The stretch of former champions in a UFC Fight Night main event continues for the third straight card. This time it is former featherweight king Jose Aldo continuing his quest for another bantamweight title shot as he takes on Rob Font.
UFC Fight Night: Font vs Aldo takes place on December 4 at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, with the prelims beginning at 7 p.m. ET. In the main event Font vs Aldo odds, the former champion, Aldo, is the betting underdog.
Aldo is finally finding his groove in his new weight. After dropping his first two bouts at bantamweight, including a championship fight with Petr Yan, he’s won his last two outings.
Meanwhile, Font appears to be peaking having come off a few injuries. He’s been more active over the past 12 months with this being his third fight, and a win here may land him in a title fight.
Font vs Aldo Odds
Online sportsbook Sportsbook has released the Font vs Aldo betting odds with Rob listed as the -150 favorite and Jose the +120 underdog. This means that if you lay $150 on Font, you could profit $100, while a $100 winning bet on Aldo would net you $120.
Furthermore, we can translate the Font vs Aldo odds into an implied win probability with our sports betting calculator. There we can see Font’s -150 betting line represents an implied win probability of 60.00 percent and Aldo’s odds translate to an implied win probability of 45.45 percent.
If you want to roll the dice on the biggest underdog in the UFC Fight Night: Font vs Aldo odds, you will be placing a bet on Chris Curtis, who is a +270 underdog to Brendan Allen (-360). Conversely, the fight with the closest odds sees Claudio Puelles as the -115 chalk vs Chris Gruetzemacher (-105).
Font vs Aldo Betting Odds & Fight Card
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Rob Font vs Jose Aldo Odds & Prediction
This main event features two men within the top five in the bantamweight rankings. Former featherweight champion Jose Aldo (+120) has won his last two fights and has his eyes set on another bantamweight title fight after losing in July 2020 to Petr Yan. Meanwhile, Rob Font (-150) is on his longest winning streak in the UFC and is coming off a statement win over former champion Cody Garbrandt.
Prediction: Jose Aldo (+120) via decision
Brad Riddell vs Rafael Fiziev Odds & Prediction
A lengthy winning streak will come to an end when these two ranked lightweights collide. Brad “Quake” Riddell (+105) has won his last seven bouts, including his first four appearances in the UFC. Rafael “Ataman” Fiziev (-125) lost his UFC debut in 2019 but has won four in a row since.
Leonardo Santos (-200) had his 13-fight winning streak snapped by a last-second knockout in March. Looking to slap another loss on Santos’ record is veteran Clay “The Carpenter” Guida (+160), who is looking to finish 2021 with a 2-1 record.
Prediction: Clay Guida (+160) via decision
Jimmy Crute vs Jamahal Hill Odds & Prediction
Two top light heavyweight prospects coming off losses will collide with aspirations of climbing the rankings. Jimmy “The Brute” Crute (-170) suffered a leg injury resulting in his loss to Anthony Smith in April, while Jamahal “Sweet Dreams” Hill (+140) had an arm injury from an armbar leading to a TKO in June.
Prediction: Jimmy Crute (-170) via submission
Brendan Allen vs Chris Curtis Odds & Prediction
Chris “The Action Man” Curtis (+270) made good in his UFC debut in November, cashing as a +250 underdog, and once again faces plus-money odds in the Sportsbook fight of the main card. Looking to avoid the underdog win is Brendan “All In” Allen (-360), who looks to pick up his third win of 2021.