Far Out Free Money UFC Parlay, Another One

Hey, we did great on our last time with the Far Out Free Money Parlay so why not go again?!

There is almost always one fight power fight card that is a solid lock.

The betting odds might not be close but you feel close to 90% sure that fighter is going to be able to get the win.

Sometimes there are two or maybe even three which is great when they are there. When the pickings are slim, though, that’s when we just go with multiple events to put together our parlays.

They require some patience but also a lot of entertainment over a longer period of time. If that’s your thing…The entertainment, the rush, the fun…All of these things are great but I try not to think like that.

I want our picks to cut clean like a Ginsu.

BetOnline.AG has the betting odds for all of the fights we are going to talk about today. This is because they are responsible for debuting at least 80% of the MMA and UFC betting odds on the internet.

Let’s get far out, man, and invite some friends to a different kind of parlay party, a multi event event, if you will.

Kamaru Usman + Valentina Shevchenko + Johnny Munoz: +117

What else can we really say about Kamaru Usman?

His move to Colorado was an intelligent one, I truly believe so. Trevor Wittman is one of the greatest minds of striking in MMA history as well as a nerd, philosopher, and glove designer.

Usman is not really like any other fighter we have seen. He was a volume guy, a grinder…

But now he has power in BOTH hands.

Usman also throws some of the straightest punches you will see in mixed martial arts today.

He has everything. The guy is truly the total package now. He is better than GSP, Matt Hughes, and all of the rest who have ever fought at 170 pounds.

The same can be said about UFC Women’s Flyweight World Champion Valentina Shevchenko. She is a laser beam of a fighter. She slowly locks in on her target and before you know it, the fight is over.

People don’t give her enough credit for her finishing ability and I like the under 4.5 rounds in this fight along with Shev to pull off the victory, of course.

Her punches might not be enough to get the hard nosed Brazilian out of there but a shin to the chin is a different story.

Finally, I really like this kid Johnny Munoz in this spot.

He arguably won his first fight against Nate Maness who is huge for the weight class. Now, he is fighting Jamey Simmons who is quite small for 135.

Munoz should have his opponent beat anywhere this fight goes. He will just have to worry about the big punch and I think we will see the kid level up after getting the first time Octagon jitters out of the way.

The Bets
Munoz + Usman + Shev

Munoz + Usman + Shev + Strickland: +209

Sean Strickland is one of the most underrated fighters in the UFC. Did you guys see what he did to Brendan Allen? He made him look like he didn’t even belong inside of the same Octagon with him.

He made Allen look like less than a UFC fighter and we know already that Brandan has some nice wins in his young career.

Sean Strickland is training at the UFC Performance Institute hitting pads with Matthew Jelly, one of the best pad men they have there.

He is also spending some time with head coach John Wood at Syndicate MMA.

John is a wizard at this sport and has worked his magic multiple times with many UFC fighters including the unlikely career resurrection of Roxy Modafferi.

Roxy is kind of undercover-mean when she needs to be but Sean doesn’t even try to hide it. That dude is a psycho!

This is sparring! I’m glad I left before he came back. Not interested in dying today. Thanks

I think he runs right through Jotko or at least out strikes him. Krys is going to try and hold Sean up against the cage. I can already see his fight plan starting to unfold. That’s where it stops, though.

The Bets
Strick + Usman + Shev + Munoz

Edwards + Strick + Us + Shev + Munoz: +285

Leon Edwards is going to fight Nate Diaz and this fight in all likelihood will not be close at all. Nate has always struggled with large welterweights and been a rag doll more than once.

I don’t foresee him all of a sudden beating physics. It would be one thing if the DIAZ brothers lifted and tried to get stronger but they don’t. Whether they feel it would never work with their endurance training or they are embracing the martial arts spirit even more so, the result is the same.

They aren’t explosive or strong and technique, at the highest level at least, can only get you so far.

Leon Edwards looked better than ever and I have him winning this fight anywhere it goes and likely finishing Nate Diaz.

The Bets
Edwards + Strick + Us + Shev + Munoz

Ed + Strick + Us + Shev + Munoz + Deiveson Figueredo: +440

Yes, Deivy! I know the first fight went to a draw but that isn’t going to happen again. This isn’t the movies and Figgy is not Rocky Balboa.

When Fig fights Brandon Moreno again, I expect a fight somewhat like the first one but with less Moreno scoring and more Figueredo fighting harder. He knows he can get Moreno out of there and every second you let that guy stay in the fight, his mind just gets stronger.

While most minds weaken right away, he just gets better. That is a worry for most opponents but I feel confident in the champ to come away with the victory.

The Bets
Ed + Strick + Us + Shev + Munoz + Figgy

In Conclusion

Wow, we did go far out today.

You guys, feeling okay now?

6-leg parlays are usually left to the amateurs and are a major trap. Chasing 6 fights on one card is a trap, though.

Sure, you could win but then what?

You’re gonna do it again and eventually, the sportsbook will probably have made their money back from you and then some. I like to stick to 2 or 3 leg parlays for one week. If we are looking weeks or even months in advance if there are betting odds available, it is our duty to take advantage of them.

If not, the next guy will and the line will be moved to less value.

Nobody wants that so when you’re dealing with large favorites on different events, invite them to a far out free money parlay party!

Get your bets in now, guys, because these odds aren’t going to get any better than they are right now, unfortunately.


Mike Pruitt / Author

Mike has been covering sports professionally since 2017 but on the amateur scene for 25 years since when he was 12. Before the internet changed the world, he would keep detailed statistical box scores of NFL and NBA contests, write recaps, and voluntarily commentate games and fights alone in his room. Mike's military experience, Bachelors Degree, and employment thereafter were always rooted in engineering, science, and teaching. Now he enjoys being able to express himself through writing about football, golf, and car racing among other sports but most of all fighting as his life has been rooted in mixed martial arts including competing and teaching for the past 15 years.

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