UFC Stockholm DraftKings Plays: Daily Fantasy Knockout

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Anthony Smith UFC Moncton Weigh-In Credit: Jay Anderson/Cageside Press

It may have lost a key fight after Ilir Latifi was forced from the card due to injury, but there’s still lots of action at UFC Stockholm this weekend.

After a brief one-week hiatus, the Ultimate Fighting Championship returns this weekend (Saturday, June 1, 2019) for a solid Fight Night card. The main card features several intriguing matchups in the light heavyweight division, including two recent title challengers in the headlining bout. Longtime contender Alexander Gustafsson will look to reassert his place as the second-best 205-pounder in the world when he battles Anthony Smith. Volkan Oezdmir will try to get back on track after a contentious loss to top prospect Dominick Reyes when he locks horns with Ilir Latifi (scratch that, as Latifi is off the card). And Jimi Manuwa will attempt to slow the ascent of another rising prospect when he squares off with Aleksandar Rakic.

If you are looking for strategy tips and strong fantasy plays in your UFC Stockholm DraftKings MMA lineups for this Saturday, look no further than my Daily Fantasy Knockout premium breakdown. The article includes fight-by-fight previews, picks, odds, and DraftKings fantasy plays. See who to target and who to fade in your daily fantasy lineups. And as an added bonus, I’ve started dabbling in straight betting, and my plays are included at the end of the article. There is also a sample tournament lineup with a short synopsis of how I constructed it.

To see the kind of content you’ll be getting, see this week’s Daily Fantasy Knockout podcast above and find below the link to my UFC Rochester DraftKings breakdown from two weeks ago. Be sure to click the link below to get my latest daily fantasy content for UFC Stockholm!

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Daily Fantasy Knockout – $5

*This product will be emailed to your PayPal address as soon as it is finalized (to see late line movement to give the best possible analysis and after the weigh-ins), usually Friday evening or Saturday morning.

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