210 Looks to Deliver Thrilling Online UFC Betting Action
While we all await the latest developments in the McGregor-Mayweather boxing match, the online UFC betting community can turn its attention to the biggest matchup of 2017. We were all eagerly anticipating the colossal matchup of Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson at UFC 206. But due to Cormier suffering a late injury, the bout was scrapped and scheduled for UFC 210, which just happens to be taken place this upcoming weekend.
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The title match will pit the UFC’s Light Heavyweight division’s current champion, Daniel
Cormier, against Anthony Johnson, one of the most devastating knockout artists in the UFC. Few can bolster the raw power Johnson wields and those who bet on MMA just recently witnessed how devastating Johnson’s punches can be when he knocked Glover Teixeira flat on his back at UFC 202. However, the two have previously met at UFC 187 with Cormier winning via submission in the third round. Let’s see what UFC sportsbooks think about Johnson’s chances this time around.
UFC 210 – Saturday, April 8th, 2017
When: Early Prelims: 6:15 pm ET || Prelims: 8:00 pm ET || Main Card: 10:15 pm ET
Where: KeyBank Center, Buffalo New York
Online UFC Betting Odds:
Early Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Jenel Lausa 2 ½ (-210) +315 vs. Magomed Bibulatov 2 ½ (+175) -380
Katlyn Chookagian TO BE POSTED vs. Irene Aldana TO BE POSTED
Josh Emmett TO BE POSTED vs. Desmond Green TO BE POSTED
Gregor Gillespie TO BE POSTED vs. Andrew Holbrook TO BE POSTED
Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)
Patrick Cummins TO BE POSTED vs. Jan Blachowicz TO BE POSTED
Charles Rosa TO BE POSTED vs. Shane Burgos TO BE POSTED
Kamaru Usman TO BE POSTED vs. Sean Strickland TO BE POSTED
Myles jury TO BE POSTED vs. Mike De La Torre TO BE POSTED
Will Brooks 2 ½ (+110) -260 vs. Charles Oliveira 2 ½ (-130) +220
Thiago Alves 2 ½ (-170) +140 vs. Patrick Cole 2 ½ (+150) -160
Cynthia Calvillo 2 ½ (+165) -240 vs. Pearl Gonzalez 2 ½ (-190) +200
Chris Weidman 2 ½ (+155) +115 vs. Gegard Mousasi 2 ½ (-175) -135
Daniel Cormier 1 ½ (+120) -110 vs. Anthony Johnson 1 ½ (-140) -110
The UFC has been showing a lot of love to New York since they’ve rescinded the MMA ban in early 2016. Interestingly enough, this will mark the first UFC event to be held in Buffalo since UFC 7 way back in 1995.
The online UFC betting odds haven’t favored one fighter over the other in the title match, which reflects just how heated this bout will be. Cormier last stepped into the ring in July of 2016, when he faced off against Anderson Silva. Cormier defeated the UFC legend via decision after 3 rounds.