UFC Fight Night 176 Betting Odds Preview
The UFC returns this weekend with its first event in Las Vegas in months, as UFC Fight Night 176: Woodley vs Burns is set to take place at its Apex facility.
The main event at UFC Fight Night 176 is a welterweight bout between former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and Gilbert Burns. At Bovada Sportsbook, Woodley is a -190 favorite and Burns a +155 underdog.
Woodley enters the fight 19-4-1 with seven wins by knockout and five by submission. He lost the welterweight title in his last fight at UFC 235 in March 2019, falling to Kamaru Usman by unanimous decision as a -215 favorite. That was Woodley’s first loss since 2014.
Burns has won his last five fights to improve his record to 18-3 with six wins by KO and eight by submission. His last fight was at UFC Fight Night 170 in March when he defeated Demian Maia by first-round TKO as a -190 favorite.
Ivanov, Sakai share same odds in heavyweight tilt
Also on the main card Saturday night is a heavyweight bout between Blagov Ivanov and Augusto Sakai. At Bovada, the oddsmakers see this one as a toss-up with both Ivanov and Sakai listed at -115.
Ivanov is 18-3 and one no contest with six wins by KO and six by submission. He last fought at UFC 244 in November, losing to Derrick Lewis by split decision as a -120 underdog.
Sakai has won his last five fights and owns an overall record of 14-1-1 with 11 wins by KO. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 158 in September when he defeated Marcin Tybura by first-round KO as a -140 favorite.
Underdog Rodriquez has won seven straight bouts
One other notable fight on the main card Saturday night is a welterweight bout between Kevin Holland and Daniel Rodriguez. At Bovada, Holland is a -230 favorite and Rodriguez a +180 underdog.
Holland is 4-1 in his last five fights and his overall record is 17-5 with eight wins by KO and six by submission. He fought earlier this month at UFC on ESPN 8 where he defeated Anthony Hernandez by first-round TKO as a -130 favorite.
Rodriguez has won seven straight fights to improve to 11-1 with six wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 167 in February, defeating Tim Means by second-round submission as a +245 underdog.