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Derrick Lewis vs. Chris Daukaus Prediction and Odds: Heavyweight Tilt Set for UFC Fight Night 199 Ma

UFC 269 was his most exciting and most loved event of the year. Because the stacked cards had a bomb-like contest from top to bottom that exploded one after another. Which was the second biggest upset in the history of women's title fight when Juliana Pena defeated long time champion Amanda Nunes. However, there is no break in the promotion, as UFC Fight Night 199 is scheduled to take place this Saturday at UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. A UFC heavyweight bout between former UFC heavyweight championship challenger and heavyweight knockout artists Derrick Lewis and Chris Daukaus is set to be the main event of the night and headliner of the event. The UFC Welterweight Championship between Stephen Thompson and Bilal Mohammed will serve as the co-host event. The key points of this contest are that Derrick Lewis would like to retain his place in the top 5 while Chris Dawks aims to present himself as a legitimate contender for the championship as the proven finishers in the UFC 2021 campaign final. Pair up UFC 265 will return with action on Saturday after failing to claim an interim heavyweight title at its home in Houston. "The Black Best" has won four consecutive victories before this blow and has won 12-4 from the beginning of 2016. Derrick Lewis has struggled throughout his career when he encounters an athletic heavyweight who is light on his fights. Look no further than the three recent losses as proof. Cyril Gain, Jr. Dos Santos, and Daniel Cormier all fit on the side of fighters who have excellent footwork and can pick up their shots instead of arguing with the heavy-handed Lewis. Daukaus has a chance to move into the top 5 outside of the UFC in less than 18 months with a win this weekend. The former Philadelphia police officer has recorded four stoppage wins in most appearances since joining the UFC in August 2020, and has received Performance of the Night bonuses for each of his last three victories. Chris Daukas is just that kind of fighter, so despite fighting only 15 times in his professional career, there's a good reason why he's a favorite. He is unbeaten in his UFC career, ending all four fights. I'm going to support him to win five consecutive wins in the promotion this weekend. Check out the announced fight card; Main card Derrick Lewis vs. Chris Daukaus for Heavyweight Bout ( Main event ) Stephen Thompson vs. Belal Muhammad for Welterweight Bout ( Co-main event ) Jimmy Crute vs. Jamahal Hill for Light Heavyweight Bout Amanda Lemos vs. Angela Hill for Women's Strawweight Bout Raphael Assunção vs. Ricky Simón for Bantamweight Bout Mateusz Gamrot vs. Carlos Diego Ferreira for Lightweight Bout Cub Swanson vs. Darren Elkins for Featherweight Bout Preliminary card Dustin Stoltzfus vs. Gerald Meerschaert for Middleweight Bout Raoni Barcelos vs. Victor Henry for Bantamweight Bout Justin Tafa vs. Harry Hunsucker for Heavyweight Bout Sijara Eubanks vs. Melissa Gatto for Women's Flyweight Bout Charles Jourdain vs. Andre Ewell for Featherweight Bout Raquel Pennington vs. Macy Chiasson for Women's Bantamweight Bout Don'Tale Mayes vs. Josh Parisian for Heavyweight Bout Matt Sayles vs. Jordan Leavitt for Lightweight Bout


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