UFC 238 DraftKings Plays: Daily Fantasy Knockout

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We’ve got you covered when it comes to DraftKings plays for UFC 238 in Chicago this weekend, which sees the vacant bantamweight title on the line between Henry Cejudo and Marlon Moraes.

The UFC unveils a truly stacked card this Saturday (June 8, 2019) in Chicago, Illinois with UFC 238. In the pay-per-view main event, flyweight king Henry Cejudo moves up to lock horns with the ultra-dangerous Marlon Moraes for the bantamweight strap. In the co-main women’s flyweight champ Valentina Shevchenko looks to make the first defense of her title against Jessica Eye.

Tons of other great fights litter the card as Donald Cerrone welcomes back Tony Ferguson in a dream lightweight matchup. Thrilling bantamweight Petr Yan will try to continue his meteoric rise against Jimmie Rivera, and Aljamain Sterling squares off with Pedro Munhoz with next dibs at the main event winner potentially on the line.

If you are looking for strategy tips and strong fantasy plays in your UFC 238 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 Stockholm DraftKings breakdown from two weeks ago. Be sure to click the link below to get my latest daily fantasy content for UFC 238!

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