UFC 232: Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson

UFC 232 Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson

The UFC travels to Los Angeles on late notice this weekend for an epic end-of-year pay-per-view event.

UFC 232’s main event is a highly anticipated rematch between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson. And although that fight is certain to draw all of the attention in the build-up to the event, we can assure you that the rest of the card is definitely worth your time.

Let’s get into it.

Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson

Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson first threw down all the way back in 2013.

At the time, Gustafsson was an underrated light heavyweight fighter from Sweden who entered the fight as a significant betting underdog and was primarily given no chance against one of the greatest fighters the sport has ever seen.

By the end of their 25-minute war, Gustafsson had gained tremendous levels of respect from audiences worldwide as he pushed Jones to the limit like no one else before him. It was proven that Jones had weaknesses after all and Gustfasson had exposed them for the world to see.

Despite a tight and competitive unanimous decision victory for Jones, fans have been hanging on to the hope of a rematch between these two fighters ever since then.

At UFC 232, it will all be decided.

Best odds for Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson:

The odds have tightened up significantly since the first time, but Jones is still the heavy favorite here at UFC 232.

The first time around, it was Gustafsson’s boxing ability that proved to be the difference maker for him. Landing straight punches to the head and stiff shots to the body, Gustafsson won two of the five rounds. This time, Jones has made an effort to tighten up his boxing defense while also improving his punching ability.

However, we predict that the deciding factor in this fight, once again, is Jones’ leg kicks. With Gustafsson walking forward to land hands on Jones, we’re expecting Jones to connect cleanly with his feared oblique kick that pushes toward the lead knee. If he can land this with the same success he did in the first fight; a depleted Gustafsson will eventually give in when the later rounds come around.

Bet on Jon Jones to win: -285 (Bovada)

Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino vs. Amanda Nunes

Not to be forgotten, the co-main event of UFC 232 is a headline-worthy fight between two of the greatest female mixed martial artists in the history of the sport.

Amanda Nunes, the UFC’s 135-pound champion, will be stepping up to face the reigning featherweight champion (145-pounds), who is better known as Cris Cyborg.

Best odds for Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino vs. Amanda Nunes:

Cyborg hasn’t found a worthy competitor in the UFC – or anywhere else for that matter – in the last couple of years. A powerful and skilled striker, Cyborg has destroyed her opponents with ease. Whether it’s a tactful effort against Holly Holm over five rounds or a destructive beatdown like against Yana Kunitskaya, Cyborg has always found a way to win.

Moreover, Amanda Nunes has been dominating everyone in her path, as well. Rising to fame by smashing Ronda Rousey in less than a minute, Nunes has since defended her title twice more and looks to be almost unbeatable in the bantamweight division.

Still, despite her success against bantamweight fighters such as Valentina Shevchenko and Raquel Pennington, Cris Cyborg is a notable step upward. Nunes’ counter-striking approach might not be best suited to a matchup with Cyborg. Cyborg’s constant forward pressure and heavy hands will test Nunes’ otherwise excellent chin and durability.

We respect her desire to move up and challenge the champion – and she’s definitely the most worthy competitor out there today – but Cyborg is on an entirely different level right now.

Bet on Cris Cyborg win: -241 (Pinnacle)

Carlos Condit vs. Michael Chiesa

Carlos Condit needs to snap a terrible losing streak and will have his chance to do so against former lightweight contender Michael Chiesa this weekend.

Chiesa is coming off two consecutive losses to Anthony Pettis and Kevin Lee and has now decided to move up 15-pounds to the welterweight division. Without the need to dehydrate and cut weight to make the 155-pound category, Chiesa plans on being stronger and more competitive in this new division.

There’s arguably no more significant test for him for his welterweight debut than former title challenger, Carlos Condit. Despite losing all four of his most recent bouts, Condit hasn’t looked entirely out of place. Sure, a quick submission defeat to Demian Maia wasn’t ideal, and neither was being outclassed by Neil Magny. But a tough fight with Robbie Lawler and a near-finish in the first round against “Cowboy” Oliveira suggest that Condit isn’t done just yet. He’s declining, but there’s still some to give.

Best odds for Carlos Condit vs. Michael Chiesa:

Condit excels in a matchup that stays standing. Despite what many fans believe, Chiesa might not be the right guy to test his takedown defense at this stage. We’re expecting a fast and scrappy fight and this should swing the odds in Condit’s favor more than a slow and grinding grappling match.

