Yorgan de Castro. +165. Odds as of May 8 at Bovada. Originally scheduled for UFC on ESPN 8 in Columbus, Ohio, on March 28, Greg “The Prince of War” Hardy (-205) will take on Yorgan “The Mad Titan” De Castro (+165) at UFC 249.
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UFC 249 Preview. Ferguson is 36 years old from Oxnard, California, tips the scale at a buck 55, is 5'11" and has a 76.5" reach. His MMA record is 25-3, with 12 wins coming by KO, 5 by decision and 8 by submission. And if you're interested in his nickname, El Cucuy, it translates to...Mexican boogieman.
The outlook for the potential UFC 249 card scheduled for April 18, location TBD, got a lot bleaker on the morning of March 30. The scheduled main event between Khabib “The Eagle” Nurmagomedov and Tony “El Cucuy” Ferguson for the lightweight strap may be without the champion as Nurmagomedov took to social media to let people know he can’t leave Russia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Henry Cejudo defends his title against Dominick Cruz in the co-main event of UFC 249 on May 9. Odds Shark's combat sports expert gives an odds analysis for this fight. The UFC is returning to regularly scheduled cards in a big way with UFC 249 taking place on May 9 in Jacksonville, Florida at the VyStar Vetera
Conor McGregor -160. Eddie Alvarez +140. In the example above, McGregor is the favorite and the betting works like this: Picture $100 sitting in the middle of those two numbers. To bet on McGregor, you have to risk $160 in order to turn a $100 profit. Since he is favored, the bettor must risk more money to bet on him.
Headlining UFC 249 will be the main event that was supposed to be on the marquee for April 18 as Tony “El Cucuy” Ferguson collides with Justin “The Highlight” Gaethje for the interim lightweight championship. Online sportsbook Bovada has listed Ferguson as the -190 favorite with Gaethje coming back at +155. Odds Analysis
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Those latter two headline UFC 249 for the interim lightweight title. Former UFC heavyweight champion Werdum, meanwhile, is a -335 favorite over Oleinik (+255).
Odds courtesy of OddsShark.com. The return of live professional sports in the USA and Canada went off largely without a hitch Saturday night at UFC 249 from VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in ...