UFC Fight Night 228 Picks - Bryce Mitchell vs Dan Ige Prediction
Dan Ige vs Bryce Mitchell
UFC: Saturday, September 23rd at 7:00 PM ET
Betting Odds: -- Dan Ige +170 / Bryce Mitchell -205 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Bryce Mitchell and Dan Ige face off in a featherweight battle in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night 228 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bryce Mitchell vs Dan Ige Odds
Bryce Mitchell is the favorite sitting at -205 while Dan Ige is the underdog sitting at +170. The total sits at 2.5 rounds with the over paying out at -238.
Bryce Mitchell Betting Preview
Bryce Mitchell comes into this fight with a 15-2 record overall and he had won his first six fights in the UFC before losing his last fight. Mitchel faced off against Ilia Topuria in September of 2022 and it was midway through the second round that an arm triangle was locked in and he lost. Each of his last three wins were by unanimous decision. Mitchell is averaging 2.48 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 1.71 significant strikes per minute. Mitchell is averaging 3.26 successful takedowns every 15 minutes and is successful on 44 percent of his takedown attempts. He is also stopping 33 percent of his opponents takedown attempts. Mitchell is averaging 1.7 takedowns every 15 minutes.
Dan Ige Betting Preview
Dan “50K” Ige comes into this fight with a 17-6 record overall and he has won two fights in a row. Ige’s last fight came against Nate Landwehr and it was a unanimous decision victory. Ige outstruck Landwehr 88-74 and it was a pretty comfortable victory. Ige is averaging 3.96 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 3.69 significant strikes per minute. He is averaging 1.15 takedowns every 15 minutes and is successful on 26 percent of his takedown attempts. He also stops 56 percent of his opponents takedown attempts. Not often does he got a submission but he is averaging 0.3 submission attmempts every 15 minutes.
Shane’s Free Pick
Mitchell has had a little bit of a layoff heading into this fight, but he’s still going to find success here. Mitchell is a really good fighter on the ground, and that’s where Ige has struggled in the past. Mitchell is going to get this fight to the ground, and once he’s there he’s going to dominate this fight. Mitchell probably won’t finish the fight, but he’s going to win all three rounds. Back Mitchell on the money line.