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MMA Fighter Rankings: Pound-for-Pound

For decades, boxing observers attempted to pin a Best Pound-For-Pound Fighter label on one boxer. Whether it was Tyson in his heyday, Roy Jones in numerous weight classes, or the Pacquiao vs Mayweather debate, fans wanted to pick one fighter as the best. It’s the same for MMA, with even more heated debate as the UFC now dwarfs boxing in popularity.

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UFC 200: Jones vs Cormier Rematch Odds

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It seems that Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier are on a collision course once again. The two will now meet in the main event of UFC 200 after their originally scheduled bout at UFC 197 was cancelled due to Cormier sustaining an injury. 

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UFC: dos Anjos vs Alvarez Betting Odds

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Rafael dos Anjos will aim to defend his UFC Lightweight Championship for a second time when he faces off against former Bellator Lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez on July 7. The two fighters will headline a UFC Fight Pass event; the first time a male championship title fight will be held on their exclusive streaming service.

RDA sees himself open as an overwhelming -400 favorite with Alvarez coming back at +300 per Bovada.

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MMA Fighter Rankings: List By Division

The Mixed Martial Arts fighter rankings are compiled from top talent from all the promotions and are based on recent performances and overall record. Check out the latest MMA odds here at OddsShark, then see the best specials and offers at top sportsbooks like Bovada.

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UFC: 2016 Underdogs vs Favorites Record

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2015 was a historic year for upsets in the UFC. Seven titles changed hands during the year, and no upset was bigger than Holly Holm’s over the once-invincible Ronda Rousey. For the year, underdogs posted a 180-288 record vs favorites, earning the W in 38.5% of fights. Will 2016 once again be a big year for the underdog, or will the favorites simply do what they’re supposed to do?

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UFC 197: Betting Odds and Predictions

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UFC 197 will feature two fights with belts on the line and severely one-sided odds. Jon Jones is a massive favorite in his return to the Octagon when he challenges Ovince Saint Preux for the interim Light Heavyweight Championship. The co-main event sees the seemingly unbeatable Demetrious Johnson defend his flyweight crown against the undefeated Henry Cejudo.

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UFC 200: Diaz vs McGregor II Odds

*Update - McGregor has announced that he is "ready to go for UFC 200" and that he is not retired. Below are our latest odds for the fight.

UFC 200 will feature a massive main event rematch between Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor. It was at UFC 196 that the younger Diaz brother shocked the world and derailed McGregor’s hype train by submitting him in the second round.

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Bet on What's Next For McGregor

The sports world is buzzing with the recent supposed retirement of UFC star Conor McGregor. Following the Irishman’s cryptic tweet proclaiming that he has retired, the UFC pulled him from his upcoming rematch against Nate Diaz with the company saying that McGregor refused to do the media tour to promote the bout.

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UFC 200: Tate vs Nunes Betting Odds

Miesha Tate’s first title defense won’t come against Holly Holm or Ronda Rousey. No, ‘Cupcake’ will defend her newly won UFC Woman’s Bantamweight Championship against Amanda Nunes at UFC 200.

Tate has opened as a -250 favorite against the Brazilian, who is coming back at  +195 according to Bovada.

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UFC 197: Jones vs OSP Betting Odds

We will need to wait to see the hotly anticipated rematch between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, as the current UFC Light Heavyweight champion pulled out of his UFC 197 bout with Jones following a leg injury. Fellow LHW Ovince Saint Preux stepped up and will challenge Jones for the UFC interim light heavyweight belt on short notice in Las Vegas on April 23.

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