Arman Tsarukyan (left) is favored in the Tsarukyan vs Gamrot odds

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Odds & Picks: Tsarukyan Favored In Clash Of Rising Stars

Lightweight rivals aiming to crack the top 10 in the UFC rankings clash as Arman Tsarukyan takes on Mateusz Gamrot at UFC Vegas 57.

Prelim action at UFC Fight Night: Tsarukyan vs Gamrot is set to get underway at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, June 25, at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, with the main card scheduled for an early start at 6 p.m.

Currently riding a five-fight win streak that has vaulted him to No. 11 in the UFC lightweight rankings, Tsarukyan also opens the week perched as a betting favorite on the UFC Vegas 57 odds.

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Arman Tsarukyan vs Mateusz Gamrot Notes

Tsarukyan returns to action after picking up back-to-back performance of the night bonuses for his TKO wins over Joel Alvarez and Christos Giagos, and is now set to make his first appearance in a UFC main event.

Gamrot has finished opponents in each of his outings during a three-fight win streak, capped by a second-round TKO victory over Carlos Diego Ferreira at UFC Fight Night 199.

The 31-year-old has also earned performance bonuses in three of his four UFC fights to date and is undefeated in three appearances at the UFC Apex.

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Odds

Online sportsbook Sportsbook has Tsarukyan listed as a -300 favorite on the UFC Fight Night: Tsarukyan vs Gamrot odds, while Gamrot lags as a +220 underdog.

Tsarukyan’s -300 odds translate to an implied win probability of 75.00 percent, while Gamrot’s +205 odds translate to an implied win probability of 31.25 percent.

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Nate Maness has emerged as the biggest underdog on Saturday’s card, pegged as a lengthy +550 bet in his clash with fellow bantamweight Umar Nurmagomedov.

Two fights share the tightest odds as Alan Baudot is pegged as a slim -110 underdog in his date with fellow heavyweight Josh Parisian, who closely lags at -120. Whereas JP Buys is the slight -120 chalk in his flyweight scrap with Cody Durden (-110).

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Betting Odds & Fight Card

Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Betting Lines And Fight Card
  • Main Card
  • Lightweight – Arman Tsarukyan (-300) vs Mateusz Gamrot (+220)
  • Welterweight – Neil Magny (+325) vs Shavkat Rakhmonov (-450)
  • Heavyweight – Josh Parisian (-110) vs Alan Baudot (-120)
  • Lightweight – Thiago Moises (-260) vs Christos Giagos (+200)
  • Bantamweight – Nathan Maness (+550) vs Umar Nurmagomedov (-900)
  • Middleweight – Chris Curtis (-130) vs Rodolfo Vieira (+100)
  • Prelims
  • Light Heavyweight – Carlos Ulberg (+100) vs Tafon Nchukwi (-130)
  • Featherweight – Sha Yilan (+165) vs T.J. Brown (-210)
  • Bantamweight – Raulian Paiva (+120) vs Sergey Morozov (-150)
  • Flyweight – J.P. Buys (-120) vs Cody Durden (-110)
  • Bantamweight – Brian Kelleher (+145) vs Mario Bautista (-175)
  • Women’s Strawweight – Vanessa Demopoulos (+190) vs Jinh Yu Frey (-240)

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UFC Fight Night: Tsarukyan vs Gamrot Broadcast Information
  • Date/Time: Saturday, June 25, 6 p.m. ET
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Arena: UFC Apex
  • Where to Watch: ESPN/ESPN+

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Main Event Odds & Pick

Arman Tsarukyan vs Mateusz Gamrot Odds
Arman Tsarukyan-300
Mateusz Gamrot+220

Winning streaks and a chance to crack the top 10 in the UFC rankings are on the line in Saturday night’s main event. Arman Tsarukyan (-300) is undefeated in five contests since coming up short in his promotional debut three years ago and is now ranked 11th among UFC lightweights.

Mateusz Gamrot (+220) also fell to defeat in his UFC debut but has rebounded with convincing victories in three subsequent contests to climb to No. 12 in the rankings.

Tsarukyan: Need To Knows
  • Little was known about Tsarukyan when he first stepped into the Octagon at UFC Fight Night 149, where he came up short in an epic three-round unanimous-decision loss to Islam Makhachev that earned Fight of the Night honors.
  • The 25-year-old Georgian has been dominant in five outings since, outstriking opponents by a massive 58-8 overall margin in devastating knockout wins over Joel Alvarez and Christos Giagos.
  • Tsarukyan has quickly established himself as one of the lightweight division’s most effective strikers, trailing only Jalin Turner with a striking differential of 2.39. However, he also ranks third among 155-pounders by absorbing 1.36 significant strikes per minute.
  • Overall, the former FEMFP lightweight champion has finished opponents in 12 of his 18 career wins, including eight victories inside five minutes. However, he is untested in championship rounds.
  • Tsarukyan’s last three fights were Joel Alvarez (win – TKO punches), Christos Giagos (win – TKO punches) and Matt Frevola (win – unanimous decision).
Gamrot: Need To Knows
  • Like Tsarukyan, Gamrot was humbled in his UFC debut, a split-decision loss to Guram Kutateladze at UFC Fight Island 6 that also marked his first defeat ever as a pro.
  • “Gamer” established himself as a fighter who can win by any method during his rise to both the KSW lightweight and featherweight championships. He has finished opponents in 12 of his 20 career wins (seven knockouts, five submissions).
  • Gamrot began training as a freestyle wrestler at a young age and has been particularly effective on the mat during his brief UFC tenure. He has averaged three takedowns per fight in his four outings and needed just 65 seconds to earn the fastest finish of his career by submitting Jeremy Stephens at UFC Vegas 31.
  • Despite seeing just nine of 22 career fights go the distance, Gamrot regularly saw action in championship rounds during his time as KSW champ.
  • Gamrot’s last three fights were Carlos Diego Ferreira (win – TKO), Jeremy Stephens (win – submission) and Scott Holtzman (win – KO).

