Bellator 299 Odds and Predictions

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Bellator returns to Dublin for one of the biggest fight cards of the year. There are nearly two dozen fights scheduled to take place in 3Arena this Saturday, September 23rd. Keep reading to see a complete breakdown of all of the latest Bellator 299 odds, courtesy of the top MMA betting sites.

Bellator 299 Predictions

There are nearly two dozen fights scheduled for this weekend, and the best Bellator betting sites have competitive odds for every one of them. Check out my Bellator 299 predictions for each fight, with odds via BetUS:

Chiara Penco (-115) vs. Mackenzie Stiller (-125)

The lone women’s MMA fight on the prelims is a strawweight bout between Chiara Penco (-115) and Mackenzie Stiller (-125).

Both fighters have short odds, meaning the oddsmakers are predicting a close bout. I’ll take the experience of Penco (8-3) over Stiller (1-0), who is entering just her second career fight.

The Bet
Chiara Penco

Mark Ewen (-300) vs. Noah Gugnon (+200)

Undefeated lightweight Mark Ewen (4-0) is a heavy favorite at -300 as he takes on Noah Gugnon (+200). It’s Ewen’s first fight since December of last year, while Gugnon has fought twice in 2023 already. I like how active Gugnon has been compared to Ewen, and I think he gets the upset in Dublin.

The Bet
Noah Gugnon

Sergey Bilostenniy (-250) vs. Kasim Aras (+175)

Next up is a heavyweight bout between Sergey Bilostenniy (-250) and Kasim Aras (+175). Both fighters are coming off a loss, and Bilostenniy is the one favored to get back in the win column. I agree with the oddsmakers here and think Bilostenniy’s striking is too much for Aras to deal with.

The Bet
Sergey Bilostenniy

Nicolò Solli (-150) vs. Romain Debienne (+110)

The preliminary card for Bellator 299 also features a welterweight showdown between Nicolò Solli (-150) and Romain Debienne (+110). Solli is returning to the cage for his first fight since last October. Despite the odds, I think Debienne, who is riding a five-fight win streak, comes away with the win thanks to his striking ability.

The Bet
Romain Debienne

Luke Trainer (-475) vs. Laurynas Urbonavicius (+290)

Luke Trainer (-475) enters Saturday’s light heavyweight clash with Laurynas Urbonavicius as one of the biggest favorites on the card. Trainer bounced back from his first career loss with consecutive first-round submissions. Urbonavicius, on the other hand, is making his Bellator debut and has won eight fights in a row.

The step up in competition will be tough to overcome, but I think “Captain Lithuania” can get the job done. Urbonavicius is worth the risk at +290, in my opinion.

The Bet
Laurynas Urbonavicius

Kenny Mokhonoana (-310) vs. Josh O’Connor (+205)

Bellator 299 is loaded with featherweight fights, including this bout between Kenny Mokhonoana (-310) and Josh O’Connor (+205). Both fighters are undefeated, but I agree with Mokhonoana being a sizeable favorite. Neither fighter has gone to a decision, but O’Connor is making his Bellator debut and moving down a weight class.

The Bet
Kenny Mokhonoana

Asaël Adjoudj (-350) vs. Ibrahim Al-Faqih Hassan (+225)

Another featherweight bout that is scheduled for this weekend pits Asaël Adjoudj (-350) against Ibrahim Al-Faqih Hassan (+225). Adjoudj has made a habit of dragging his opponents into deep water, and I think he will be able to overwhelm Hassan in the latter’s Bellator debut.

The Bet
Asaël Adjoudj

Davy Gallon (-210) vs. Attila Korkmaz (+155)

Two MMA veterans will go head-to-head as Davy Gallon (-210) takes on Attila Korkmaz (+155). Gallon has struggled in his last two fights but had a five-fight win streak prior to that. Korkmaz has a longer history of being inconsistent, so I would side with the oddsmakers and bet on Gallon in this fight.

The Bet
Davy Gallon

Otto Rodrigues (-162) vs. Brian Moore (+122)

Otto Rodrigues (-162) vs. Brian Moore (+122) is a bout between older fighters who are both in their mid-30s. Rodrigues is making his Bellator debut, and Moore is moving up to featherweight for this fight. Despite moving up in weight, I think Moore can get the win and hand Rodrigues his first loss since 2008.

The Bet
Brian Moore

Darragh Kelly (-1500) vs. Jelle Zeegers (+625)

Darragh Kelly (-1500) is the biggest favorite on this card, according to Bellator 299 odds at most sports betting sites. He takes on Jelle Zeegers (+625) in a featherweight contest on Saturday. Zeegers is making his promotional debut, and this is his first fight since November 2021.

“The Moville Mauler” is undefeated and heavily favored to pick up his fifth pro win. However, I think a small wager on Zeegers to pull off the upset is worth the risk given the potential payout odds.

The Bet
Jelle Zeegers

Khasan Magomedsharipov (-500) vs. Piotr Niedzielski (+300)

Another heavy favorite at featherweight is Khasan Magomedsharipov (-500). The undefeated 22-year-old is scheduled to fight Piotr Niedzielski (+300). This could be another solid option for fading the public, but I think Magomedsharipov picks up the win two weeks before his 23rd birthday.

