A contentious and highly anticipated welterweight fight will be the main event for this week’s UFC Fight Night card when former interim champion Colby Covington and former champion Tyron Woodley finally settle their differences.
This will be the final card at the UFC Apex Performance Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday, September 19, before the promotion returns to Yas Island, aka Fight Island. We have a full preview and the betting odds for UFC Fight Night: Covington vs Woodley.
Covington is returning to the Octagon for the first time since his fifth-round knockout loss to Kamaru Usman last December. With a win over Woodley, “Chaos” may hop into another title fight soon.
Meanwhile, Woodley is walking to the cage on a two-fight losing streak for the first time in his career. The former champ hasn’t scored a victory in over two years but he looks to shut up his former training partner and return to the championship conversation.
Online sportsbook Bovada has released the UFC Fight Night: Covington vs Woodley betting odds and has listed Covington as the sizable -315 favorite, with Woodley returning as a +245 underdog. This means you would have to wager $315 to profit $100 with a Covington win, while a $100 bet on Woodley would profit you $245. You can find out all of your potential winnings by using our sports betting calculator.
UFC Fight Night: Covington vs Woodley Betting Odds
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Colby Covington vs Tyron Woodley Betting Odds
Covington (-315) is looking to get back in the win column after having his seven-fight winning streak snapped his last time out and hopefully, with a victory, get another crack at the champion, Kamaru Usman. Meanwhile, after losing his title to Usman in March 2019, Woodley (+245) dropped his most recent fight as well to Gilbert Burns and is now on his first career losing streak.
Prediction: Colby Covington (-315) via decision
Donald Cerrone vs Niko Price Betting Odds
It has been a rough go for fan favorite Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone (+110) recently as he enters this fight on a four-fight losing slide to the who’s who of the UFC. Looking to pile another loss on Cowboy’s record is Niko “The Hybrid” Price (-140), who is searching for his first win of 2020 after taking a knockout loss to Vicente Luque in May.
Prediction: Donald Cerrone (+110) via submission
Khamzat Chimaev vs Gerald Meerschaert Betting Odds
The biggest star to come out of Fight Island in July was not new champions Petr Yan or Deiveson Figueiredo, but rather Khamzat “Borz” Chimaev (-450), who posted dominant wins twice in 10 days in two different weight classes. Looking to derail the hype train is Gerald “GM3” Meerschaert (+325), who will be making his 12th walk to the Octagon.
Prediction: Khamzat Chimaev (-450) via submission
Johnny Walker vs Ryan Spann Betting Odds
After suffering a quick, 15-second knockout loss to Karl Roberson in Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2017, Ryan “Superman” Spann (+110) has found another gear, rattling off eight straight wins, including six finishes. Meanwhile, it wasn’t long ago that people were suggesting Johnny Walker (-140) had a chance to dethrone Jon Jones, but back-to-back losses have halted that momentum.
Prediction: Johnny Walker (-140) via knockout
Mackenzie Dern vs Randa Markos Betting Odds
Mackenzie Dern (-175) will look to put together back-to-back wins after suffering her first pro loss in October of last year. As for Randa “Quiet Storm” Markos (+145), she’s still looking to find her footing in MMA, having not had a streak (winning or losing) of more than one since she won three straight to begin her career.
Prediction: Randa Markos (+145) via decision
Kevin Holland vs Darren Stewart Betting Odds
Kevin “Trailblazer” Holland (-275) is coming off back-to-back knockout wins and has won five of his last six, with only a submission loss to Brendan Allen breaking his success. As for Darren “The Dentist” Stewart (+215), he’s looking to find some footing after having two two-fight winnings streaks snapped but he is coming off a victory in his last outing.