UFC 210 takes place on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at the Keybank Center in Buffalo, New York. The card airs on pay-per-view following the FS1 prelims. LIght heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier (18-1, 6 KOs, 5 SUBs) will defend his title in a rematch with Anthony Johnson (22-5, 16 KOs) in the main event.
The UFC’s most dangerous knockout artist is back in action, with a title in his sights. Of course we’re talking about Anthony Johnson, a man who is making a frightening habit of leaving opponents unconscious. But “Rumble” is facing the only man to have beaten him at 205 pounds, Daniel Cormier. We’ll have to tune in to see if he can change the outcome in the second go-round.
The rest of the card has some intriguing bouts starting with former middleweight champion Chris Weidman in a high stakes matchup with the surging Gegard Mousasi. Let’s take a closer look at some of the night’s more notable fights - with current UFC odds from BookMaker.eu. Keep checking back here as more UFC odds get added to the sportsbook.
Anthony Johnson (-102) vs. Daniel Cormier (-118)
Do you believe in Rumble’s concussive power, or DC’s elite wrestling skills? Cormier’s grinding approach prevailed last time, but the guy is near 40 and can’t stay on top for that much longer. Meanwhile, Johnson has crushed three straight opponents since losing their first encounter - with two ending early in the first. Of course, any light heavyweight title bout discussion has to include Jon Jones. With the lineal champion on track to return this summer, the winner of this matchup will likely be the first to welcome the GOAT back to the octagon.
UFC 210 Johnson vs. Cormier Prediction
Daniel Cormier feels like he knows how to break Anthony Johnson’s will. Anthony Johnson feels like he can break Cormier’s face. That’s this Saturday’s light heavyweight title rematch broken down into a nutshell. But while the breakdown of the fight is relatively simple to summarize, picking a winner is much more difficult. Continue...
Chris Weidman (-108) vs. Gegard Mousasi (-112)
Though former 185-pound champion Weidman is still considered a top contender, he’s in serious danger of getting pushed out of the mix by Mousasi. A loss for “The All-American” would be his third straight - so he’ll be fighting with his back against the wall against a lethal technical striker. Can Weidman overwhelm Mousasi with his wrestling? Or will descend into a total freefall out of the elite ranks? Gegard looks ready to become an official contender, and a win would set up a likely title eliminator.
UFC 210 Odds - Chris Weidman vs. Gegard Mousasi Prediction
In May 2015, Chris Weidman was a middleweight champion with a 13-0 record. After two straight TKO losses, this Saturday he’s fighting to stay relevant in the crowded 185-pound title picture. His opponent, Gegard Mousasi, will look to vault the former champion in line and earn his fifth straight win.
With Mousasi’s recent surge coinciding with Weidman’s slide, this co-main event clash is a pivotal career fight for both men. It’s also an extremely tough matchup to make a prediction for, but let’s take a look at the UFC fight odds at BookMaker.eu and surmise a smart betting pick. Continue...
Will Brooks vs. Charles Oliveira
Brooks is coming off a tough loss to Alex Oliveira - who failed to make weight and walked into the cage as the noticeably bigger man. It doesn’t get much easier against Charles Oliveira, a BJJ specialist who is finding his groove as a striker. If Brooks can’t pull of the win, the former Bellator champion is at risk of becoming an afterthought in the UFC for a while.
UFC 210 - Will Brooks vs. Charles Oliveira Prediction
Will Brooks is favored against Charles Oliveira at UFC 210 on Saturday night. Brooks is 19-2 in his career including 1-1 in the UFC, while Oliveira is 21-7 and has dropped three of his last four. This bout is one of five fights on the main pay-per-view card that features Daniel Cormier taking on Anthony Johnson. Let’s look at the fight between Brooks and Oliveira and UFC picks. Continue...
Patrick Cummins vs. Jan Blachowicz
Former barista Patrick Cummins is also trying to stave off irrelevancy, as he’s lost three of his past four. The same goes for his opponent, Jan Blachowicz, who is also just 1-3 since April 2015. Both men are gritty fighters, setting up a likely dogfight, but Cummins does have a wrestling advantage.
Shane Burgos vs. Charles Rosa
There will always be intrigue surrounding undefeated fighters, and Shane Burgos is no different. The 25-year old is 8-0 as pro, and the featherweight will look to build on a successful UFC debut against submissions specialist Charles Rosa.
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