UFC Betting: Figueiredo vs Perez Odds Preview
A pair of UFC titles will be on the line this weekend at UFC 255: Figueiredo vs Perez.
The main event this weekend is a bout for the UFC flyweight title between UFC flyweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo and challenger Alex Perez. At Bovada Sportsbook, Figueiredo is a -310 favorite and Perez a +240 underdog.
Figueiredo has won four straight fights and his overall record stands at 19-1 with nine wins by knockout and seven by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 172 in July when he defeated Joseph Benevidez by first-round submission as a -250 favorite.
Perez has won three straight fights and 11 of his last 12 to improve his record to 24-5 with five wins by KO and seven by submission. He last fought in June at UFC 250 where he defeated Jussier Formiga by first-round TKO as a -150 favorite.
Chevchenko huge favorite to retain women’s flyweight title
The other title fight on the main card this weekend pits UFC women’s flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko against challenger Jennifer Maia. At Bovada, Shevchenko is a massive -1200 favorite and Maia a +750 underdog.
Shevchenko has won her last five fights and owns a record of 19-3 with six wins by KO and seven by submission. She last fought at UFC 247 in February, besting Katlyn Chookagian by third-round TKO as a -1250 favorite.
Maia is 18-6-1 with four wins by KO and five by submission. She last fought at UFC Fight Night 173 in August, defeating Joanne Calderwood by first-round submission as a +155 underdog.
Perry, Means square off in welterweight battle
One other notable bout on the main card this weekend is a welterweight fight between Mike Perry and Tim Means. At Bovada, Perry is a -150 favorite and Means a +120 underdog.
Perry is 3-5 in his last eight fights and owns an overall record of 14-6 with 11 wins by KO. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 12 in June and topped Mickey Gall by unanimous decision as a -345 favorite.
Means is 4-5 in his last nine fights and sports a record of 30-12-1 and one no contest, with 19 wins by KO and five by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 174 in August, beating Laureano Staropoli by unanimous decision as a +115 underdog.