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UFC 200: Main Card Betting Odds and Predictions

UFC 200 is the culmination of International Fight Week and there could not be a bigger way to cap off the festivities. Two UFC titles will be on the line at the T-Mobile Arena on July 9 – not to mention the return of Brock Lesnar.

Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier was originally scheduled to be the main event for UFC 200, but Jones has been removed from the card after USADA informed him of a potential doping violation.

Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt 

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UFC 200 Undercard Betting Preview and Odds

The UFC 200 undercard looks so good that it would put some past pay-per-view events to shame — I’m looking at you UFC 122, 149 and 177. The undercard is overflowing with former title holders, former title contenders, and popular winners of The Ultimate Fighter reality show. Oh yeah, and there’s that Sage Northcutt guy.

Here’s a look at each of the undercard fights and my thoughts on their odds:

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UFC 200: Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt Odds

Unexpected news broke leading into UFC 199 that former UFC Heavyweight Champion and current WWE wrestler Brock Lesnar would make a return to the Octagon at UFC 200 on July 9. It was confirmed that Lesnar would indeed compete at the mega event, and his opponent was named shortly after.

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UFC 200: Daniel Cormier vs Anderson Silva Betting Odds

Anderson Silva will step into the Octagon on less than 72 hours notice to take on Daniel Cormier at UFC 200. Cormier was originally scheduled to defend his UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against Jon Jones at the event, but Jones was pulled from the card after being informed of a potential doping violation.

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UFC 200: Aldo vs Edgar II Betting Odds

The UFC Featherweight division will finally move on when Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar face off for the interim title at UFC 200. Dana White has said that the winner of Aldo vs Edgar II will get a title unification bout with Conor McGregor after he finally makes the excruciating cut down to 145.

Aldo and Edgar, arguably the top two true featherweights in the world, have met once before at UFC 156, a bout that saw ‘Scarface’ win by unanimous decision. Since that fight, Aldo is 3-1, with his 13-second loss to McGregor being his only blemish, while Edgar is a perfect 5-0.

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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 Women’s Bantamweight Championship against Amanda Nunes at UFC 200.

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

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UFC 200: Why Brock Lesnar Beats Mark Hunt

UFC 200 will see the return of one of the biggest draws in the history of MMA, as Brock Lesnar makes his first walk to the Octagon in over four years. Expectations are relatively low for Lesnar in the eyes of many MMA fans, but he has the tools to pick up his first win since 2010.

Can Brock Lesnar beat Mark Hunt? Yes. Will Brock Lesnar beat Mark Hunt? Yes. And here are three reasons why.

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UFC 200: Why Mark Hunt beats Brock Lesnar

UFC 200 got a major boost with the addition of Brock Lesnar who will make his return to the Octagon after a lengthy absence to fight knockout artist Mark Hunt. Lesnar will enter the fight as the underdog, and deservedly so.

I like Hunt to send Lesnar back to the WWE with his third straight loss in the Octagon. Here’s why:

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UFC 200: Why Frankie Edgar Beats Jose Aldo

Two of the best fighters on the planet today square off with the UFC Interim Featherweight title on the line. Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar meet at UFC 200 in a highly anticipated rematch - their first bout saw Aldo win by unanimous decision. 

Though both men can claim to be one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the UFC today, Toms River native Frankie Edgar will be carrying gold by Sunday. If you have any doubt as to why, here are three reasons Edgar defeats Aldo at UFC 200.

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UFC 200: Why Jose Aldo beats Frankie Edgar

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Once looked upon as one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the UFC, Jose Aldo’s stock plummeted after a humiliating 13-second loss to Conor McGregor. The loss, combined with only fighting once in 20 months might lead some to believe that Aldo’s best days are behind him, but still at just 29 years old, I think Aldo will kick off the second act of his career successfully.

Here’s why I think Jose Also defeats Frankie Edgar for the interim featherweight title at UFC 200:

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