UFC 189 Odds: Conor Mcgregor vs Jose Aldo

UFC 189 Odds: Conor Mcgregor vs Jose Aldo

An Insiders Look At UFC 189

UFC 189 is going to take place on Saturday, July 4, and fight fans will be looking forward to a lot of fireworks inside the octagon, as Jose Aldo is set to defend his featherweight title against challenger Conor McGregor, in one of the most anticipated fights of the year. The fight between Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo was in doubt a week ago, because Aldo suffered a rib fracture during training, but further tests show that it was in fact a bone bruise, which put the fight back on.

Aldo vs McGregor is a highly anticipated fight, because both fighters are the best in their division, and also undefeated in their UFC careers. McGregor has been making a name for himself due to his outlandish behavior, but he has backed up all his trash talk in the octagon. The biggest knock on him is that he hasn’t fought any big names yet, but this will be the biggest test of his career.

Jose Aldo has been the UFC featherweight champion since 2010, and he has faced some of the top contenders in the division during his reign as champion. Even though he didn’t end up breaking a rib, he is still going to be affected by the bone bruise, which might slow him down during this fight.

The fight between Conor McGregor vs Jose Aldo is intriguing because of the fighting styles of both fighters. Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo both have black belts in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and both fighters also like to stand up and strike, which makes for a very interesting fight. Aldo is the more experienced fighter, and arguably the better striker, based on his results against better competition. He will likely try to see just how good McGregor’s striking skills are, and if he doesn’t feel he can stand up with him, he will take the fight to the ground. Jose Aldo is he is 25-1, with 14 knockouts, and he will be trying to win his 19th consecutive fight.

McGregor is very confident in his striking skills, because he is 17-2, with 15 knockouts. Despite the impressive knockout record, he will need to be at his best in order to defeat Aldo, who hasn’t been knocked out in his career. He also has to be on the lookout for submission attempts from Aldo, who will be well aware that McGregor’s losses came via submission. 

McGregor sounded confident about being able to defeat Aldo on Saturday, and even said Aldo was just keeping the championship belt warm for him. He better be able to back up all the talk, because he is facing a very tough opponent, who would love nothing more than to knock him out.

UFC 189 Odds.

Conor McGregor is the favorite going into the fight, the money line is -150 for him to win, and +120 for Jose Aldo to win.

My Pick.

Conor McGregor is the favorite going into the fight, but I’m still not convinced he is as good as he has been hyped up to be. I think Jose Aldo is still the better fighter, and also the champion, so I’m picking him to win the fight.

 
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