Korean Zombie (left) and Dan Ige (right) meet in the UFC Fight Night: Zombie vs Ige main event and here are the Zombie vs Ige odds.

Korean Zombie vs Dan Ige Odds & Predictions: Fireworks Expected in Main Event

A pair of highly ranked featherweights are ready to collide and make their case for why they should be in the mix for a title fight in the near future. No. 4-ranked Korean Zombie takes on No. 8-ranked Dan Ige in this week’s main event of UFC Fight Night: Zombie vs Ige.

UFC Fight Night: Zombie vs Ige takes place at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Looking at the main event, Korean Zombie vs Ige odds are set with Ige listed as the slight betting favorite.

Zombie looks to bounce back after having his two-fight winning streak snapped in his last outing by Brian Ortega, the man who is fighting for the belt next. A loss here will really hurt Chan Sung Jung’s chances of getting another title shot.

A similar story can be written about Dan Ige, who had a close decision loss to Calvin Kattar. He was only one fight away from getting a title fight, but rebounded with a one-punch knockout in his last outing in March.

Zombie vs Ige Odds

Online sportsbook [Sportsbook not available for your region] has released the Zombie vs Ige odds with Ige coming in at -130 and Jung the +110 underdog. This means that a $130 bet on an Ige win would profit you $100 while a $100 bet on the Korean Zombie would profit you $110.

Our sports betting calculator tells us that the odds of -125 for Ige represent an implied win probability of 56.52 percent while Jung’s odds of +105 have an implied win probability of 47.62 percent.

The largest favorite in the UFC Fight Night: Zombie vs Ige odds comes in the featured prelim fight of the night in the light heavyweight division as Aleksa Camur is a sizable -250 favorite over Nicolae Negumereanu (+200). The tightest betting line comes from the middleweight main card fight between Bruno Silva (-125) and Wellington Turman (+105).

Zombie vs Ige Odds & Fight Card

Zombie vs Ige Odds & Fight Card
  • Main Card
  • Featherweight – Korean Zombie (+110) vs Dan Ige (-130)
  • Heavyweight – Aleksei Oleinik (+200) vs Sergey Spivak (-250)
  • Bantamweight – Marlon Vera (-210) vs Davey Grant (+170)
  • Featherweight – Julian Erosa (+120) vs Choi Seung-Woo (-145)
  • Middleweight – Wellington Turman (+105) vs Bruno Silva (-125)
  • Welterweight – Matt Brown (+160) vs Dhiego Lima (-200)
  • Prelims
  • Light Heavyweight – Aleksa Camur (-250) vs Nicolae Negumereanu (+200)
  • Women’s Strawweight – Kanako Murata (+120) vs Virna Jandiroba (-145)
  • Welterweight – Khaos Williams (-155) vs Matthew Semelsberger (+130)
  • Heavyweight – Josh Parisian (-155) vs Roque Martinez (+130)
  • Lightweight – Joaquim Silva (-140) vs Rick Glenn (+115)
  • Women’s Flyweight – Casey O’Neill (+140) vs Lara Procopio (-170)

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UFC Fight Night: Zombie vs Ige Broadcast Information
  • Date/Time: June 19, 4 p.m. ET
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Arena: UFC Apex
  • Where to Watch: ESPN2, ESPN+

Korean Zombie vs Dan Ige Odds & Prediction

Korean Zombie+110
Dan Ige-130

Prior to his loss to Kattar last July, Ige (-130) had been on a six-fight winning streak and was quickly climbing the featherweight rankings. Meanwhile, the Korean Zombie (+110) has been a staple in the rankings for many years, even when he had a four-year hiatus to complete his mandatory military service.

