Playing MMA DFS takes the experience of watching UFC events to the next level and with Y2Casey’s analysis and insights, you can’t go wrong. He provides basic lineup construction strategy tips, fighter analysis including metrics to help you score more points and of course, he breaks down each fight so you understand the pros and cons to both fighters in each match. You have to remember that it’s not just about picking winners or losers in when building a MMA DFS lineup, you need active fighters that rack up strikes and takedowns which turn into BIG POINTS. Casey walks through all this strategy for you for every fight during every MMA event in his awesome articles! This weekend’s UFC Fight Night is no exception!
“Two key offensive metrics are strikes and takedowns. They get off on their opponents, watch your points rack up quick. Here’s my Offensive Output Meter for the card. With this chart, you can compare historical fighter averages in these two key metrics as I rank all fighters participating Saturday night.”
Check out an example of Casey’s analysis on one of the undercard fights!
De Randamie (-175 | $8800) vs. Pennington (+155 | $7400)
Prediction: I’m taking a shot on the dog Pennington. De Randamie has fought three times in five years. Two of her W’s were against opponents who never snagged a victory in the UFC. Pennington is coming off a title shot against Nunes, where she survived almost five full rounds before losing via TKO. Prior to that she rattled off four victories in a row, against Andrade, Correia, Phillips, and Miesha Tate. Pennington may be the underdog in this match, but at this price, it’s got some value.