UFC 220 Betting: Miocic vs Ngannou Odds

Two UFC titles will be up for grabs as the UFC heavyweight champion and the UFC light heavyweight champion make title defenses at UFC 220: Miocic vs Ngannou.

The main event this weekend is the UFC heavyweight title bout between reigning champion Stipe Miocic and challenger Francis Ngannou. At Bovada Sportsbook, Ngannou is favored at -185, while Miocic is a +150 underdog to defend his title.

Miocic will be making his third title defense and enters the bout having won five straight fights. That has bumped his lifetime MMA record to 17-2 with 13 wins by knockout. Miocic’s last fight was at UFC 211 in May when he defeated Junior dos Santos by TKO as a -185 favorite.

Ngannou has won nine straight fights and enters the title bout with an 11-1 record with seven wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought at UFC 218 in December and defeated Alistair Overeem by KO as a -260 favorite.

In the light heavyweight title fight, champion Daniel Cormier takes on challenger Volkan Oezdemir. At Bovada Sportsbook, Cormier is a -335 favorite and Oezdemir a +255 underdog.

Cormier is 19-1 and one no contest with six wins by KO and six by submission. He picked up the no contest in his last fight at UFC 214 in November, when he faced Jon Jones and was initially handed a loss by KO. That was overturned to a no contest and his title returned to him after Jones tested positive for a banned substance. Cormier was a +195 underdog in the fight.

Oezdemir is on a five-fight winning streak and owns a record of 15-1 with 11 wins by KO. He earned his title shot in his last fight at UFC 214 in July by stopping Jimi Manuwa by KO as a +140 underdog.

Also on the UFC 220 main card is a featherweight bout between Calvin Kattar and Shane Burgos. Burgos is a -140 favorite and Kattar a +110 underdog.

Burgos is a perfect 10-0 in his MMA career, with four wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought at UFC on Fox 25 in July, defeating Godofredo Pepey by unanimous decision as a huge -825 favorite.

Kattar has won his last nine fights to post a 17-2 record with six wins by KO and three by submission. He last fought at UFC 214 in July when he upset Andre Fili by unanimous decision as a +260 underdog.


 
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