UFC Fight Night 132: Cowboys vs. Edwards UFC Sports Betting Preview
Posted by: Mike Davis
While the World Cup’s tournament continues, UFC sports betting players are focused on the next event coming out of the promotion. That just so happens to be this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 132 betting action, headlined by an enticing Cowboy vs. Edwards matchup. Let’s check on this weekend’s UFC parlay odds to get a good idea of what we can expect.
UFC Fight Night 132: Cowboy vs. Edwards – Friday, June 22nd
When: Main Card: 8 am ET || Prelims: 4:30 am ET
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Kallang, Singapore
TV: UFC Fight Pass
Stream: UFC TV
This will mark he promotion’s 1st event since UFC 225, which saw a questionable Robert Whittaker victory over Yoel Romero. This time around, the UFC is hoping for a less controversial turnout. Considering that the headlining fight of the night will feature Donald Cerrone, there should be no controversy when it’s all said and done. Cowboy is one of the most recognizable faces in the UFC and for good reason. Cerrone is undoubtedly one of the few fighters that will fight anyone at any time. However, this has proven to be a weakness in his previous four fights, as he’s lost 3 out of 4. This time around, Cerrone is hoping for a big night against an up and comer. Considering Darren Till did Cowboy in at UFC Fight Night 118, it wouldn’t be shocking to see the vet go down again.
Main Card & UFC Fight Night 132 Betting Odds
Donald Cerrone is coming off a TKO victory over Yancy Medeiros at UFC Fight Night 126. It was a big night for Cowboy as it allowed him to break a 3-fight losing streak. Notwithstanding that victory, this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 132 betting odds are still siding against the veteran. This isn’t all that surprising, since Leon Edwards is a monster in his own right. Ultimately it’s up to Cowboy to not lose this fight by being better prepared than he has been against youngsters in the past. For example, Cowboy said he didn’t really know Darren Till before fighting him. Considering Till knocked him out cold in the 1st, it’s safe to say Cerrone knows Till know.
Leon Edwards earned his spot on this fight card by racking up a 5-fight win streak with the promotion. With a 7-2 record in the UFC, it’s safe to say that Edwards has been making a name for himself. Included in those 7-wins is his most recent triumph over Peter Sobotta, which was brought by a TKO in the 3rd. That bout marked Edwards second trip to the main card. Seeing as how he is now headlining an event, it’s safe to say the up and comer is hitting his stride. Edwards brings 33 wins into the octagon this weekend. And with 13 of those coming via knockout, most bettors are expecting a head-turning finish this weekend.
Under Card & UFC Fight Night 132 Betting Odds