UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Hunt Odds

A busy month of June for the UFC continues this weekend as the octagon sets up shop in Auckland, New Zealand for UFC Fight Night 110: Lewis vs. Hunt.

The main event is a heavyweight bout between Derrick Lewis and Mark Hunt. Lewis is a slim favorite at -125 at the Bovada Sportsbook while Hunt is the underdog at -105.

Lewis is a knockout machine and heads into this matchup 18-4 and one no contest with 16 wins by KO. He has won his last six fights with five of those wins coming by KO. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 105 in February where he defeated Travis Browne by KO in the second round.

Hun is a native of Auckland fighting on his home turf, and could use the advantage. In his last six fights he’s a disappointing 2-3 and one no contest. His overall record is 12-11-1 and one no contest, with nine wins by KO. His last fight was at UFC 209 in March where he lost to Alistair Overeem after being knocked out in the third round.

In the middleweight division this weekend Derek Brunson takes on Dan Kelly. At the Bovada Sportsbook Brunson is a -270 favorite and Kelly is a +210 underdog.

Brunson will look to turn things around after losing his last two fights. That short slide has dropped his record to 16-5 with eight wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought at UFC 208 in February and lost to Anderson Silva by unanimous decision.

Kelly is on a four-fight winning streak and owns a 13-1 record with three wins by KO and five by submission. His last fight was at UFC 209 in February and he defeated Rashad Evans by split decision.

Also on tap in New Zealand is a lightweight matchup between Dan Hooker and Ross Pearson. Hooker is a -190 favorite and Pearson is a +155 underdog.

Hooker is only 2-3 in his last five fights and his record stands at 13-7 with six wins by KO and six by submission. In his last fight at UFC Fight Night 101 in November he lost to Jason Knight by unanimous decision.

Pearson has lost his last three fights and is only 4-7 in his last 11. He is 19-13 and one no contest with seven wins by KO and five by submission. He faced Stevie Ray at UFC Fight Night 99 in November and lost by split decision.


 
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