UFC Betting: Vieira vs Tate Odds Preview
Two women looking to get back into the contender conversation meet up in the Octagon this weekend at UFC Fight Night: Vieira vs Tate.
The main event this weekend is a women’s bantamweight bout featuring Ketlen Vieira and Miesha Tate. At Bovada Sportsbook, Vieira is a -120 favorite and Tate an even-money underdog.
Vieira has lost two of her last three fights to drop her record to 11-2 with two wins by knockout and four by submission. She last fought at UFC Fight Night 185 in February when she lost to Yana Kunitskaya by unanimous decision as a -300 favorite.
Tate is also 1-2 in her last three fights and owns an overall record of 19-7 with four wins by KO and seven by submission. She last fought at UFC on ESPN 26 in July, defeating Marion Reneau by third-round TKO as a -200 favorite.
Undefeated Brady favored to win 15th straight vs Chiesa
Also on the main card this weekend is a welterweight bout between Michael Chiesa and Sean Brady. At Bovada, Brady is a -165 favorite and Chiesa a +135 underdog.
Brady is undefeated in his MMA career at 14-0 with three wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought at UFC 259 in March and submitted Jake Matthews in the third round as a -225 favorite.
Chiesa is 4-1 in his last five fights and owns an overall record of 18-5 with no wins by KO and 11 by submission. He last fought in August at UFC 265 where he lost to Vicente Luque by first-round submission as a -115 favorite.
Submission specialists square off in bantamweight bout
One other notable fight on the main card this weekend is a bantamweight bout featuring Rani Yahya and Kyung Ho Kang. At Bovada, Kang is a slim -115 favorite and Yahya a -105 underdog.
Kang is 6-1 in his last seven fights, bumping his overall record up to 18-8 and one no contest, with two wins by KO and 11 by submission. Due to multiple fight cancellations, Kang hasn’t fought in nearly two years. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 165 in December 2019, besting Liu Pingyuan by split decision as a -260 favorite.
Yahya is 27-10-1 and one no contest with no wins by KO and 21 wins by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 187 in March and defeated Ray Rodriguez by second-round submission as a -260 favorite.