UFC 248 Betting Odds Preview

UFC 248 Betting Odds Preview

After a seemingly disappointing UFC 247, the next event, UFC 248, is expected to deliver bigger and better fights. For those who want to delve deep into the action and have a bit of fun betting on the fights, we have here a list of Bitcoin betting odds for all undercard and main UFC 248 fight cards.

Israel Adesanya (-236) vs Yoel Romero (+196)

This highly anticipated fight features undefeated Adesanya with 18 wins and the consistent Romero with a 13-4 record. The latter is coming off two losses and only one win against Luke Rockhold since 2016. Meanwhile, Adesanya is coming from a win against UFC star Anderson Silva and Robert Whittaker. This puts the challenger at a tough spot. But Romero promises toe-to-toe action that can potentially give him a shot at the gold at age 42.

Zhang Weili (-160) vs Joanna Jędrzejczyk (+137)

Opening the title bout for the night is Zhang with a 20-1 record coming up against former strawweight champion Jędrzejczyk with a 16-3 record. Jędrzejczyk lost her belt to Thug Rose and tried to take on the flyweight division but failed to beat Valentina Schevchenko. Now, she ventures again to a lower weight division to challenge Zhang, who is having a stellar 20-fight streak. Jędrzejczyk updated her fighting style, but still produces plenty of power despite facing hand injuries in the past. Concurrently, Zhang is on top of her game after dominating Jessica Andrade in just 42 seconds after the bell rang in her last fight.

Derek Brunson (+190) vs Edmen Shahbazyan (-227)

The seasoned fighter, Brunson, faces undefeated Shahbazyan. The latter is an assassin after successfully finishing all but one fight and even knocked out Brad Tavares with a deadly first-round head kick at UFC 244. In the meantime, Brunson poses a threat to any fighter. This fight can kickstart another shot at the belt for the middleweight.

Neil Magny (+150) vs Li Jingliang (-176)

Coming off a temporary suspension, Magny wants to regain confidence and face in the organization after testing positive for a banned substance. The American is going up against Jingliang, who currently sits on a 17-5 record and a three-fight win streak, giving him the UFC 248 betting odds edge. This might prove to be a tough mountain to climb for Magny as his opponent is a well-known heavy hitter.

Sean O’ Malley (-275) vs José Alberto Quiñónez (+225)

Originally a fight for UFC 247, O’Malley is now back on track following a nearly 2-year setback due to issues with the USADA and the Nevada Athletic Commission. Meanwhile, Quiñónez is on a roll after winning five of his last six matchups. This is another must-watch fight as everyone loves a potential comeback.