Zombie: Need to Knows
  • The Korean Zombie opened his UFC career with three straight wins, all finishes, but has gone just 3-3 over his last six. Overall, Jung holds a 16-6 record, including 14 stoppage victories (six knockouts, eight submissions). His losses are split among three knockouts and three decisions.
  • Jung is a relatively patient fighter who constantly stalks forward but waits until he’s within striking range before letting his hands fly. He has crisp combinations and if he lands flush, he can end the night in a hurry.
  • At times, the Zombie can sit and wait to counter too often, which can lead to him absorbing shots and failing to fire back when he’s up against a faster fighter. He averages 4.15 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 4.01.
  • With Jung’s approach of holding his ground, planting his feet and looking to fire back heavily, he can be caught off balance if he’s blitzed or taken to the floor in a quick takedown attempt.
  • Zombie’s last three fights were Renato Moicano (win – knockout), Frankie Edgar (win – knockout) and Brian Ortega (loss – unanimous decision).
Ige: Need to Knows
  • Ige earned his UFC contract with a submission win in Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series but lost his UFC debut six months later. Since then, he has gone 7-1 and now sits at 15-3. Each loss has come by decision while nine of his wins are stoppages (four knockouts, five submissions).
  • You don’t get the nickname “50K,” the cash award for fight bonuses, if you’re putting on boring fights. He is a well-rounded fighter, averaging 3.95 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 3.36. He also averages 1.68 takedowns per 15 minutes.
  • Ige has great conditioning and is nearly as dangerous in the fifth round as he is in the first. Having not been knocked out, he trusts his chin and is not afraid of getting in the pocket and exchanging hands.
  • However, he doesn’t have to get into a phone booth to do damage as he has great leg kicks at distance.
  • Ige’s last three fights were Edson Barboza (win – split decision), Calvin Kattar (loss – unanimous decision) and Gavin Tucker (win – knockout).

Prediction: Dan Ige (-130) via decision

Aleksei Oleinik vs Serghei Spivac Odds & Prediction

Aleksei Oleinik+200
Serghei Spivac-250

Aleksei “The Boa Constrictor” Oleinik (+200) looks to return to the win column as he limps into this contest on a two-fight losing skid. Looking to slap another loss on Oleinik’s record is Serghei “Polar Bear” Spivac (-250), who is trending in the opposite direction with back-to-back victories heading into this bout.

Oleinik: Need to Knows
  • Oleinik is no stranger to unarmed combat with this being his 76th professional MMA fight. The 43-year-old sports a record of 59-15-1 and 54 of his wins are stoppages, including 46 submissions. Nine of his losses have come by knockout.
  • If it’s not clear by the Boa Constrictor’s record, he is primarily a submission specialist, while his striking is rather rudimentary.
  • On the feet, Oleinik typically throws big looping overhand strikes to either land heavily or close the distance so he can get into a grappling exchange. On the floor, he has a tremendous squeeze and can attack submissions in a variety of different ways.
  • Oleinik’s last three fights were Fabricio Werdum (win – split decision), Derrick Lewis (loss – knockout) and Chris Daukaus (loss – knockout).
Spivac: Need to Knows
  • Spivac carried a perfect record into his UFC debut, but took two losses through his first three fights in the promotion. Overall, he sports a 12-2 record with only two fights going the distance. Eleven of his wins have been stoppages, with five knockouts and six submissions.
  • The Polar Bear has good conditioning and is primarily a grappler, averaging 3.70 takedowns per 15 minutes. He has landed at least three takedowns over his three wins in the UFC.
  • He has great stamina and continues to seek takedowns through the fight. When he gets the fight to the floor, he does a great job maintaining top position, wearing his foes down with ground and pound and looking for a stoppage there or to soften them up for a submission.
  • Spivac’s last three fights were Marcin Tybura (loss – decision), Carlos Felipe (win – majority decision) and Jared Vanderaa (win – knockout).

Prediction: Aleksei Oleinik (+200) via submission

Marlon Vera vs Davey Grant Odds & Prediction

Marlon Vera-210
Davey Grant+170

A rematch five years in the making has Marlon “Chito” Vera (-210) taking on “Dangerous” Davey Grant (+170). Grant won the first encounter via unanimous decision and carries a three-fight winning streak into this bout. Meanwhile, Vera is coming off a defeat at the hands of former featherweight champ Jose Aldo.

