Announcing: LOADED Fight Card At UFC 236!

UFC 236!

The card is loaded this weekend with the bone-crunching action of UFC 236. Two interim title fights headline the night, but the UFC odds are ripe for the picking among the main and preliminary card.

UFC 236 Betting Odds & Analysis

Max Holloway (-220) vs. Dustin Poirier (+180)

Analysis: “Max Holloway is moving up a weight class and is shooting to be the latest two-division champ. He gets to knock with the heavy-hitting Dustin Poirier; whoever wins,will be in line to take on the true champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov after he’s back in the Octagon from suspension.

Poirier won the first fight against ‘Blessed’ back in 2012, but Hollaway has learned a thing or two since then and is currently on a 13-fight win streak, cutting down practically the whole 145-pound division.”

Israel Adesanya (-175) vs. Kelvin Gastelum (+155)

Analysis: “Things didn’t pan out For Kelvin Gastelum at UFC 234, and now there’s a big obstacle in the way to becoming the middleweight king by the name of Israel Adesanya. Gastelum has put a couple of big names under his belt, but Michael Bisping and Vitor Belfort weren’t even nearly close to their prime when Gastelum defeated them. However, Gastelum is unusually fast for the weight class and is tough as nails in fights.

Israel Adesanya is hungry to prove himself in the UFC and silence the naysayers by becoming the interim champion. It’s Adesanya’s sixth fight in the UFC, stepping into the Octagon every three months since his February 2018 debut. Adesanya has proved himself as a deadly striker, pummeling his opponents with test strikes that wear them down until he delivers the kill shot.”

Eryk Anders (-190) vs. Khalil Rountree Jr. (+165)

Analysis: “Anders is one of the better UFC fighters in recent history to split his first six fights. He looks like he’s still figuring out his place in the sport, but is yet to fulfill his potential. The same can be said though about Rountree, another great fighter that packs a wallop but who has plenty of holes in his game.

Anders is a solid southpaw who can knock you out with a devastating left hand. However, Anders tends to box in his opponents trying to look for the perfect opportunity, and in doing so wasting time that could cost him the fight.”