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UFC 210 On Deck: Betting Odds Update

UFC 210 Betting Lines

With UFC Fight Night 107 in the rearview mirror, we get a three-week hiatus from the promotion leading up to UFC 210 on April 8. As a pay-per-view card, UFC 210 naturally has some big fights worthy of discussing now. We’ll get into more in-depth previews during fight week, but today let’s check in on available fight odds and start getting hyped on some of these scraps.

Bet on UFC odds

Main Event
Light Heavyweight Championship
Anthony Johnson -102
Daniel Cormier -118
Over/under 1.5 rounds, over -155, under +135

What to Watch For

Any time Anthony Johnson fights, you need to tune in. A knockout is the MMA equivalent of 450-foot dinger, and “Rumble” is the reigning home run king. Most of the time, he can just stalk his opponents until he plants a bomb on their skull, but DC is not most opponents.

In fact, the champ already has a win against Johnson. In their first fight, Cormier took a monster shot, came back and used his grinding style to wear down the knockout artist. Since then, Rumble’s gone back to his old murdering ways, and it’ll be awesome to see if he can punch his way to the belt.

Co-Main Event
Chris Weidman -108
Gegard Mousasi -112
Over/under 2.5 rounds, over -185, under +160

What to Watch For

It wasn’t long ago when Chris Weidman was 13-0 and the new middleweight champ. But two straight losses - both TKOs have brought the “The All-American” to the lowest point of his career. The last one was particularly brutal: Yoel Romero opened his face up with a unholy knee that crushed his title hopes in front of his hometown crowd.

Can he bounce back and remain a top contender in a stacked middleweight division? It’s a tough call, especially against a surging Mousasi. The Dutch-Armenian has been picking dudes apart with surgical precision, and he looks ready for a title shot now.

Will Brooks vs. Charles Oliveira

UFC odds coming soon!

What to Watch For

Oliveira is one of the most talented submission artists in the game, and his standup is finally starting to come around. Though he’s just 1-3 in his past four, the Brazilian is still a top-10 fighter with a blend of athleticism and skills that make him a tough out for anyone.

Brooks is a former Bellator champ who is coming off a disappointing loss to an overweight Alex Oliveira - unfairly killing any credibility he had as the champ from the world’s No. 2 MMA promotion. How he handles a talented guy like Oliveira will say a lot about his prospects in the UFC.

Bet on UFC 210 odds at now!