UFC 203 is still quite a ways away, but the online wagering odds for the main event pitting heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic versus Alistair Overeem have already come in. Here are the UFC betting odds for the bout to take place September 10th at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio:
UFC betting is always ready to witness a colossal beat down, and if sportsbooks’ odds are any indication of what will happen, you can expect a giant trashing at UFC Fight Night 91. On Wednesday night UFC newcomer Landon Vannata (8-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) will be stepping into the octagon to face one of the world’s most menacing fighters Tony Ferguson (20-3 MMA, 10-1 UFC). Ferguson has an established reputation within the UFC as one of the most fearsome 155-pounders in the world. In fact he was actually poised to square-up against someone of his caliper, Michael Chiesa. However, Chiesa suffered a back injury and will be unable to compete. After the injury the UFC scrambled to find a fighter to fill his absence, and the only fighter to have the ‘cahones’ to take on Ferguson was Vannata.
Fans who will bet on UFC on Fox 20 favor Holly ‘The Preacher’s Daughter’ Holm to beat Valentina ‘The Bullet’ Shevchenko on July 23rd in the main event at the United Center in Chicago. Judging by his offspring, I’m going to go ahead and assume that Mr. Holm is the kind of preacher that Bob Mitchum was in Night of the Hunter. Be that as it may, these are the UFC betting odds for the fight:
Fans who are going to bet on UFC 200 on Saturday, July 9th will bear witness to something of an oddity – other than Brock Lesnar making his grand return, that is. Even though the current UFC Featherweight Champion is Conor McGregor, the landmark event will feature a Featherweight Championship bout involving Jose Aldo versus Frankie Edgar – and unfortunately it will not be a Triple Threat match including the incumbent champ. As a result of the Irishman’s forays outside of his division, the company booked the Aldo vs. Edgar fight for an interim UFC Featherweight Championship, for which the UFC betting odds are as follows:
Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate is the UFC betting favorite to retain her title against Amanda Nunes at UFC 200 on July 9th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. And I personally agree. I mean, what’s not to like? She’s beautiful, dangerous, and is nicknamed ‘Cupcake.’ She’s just like a real-life Powerpuff Girl. Having gotten that out of my system, here are the odds for fans who bet on UFC: