UFC Betting: Santos vs Walker Odds Preview
A pair of UFC veterans square off in the Octagon this weekend at UFC Fight Night: Santos vs Walker.
The main event this weekend is a light heavyweight bout featuring Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker. At Bovada Sportsbook, Santos is a -165 favorite and Walker a +135 underdog.
Santos has lost his last three fights to drop his record to 21-9 with 15 wins by knockout and one by submission. He last fought at UFC 259 in March when he lost to Aleksandar Rakic by unanimous decision as a +145 underdog.
Walker has lost two of his last three fights and owns an overall record of 18-5 with 15 wins by KO and two by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 178 in September 2020, defeating Ryan Spann by first-round TKO as a -155 favorite.
Holland favored over Daukaus in middleweight match
Also on the main card this weekend is a middleweight bout between Kevin Holland and Kyle Daukaus. At Bovada, Holland is a -155 favorite.
Holland has lost his last two fights, dropping his record to 21-7 with 12 wins by KO and five by submission. He last fought at UFC on ABC 2 in April, losing to Marvin Vettori by unanimous decision as a +245 underdog.
Daukaus has lost two of his last three fights since joining the UFC last year. His overall record stands at 10-2 with eight wins by submission and none by KO. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 24 in May and was beaten by Phil Hawes by unanimous decision as a -150 favorite.
Welterweights Oliveira, Price seek reversal of fortune
One other interesting match on the main card this weekend is a welterweight bout featuring Alex Oliveira and Niko Price. At Bovada, Price is a -165 favorite and Oliveira a +135 underdog.
Price has only won two of his last seven fights and his record stands at 14-5 and two no contests, with 10 wins by KO and three by submission. He last fought in July at UFC 264 where he lost to Michel Pereira by unanimous decision as a +140 underdog.
Oliveira has lost his last two fights and five of his last seven. His record stands at 22-10-1 and two no contests, with 12 wins by KO and five by submission. He last fought at UFC 261 in April, losing to Randy Brown by first-round submission as a +105 underdog.