UFC Betting: Felder vs dos Anjos Odds Preview
Two fighters looking to rebound from losses headline UFC Fight Night: Felder vs dos Anjos this weekend, as the UFC returns to its Apex facility in Las Vegas.
The main event is a lightweight fight between Paul Felder and Rafael dos Anjos. At Bovada Sportsbook, dos Anjos is a -190 favorite and Felder a +155 underdog.
Dos Anjos is 1-4 in his last five fights and sports an overall record of 29-13 with five wins by knockout and 10 by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 166 in January when he lost to Michael Chiesa by unanimous decision as a -235 favorite.
Felder is 5-2 in his last seven fights and owns an overall record of 17-5 with 10 wins by KO. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 168 in February, losing to Dan Hooker by split decision as a +120 underdog.
Alhassan favored over Williams in welterweight scrap
Also on the main card this weekend is a welterweight bout between Abdul Razak Alhassan and Khaos Williams. At Bovada, Alhassan is a -235 favorite and Williams a +185 underdog.
Alhassan is 10-2 with all 10 of his wins coming by KO. He last fought in July at UFC on ESPN 13 where he was defeated by Mounir Lazzez by unanimous decision as a -240 favorite.
Williams has won seven straight fights and owns a 10-1 record with five wins by KO. He last fought at UFC 247 in February, upsetting Alex Morono with a first-round KO as a +240 underdog.
Marquez -300 in return from two-year injury layoff
Rounding out our look at this weekend’s main card is a middleweight bout between Julian Marquez and Saparbek Safarov. At Bovada, Marquez is a -300 favorite and Safarov a +230 underdog.
Marquez hasn’t fought since July 2018, when he fell to Alessio Di Chirico by split decision as a -150 favorite at The Ultimate Fighter 27 Finale. The loss snapped a five-fight winning streak and dropped his record to 7-2 with six wins by KO. Marquez suffered a severe arm injury in the fight that sidelined him for more than two years.
Safarov is 1-3 in his last four fights and owns a 9-3 record with six wins by KO and two by submission. He last fought at UFC 248 in March, losing to Rodolfo Vieira by first-round submission as a +340 underdog.