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UFC Fight Night: Number-Three Ranked Rodriguez Takes on Number-Seven Ranked Lemos

  • Top-10 women’s strawweights main event this Saturday

  • Original main event Mitchell vs Evloev scrapped

  • Grant Dawson looks to be the first to defeat Mark Madsen

UFC Fight Night: Rodriguez vs Lemos

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Marina Rodriguez

-215

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Amanda Lemos

+185

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Neil Magny

-120

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Daniel Rodriguez

+100

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Chase Sherman

-130

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Josh Parisian

+110

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Tagir Ulanbekov

-215

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Nate Maness

+185

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Grant Dawson

-215

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Mark Madsen

+185

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UFC Fight Night: Rodriguez vs Lemos - Picks & Predictions

Marina Rodriguez vs Amanda Lemos - Women’s strawweight division

Marina Rodriguez (-215)

Neil Magny vs Daniel Rodriguez - Welterweight division

Daniel Rodriguez (+100)

Chase Sherman vs Josh Parisian - Heavyweight division

Josh Parisian (+110)

Tagir Ulanbekov vs Nate Maness - Flyweight division

Tagir Ulanbekov (-215)

Grant Dawson vs Mark Madsen - Lightweight division

Mark Madsen (+185)

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UFC Fight Night Rodriguez vs Lemos

Marina Rodriguez vs Amanda Lemos - Women’s Strawweight Division

Marina RodriguezTALE OF THE TAPEAmanda Lemos

35

Age

35

5 ft. 6 in.

Height

5 ft. 4 in.

65 in.

Reach

65 in.

16-1-2

Record

12-2-1

Saturday’s main event pits number-three-ranked Marina Rodriguez against the number-seven-ranked Amanda Lemos.

Rodriguez is riding a four-fight winning streak heading into this contest, having most recently defeated Yan Xionan via split decision at UFC 272 last March.

She has notable wins over Mackenzie Dern and a flyweight win over Michelle Waterson.

Amanda Lemos was riding a five-fight win streak before being submitted by former champion Jessica Andrade in April. 

Lemos rebounded quickly, however - defeating Michelle Waterson by submission just three months later. She earned a performance bonus for the sub.

Both women are 35 years old and have a 65-inch reach. Rodriguez - the favorite at -215 - will have a two-inch advantage in height.

To find out how to place your bets for this women’s strawweight main event, check out our ultimate UFC betting guide to get started.

Neil Magny vs Daniel Rodriguez - Welterweight Division

Neil MagnyTALE OF THE TAPEDaniel Rodriguez

35

Age

35

6 ft. 3 in.

Height

6 ft.

80 in.

Reach

74 in.

26-9

Record

17-2

Number-13-ranked welterweight Neil Magny is looking to rebound after having lost his most recent bout against Shavkat Rakhmonov by submission in June. 

Prior to that loss, he had won two in a row against Geoff Neal and Max Griffin.

Daniel Rodriguez will be looking to win his fifth straight, having just beaten Li Jingliang in a controversial split decision only two months ago.

Magny is the taller man who will also have a significant six-inch reach advantage. He is listed as a -120 favorite over Rodriguez.

Chase Sherman vs Josh Parisian - Heavyweight Division

Chase ShermanTALE OF THE TAPEJosh Parisian

32

Age

33

6 ft. 4 in.

Height

6 ft. 4 in.

78 in.

Reach

79 in.

16-10

Record

15-5

Chase Sherman recently snapped a four-fight losing streak and looks to win his second in a row this Saturday.

Sherman most recently defeated Jared Vanderaa via third-round TKO this past July.

Josh Parisian is 2-2 in the UFC. He is coming off of a ‘performance of the night’ TKO win over Alan Baudot.

Both men stand at equal height, with Parisian having a slight one-inch reach advantage. However, Sherman is listed as the -130 favorite.

Tagir Ulanbekov vs Nate Maness - Flyweight Division

Tagir UlanbekovTALE OF THE TAPENate Maness

31

Age

31

5 ft. 6 in.

Height

5 ft. 10 in.

70 in.

Reach

72 in.

13-2

Record

14-2

Both Tagir Ulanbekov and Nate Maness are looking to bounce back following a loss this Saturday.

After winning five straight, Ulanbekov was defeated by Tim Elliott this past March by a unanimous decision at UFC 272.

Nate Maness recently had his four-fight winning streak snapped at the hands of Umar Nurmagomedov, who defeated Maness by a unanimous decision this past Summer.

Maness will stand four inches taller than Ulanbekov and will have a two-inch reach advantage.

Grant Dawson vs Mark O. Madsen - Lightweight Division

Grant DawsonTALE OF THE TAPEMark Madsen

28

Age

38

5 ft. 10 in.

Height

5 ft. 8 in.

72 in.

Reach

72 in.

18-1-1

Record

12-0

A rarity throughout his career thus far, undefeated fighter and Olympic silver medalist Mark Madsen finds himself as the underdog heading into Saturday night.

Listed at +185, Madsen has fought four times for the UFC - winning them all. He most recently defeated Vinc Pichel by unanimous decision at UFC 273 in April.

But the favorite, Grant Dawson, is also undefeated in the UFC - having won all seven of his promotional fights. He has one loss on his professional record, which occurred all the way back in 2016.

Dawson most recently defeated Jared Gordon via third-round submission in April.

Dawson stands two inches taller and is 10 years younger than Madsen.

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How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Rodriguez vs Lemos

  • LOCATION: UFC Apex, Enterprise, Nevada
  • WHEN: Saturday, November 5
  • TIME: 5PM EST
  • HOW: ESPN, ESPN+, TSN3

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