UFC 304 Odds & Expert Pick

UFC 304 Heats Up: Edwards vs. Muhammad 2 Rematch – Place Your Bets with Online UFC Betting!

The Octagon is set for another fiery encounter as the highly anticipated rematch between Leon Edwards and Belal Muhammad headlines UFC 304!

This welterweight clash promises explosive action, and savvy fight fans won’t want to miss the opportunity to add an extra layer of excitement with online UFC betting.

 

Early look at UFC 304: Edwards vs. Muhammad 2 | MyBookie MMA Betting Preview for Main Fight Card

UFC 304: Edwards vs. Muhammad 2
Saturday, July 27, 2024 – 10 PM ET main card start | ESPN+ PPV
Co-op Live Arena | Manchester, England

 

Betting UFC 304: Edwards vs. Muhammad 2

UFC 304 is on the horizon with the company bringing the show to Manchester for the first time since UFC 204 in 2016.

This card will be stacked with the UK’s greatest fighting talents and the card will surely deliver in front of a rowdy crowd.

Let’s take an early look at what to expect from the main event welterweight title fight, and other key fights on the card.

 

The Main Event

UFC 304 will have a rematch in the welterweight division headlining the massive card.

Leon Edwards looks to defend his world title again, this time versus a battle-tested contender in Belal Muhammad. 

These two met in the UFC octagon back in 2021 where the fight abruptly ended due to an accidental eye poke by Edwards, causing damage to the eye of Muhammad.

This unfortunate outcome caused a lot of bad blood between these two elite welterweights.

With that no-contest on the books, UFC 304 will host the rematch, this time on the sport’s biggest stage.

Who will come out on top?

This will be a great matchup between an all-around world-class martial artist in Edwards going up against an elite wrestler like Muhammad.

Will the wrestling of the challenger be enough to take the welterweight throne? 


 

Co-Main Event

The co-main event at UFC 304 is arguably even more exciting than the main.

The interim UFC heavyweight title will be defended by England’s own, Tom Aspinall, in another rematch on the card.

Curtis Blaydes will look to steal the interim crown on Aspinall’s home soil. 

This will be a great matchup between the modern heavyweight style of Aspinall, using his speed and size in all areas of MMA, and the great wrestling of Blaydes. 


 

Other Notable Fighters on the Card

Some other great matchups on the card include:

Bobby Green vs. Paddy Pimblett in the lightweight division, Manel Kape vs. Muhammad Mokaev in the flyweight division, Arnold Allen vs. Giga Chikadze in the featherweight division, and Daniel Pineda vs. Nathaniel Wood in the featherweight division. 

Each of these fights will make for a spectacle for the UK fans and force those at home to scoot up to the edge of their seats in anticipation of an electric finish. 


 

What to Expect

Sports bettors at home can expect very competitive fights.

The biggest betting favorite on the main card is Arnold Allen at only -275 over the +235 Giga Chikadze.

Those odds are so far apart only because Chikadze hasn’t been active recently, but he could potentially be even better than he was a few years ago as a title contender. 

Both the co-main and main events are very closely matched and have value on both sides of the cage.

Remember, the UK crowd might be a huge advantage for fighters from that area. 


 

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UFC 200 Odds & Expert Pick for Cormier vs. Jones
 

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The star-studded UFC 200 card in Las Vegas on Saturday, the biggest night of MMA fighting in history, was supposed to be headlined by a rematch between Conor McGregor, arguably the biggest star in the sport, against Nate Diaz.  However, McGregor decided he didn’t want to help promote the fight so the bout was taken off the card and eventually moved to UFC 202. Now, the main event bout features former pound-for-pound champion Jon Jones taking on Daniel Cormier in a light-heavyweight unification bout. Jones is a -305 favorite on Mybookie.ag betting lines with Cormier at +245. The over/under is 4.5 rounds, with the over a -145 favorite.

UFC 200 Odds & Expert Pick for Cormier vs. Jones

Jones (22-1), a 28-year-old American, returned from a 15-month layoff at UFC 197 in April. He defeated Ovince Saint Preux via unanimous decision in an interim 205-pound title fight. Jones looked tentative in his comeback but was nevertheless dominant. All three judges scored it a sweep for Jones: 50-44, 50-45 and 50-45. Even Jones, who picked up his 13th consecutive win in the contest, said he was disappointed with how it went.

“I was watching, imagining, anticipating techniques — knowing when techniques would have landed, but just not going for it,” Jones said. “Physically, I felt amazing. Mentally, I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’m sucking. This isn’t good.'”

Originally, Jones was supposed to fight for the official title in a rematch against Cormier, but Cormier suffered a leg injury and was forced to pull out of the event on April 1. Saint Preux agreed to fill in on three weeks’ notice. It was Jones’ first appearance since January 2015, when he defeated Cormier by decision to record his eighth consecutive title defense. Three months later, Jones was arrested in Albuquerque on a felony hit-and-run charge and stripped of his UFC title.

Cormier (17-1) is a 37-year-old American. He last fought against Alexander Gustafsson in October at UFC 192 and won by split decision in his first title defense. Judges Kerry Hatley and Sal D’Amato scored the fight for Cormier, 49-46 and 48-47, respectively. Judge Derek Clearly saw it for Gustafsson, 48-47. It was easily the toughest win of Cormier’s professional career. He was knocked down by a Gustafsson knee and left hook in the third round and suffered a deep cut under his right eye. The pace alone was incredibly taxing. Cormier threw 364 total strikes and landed 219. Gustafsson landed 130 of an attempted 26.

In college, Cormier was one of the best wrestlers in the country, but he competed in the same weight class as the legendary Cael Sanderson — who went 159-0 at Iowa State with four championships — so he never won an NCAA title. In the Olympics, Cormier finished fourth in 2004.

Cormier says his legacy is on the line in this rematch with Jones. Cormier has solidified his spot as the best 205-pounder in Jones’ absence, but that absence has always loomed over his championship claims.

“I haven’t experienced that shining moment,” Cormier said. “When [UFC president] Dana White straps that title belt around your waist, that’s huge. But to be truly recognized as the best in the world at something? I can’t say that I’ve felt that because Jon beat me in our first fight. This is life or death for me and I’m OK with that.”

Expert Prediction

This will be the first time since 2013 that Jones fights more than once in a year, but he’s younger, has a much bigger reach — with an 84-inch reach, Jones can chew opponents up from the outside — and already took care of business once against Cormier. Lean Jones on betting lines and this will go to decision.

 
 
 
 

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