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Jessica Eye says she's aware of her critics and it's her goal to silence them. The top-ranked flyweight gets that chance on Saturday when she faces Cynthia Calvillo in the main event of UFC Fight Night: Eye vs. Calvillo in Las Vegas. The 10-bout UFC Fight Night card from the promotion's Apex facility features the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET. Eye told the media this week that she knows there are MMA observers who believe she is unworthy of the top ranking, and others who believe she doesn't deserve a main event
However, she is determined to make a statement on both fronts against Calvillo, who is making her flyweight debut. Eye is looking for a dominant performance to protect her top ranking, while Calvillo will likely crack the flyweight top 10 with a victory. The main event is a pick'em, with William Hill offering a price of -110 (risk $110 to win $100) on both fighters in the latest UFC Fight Night: Eye vs. Calvillo odds. In the co-main event atop the UFC fight card, Marvin Vettori (-200) takes on Karl Roberson (+175) in a battle of middleweight prospects. Before making your UFC Fight Night: Eye vs. Calvillo predictions, make sure you check out what SportsLine MMA analyst Kyle Marley has to say.
Marley won the first-ever "ToutMaster" UFC betting contest sponsored by MMAOddsBreaker and also appears regularly on multiple MMA betting and DFS shows. Over the past 15 months, $100 bettors who have followed Marley's picks are more than $20,000.
The accomplished MMA analyst has been on fire, as he has connected on a whopping nine consecutive main-event winners, which includes a streak of five straight underdogs. His streak includes nailing UFC 250, as favored champion Amanda Nunes made relatively easy work of Felicia Spencer to successfully defend her featherweight title in the main event. In addition to picking up another winner on Nunes, Marley also called a victory for Cody Garbrandt (-145) in his much-anticipated return to the Octagon against Raphael Assuncao (+125) in the co-main event. Anyone who has consistently followed Marley is way up.