UFC on ESPN 10 Betting Preview
The UFC’s busy week continues on Saturday night as they throw down in Jacksonville for the third time in eight days at UFC on ESPN 10: Overeem vs Harris.
The main event is a heavyweight bout between Alistair Overeem and Walt Harris. At Bovada Sportsbook, Harris is a -170 favorite and Overeem a +140 underdog.
Harris is undefeated in his last four fights, and his overall record stands at 13-7 and one no contest, with all 13 wins by KO. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 4 in July when he defeated Aleksei Oleinik by first-round KO as a -175 favorite.
Overeem is 2-3 in his last five fights, which has dropped his overall record to 45-18 and one no contest, with 23 wins by KO and 17 by submission. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 7 in December, losing to Jairzinho Rozenstruik by fifth-round KO as a -300 favorite.
Gadelha favored over Hill in strawweight bout
Also on the main card Saturday night is a women’s strawweight bout between Claudia Gadelha and Angela Hill. At Bovada, Gadelha is a -190 favorite and Hill a +155 underdog.
Gadelha is 2-2 in her last four fights. Overall she is 17-4 with two wins by KO and seven by submission. She last fought at UFC 239 in July, defeating Randa Markos by unanimous decision as a -250 favorite.
Hill has won her last three fights to up her record to 12-7 with five wins by KO. She last fought in February at UFC Fight Night 168 where she defeated Loma Lookboonmee by unanimous decision as a -205 favorite.
Ige the underdog despite five straight wins
Finishing off our look at UFC on ESPN 10 is a featherweight bout between Dan Ige and Edson Barboza. At Bovada, Barboza is a -135 favorite and Ige a +105 underdog.
Barboza is a disappointing 1-4 in his last five fights. That has dropped his overall record to 20-8 with 12 wins by KO. He last fought at UFC 242 in September when he lost to Paul Felder by split decision as a -250 favorite.
Ige has won his last five fights, which has boosted his overall record to 12-7 with five wins by KO. His last fight was at UFC 247 in February where he topped Mirsad Bektic by split decision as a -125 favorite.