Martin Buday vs Jake Collier 4-29-23 UFC Prediction, Analysis and Odds

Martin Buday vs Jake Collier 4/29/23 – On Saturday night at UFC Fight Night 223, Martin Buday will face Jake Collier in a head-to-head contest. Both fighters will look to add another win to their record while the UFC betting lines favor Jake Collier over Martin Buday in this bout. Place your bet on your best fighter and keep up to date on this exciting match.

Martin Buday vs Jake Collier

Date & Time: Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 4:00 PM ET

Location: UFC Apex in Las Vegas, NV


Martin Buday vs Jake Collier 4/29/23 Betting Odds


Moneyline: -105


Moneyline: -115

Martin Buday vs Jake Collier Analysis

Martin “Badys” Buday holds an 11-1-0 career record. At 265 lbs and standing 6’4″, this 31 year old will fight in an orthodox fight style with a wingspan of 77″. On average he connects 4.59 significant strikes per minute during fights. Martin Buday scores 48% of his significant strikes attempted and absorbs 4.88 significant strikes per minute during defense. Buday also manages to defend 55% of the significant strikes directed against him, effectively deflecting most. Martin Buday last entered the Octagon against Lukasz Brzeski and emerged victorious via split decision win in round 3. Brzeski managed to land 124 of 280 of his total strikes during this fight while Buday was only successful with landing 66 out of 188 total strikes thrown. When looking specifically at significant strikes, Brzeski hit on 43% or 118 out of 273, making an impactful statement about who truly had control in this bout. Buday ended up landing 49 of 182 significant strikes that targeted his opponent’s head, landing 35% or 66 of 188 significant strikes. In terms of accuracy, this meant 50 of 169 significant strikes aimed at him were directed toward its target location. Brzeski connected on 98% of his significant strikes from distance, while Buday made 98% throws at a distance.

Jake “The Prototype” Collier stands 6’3″, weighs in at 230 lbs and holds an orthodox fighter career mark of 13-8-0. The 34-year-old has an arm span of 78″. In terms of significant strikes per minute Jake Collier connects on 5.75 significant strikes per minute. Collier hits on 43% of significant strikes he attempts. When it comes to defense, Collier can withstand 4.82 significant strikes per minute. Collier successfully deflects half of all shots fired his way. Jake Collier faced Chris Barnett for one last fight and ultimately came away victorious due to punches to the head from mount position in round 2. Barnett ended up landing 46% of his significant strikes attempted from distance while Collier achieved 54% of the significant strikes he attempted at distance. He ended up landing 52% (51 out of 98) significant strikes were hit during his attempts. Barnett made 54 significant strikes, landing 40 of 85 significant strikes aimed at his head. Additionally, in terms of significant strike accuracy he completed 48 out of 89 significant hits directly targeting him. Speaking in terms of total strikes he attempted, Barnett managed 83 out of 132 while Collier achieved 57 out of 107.

Martin Buday vs Jake Collier Stats

Average Fight Time10:319:53
Height6′ 4″6′ 3″
Weight265 lbs.230 lbs.
Strikes Landed per Min.4.595.75
Striking Accuracy48%43%
Strikes Absorbed per Min.4.884.82
Takedowns Average/15 min.0.000.89
Takedown Accuracy0%35%
Takedown Defense0%67%
Submission Average/15 min.0.00.5

Martin Buday vs Jake Collier Free Pick

Martin Buday is not as effective at grappling as Jake Collier in taking down opponents on average 0.40 times every three rounds, taking 15% of attempts successfully down and defending 15% of them off-balance, while Buday attempts only 25% while blocking 67%. When it comes to going for the sub, Buday tends to go less often for finishes – trying only 0.2 per 15 minutes while Collier attempts about 0.5 finishes per three rounds. Jake Collier has been predicted to win Saturday’s fight by the top UFC betting sites.

Free Pick: Jake Collier -115