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UFC 255 Odds and Previews

UFC 255 Odds and Previews

UFC enters their final stage of the year, and what a way to do it! Both men's and women's flyweight titles will be on the line in a stacked card with plenty of talent to enjoy all evening. It's going to be a great night to bet on the UFC. BetPhoenix has the best UFC 255 Odds, prop bets, and bonuses. All you need to do is register now to start placing your bets and receive a bonus on your deposit.

With two champs making title defenses and top contenders all getting inside the octagon to make their mark on PPV, it's time to review what every fight of the main card has in store for us when they close the cage in UFC's Apex at Las Vegas this November 21.

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UFC 255 Odds

Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua (+140) vs. Paul Craig (-170) - Light Heavyweight

The rematch is finally here. Both of these ranked light heavyweights already matched up a year ago, where they ended up having a split draw in the judges' scorecards.

Since then, both fighters had fought once more, and both got a win. While Craig got a first-round triangle choke submission against Gadzhimurad Antigulov to win the 'performance of the night' bonus, Shogun completed his trilogy domination over Minotouro Nogueira in a split decision victory.

With 21 KOs in 27 victories, Rua may be in the twilight of his career, but is powerful and can put you to rest quickly and faster than a hurry if you take him lightly.

Craig is the other way around. With 12 submission victories in his 13 wins, he will look to take Rua down and dominate with his grappling. Both fighters look for a top 10 ranked foe after this fight.

Katlyn Chookagian (+184) vs. Cynthia Calvillo (-234) - Flyweight

Chookagian is back in the octagon just one month after her last bout, a loss via TKO against Jessica Andrade. The 'Blonde Fighter' is 1-1 after her shot at the title and knows that starting a winning streak in PPV is an excellent way to get back into title contention.

Calvillo is 9-1-1 and has been dominant in the UFC, going 7-1-1. With three wins and a majority draw, Calvillo needs a great showing, and defeating a former title contender puts her right in front to challenge the champ next.

Mike Perry (-145) vs. Tim Means (+115) - Welterweight

The always controversial Mike Perry is back inside the cage and wants to make two wins in a row at 170 to enter the rankings. Perry (14-6) is a prolific boxer and has 11 of his wins coming via KO. His ruthless fighting style makes entertaining bouts everywhere, but he's been inconsistent in his last fights, going 2-2 in his previous four.

Means is a polished vet with an MMA record of 30-12-1 (1NC). Also a former boxer, 19 of his wins came by way of chloroform. This fight is going to be a striking madness. Probably one is getting knocked out.

(C) Valentina Shevchenko (-1412) vs. Jennifer Maia (+862) - Flyweight Title Fight

The dominant Valentina Shevchenko will defend her 125 pounds crown for the fourth time in what has been a flawless reign for 'The Bullet.' 

Shevchenko (19-3) has 13 finishes, with six knockouts and seven submissions, it's clear to say she's a killer. The champ looks untouchable right now, and how can she not? She is as complete as any fighter we've seen.

'The Bullet' has a black belt in Taekwondo and Judo. She also has a master of sports in Kickboxing, Boxing, and Muay Thai. Shevchenko has no weakness in her game.

As for Maia, she is a black belt in Muay Thai and Jiu-Jitsu. She can hold her own. She has won three of her last four, including her impressive first-round armbar submission vs. Joanne Calderwood, which made her the contender for this game.

Maia has never faced someone as dynamic as Shevchenko, hence her massive underdog status, but you can't take her lightly, and she should make it a bit interesting in the first few rounds.

(C) Deiveson Figueiredo (-310) vs. Alex Pérez (+240) - Flyweight Title Fight

'The God Of War' is making his first title defense of the 125-pound title, and boy did Figueiredo left a lasting impression in his last two showings.

Almost carbon copies, Figueiredo knocked Joseph Benavidez twice in practically the same way, landing absolute hammers with his straight right hand until Benavidez could take it no more. In the second fight, where he won the strap, he took it to another level, mounting Benavidez and locking a rear-naked choke to become not only the champion but the first fighter ever to submit Benavidez.

Figueiredo is 19-1, finishing 16 of his fights and two of the last three. His power for the flyweight division is devastating. He can finish a fight in any fashion he wants.

For Perez, he is an expert grappler with high-level wrestling and Jiu-Jitsu. If he gets the takedowns going, his ground-and-pound and transitions are very dangerous.

This fight can bring fireworks, Figueiredo is never boring, and Perez has momentum, winning his last three, including his last one vs. Formiga, who is the only one to defeat Figueiredo.

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