UFC isn’t messing around with its first Fight Island card.
UFC 251 features three title fights this Saturday night in Abu Dhabi, including a monster headliner between Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal.
Usman is the current welterweight champion and hasn’t lost since his second fight back in 2013. Overall, he’s won 16 of his 17 career UFC bouts.
On the other side, Masvidal (35-13) enters having won his past three matches, including a third-round TKO in his last fight against Nate Diaz. He is UFC’s No. 3-ranked welterweight contender.
Usman is currently a -280 favorite over Masvidal at William Hill for UFC 251. However, one New Jersey bettor has already put down a $1,400 wager on the underdog at +240 for a total potential payout of $4,760.
In the co-main event, Alexander Volkanovski (21-1) and Max Holloway (21-5) will engage in a rematch on Saturday night for the featherweight title. Volkanovski earned his title as champion after defeating Holloway via unanimous decision in Dec. 2019.
Volkanovski is -230 chalk at William Hill to keep his title, while Holloway is priced at +195. Additionally, over 4.5 rounds is favored at -215 while the under is listed at +185.
Petr Yan vs. Jose Aldo is the bantamweight title showdown, as the current champion spot is vacant for that weight class. Yan is a -240 favorite over Aldo, who is +200.
Check out William Hill’s odds for the 13 fights on the UFC 251 card below, which are all available to bet in Nevada, New Jersey and Iowa.
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