Vera: Need to Knows
  • Since that loss to Grant in 2016, Vera has gone 9-4 with eight wins by stoppage. On the whole, he is 16-7-1 with all of his defeats coming by the judges’ scorecards while 14 of his wins have been finishes (six knockouts, eight submissions).
  • Chito has long legs and he uses them well at distance, mixing up his kicks from low to the body and to the head. This forces opponents to engage with him and he uses that approach to then shoot for a takedown or let his hands fly upon entry.
  • A big issue with Vera’s striking is that he tends to bite on many feints, Sportsbook areas for his opponents to pick their shots and land heavy. Additionally, he doesn’t do a great job protecting his body while under pressure, often holding a high guard to protect his head.
  • Vera’s last three fights were Song Yadong (loss – unanimous decision), Sean O’Malley (win – knockout) and Jose Aldo (loss – unanimous decision).
Grant: Need to Knows
  • Grant struggled in the early going of his UFC career, dropping three of his first four bouts with the lone win coming against Vera. His record now stands at 13-4 with each of his defeats coming by submission. H has 11 finishes of his own, with three knockouts and eight submissions.
  • Dangerous isn’t overly known for his striking, though he has fairly good kicks and he throws them frequently. At closer range, he predominantly throws his left jab to distract his opponent before following up with a heavier right hand.
  • While striking isn’t Grant’s bread and butter, it’s not bad. But his grappling and submission skills are what make him most dangerous. He averages 2.30 takedowns per 15 minutes and has landed at least one in four of his seven UFC bouts.
  • Grant’s last three fights were Grigory Popov (win – split decision), Martin Day (win – knockout) and Jonathan Martinez (win – knockout).

Prediction: Davey Grant (+170) via decision

Julian Erosa vs Seung-Woo Choi Odds & Prediction

Julian Erosa+120
Seung-Woo Choi-145

A winning streak will come to a close in this featherweight scrap. Julian “Juice J” Erosa (+120) has won his last three fights following a three-fight losing skid heading into 2020. Meanwhile, Seung-Woo “Sting” Choi (-145) lost his first two bouts in the UFC but has rebounded with consecutive wins ahead of this fight.

Erosa: Need to Knows
  • Erosa earned a UFC contract with a win in Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series but dropped three in a row in the promotion, which led to him being cut. He has righted some wrongs to get back on this winning streak.
  • He now holds a 25-8 record with 22 stoppages (11 knockouts, 11 submissions). His losses are split between four knockouts and four decisions.
  • Juicy J wastes no time getting into a firefight, quickly taking the center of the cage and throwing a strike the moment his foe takes a step forward. Furthermore, when chaos ensues, Erosa doesn’t run away from danger but rather lets his hands go – may the best man survive.
  • Erosa’s last three fights were A.J. Bryant (win – submission), Sean Woodson (win – submission) and Nate Landwehr (win – knockout).
Choi: Need to Knows
  • This is a pivotal fight for Choi as he enters the bout 2-2 in the UFC after getting signed with a 7-1 record outside of the promotion. Five of his nine pro wins are stoppages, all by knockout, while his losses include one knockout, one submission and one decision defeat.
  • Takedowns have been a problem for Sting as he has been dragged to the floor 13 times over his four UFC bouts, including a combined 10 in his first losses in the Octagon.
  • Choi doesn’t have great head movement but he’s fairly aggressive, marching his opponents down and letting plenty of strikes go when in range. At times, he can be caught watching his foes and searching for the counter. He’s at his best when he’s going first.
  • Choi’s last three fights were Gavin Tucker (loss – submission), Suman Mokhtarian (win – unanimous decision) and Youssef Zalal (win – unanimous decision).

Prediction: Julian Erosa (+120) via knockout

Wellington Turman vs Bruno Silva Odds & Prediction

Wellington Turman+105
Bruno Silva-125

Set to make his UFC debut is Bruno “Blindado” Silva (-125), who lays a four-fight winning streak on the line. On the other side, Wellington Turman (+105) is on a win-one, lose-one streak over his last four fights on the heels of a knockout loss last August.

