UFC Fight Night: Grasso vs. Shevchenko Odds
The UFC women’s flyweight title will be on the line in Las Vegas this weekend at UFC Fight Night: Grasso vs. Shevchenko 2.
The main event this weekend is the UFC women’s flyweight title bout rematch featuring champion Alexa Grasso and Valentina Shevchenko. At the Bovada Sportsbook Shevchenko is a -175 favorite and Grasso is a +145 underdog.
Shevchenko is coming off her first loss since 2017 which dropped her record to 23-4 with eight wins by knockout and seven by submission. Grasso has won her last five fights and owns an overall record of 16-3 with four wins by KO and two by submission.
Grasso and Shevchenko previously fought at UFC 285 in March when Grasso won by fourth-round submission as a +450 underdog to claim the title.
Della Maddalena set as favorite versus Holland
Also on the main card this weekend is a welterweight bout between Kevin Holland and Jack Della Maddalena. Della Maddalena is a -150 favorite and Holland is a +125 underdog.
Della Maddalena has won his last 15 fights and hasn’t lost since 2016. His record stands at 15-2 with 11 wins by KO and two by submission. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 49 in July when he defeated Bassil Hafez by split decision as a -700 favorite.
Holland is 4-2 in his last six fights and owns an overall record of 25-9 and one no-contest, with 14 wins by KO and seven by submission. He last fought at UFC 291 in July when he defeated Michael Chiesa by first-round submission as a -155 favorite.
Mitchell the underdog in a bout against Rosas
One other notable fight on the main card this weekend is a bantamweight bout featuring Raul Rosas Jr. and Terrence Mitchell. Rosas Jr. is a -800 favorite and Mitchell is a +500 underdog.
Rosas Jr. is coming off his first professional loss which dropped his record to 7-1 with one win by KO and five by submission. He last fought at UFC 287 in April when he lost to Christian Rodriguez by unanimous decision as a -280 favorite.
Mitchell is 11-1 in his last 12 fights and owns an overall record of 14-4 with eight wins by KO and six by submission. He last fought at UFC 290 in July when he lost to Cameron Saaiman by first-round TKO as a +400 underdog.