UFC Betting Odds and Picks for June 19 Fight Night

UFC Betting Odds and Picks for June 19 Fight Night

Check out our picks for all the matchups taking place during the next UFC fight night on June 19.

Here's one of the worst-kept secrets in sports: UFC fans and betting enthusiasts tend to get caught up in major events. Right now, everyone is looking ahead to UFC 263 and UFC 264 and the pivotal matchups that await. We don't blame them! But there are always a bunch of intriguing head-to-heads set up on undercard-only events, so we've decided to drop our UFC betting odds and picks for June 19 fight night.

This upcoming slate may include some names you haven't heard before. That's the point! These are UFC fighters on the come-up—developing and soon-to-be contenders who may soon find themselves headlining the massive arena events that have become a trademark of this sport.

Let's take a look at the latest UFC fight odds for the June 19 card, with the lines coming courtesy of BetOnline:

Jung Chan Sung-111-109Dan Ige
Serghei Spivac-235+200Aleksei Oleinik
Tim Means-200+170Danny Roberts
Marlon Vera-300+240Davey Grant
Virna Jandiroba-145+125Kanako Murata
Choi Seung Woo-130+110Julian Erosa
Josh Parisian-150+130Roque Martinez

Please note these UFC odds are accurate as of June 7, so you'll want to double-check them before deciding on any wagers. We also recommend perusing the top UFC betting apps to see which specials you're able to capitalize on in advance of these matchups.

June 19 UFC Fight Night Betting Breakdown

Though Jung Chan Sung vs. Dan Ige is the marquee showdown for UFC fight night, we want to get our predictions in for every single matchup on the docket. With seven different battles to cover, we're going to be dropping picks in fast and furious fashion, so get ready!

Jung Chan Sung (-111) vs. Dan Ige (-109)

If you don't know it already, be prepared to remember Jung Chan Sung's name. He was on the main event track prior to his previous loss to Brian Ortega.

Sung's strike defense can leave much to be desired, but he's landing 4.15 significant punches per minute with adequate accuracy. Dan Ige is liked by a lot of people versus The Korean Zombie, but we don't see his takedown defense or strike defense holding up.

OSB Prediction: Jung Chan Sung (-111)

Jung Chan Sung To beat Dan Ige

Serghei Spivac (-235) vs. Aleksei Oleinik (+200)

Working off two consecutive losses, UFC journeyman Aleksei Oleinik, who has more than 70 matches under his belt, will look to get back on the winning track against Serghei Spivac. We don't like his chances.

Spivac is a whiz at evading opponent combinations and will not be afraid to try getting Oleinik onto the mat. Both of those strengths work against Oleinik's most potent weaknesses. We don't expect this to be close.

aleksei oleinik odds

OSB Prediction: Serghei Spivac (-235)

Serghei Spivac To beat Aleksei Oleinik

Tim Means (-200) vs. Danny Roberts (+170)

Speed and accuracy render Tim Means one of UFC's most interesting under-the-radar names.

He is landing 5.16 significant strikes per minute at a clip of almost 50 percent. In his last matchup, versus Mike Perry, he connected on 128 strikes...in just three rounds..and more than doubled up the number landed by Perry (64).

Danny Roberts will pose a greater challenge. He is rock solid at swatting away rival combinations. But his offensive speed doesn't compare to Means' furious pace.

OSB Prediction: Tim Means (-200)

Tim Means To beat Danny Roberts

Marlon Vera (-300) vs. Davey Grant (+240)

It is interesting that Davey Grant is a relatively heavy underdog here. He is working off two consecutive victories in which he knocked out his opponent.

Granted, Marlon Vera has better, more under-control fundamentals. But we don't like how his offensive conservatism matches up with Grant's relentless approach. We're calling for an upset.

OSB Prediction: Davey Grant (+240)

Davey Grant To beat Marlon Vera

Virna Jandiroba (-145) vs. Kanako Murata (+125)

Virna Jandiroba is a slight favorite here, most likely because she blends a combination of power and pace. Kanako Murata, on the other hand, is more about using her strength and force to throw her opponents around.

If Kanako fought a little faster, we'd be inclined to lean towards her. But Jandiroba's methodical style wins us over.

kanako murata odds

OSB Prediction: Virna Jandiroba (-145)

Virna Jandiroba To beat Kanako Murata

Choi Seung Woo (-130) vs. Julian Erosa (+110)

Do the oddsmakers know something we don't here? Because, on paper, Julian Erosa is a terrible matchup for Choi Seung Woo.

Few fighters blend Erosa's frenetic offensive approach with the ability to end the show in one swing. His past two victories have come by knockout or submission, and he's currently landing 5.07 significant strikes per minute. 

Go with the slight upset.

OSB Prediction: Julian Erosa (+110)

Julian Erosa To beat Choi Seung Woo

Josh Parisian (-150) vs. Roque Martinez (+130)

Roque Martinez stock has been floundering over his past two fights, both of which were losses. He is not landing a good percentage of his strikes. Nor is he even attempting them with great frequency. He is waiting for opponents to make errors in judgment while also playing bad takedown defense. 

That's a rough combination—one Josh Parisian should feast on.

Parisian is landing more than seven significant strikes per minute and can win slogs that turn into wrestling matches if he needs to. Some will be concerned about his previous loss to Parker Porter. We're not.

OSB Prediction: Josh Parisian (-150)

Josh Parisian To beat Roque Martinez

Check out this list of the top online sportsbooks so you can decide which one to use for all your UFC betting odds moving forward: