UFC 210 Main Event Odds For Saturday’s PPV The UFC 210 is the latest pay-per-view from the world’s biggest MMA promotion and it comes to us this Saturday, April 8th from Buffalo, New York.

The main event sees UFC Light Heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier defend his belt against the challenge of Anthony “Rumble” Johnson. The two men first met in May of 2015 when Cormier won via rear naked choke in the third round. Since then the hard hitting Johnson has gone 3-0, starching all three opponents and netting a total of less than three minutes of ring time.

As for Cormier he is the UFC champion that gets no respect. Hanging over his head is the specter of Jon Jones who many still feel is the best fighter on the planet. Cormier couldn’t beat Jones and then Jones bowed out due to personal issues and Cormeir has been likened to a “default” champion ever since. Cormier is now 38 years old and he will not not be getting Jones any time soon. At this point, he may have all he can handle in Johnson.

Former middlewegiht champion Chris Weidman returns to face off against enigmatic Gegard Mousasi. Mousasi is looking for his fifth win in a row while Weidman is looking to snap a two fight losing streak.

 

UFC 210 Main Event Odds For Saturday’s PPV

Below are the odds and the over/under lines for the main fights on Saturday’s PPV.

UFC 210 – KeyBank Center – Buffalo, New York – PPV

5 rounds Light Heavyweight Championship –
Anthony Johnson -115 o1½ -150
Daniel Cormier -105 u1½ +130

UFC 210 – Middleweight 3 rounds –
Gegard Mousasi -120 o2½ -185
Chris Weidman +100 u2½ +160

UFC 210 – Strawweight 3 rounds –
Pearl Gonzalez +220 o2½ -190
Cynthia Calvillo -260 u2½ +165

Welterweight 3 rounds –
Thiago Alves +140 o2½ -185
Patrick Cote -160 u2½ +160

Lightweight 3 rounds –
Charles Oliveira +225 o2½ -130
Will Brooks -265 u2½ +110

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