If Chiesa gets Condit down, his rear-naked choke will probably end up sinking in sooner than later. However, we’re banking on Condit’s ability to stay upright and outpower Chiesa for three rounds at UFC 232.

At these odds, it makes for a great bet.

Bet on Carlos Condit to win: +150 (Bovada)

Ilir Latifi vs. Corey Anderson

Another light heavyweight clash that features on the UFC 232 main card will see Ilir Latifi up against Corey Anderson.

Both fighters are enjoying a decent patch of form and have managed to each string two consecutive wins together.

For Latifi, he’s becoming somewhat of a streak-breaker having just ended Tyson Pedro’s unbeaten career and then managing to snap Ovince Saint Preux’s resurgence.

Anderson has been up against older, proven talent and came away with unanimous decision wins.

Best odds for Ilir Latifi vs. Corey Anderson:

Latifi, a heavy-hitting wrestler, has proven to be too dangerous for most opponents when the fight hits the mat. With incredible strength and size, Latifi is a monster in top position and a difficult man to overcome.

Anderson is relatively well-rounded but has been exploited on the feet, highlighting a low-standard of defense. That’s precisely the area we’re counting on Latifi to expose at UFC 232.

Bet on Ilir Latifi to win: -141 (Pinnacle)

Chad Mendes vs. Alexander Volkanovski

Chad Mendes vs. Alex Volkanovski is a featherweight battle that may have title implications for the winner.

Having torn through the 145-pound division since his arrival, Volkanovski called out Mendes after defeating Darren Elkins and has now got his chance to prove he is worthy of a top rank in the division.

Mendes is a former title challenger who has been inside the UFC’s octagon with some of the best featherweight fighters to ever do it.

Best odds for Chad Mendes vs. Alexander Volkanovski:

Volkanovski is a unique talent inside the UFC’s featherweight division. He brings almost unparalleled levels of strength for this small weight class with him and uses this to dominate his opponents on the mat.

However, it could be an entirely different story against Mendes, who has elite level wrestling. Volkanovski is confident in his wrestling ability as well and has managed to defeat Jeremy Kennedy and Darren Elkins, but Mendes is another level.

Volkanovski is in with a chance, but these odds are way too good to pass up on for those betting on Chad Mendes.

Bet on Chad Mendes to win: -155 (Bovada)

Andrei Arlovski vs. Walt Harris

Getting the main card started is a heavyweight fight between Andrei Arlovski and Walt Harris.

Arlovski’s somewhat of a career resurgence has come to an end after losing two consecutive fights. He’ll now be looking to bounce back against Harris, who has had mixed results of his own lately.

Best odds for Andrei Arlovski vs. Walt Harris:

Although Arlovski is losing more than winning lately, the majority of his defeats have been against top-tier talent in the heavyweight division. His chin hasn’t completely packed it in yet, either, and he’s managed to stay strong against proven finishers such as Tai Tuivasa despite taking some cracking shots.

However, he lacks the required athleticism and power to get over the line against Walt Harris at UFC 232. Harris is explosive and has an impactful right-hand shot that could be enough to end Arlovski’s night.

These odds seem generous for Harris, a rising contender in the division.

Bet on Walt Harris to win: -165 (Bovada)

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UFC 232 fight card

UFC 232 begins on UFC Fight Pass from 6:30 pm ET (10:30 pm GMT) on Saturday, December 29.

UFC 232 Pay-Per-View Main Card (10:00 pm ET / 2:00 am GMT)

  • Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson
  • Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino vs. Amanda Nunes
  • Carlos Condit vs. Michael Chiesa
  • Ilir Latifi vs. Corey Anderson
  • Chad Mendes vs. Alex Volkanovski
  • Andrei Arlovski vs. Walt Harris

FS1 Prelims (8:00 pm ET / 12:00 am GMT)

  • Cat Zingano vs. Megan Anderson
  • Douglas Silva de Andrade vs. Petr Yan
  • BJ Penn vs. Ryan Hall
  • Nathaniel Wood vs. Andre Ewell

UFC Fight Pass Early Prelims (6:30 pm ET / 10:30 pm GMT)

  • Uriah Hall vs. Bevon Lewis
  • Curtis Millender vs. Siyar Bahadurzada
  • Brian Kelleher vs. Montel Jackson

UFC on FOX 31: Lee vs. Al Iaquinta

UFC on FOX 31: Lee vs. Gaethje

The UFC’s last FOX-focused show will air this weekend in Milwaukee as Kevin Lee and Al Iaquinta headline UFC on FOX 31.