Prediction: Mateusz Gamrot (+220); UNDER 4.5 rounds (-105)

Neil Magny vs Shavkat Rakhmonov Odds & Pick

Neil Magny vs Shavkat Rakhmonov Odds
Neil Magny+300
Shavkat Rakhmonov-400

Welterweights command the spotlight in Saturday’s co-main event as veteran Neil Magny (+300) takes on relative newcomer Shavkat Rakhmonov (-400). Magny enters the Octagon for the second time this year and is vying for a fourth straight victory.

Rakhmonov is coming off a crushing first-round KO win over Carlston Harris at UFC Vegas 47 and now looks to extend his unblemished pro MMA record to 16-0.

Magny: Need To Knows
  • A veteran of 28 UFC contests since 2013, Magny has claimed victory in five of his last six outings, with each of those contests getting decided by the judges. Overall, “The Haitian Sensation” has seen 16 of his 26 career fights go the distance, including a UFC-record 12 wins by decision as a welterweight.
  • The 34-year-old has also seen seven of his wins come by KO or TKO, but he has not finished an opponent since tallying a first-round knockout win over Craig White over four years ago. Four of his eight career defeats have also come inside five minutes.
  • Not surprisingly, Magny ranks among the all-time UFC welterweight leaders in several striking categories. He also enjoys a two-inch height advantage and a three-inch reach advantage over Rakhmonov.
  • Magny’s last three fights were Max Griffin (win – split decision), Geoff Neal (win – unanimous decision) and Michael Chiesa (loss – unanimous decision).
Rakhmonov: Need To Knows
  • While Rakhmonov has just three UFC fights under his belt, he brings impressive credentials to the Octagon. The 27-year-old is a former WMMAA Asian and world champion. He is also a former KZMMAF and M-1 welterweight champ.
  • The first Kazakh fighter to sign a contract with the UFC, “Nomad” has demonstrated his versatility during a career-opening 15-0-0 run that features nine wins inside five minutes. That includes eight wins by KO or TKO and seven by submission.
  • Rakhmonov has also kept opposing strikers at bay through his first three UFC fights, absorbing just 25 total significant strikes in those contests.
  • Rakhmonov’s last three fights were Carlston Harris (win – KO), Michael Prazeres (win – submission) and Alex Oliveira (win – submission).

Prediction: Shavkat Rakhmonov (-400); UNDER 2.5 rounds (-140)

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Josh Parisian vs Alan Baudot Odds & Prediction

Josh Parisian vs Alan Baudot Odds
Josh Parisian-110
Alan Baudot-120

Struggling heavyweights seeking to rediscover their winning touch clash as Josh Parisian (-110) tangles with Alan Baudot (-120) in a three-round matchup on Saturday night.

Parisian is coming off his second defeat in three outings, a third-round TKO loss to Don’Tale Mayes last December at UFC Fight Night 199, while Baudot is now winless in three fights after dropping a three-round unanimous decision to Parker Porter in February at UFC Vegas 48.

Parisian: Need To Knows
  • Parisian was awarded a UFC contract on the strength of an impressive first-round KO win over Chad Johnson on Dana White’s Contender Series 30, but he has earned just one win in three UFC contests since.
  • The 28-year-old held multiple titles prior to joining the UFC, including the KOTC, LOC and CLIP heavyweight crowns, and has recorded seven of his 14 career wins by first-round knockout.
  • Parisian has landed an impressive 4.93 significant strikes per minute in UFC action but has struggled to defend, absorbing 4.95 strikes per minute. He has also struggled on the mat, with opponents averaging over seven minutes of control over his past three outings.
  • Parisian’s last three fights were Don’Tale Mayes (loss – TKO), Roque Martinez (win – split decision) and Parker Porter (loss – unanimous decision).
Baudot: Need To Knows
  • Baudot’s UFC debut has fallen well short of expectations. Victory has eluded the former HEAT light heavyweight champion in three trips to the Octagon, capped by a three-round unanimous-decision loss to Parker Porter last time out at UFC Vegas 48 that marked the first fight of his career to go the distance.
  • “The Black Samurai” was outclassed in his UFC debut, falling by TKO to Tom Aspinall just 95 seconds into their date at UFC Fight Island 5.
  • Baudot looked poised to rebound with a fast start against Rodrigo Nascimento last summer at UFC Vegas 31 but quickly ran out of gas on his way to a second-round TKO loss that was later deemed a no contest due to a failed drug test by Nascimento.
  • Baudot also suffered a third-round submission loss to Todd Stoute at TKO 47 just prior to joining the UFC three years ago, but he was later awarded the win by DQ after Stoute tested positive for cannabis.
  • Baudot’s last three fights were Parker Porter (loss – unanimous decision), Rodrigo Nascimento (no contest) and Tom Aspinall (loss – TKO).

Prediction: Josh Parisian (-110); OVER 1.5 rounds (-190)

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