As the event prepares to take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas this Saturday, September 18, you can rest assured that the sportsbooks already have the odds locked in and ready for the big night. You will be able to watch UFC Vegas 37 on ESPN+.
Odds to Win Ion Cutelaba vs Devin Clark
Where and When to Watch Ion Cutelaba vs Devin Clark
- Date: Saturday, September 18
- Time: 7 pm EST (main card fight)
- Location: UFC Apex, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Watch: ESPN+
Tale of the Tape Cutelaba vs Clark
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What to Expect from Cutelaba vs Clark
Many people will be interested in the upcoming fight between Cutelaba and Clark. Cutelaba has long been touted as a fan-favorite athlete who has won the hearts of many. Known for his quick first-round finishers and powerful KO/TKOs, Cutelaba is bringing a lot of punching power.
He is coming into the fight on a bad beat, though, after achieving a draw versus Dustin Jacoby and losing against Magomed Ankalaev back-to-back. Yet, he is still tipped to win at (-145).
Most of his wins so far have been clocked against little-known fighters but fans still enjoy watching Cutelaba whose presence in the ring is noticeable and resonates with the crowds. He has been dubbed “THE HULK” by fans.
If Cutelaba manages to find his way to the top, he is bound to become an even bigger sensation as his one-punch/game-over style is truly entertaining unless you are on the receiving end of this punch.
To do that, he will have to overcome Devin Clark who is evenly matched. Clark has also been struggling to establish a clear record. He most recently lost to the event’s main card fighter, Anthony Smith in a 2:34-minute bout. He won his fights against Dequan Towsend and Alonzo Menifield in five minutes each.
Both fighters were fairly good and experienced, giving Clark a solid foothold. Clark will be facing two problems in the upcoming bout. On the one hand, he has to stay clear of Cutelaba’s one-shot punch. On the other, he has to outlast and outfight him. With an aggressive fighter such as Cutelaba, this is likely to be a difficult task, but if Cutelaba goes in too aggressively, he might end up tired early in the fight.