Kevin Lee vs. Al Iaquinta

Kevin Lee, a rising lightweight star, will get a chance to secure victory over Al Iaquinta in a rematch of a fight from February 2014.

Lee steps into the cage this weekend after a big win over Edson Barboza in April. That win was a return to form to the 26-year-old who had only recently failed in his quest for an interim title against Tony Ferguson.

Iaquinta returns after his inspiring performance against Khabib Nurmagomedov earlier this year. The 31-year-old from Long Island stepped into the main event against arguably the most feared fighter in the UFC on a few days’ notice and managed to last the distance. Although he lost a unanimous decision, Iaquinta gained many fans and some favor in the eyes of the UFC.

Best odds for Kevin Lee vs. Al Iaquinta:

Despite losing the first fight against Iaquinta, Lee will enter this fight as a significant betting favorite. Hinting at major improvements to his game and a new approach to training, the bookmakers believe that Lee has a considerable edge in this main event.

Moreover, that’s a fair assessment considering that while Iaquinta is aging and seemingly less focused on his mixed martial arts career, Lee has grand ambitions to work his way to the top and claim the title.

However, there’s a lot more to it than that.

An Iaquinta dropped Lee with a left hand in round one of their first fight and mostly outworked him while standing in rounds one and three. In round two, Lee secured an excellent takedown to take the fight to the mat and attempt to finish Iaquinta with a rear-naked choke.

Now, Lee’s striking has improved to a point at which we’d believe he has a small edge over his opponent in this fight for as long as it stays standing. Moreover, on the mat, Lee’s jiu-jitsu has improved significantly as to suggest he would have a greater chance of submitting Iaquinta this time.

We’re betting on Kevin Lee to win this weekend in what should be an exciting main event.

Bet on to Kevin Lee to win: -305 (Pinnacle)

Edson Barboza vs. Dan Hooker

This matchup is just as good as the main event. Striking phenom Edson Barboza will take on the up-and-coming 155-pound fighter, Dan Hooker.

Hooker has thrown himself right into the mix of top lightweight fighters after managing an impressive four-fight winning streak since moving up from featherweight. A six-fight stretch of fights that saw him win three and lose three was enough to encourage the 6’0″ (183cm) fighter to move up a division. He’s since secured four excellent stoppage victories and is working his way up the rankings.

Barboza is one of the most dangerous strikers in the UFC. Renowned for his highlight-reel finishes including a spinning wheel kick stoppage of Terry Etim, Barboza has secured wins against a list of proven talent in the UFC through his many years of competition. Recently, however, a couple of difficult matchups against top-level wrestlers including Kevin Lee and Khabib Nurmagomedov have seen him struggle to stay off the mat and utilize his striking techniques. He’s now on a two-fight losing streak.

Best odds for Edson Barboza vs. Dan Hooker:

Finally, Edson Barboza is back inside the cage with a fighter who will likely stand across from him and not rely on takedown attempts.

Barboza excels in this type of matchup, and we believe that he’ll beat up the lead leg of Hooker while also tagging him with a check left hook on occasion. Hooker is defensively sound and will evade most of Barboza’s spinning attacks while drawing out counters, but he doesn’t have the offensive output that can help him win rounds against such a savvy striker.

If Hooker tries to take this to the mat, as he did against Marc Diakiese, he’ll have a hard time achieving a dominant position considering Barboza’s adequate takedown defense.

We can see Barboza winning a clear unanimous decision and will confidently support him at the current odds.

Bet on to Edson Barboza to win: +107 (Pinnacle)

Rob Font vs. Sergio Pettis

Sergio Pettis’ time in UFC’s 135-pound bantamweight division begins this weekend when he takes on Rob Font in Milwaukee.

The Duke Roufus trained fighter is moving back to where he first began. With Roufus proclaiming that Pettis is a much stronger fighter in the 135-pound category and not when fighting at 125-pounds, it’s clear that his camp is entirely geared toward him making a run in this division.