The Bet
Khasan Magomedsharipov

Luca Poclit (-120) vs. Roman Faraldo (-120)

The closest fight on the Bellator 299 card is the welterweight bout between Luca Poclit and Roman Faraldo. The oddsmakers at BetUS have both fighters listed at -120

Poclit has five submission wins in his career. Faraldo, on the other hand, has earned all eight of his professional victories via knockout. I think Poclit is able to get the better of Faraldo in this classic grappler vs. striker matchup.

The Bet
Luca Poclit

Ciarán Clarke (-800) vs. Przemyslaw Górny (+425)

Undefeated Ciarán Clarke (-800) will face another tough challenger this weekend when he takes on Przemyslaw Górny (+425). This fight will be contested at a catchweight of 140 pounds, which should help Clarke with his past weight issues. Górny has a slight size advantage, but I think Clarke can overcome the size difference and improve to 8-0.

The Bet
Ciarán Clarke

Gregory Babene (-275) vs. Charlie Ward (+190)

Charlie Ward (+190) has lost back-to-back fights and is an underdog in the current Bellator 299 odds as he takes on Gregory Babene at middleweight. Babene has finished seven opponents in a row.

For comparison, five of Ward’s last six fights have gone to decision. I think that Babene is able to end the fight early and extend his winning streak to eight.

The Bet
Gregory Babene

Mansour Barnaoui (-300) vs. Jay Jay Wilson (+225)

Mansour Barnaoui (-300) is looking to bounce back from a loss to Brent Primus in May. To get back in the win column, the submission artist needs to overcome Jay Jay Wilson (+225). Both fighters are well-rounded, but I think Barnaoui’s experience will help him get the win in this lightweight bout.

The Bet
Mansour Barnaoui

Peter Queally (-451) vs. Daniele Miceli (+326)

Rounding out the prelims for Bellator 299 is a lightweight bout between Peter Queally (-451) and Daniele Miceli (+326). Queally has lost three fights in a row, but he is a sizable favorite due to his considerable size advantage. I think Miceli is able to use his grappling skills to minimize the size difference, though, and pull off the upset in Dublin.

The Bet
Daniele Miceli

Levan Chokheli (-215) vs. Sabah Homasi (+175)

Starting off the main card is a welterweight fight pitting Levan Chokheli (-215) against Sabah Homasi (+175). Both fighters are KO artists who are 2-1 in their last three fights. They also each have plenty of experience, and this could be one of the best fights of the night.

This fight should stay on the feet, which favors Chokheli. I think his reach advantage is enough to push him past Homasi in this fight. 

The Bet
Levan Chokheli

Mads Burnell (-260) vs. Daniel Weichel (+210)

One of the three featherweight bouts on the main card features Mads Burnell (-260) vs. Daniel Weichel (+210). Burnell and Weichel are both in need of a win after going 1-2 in their last three fights. Both competitors are also submission artists, which should neutralize Weichel’s size advantage.

Weichel’s experience could be the difference maker that gives him an edge over the younger Burnell. I like the 46-fight veteran to pick up the win this Saturday in Ireland.

The Bet
Daniel Weichel

Sinead Kavanagh (-140) vs. Sara Collins (+110)

Another fight at 145 lbs. takes place in the Women’s Featherweight division. Sinead Kavanagh (-140) is a slight favorite over Sara Collins (+110). Kavanagh should have the crowd behind her, and Collins will need to overcome a hostile crowd to improve to 5-0.

Two of Collin’s professional wins have come via submission. I think she is able to rely on her grappling to neutralize Kavanagh’s striking and pick up the win.

The Bet
Sara Collins

Aaron Pico (-1000) vs. Pedro Carvalho (+600)

Rounding out the featherweight bouts on the main card is a fight between Aaron Pico (-1000) and Pedro Carvalho (+600). Pico’s height disadvantage did not hurt him in the eyes of the oddsmakers.

The shorter Pico is 7-1 in his last eight fights, compared to Carvalho’s 4-4 record over that same span. I think Pico is able to get the win, and the finish, against Carvalho this weekend.

The Bet
Aaron Pico

Johnny Eblen (c) (-500) vs. Fabian Edwards (+350)

Capping off the massive Bellator 299 fight card is a battle for the middleweight championship. The undefeated Johnny Eblen (-500) will put his title on the line against Fabian Edwards (+350).

Edwards has a considerable reach advantage, which he will need to use if he wants to avoid Eblen’s grappling abilities. Otherwise, Edwards could end up getting slammed like Anatoly Tokov did at Bellator 290. Eblen has also shown that he has finishing power if the fight stays on the feet.

Eblen is the favorite and will be tough to beat. However, I think Edwards has what it takes to defeat the Middleweight champion as long as he can keep the fight standing. If not, it could be a long night for Edwards.

The Bet
Fabian Edwards
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Shaun Stack has authored dozens of casino blogs and joined our team in 2022. He enjoys playing any casino game but is particularly fond of Blackjack and Texas Hold'em. Also, he likes betting on sports, especially the NFL. Shaun is a native of Kansas City, but now lives in Pennsylvania and is an avid PA sports fan.

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