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UFC Fight Night 110 Odds: Lewis vs. Hunt - Full Preview

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UFC Fight Night 110 Odds: Derrick Lewis (-135) vs. Mark Hunt (+105)

UFC Fight Night 110 Odds UFC Fight Night 110 - Lewis vs. Hunt takes place on Saturday, June 10, 2017, at the Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand. The main card will air on FS1 after the UFC Fight Pass prelims. Heavyweight contenders Derrick Lewis and Mark Hunt will clash in the main event.

The two best heavyweight fat guys will clash on June 10. That’s right: the surging Derrick Lewis and always-dangerous Mark Hunt are going to have a go. And given how hard these dudes hit, it’d be surprising to see one of them make it to the final bell.

Lewis vs. Hunt serves as the main event for UFC Fight Night 110, which takes place in Hunt’s home country of New Zealand. While the card has yet to be finalized, it’s already shaping up to be a solid night of action, with plenty of ranked fighters slated to compete.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the night’s notable scraps. As always, you’ll be able to bet on any scrap with the UFC fight odds at BookMaker.eu.

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Main Event: Derrick Lewis vs. Mark Hunt

Somehow, the portly, rather unskilled Derrick Lewis has won six straight fights - with his last win coming against a well-regarded Travis Browne. “The Black Beast” might not fight pretty, but the outspoken fighter is undoubtedly tough and fights with a ton of heart. Plus, his ridicules KO power lets him get away with a lot.

Hunt is a former K-1 kick boxer and one of the best strikers in the division. Watching him pit his technique against Lewis’ sheer savagery is going to be a lot of fun.

Middleweights: Derek Brunson (-280) vs. Daniel Kelly (+225)

Seriously, how good is Daniel Kelly? The former Olympic judoka keeps pulling off massive upsets, and just took a split decision win over former light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans. Is it possible that the 39-year old Aussie who looks more like a soccer dad than a fighter is a legit top-10 guy?

He could prove it against Derek Brunson, who is ranked No. 8 at middleweight. Brunson, unlike Kelly’s past opponents, is a talented vet in his prime. But Kelly has been making a habit of winning when he shouldn’t be.

Flyweights: Tim Elliot (-225) vs. Ben Nguyen (+175)

Nguyen gets to bang in his adopted country of Australia, but he’s facing a massive obstacle against a guy who hasn’t lost to anyone but the champ recently. Let’s hope he can at least put on a good show for his fans.

Also on the card

Flyweights: John Moraga (-170) vs. Ahkan Mokhtarian (+140)

Lightweights: Dan Hooker (-160) vs. Ross Pearson (+130)

UFC Fight Night 110 - Dan Hooker vs. Ross Pearson Predictions

Dan Hooker takes on Ross Pearson at UFC Fight Night 110 in New Zealand which takes place on Sunday, June 11th but airs live in the U.S. on Saturday, June 10th because of the time difference. This fight between Hooker and Pearson is one of six on the main card that can be seen on FS1, with the feature bout the one between Derrick Lewis and Mark Hunt. Let’s look at Hooker vs. Pearson and UFC picks. Continue...

Lightweights: Damian Brown vs. Vinc Pichel

Former flyweight title challenger is in a funk, having lost three straight. The 33-year old looks to get right against UFC newcomer Ashkan Mokhtarian, whose six-fight winning streak punched his ticket into the big show.

Australia’s own Damien Brown will test his submission skills against the 9-1 knockout artist Vinc Pichel - a nice little style matchup for the fans.

6’0” featherweight Dan Hooker looks to hand veteran Ross Pearson his fourth straight loss in what projects to be a rollicking back-and-forth matchup.

UFC Fight Night 110 - Damien Brown vs. Vinc Pichel Predictions

Vinc Pichel makes his return to MMA fighting at UFC Fight Night 110 in New Zealand as he takes on Damien Brown. Pichel was last seen at UFC 173 in May of 2014 where he defeated Anthony Njokauni. He comes into this fight with a record of 9-1, including 2-1 in the UFC. Brown is 17-9 and he is also 2-1 in the UFC.

This fight between Brown and Pichel is one of four on the FS1 portion of the preliminary card, leading up to the main event, which features Derrick Lewis vs. Mark Hunt. The event takes place on Sunday, June 11th in New Zealand, but because of the time change, it airs live in the U.S. on Saturday night, June 10th. Let’s look at Brown vs. Pichel and UFC predictions. Continue...

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We’ll post UFC fight odds from BookMaker.eu as soon as they release, along with detailed fight previews and betting picks during fight week. There’s still a good number of fights being targeted for this card, so remember to check back in for updates to the card.

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