Font will be looking to bounce back after a unanimous decision defeat to Raphael Assuncao earlier this year. That loss came just one fight after an impressive KO/TKO victory over highly-rated Thomas Almeida at UFC 220.

Best odds for Rob Font vs. Sergio Pettis:

Font might be one of the most underrated fighters in the bantamweight division. Of course, that’s a natural result of his less than superb performances of recent memory. Those results have led us to almost forget his presence as a great striker and a serviceable grappler.

Pettis will undoubtedly be stronger and more powerful in his return to the division, but it’s hard to find an area of the fight in which Pettis matches up favorably.

We’re going to be taking Rob Font to get the win.

Bet on Rob Font to win: -165 (Bovada)

Jim Miller vs. Charles Oliveira

Jim Miller vs. Charles Oliveira opens up the main card with what is sure to be an exciting fight between two very familiar names in the UFC.

Miller has been competing in the UFC since 2008 and is still a constant feature of the promotion considering his entertaining fighting style that has seen him involved in many back-and-forth wars over the years. Most recently, Miller snapped a terrible four-fight winning streak by picking up a win over Alex White in the first round.

Oliveira brings it every time he enters the UFC’s Octagon and is currently enjoying consecutive wins for the first time since 2015. Undefeated in 2018, Oliveira has secured memorable submission wins over Clay Guida and Christos Giagos.

Best odds for Jim Miller vs. Charles Oliveira:

Charles Oliveira might be too good across the entire board in this contest. A submission specialist, no one in the division wants Oliveira on their back. While standing, he is relentless, unorthodox and extremely powerful.

Miller will be tested by Oliveira’s size, power, and speed, especially when considering that Miller is slowing down of recent. However, there’s one aspect of the fight that cannot be measured adequately, and that’s Miller’s incredible ability to manage and command fights through three rounds of action.

Oliveira might need a finish to get the win over Miller, but fortunately, that’s a probable outcome considering Oliveira’s fantastic submission ability.

Take Oliveira to win.

Bet on Charles Oliveira to win: -300 (Bovada) (Pinnacle)

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UFC on FOX 31 fight card

UFC on FOX 31 begins on UFC Fight Pass from 6:30 pm ET (10:30 pm GMT) on Saturday, December 15.

UFC on FOX 31 Main Card (10:00 pm ET / 2:00 am GMT)

  • Kevin Lee vs. Al Iaquinta
  • Edson Barboza vs. Dan Hooker
  • Rob Font vs. Sergio Pettis
  • Jim Miller vs. Charles Oliveira

FS1 Prelims (8:00 pm ET / 12:00 am GMT)

  • Zak Ottow vs. Dwight Grant
  • Jessica-Rose Clark vs. Andrea Lee
  • Drakkar Klose vs. Bobby Green
  • Joaquim Silva vs. Jared Gordon
  • Jack Hermansson vs. Gerald Meerschaert

UFC Fight Pass Early Prelims (6:30 pm ET / 10:30 pm GMT)

  • Dan Ige vs. Jordan Griffin
  • Adam Milstead vs. Mike Rodriguez
  • Zak Cummings vs. Trevor Smith
  • Juan Adams vs. Chris De La Rocha

UFC 231: Holloway vs. Ortega

UFC 231 Holloway vs. Ortega

This weekend sees the UFC head back to pay-per-view with a fantastic fight card that features two superb title fights.

Max Holloway will defend his UFC Featherweight Championship from Brian Ortega in the main event. And in the co-main event, Valentina Shevchenko will compete for the UFC Women’s Flyweight Championship in a duel with Joanna Jedrzejczyk.

We’ve broken down all of the main card fights taking place at UFC 231 this weekend to bring you the best betting advice online.

Max Holloway vs. Brian Ortega

Max Holloway vs. Brian Ortega might be one of the best title fights of 2018.

With Holloway riding a remarkable 12-fight winning streak in the UFC and having recently captured the UFC Featherweight Championship, he’s set to be the biggest challenge to date for Brian Ortega, who is undefeated after 14 fights.

Best odds for Max Holloway vs. Brian Ortega:

Max Holloway enters this one as a slight betting favorite but is arguably the considerably higher skilled mixed martial artist.