Turman: Need to Knows
  • After making his pro MMA debut at 17, this is Turman’s 21st pro fight at the ripe age of just 24. He carries a 16-4 record with one knockout loss and 11 stoppage wins (four knockouts, seven submissions).
  • Wellington is an aggressive fighter on the feet, constantly moving forward and throwing straight combinations. However, he doesn’t look to keep the fight standing for long as he averages 2.63 takedowns per 15 minutes.
  • He’s very strong and with seven submissions on his record, he’s relentless in looking for the finish in that manner. On the feet, he struggles to corner his foes, but if he finds a willing partner to stand in the pocket, he does have power in his strikes.
  • Turman’s last three fights were Karl Roberson (loss – split decision), Markus Perez (win – unanimous decision) and Andrew Sanchez (loss – knockout).
Silva: Need to Knows
  • Silva has fought in many different organizations and when he makes his next walk, the UFC will be on his resume. He sits at 19-6 with 16 knockout wins, while five of his defeats have come by submission. This is his first action in more than 2½ years.
  • Blindado has good kicks and goes on an all-out assault when he recognizes his foes are hurt. He does stand a little flat-footed, putting everything into every shot. His takedown defense has let him down at times in the past and of course most of his losses have come by submission.
  • Silva rarely tosses straight punches, instead throwing heavy hooks looking to put his counterparts away. If he misses his strikes, he can be a little off balance and will carry his momentum into a grappling situation, which could be a dangerous game with Turman.
  • Silva’s last three fights were Gennadiy Kovalev (win – knockout), Alexander Shlemenko (win – knockout) and Artem Frolov (win – knockout).

Prediction: Wellington Turman (+105) via submission

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Matt Brown vs Dhiego Lima Odds & Prediction

Matt Brown+160
Dhiego Lima-200

Two veterans looking to get back in the win column will kick off the main card. Matt “The Immortal” Brown (+160) makes his 28th walk to the Octagon but has lost two in a row. Meanwhile, this is the 11th UFC bout for Dhiego Lima (-200), who had his three-fight winning streak snapped earlier this year.

Brown: Need to Knows
  • A staple in the UFC, Brown made his UFC debut in June 2008. He has gone 15-12 over his long career in the Octagon and holds a 22-18 overall record with 20 stoppage wins and 13 losses by finish.
  • Among Brown’s wins, 14 are knockouts, while 10 of his losses have come by submission. Those stats speak to the style of fighter that The Immortal is – a brawler on the feet but a bit of a fish out of water on the floor.
  • He loves getting in a brawl; he doesn’t have tremendous output but has big power in his hands. He will also mix in some takedowns here and there, averaging 1.56 takedowns per 15 minutes, but striking is his forte.
  • Brown’s last three fights were Ben Saunders (win – knockout), Miguel Baeza (loss – knockout) and Carlos Condit (loss – unanimous decision).
Lima: Need to Knows
  • Lima’s career has been filled with streaks. He was recently mired in a three-fight skid and rebounded with a three-fight winning streak immediately afterward. In his career, he is 15-8 with four knockout and four submission wins while four of his losses have been knockouts.
  • Lima, like his brother Douglas who’s the Bellator welterweight champion, has really good kicks, especially to the legs of his opponents. He sets up the rest of his attacks from those kicks because he only needs a few lands to alter the movements of his foes.
  • He doesn’t throw a ton of punches first, but more so lets his hands fly when he’s under pressure or knows that his opponent is hurt.
  • Lima’s last three fights were Court McGee (win – split decision), Luke Jumeau (win – split decision) and Belal Muhammad (loss – unanimous decision).

Prediction: Dhiego Lima (-200) via decision

UFC Fight Night: Zombie vs Ige Best Bets

Featherweight – Dan Ige-130
Heavyweight – Aleksei Oleinik+200
Bantamweight – Davey Grant +170
Featherweight – Julian Erosa+120
Middleweight – Wellington Turman+105
Welterweight – Dhiego Lima-200
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