This Saturday, June 22, 2015, the UFC travels to Hollywood, Fla. for UFC Fight Night 70, where former UFC light-heavyweight champion and No. 4 middleweight Lyoto Machida takes on Olympic silver medalist and No. 6 middleweight Yoel Romero in the main event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. This will be the promotions fourth and final event in June of this year.

This card has been riddled with trouble thanks to visa issues, but saw a massive upgrade in main event with title implications, which makes it all the more compelling. But also at play are a pair of TUF: Brazil alumni who will seek to take down much more American fighters. The rest of the card is filled with promotional new comers and unheralded fighters, but the main card offers plenty of action for even the most timid of sports betting fan.

Lyoto Machida (22-6, UFC: 14-6), -167 vs. Yoel Romero (9-1, UFC: 5-0), +153

Machida comes in as a significant favorite, and will look to use his footwork and distance to set up his kicks and counter punches. While Romero has heavy hands and may look to press the action coming forward, he is probably aware that will play right into Machida’s game plan, and given that The Dragon has had difficulty with clinch work and fighting off his back in the past, expect Romero to switch things up and use his world class wrestling to try and stifle the Brazilian. When it’s this close to call, you make the bet that wins the most money.

Play: Romero to win

Santiago Ponzinibbio (20-2, UFC: 2-1), +186 vs. Lorenz Larkin (15-4(1), UFC: 2-4, Strikeforce: 4-0(1)), -214

Would be finalist Santiago Ponzinibbio will try and make it three straight against the Strikeforce and UFC veteran than is Lorenz Larkin. While Larkin is a step up in competition for Ponzinibbio, he is a fighter on his way out of the sport and is serving the role of stepping stone for young talent. While Larkin did look good in his debut fight at welterweight, it was against a John Howard who is an equally desperate situation to keep his job. The odds are only reflective of the lack of recognizable fighters each has faced, making this one an easy call to put your money on.

Play: Ponzinibbio by TKO

Antônio “Cara de Sapato” Carlos Júnior (4-1, UFC: 1-1), -205 vs. Eddie Gordon (7-3, UFC: 1-2), +180

This is the one fight where the odds not only reflect the likely outcome, but are also the smart bet. Cara de Sapato will be fighting in his third weight class in the UFC in just as many fights. After winning his season of TUF: Brazil  as a heavyweight, he dropped to 205-lbs only to see his first loss at the hands Pat Cummins. He has since put in the work to make his way all the way down to middleweight, where he will face fellow TUF winner Eddie Gordon. Gordon looked great in his debut to capture the six-figure contract, but was less than stellar in the house on his way to the finale. He has since dropped his last two, and is a perfect example of why TUF talent and UFC talent are two different breeds.

Play: Carlos Júnior to win

Odds provided by SportBet via BestFightOdds.com