Mayra Bueno Silva is heavily favored against Lina Lansberg at UFC Fight Night: Andrade vs. Blanchfield on Saturday, February 18 in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event is one of 12 fights on ESPN+. Lansberg is 10-7 in her career, including 4-6 in the UFC, while Silva is 9-2-1 in her career, including 4-2-1 in the UFC. There are a total of 12 fights, all on ESPN+ at UFC Fight Night: Andrade vs. Blanchfield. Let’s look at the bout between Lansberg and Silva and UFC predictions.
UFC Fight Night: Andrade vs. Blanchfield takes place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, February 18 with 12 fights, all on ESPN+.
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Lina Lansberg (10-7, 4-6 UFC)
Lansberg came into the UFC with a record of 6-1 and she has four wins and six losses in the UFC. She defeated Lucie Pudilová by unanimous decision, Gina Mazany by unanimous decision, Tonya Evinger by unanimous decision, and Macy Chiasson by unanimous decision; while losing to Cris Cyborg by TKO, Aspen Ladd by TKO, Yana Kunitskaya by unanimous decision, Sara McMann by unanimous decision, Pannie Kianzad by unanimous decision, and Karol Rosa by majority decision. Lansberg has been a pro since 2012 and she has four wins by TKO/KO and six by decision. She has two first round finishes.
Mayra Bueno Silva (9-2-1, 4-2-1 UFC)
Silva came into the UFC with a record of 5-0 and she has four wins, two losses, and one draw in the UFC. She defeated Gillian Robertson by armbar submission, Mara Romero Borella by armbar submission, Wu Yanan by unanimous decision, and Stephanie Egger by armbar submission; while losing to Maryna Moroz by unanimous decision and Manon Fiorot by unanimous decision, and fighting to a draw against Montana De La Rosa. Silva has been a pro since 2015 and she has one win by TKO/KO and six by submission. She has seven first round finishes.
Strikes landed per minute: Lansberg 2.70 /Silva 4.23
Striking Accuracy: Lansberg 55% /Silva 54%
Strikes absorbed per minute: Lansberg 3.86/Silva 5.01
Defense: Lansberg 44% /Silva 59%
Takedown average: Lansberg 0.56 /Silva 0.00
Takedown Accuracy: Lansberg 27% /Silva 0%
Takedowns defended: Lansberg 48% /Silva 67%
Submission average: Lansberg 0.1 /Silva 1.5
Is there a reason why Lina Lansberg is still fighting in the UFC? She is 40 years old and has definitely seen better times. She has won just four of her last 10 fights overall and is on a three-fight losing streak. Silva has looked good in her young career and she comes into this fight with a 4-2-1 record in the UFC. Silva is listed as a big favorite in this fight, so unless you want to risk more than 4-1, you either take a flyer on Lansberg or you play the rounds or props.
If you are looking to make a case for taking Lansberg at the big price it is going to be difficult. She has lost her last three fights and doesn’t have a win since 2019. Silva has won her last two fights and she has proven to have good skills, especially on the mat. Silva has never been finished in her career and it seems extremely unlikely that Lansberg will be able to get the finish. The last six fights for Lansberg have all gone to a decision.
The rounds option looks to be the best choice in this fight. The rounds are listed at 2.5 with the over at -165. We know that Lansberg is very unlikely to get the finish, and Silva has been very tough. I’ll go over the total in this fight as the UFC best bet. If you want to hedge a little bit in this fight you could also play one of the props and take Silva to win by submission. If the fight doesn’t go to a decision, it seems likely the only other option is for Silva to win by submission.
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