UFC Betting: Ortega vs Korean Zombie Odds
The UFC heads back to Abu Dhabi this weekend as the Flash Forum hosts UFC Fight Night: Ortega vs The Korean Zombie.
The main event this weekend is a featherweight bout between Brian Ortega and the Korean Zombie, Chan Sung Jung. At Bovada Sportsbook, Jung is a -190 favorite and Ortega a +155 underdog.
Jung is 3-1 in his last four fights and boasts an overall record of 16-5 with six wins by knockout and eight by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 165 in December when he defeated Frankie Edgar by first-round TKO as a -240 favorite.
Ortega hasn’t fought in nearly two years due to a knee injury that cancelled his last scheduled bout. He’s 14-1 and one no contest with three wins by KO and seven by submission. Ortega’s last fight was at UFC 231 in December 2018. He took his first career loss that night, losing to Max Holloway by fourth-round TKO as a -125 favorite.
Gane sizable favorite in heavyweight encounter
Also on the main card this weekend is a heavyweight bout between Ciryl Gane and Ante Delija. At Bovada, Gane is a heavy -600 favorite and Delija a +400 underdog.
Gane is undefeated at 6-0 with two wins by KO and three by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 165 in December, defeating Tanner Boser by unanimous decision as a -910 favorite.
Delija will be making his UFC debut with a record of 17-3, including six wins by KO and seven by submission. He last fought at a KSW event in November when he defeated Oli Thompson by second-round TKO.
Underdog Bukauskas puts 7-fight win streak on line
One other interesting fight on the main card this weekend is a light heavyweight bout between Jimmy Crute and Modestas Bukauskas. At Bovada, Crute is a -350 favorite and Bukauskas a +265 underdog.
Crute is 11-1 with four wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought in February at UFC Fight Night 168 where he defeated Michal Oleksiejczuk by first-round submission as a -115 underdog.
Bukauskas has won his last seven fights and his overall record stands at 11-2 with eight wins by KO and two by submission. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 13 in July, besting Andreas Michailidis by first-round TKO as a -150 favorite.