Best Bets To Win Bellator 276 Fights
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Best Bets To Win Bellator 276 Fights

Bellator is back with a bet-packed fight card on Saturday, March 12 in St. Louis, Missouri. Between the main card and prelims, there are 11 total fights to wager on at Bellator 276. To get the best bets to win at Bellator 276, keep reading on. We’ve hand-picked the most bet-worthy opportunities of the night for you right here. 

Mads Burnell vs. Adam Borics Betting Pick

Let’s not waste any time and jump right into the Bellator 276 main event, which is a featherweight clash between the No. 2 ranked fighters in the division (yes, it’s a tie for the spot). Before offering our Burnell vs. Borics betting pick, let’s look at the current betting lines on the moneyline for each fighter:

FighterBet99Sports Interaction
Adam Borics2.802.80
Mads Burnell1.431.43

Canada’s best sportsbooks have Borics pegged as the betting underdog — it’s not a completely lopsided line, but not packed with value either. The odds, on the surface, raise a glaf given Borics has hardly tasted defeat in his career. The 28-year-old is 17-1 in his career, with the lone defeat coming at the hands of Darrion Caldwell, a one-time bantamweight champion.

But here’s the thing: Burnell matches up extremely well against Borics — if he can get him on the ground, that is. It took Burnell all of three years to earn a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, an awfully quick time to learn the intensive ground-based style. We’ve seen that translate into his pro MMA career, which included a short stint in the UFC. Burnell is 16-3 all-time, with nine of those victories coming via submission.

This fight has a Burnell win written all over it. While Borics certainly has the advantage standing up, we sense Burnell will wear him out on the ground early in the fight. If so, that’ll greatly negate Borics power while striking. In a five-round fight — remember, that’s the new rule for Bellator main events in 2022 — we expect Burnell to win a war of attrition against Borics. Hammer Burnell to win straight up here!

Mads Burnell to beat Adam Borics
1.43
Sports Interaction

Phil Davis vs. Julius Anglickas Betting Pick

FighterBet99Sports Interaction
Phil Davis1.331.33
Julius Anglickas3.203.20

You see the odds above, Phil Davis is the runaway betting favorite in the semi-main event of Bellator 276. Both light heavyweights lost recently to Vadim Nemkov and need a win to set up a title bout versus Nemkov again, as he’s the reigning champion of the division. Davis is currently ranked two in the weight class, while Anglickas is at five.

When evaluating the matchup, it’s hard for us to find any real advantage that Anglickas could leverage to pull off the upset. He’s a well-rounded fighter, but so is Davis — and the latter is superior in almost every facet. Like the previous pick, we get the sense that wrestling will decide who wins this matchup.

On the ground and getting takedowns, to begin with, Davis is certainly more qualified of the two. His wrestling background — a four-time Division I All-American at Penn State — has served him well over the course of his 14-year career. The 37-year-old is 23-6-1 all-time and has a habit of grinding out wins by decision (12 during his career). To us, this feels like a Davis unanimous decision victory.

But word of advice: hit the prop market when betting Davis vs. Anglickas. There’s just not a whole lot of money to be made off Davis’ moneyline. Instead, if you can find a prop for the exact outcome, hammer Davis by decision there. Those odds will be much more bettor-friendly than the current moneyline.

Phil Davis to beat Julius Anglickas
1.33
Sports Interaction

John Salter vs. Johnny Eblen Betting Pick

FighterBet99Sports Interaction
Johnny Eblen1.331.33
John Salter3.203.20

This feels like a showcase matchup for Eblen, a 10-0 fighter that’s quickly making a name for himself in the middleweight division. Eblen is indeed the betting pick to make vs. Salter. We sense the two opponents are on par with each other when it comes to wrestling skills, but standing up, there’s no question Eblen is the fighter to fear more.

There’s a reason that Eblen is nicknamed “Diamond Hands.” Half of his career wins have come by knockout and he can definitely finish a fight at any moment. Speed, power, precision — it’s all there for Eblen when boxing. Our prediction is that Eblen wins this one and via knockout, in case you can find the KO method of victory prop.

Johnny Eblen to beat Jon Salter
1.33
Sports Interaction

How To Bet On Bellator 276?

There’s really no better place to bet on Bellator 276 — or other MMA cards for that matter — than one of the betting sites listed underneath. These bookies carry a bevy of sports bets for each fight card so you’re never missing out on a potential payday, no matter if the bout is on the undercard or headlining. Click around the table below to make your Bellator 276 picks before Saturday's bell time!