UFC Betting: Yan vs Dvalishvili Odds Preview

A bout between bantamweight contenders tops the main card this weekend at UFC Fight Night: Yan vs Dvalishvili.

The main event this weekend is the bantamweight bout featuring former UFC bantamweight champ Petr Yan and Merab Dvalishvili. At Bovada Sportsbook, Yan is a -265 favorite and Dvalishvili a +215 underdog.

Yan has lost his last two fights to drop his record to 16-4 with seven wins by knockout and one by submission. His most recent loss came at UFC 280 in October when he lost to Sean O’Malley by split decision as a -430 favorite.

Dvalishvili is on an eight-fight winning streak that has improved his record to 15-4 with three wins by KO and one by submission. He earned a unanimous-decision victory over Jose Aldo as a -170 favorite in his last outing at UFC 278 in August.

Romanov favored coming off first MMA defeat

Also on the main card this weekend is a heavyweight bout between Alexander Volkov and Alexander Romanov. At Bovada, Romanov is a -155 favorite and Volkov a +135 underdog.

Romanov is coming off his first career MMA loss, which dropped his record to 16-1 with six wins by KO and nine by submission. He was beaten by Marcin Tybura by majority decision as a -400 favorite at UFC 278 in August.

Volkov is 4-2 in his last six fights and owns an overall record of 35-10 with 23 wins by KO and three by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 207 in June, besting Jairzinho Rozenstruik by first-round TKO as a -185 favorite.

One win streak will end in Krylov-Spann bout

One other notable fight on the main card this weekend is a rescheduled catchweight bout between Nikita Krylov and Ryan Spann. They were originally supposed to square off at UFC Fight Night 220 in February but that was postponed after Krylov fell ill. In this weekend’s fight, Krylov is a -170 favorite at Bovada and Spann is a +145 underdog.

Krylov has won his last two fights and his record stands at 29-9 with 12 wins by KO and 15 by submission. He won by unanimous decision over Volkan Oezdemir as a -195 favorite in his last fight at UFC 280 in October.

Spann has also won his last two fights and his record stands at 21-7 with six wins by KO and 12 by submission. He knocked out Dominick Reyes in the first round as a +165 underdog at UFC 281 in November for his most recent victory.