Jared Gordon fights Jim Miller at a UFC Fight Night event on June 3 in a battle of two lightweight war-horses.
The card, highlighted by a flyweight bout between Kai Kara-France and Amir Albazi, takes place at the Apex in Las Vegas, where prelims begin at 6 p.m. ET and the main card starts at 10 p.m. ET.
Gordon is the -175 betting favorite.
UFC Fight Night: Gordon vs Miller Betting Odds
Odds as of May 29
According to our odds calculator, Gordon's -175 odds equate to a 63.64% implied probability of winning. Miller's +150 status gives him a 41.67% implied likelihood.
How To Watch UFC Fight Night: Kara-France vs Albazi
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UFC Fight Night: Kara-France vs Albazi Full Card & Betting Odds
Here's Saturday's lineup at the Apex.
Odds as of June 1
Jared Gordon vs Jim Miller Tale Of The Tape
|Fighter||Jared Gordon||Jim Miller|
|Record||19-6 (7-5 UFC)||35-17 (24-16 UFC)|
|Avg. Fight Time||11:29||9:50|
|Sig. Strikes Per Minute||5.32||2.85|
|Sig. Strikes Absorbed Per Minute||3.28||3.08|
|Takedowns Per 15 Minutes||2.01||1.56|
Gordon vs Miller Preview: Who Will Win?
Is this a Fight Of The Year candidate? Heck, no. But maybe it's a profitable bout.
How Gordon Wins
Gordon is a stubborn, confident dude. That attitude has carried him to the UFC, but it has also bitten him on multiple occasions. If we comb through the archives, Charles Oliveira fought Gordon at UFC on ESPN 22 and knocked the American out cold.
Miller has a three-inch reach advantage over the shorter Gordon, meaning "Flash" must be aggressive to work his way in tight. Overall, Gordon is way springier and throws with more force than Miller. I won't guarantee a knockout, but the numbers certainly favor Gordon.
How Miller Wins
Miller, the UFC's all-time fights leader (41), is surprisingly good at staying conscious in the Octagon. Even as the 39-year-old winds down his career, he's only suffered five UFC stoppage losses.
So, he's got a hard head? Is that it? Sort of, I guess. Miller is savvy but he's not a terribly accurate striker, landing significant strikes at a 41% clip. He wins by using Gordon's pressure against him and timing up combos to introduce a shred of madness into this gritty fight.
gordon vs Miller Pick
I'm backing Gordon — he's tangled with more serious competition lately (Paddy Pimblett, Bobby Green) and should have more speed and power.