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UFC on ABC 2 main card betting tips & odds – Saturday, April 10

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UFC Fight Night: Vettori vs Holland

Latest Odds & Fight Info

Main Event odds Vettori -340 at Bovada | Holland +265 at Bovada
When Saturday, April 10 – main card from 12pm PST
Where UFC APEX – Las Vegas, Nevada
Watch Live ABC (US), BT Sport (UK), ESPN (AU), UFC Fight Pass,

Marvin Vettori was originally scheduled to take on Darren Till in the main event of this UFC Fight Night card before Till was forced to withdraw due to a broken collarbone. Kevin Holland steps in on short notice to replace him in the UFC on ABC 2 main event on what should be an exciting night of MMA fighting this Saturday in Las Vegas.

Middleweight: Marvin Vettori (-340) vs Kevin Holland (+265)

Marvin Vettori (16-4-1) lost a close fight to Israel Adesanya by split decision back in April of 2018. Since then, Vettori is a perfect 4-0 in the middleweight division, most recently defeating Jack Hermansson in what was the Fight of the Night last December. The Italian is a rising star at just 27 years old and is hoping to earn himself a title shot with another win this weekend.

Kevin Holland (21-6-0) had a five-fight winning streak snapped last month in a disappointing effort against Derek Brunson. When Darren Till pulled out of this fight, Holland was quick to jump on Twitter and challenge Vettori. The 28-year-old American will be fighting on Saturday just 21 days after going five rounds with Brunson.

Holland is three inches taller than Vettori and has a seven-inch reach advantage. This could lead to some success in the early rounds, but Vettori’s aggression and strength will be tough for Holland to keep at bay for five rounds. This could be a better fight than the latest UFC betting odds indicate, but Vettori should come out on top.

Marvin Vettori by points decision


Featherweight: Sodiq Yusuff (-127) vs Arnold Allen (+107)

This featherweight matchup between Sodiq Yusuff (11-1-0) and Arnold Allen (16-1-0) is a clear Fight of the Night contender on paper. Yusuff has won six straight fights and is 4-0 in the UFC, while Allen has won nine straight fights and is 7-0 in the UFC. These two 27-year-olds both appear to have bright futures with the promotion, and the winner of this fight should be in line to face a top-10 featherweight next. This should be a great fight between two very capable strikers; Yusuff has a bit more knockout power, but Allen’s strong chin and underdog odds make him the pick at this price.

Arnold Allen by points decision


Middleweight: Aliaskhab Khizriev (-125) vs Kyle Daukaus (+105)

Aliaskhab Khizriev (13-0-0) will make his UFC debut after compiling 13 straight wins as a professional. He’ll face Kyle Daukaus (10-1-0), who was also undefeated entering the UFC before losing his debut to Brendan Allen. Daukaus bounced back with a win over Dustin Stoltzfus and is now hoping to spoil Khizriev’s promotional debut. Khizriev looks like the real deal with four of his last five wins coming by first round stoppage, and we like his chances to get the job done in this one.

Aliaskhab Khizriev by KO/TKO


Middleweight: Julian Marquez (-200) vs Sam Alvey (+170)

Julian Marquez (8-2-0) returned from a 31-month layoff in style with the Performance of the Night at UFC 258 in February when he submitted Maki Pitolo with an anaconda choke. Sam Alvey (33-10-1) hasn’t won since June 1, 2018 and is 0-4-1 over his last five fights. This seems like a pretty clear stepping stone for Marquez.

Julian Marquez by KO/TKO


Women’s Strawweight: Nina Ansaroff (-140) vs Mackenzie Dern (+120)

Nina Ansaroff (10-6-0) had a four-fight winning streak snapped in her last fight against Tatiana Suarez back at UFC 238 in June of 2019. Mackenzie Dern (10-1-0) earned a submission win over Virna Jandiroba at UFC 256 to extend her current winning streak to three. Dern’s fights are always tough to handicap as the jiu-jitsu expert is such an elite submission specialist but so raw in the other aspects of her game. Ansaroff is good enough to pick Dern apart for a decision win if she can keep this fight off of the mat, but after a 22-month layoff it wouldn’t be surprising at all to see Dern catch her off guard with one well-timed submission move to put this away.

Mackenzie Dern by submission


Welterweight: Daniel Rodriguez (-157) vs Mike Perry (+137)

Daniel Rodriguez (13-2-0) had a nine-fight winning streak snapped in a loss to Nicolas Dalby at UFC 255. Rodriguez will have a golden opportunity to get back into the win column against Mike Perry (14-7-0), who is 3-6 over his last nine fights. Perry’s power and strong chin always give him a puncher’s chance, but Rodriguez should come out on top if he can avoid any big mistakes.

Daniel Rodriguez by points decision

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