UFC 245 Odds, Facts and Previews for Main Fights

      UFC 245 Odds, Facts and Previews for Main Fights

      We were left a little disappointed after UFC 244. All the build-up to the BMF belt between Diaz and Masvidal, then the fight going to a decision over a cut eye to Nate Diaz.

      Fortunately, there is due to be a rematch schedule soon.

      For UFC 245 we’ll be in the T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nevada. The main card is stacked with a range of different types of fighters from numerous weight classes.

      The main scheduled matchup between the All-American Colby Covington and the beast that is Kamaru Usman is sure to go off. We’ll give you all the very best UFC free picks for you to get stuck into before the big day.

      UFC 245 Overview - Saturday, December 14th, 2019

      As we hear more from the fighters at press conferences and weigh-ins leading up to the December event, we start to get an idea of the kind of fights that will unfold on the night.

      The contest between Max Holloway and the Australian Alexander Volkanovski, will be a fiery affair. Holloway is known for his athleticism and range of offensive kicks and punches.

      Amanda Nunes overcame Holly Holm back in the summer to set this fight up against Holland’s Germaine de Randamie.

      We will be reviewing the full UFC Odds for all the fights. There’s a lot to know about the card, so we’ll give some insight on what’s happening at UFC 245.

      UFC 245 - All fights

      The UFC 245 has some excellent fights scheduled. Here’s a breakdown of the main card and undercard.

      Main Card

      • Kamaru Usman (15-1) vs Colby Covington (15-1)
      • Max Holloway (21-4) vs Alexander Volkanovski (20-1)
      • Amanda Numes (18-4) vs Germaine de Randamie (9-3)
      • Marlon Moraes (22-6) vs Jose Aldo (28-5)
      • Petr Yan (13-1) vs Urijah Faber (35-10)


      • Mike Perry (13-5) vs Geoff Neal (12-2)
      • Ketlen Vieira (10-0) vs Irene Aldana (11-5)
      • Matt Brown (21-16) vs Ben Saunders (22-12)

      Kamaru Usman (1.54) vs Colby Covington (2.30)

      The UFC Welterweight title bout between Kamaru Usman (15-1) and Colby Covington (15-1) is here. The long-awaited tussle has finally been scheduled.

      We had our hearts set on the Diaz vs Masvidal fight, but were deflated at the end of it. We feel this time we won’t be disappointed. A huge rivalry between these two, representing a lot of different elements of the sport and society.

      They have both made phenomenal starts to their UFC careers and have both earned the right to fight on this card. Colby will use his stamina and ability to set the pace of the fight, while Usman will use his sharp technique and power.

      UFC betting odds for this one are going to be crazy, so make sure to go through one of our recommended bookmakers.

      Take Karmau Usman to win this one.

      Kamaru Usman
      To beat Colby Covington


      Kamaru Usman to unleash on Colby, Kamaru Usman to win by KO/TKO (6.00)

      Usman’s domineering start to his UFC career must be something that plays on the mind of Colby. He’s 10-0 to date, beating what looked like an unstoppable Tyron Woodley to reign as welterweight champion.

      Both fighters aren’t known for their ability to close out fights, nor are they known as knockout kings. So there is a distinct possibility this one will go all the way.

      Usman came out recently saying, “If he’s tough enough, it might last 24 minutes..” “..I just don’t think he’s that tough.”

      Colby has caused nothing but controversy so far in the UFC. But will that all come crashing down against the big Nigeran at UFC 245?

      Take Usman to end this with a KO/TKO.

      Kamaru Usman
      To KO/TKO Covington


      Max Holloway (1.55) vs Alexander Volkanovski (2.25)

      The first championship fight on the card at UFC 245. Featherweight champion Max Holloway will defend his belt against the Australian contender Alexander Volkanovski.

      Holloway last fought at UFC 240, where he managed to overcome Frankie Edgar by unanimous decision. “Blessed” has won his last 14 featherweight bouts and will be confident of overcoming the contender in this one.

      Volkanovski has made a perfect start to his UFC career and sits at 7-0 outright. He’s recorded some decent wins along the way too, including Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes. He’s on a 17-fight win streak overall in his MMA career.

      We feel Max’s experience and agility will be too much for Volkanovski on the night.

      Max Holloway to win it.

      Max Holloway
      To beat Alexander Volkanovski

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      Marlon Moraes (1.54) vs Jose Aldo (2.30)

      The first of two fights that were added late to the card, the other being a fight between Petr Yan and UFC legend Urijah Faber.

      Jose Aldo has fighting at featherweight for a long time, but this will be his first UFC fight at bantamweight. If he comes out on top in this one, he’ll be in with a title shot at Cejudo.

      However, cutting weight for 33-year old Jose Aldo may be a bit of an ask. We all know the older you get the harder it is to cut, though we don’t doubt he’ll make it. It’s just a question of what that might do to his ability to perform in the octagon.

      Moraes got off to a bad start to his UFC career losing on a split decision to Raphael Assuncao, but bounced back with a number of wins eventually avenging the loss to Assuncao, with a dominating win.

      He is coming into this one off the back of a loss to Henry Cejudo, losing by TKO in the third round.

      Marlon Moraes to defeat the legend who is Jose Aldo.

      Marlon Moraes
      To beat Jose Aldo

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