Here are some sports betting odds for the Germaine De Randamie versus Holly Holm main event match for the inaugural UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship at UFC 208 on Saturday, February 11th at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York (brought to you by SBG Global offshore online gambling sportsbook):
Germaine De Randamie 4½ (-130) -105
Holly Holm 4½ (+110) -115
If you take a close look at De Randamie’s win-loss record, you’d be bound to think she’s headed for a loss against Holm. In fact, her whole modus operandi seems to be: lose one, win two; lose one, win two; lose one, win two. Lather, rinse, repeat. Most recently, the Iron Lady lost to Amanda Nunes and then beat Larissa Pacheco and Anna Elmrose back-to-back. Nonetheless, at least Belgian mixed martial artist Cindy Dandois thinks “(De Randamie)’s gonna knock her out even. I think fourth or fifth round she’s gonna knock her out,” as she told the Heel Hook Show. Undoubtedly other people would also put their offshore online gambling money on the Dutch. Bleacher Report also predicts that the Iron Lady will defeat Holm by unanimous decision. De Randamie went undefeated in her kickboxing career, but her fighting style is not limited to that; she’s also proficient in muay thai. De Randamie is #10 in official UFC women’s bantamweight rankings. Of course, this will be a featherweight bout, but the Duct fighter does have a bit of experience in that division as well.
On the bottom of the sports betting odds bracket we have former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm, who is not without supporters. One of whom is Amanda Nunes. The current UFC Women’s Bantamweight champion would like to move up to the featherweight division and challenge the UFC winner 208 winner for the belt. And since Nunes has already beaten De Randamie, Holm would be the logical choice. Holm also made the move from 135 lbs to 145 lbs after losing the bantamweight title to Miesha Tate and then losing her next – and up to now last – match in that division to Valentina Shevchenko. The Preacher’s Daughter is comfortable in her new weight class. “It has been less stressful,” Holm told KRQE.com. “Sometimes when you think of your food you think of how you need to eat or how you need to structure it in order to be at a certain weight by the countdown. I always want to be at a certain weight at a certain time.” Holm doesn’t rule out a bout with Nunes in the future, either. “If it’s something that (Nunes) wants you know, I am not against it,” Holm explained. Nor would offshore online gambling be against that. Holm made history by becoming the first athlete – man or woman – to win boxing and MMA world titles, and could add another accolade to her already impressive track record. Others, however, like Julianna Pena, think Holm is the Buster Douglas of MMA. Who’s Buster Douglas? Exactly. We’ll see how it all plays out, form the sports betting odds to the aftermath of the fight.