UFC 260: MIOCIC VS NGANNOU 2 BETTING ODDS & QUICK PREVIEW
-Though by a little margin, challenger Ngannou is favorite at -137 ml.
-Miocic’s time as heavyweight champion could soon be over.
An UFC rematch to remember!
The UFC Apex Arena in Nevada is already preparing to host another spectacular evening of top-notch fighters this coming Saturday night. This time around, the main bout will feature returning heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic, and his challenger, none other than Mr. Quick KO, aka Francis Ngannou. The late night event is planned to kick off sometime around 10 pm ET, but we recommend fans tune in to the pay-per-view signal as early as possible that day.
As is tradition, the UFC event will also host a series of multiple fights, including a co-main between welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, and his contender Vicente Luque.
In both main and co-main bout cases, the challengers are regarded by small-margin favorites.
Before we continue with our latest review, let us take a quick look at the latest UFC odds:
UFC 260: Miocic vs Ngannou 2
|March 27th – 10 pm ET||Stipe Miocic||+107||VS||Francis Ngannou||-137||1.5 Over -130|
|March 27th – 10 pm ET||Tyron Woodley||+185||VS||Vicente Luque||-245||2.5 Over -165|
Can Ngannou make up for past failures?
Perhaps, the greatest question for UFC fans, especially for those more akin with the heavyweight category, is whether Ngannou has what it takes this time to fool Miocic and land a few power punches where it matters.
During their last encounter during the UFC 220, Ngannou was unable to use his speedy attack technique to impose the same type of fast-KO win now widely known for; instead, Miocic made use of his vast “wrestling” know-how to wear down his opponent, and was ultimately successful at countering every attack thrown in by his opponent.
And although Ngannou has been able to secure quick wins throughout his latest matches with his super-fast blows (via KO), it remains to be seen if he has learned the sufficient lessons to bypass the evading ways of the more-experienced Miocic. In spite of this obvious hindrance, bookmakers still think that the Ngannou has the slightly better chance at winning the bout, with a -137 money line price ($137 stake will pay you back $100).
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