Brian Ortega is a superb fight-finisher who continually finds a way to win fights, even in those contests in which he is struggling. A talented Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Ortega possesses one of the nastiest squeezes in the game and has strangled any opponent who gives up their neck. Moreover, on the feet, Ortega has developed into a dangerous striker with heavy hands and consistent forward pressure.

He’ll be tested by Holloway, who is to be considered nothing other than one of the most intelligent strikers in the UFC today. Masterfully dissecting the defense of his opponent, Holloway kicks into gear in the middle rounds before eventually overrunning them with a high volume of strikes. With extreme precision and by inflicting damage that accumulates quickly, Jose Aldo and Anthony Pettis were the last two fighters to succumb to Holloway’s pressure.

Ortega doesn’t have high-level wrestling or an ability to take an opponent to the mat. All of his recent submissions have come via way of grabbing the neck of his opponent in the clinch or making the most of an opportunity after being taken down. He’s without a clear pathway to victory against a fighter who is nothing short of world-class while standing and striking inside the UFC’s octagon and that’s why we’re confidently betting on Max Holloway to win this fight.

Bet on Max Holloway to win: -125 (Bovada)

Valentina Shevchenko vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk

Valentina Shevchenko and Joanna Jedrzejczyk are set to exchange strikes for the fourth time in their careers this weekend, but for the very first time in mixed martial arts competition.

Shevchenko, who was initially scheduled to fight for the UFC Women’s Flyweight Championship against Nicco Montano earlier this year before Montano withdrew due to complications, will now get her chance to compete for the title. This time, Jedrzejczyk will the fighter standing across from her.

Best odds for Valentina Shevchenko vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk:

  • Valentina Shevchenko: -360 (Bovada)
  • Joanna Jedrzejczyk: +290 (Pinnacle)

Valentina Shevchenko looks to have found her best fit in the UFC’s 125-pound division. After losing a 135-pound title fight with Amanda Nunes in September last year, Shevchenko made the drop down to the newly created division and took on Priscila Cachoeira in her debut. Entering the fight as a -1000 betting favorite, Shevchenko looked every part the better fighter and gave her opponent a brutal beatdown. However, Shevchenko’s best work came earlier in her career against the likes of Holly Holm and Julianna Pena – two fighters who are significantly bigger and stronger than her upcoming opponent.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk is a former champion of the UFC women’s strawweight division and successfully defended her title five times after winning it against Carla Esparza back at UFC 185. At one stage, Joanna looked to be one of the most dominant athletes in the sport today. That was until Rose Namajunas dethroned the champion with a stunning first-round KO/TKO finish in November 2017.

Now, after losing to “Thug” Rose a second time, Joanna has bounced back in a big way with a decisive victory against Tecia Torres at UFC on FOX 30.

Shevchenko might be bigger and stronger, but she’s unusually inactive at times during a fight and is known to give away close split decisions to opponent fighters. Jedrzejczyk is a decision-winner who can fight at a high pace for five rounds. At these odds, Jedrzejczyk makes for an excellent bet.

Bet on Joanna Jedrzejczyk to win: +290 (Pinnacle)

Alex Oliveira vs. Gunnar Nelson

One of the most underrated fights coming up this weekend is an exciting welterweight showdown between Alex Oliveira and Gunnar Nelson.

“Cowboy” Oliveira had won six of his last seven fights and enters this weekend on a roll, whereas Nelson is returning for the first time since July last year when he was knocked out by Santiago Ponzinibbio in the first round.

Best odds for Alex Oliveira vs. Gunnar Nelson:

In many ways, this is an intriguing matchup that could go either way. Unsurprisingly, the odds for this fight are tight with Gunnar Nelson coming in as only a slight favorite.

On the feet, Oliveira might have a minor advantage considering his lengthy and bouncy style will help him move forward and land cleanly on a relatively defenseless Nelson.

But if this fight hits the mat, it’s Nelson who will likely have the significant advantages. “Cowboy” is indeed dangerous from some areas and has a great submission game but he allows too many advances and Nelson is superb at transitioning by slicing through the guard of an opponent. The rear-naked choke will likely be there for Nelson.

We will side with the underdog, Oliveira, here in what should be a very close fight.

Bet on Alex Oliveira to win: +110 (Bovada)

Hakeem Dawodu vs. Kyle Bochniak

Hakeem Dawodu vs. Kyle Bochniak is a matchup between two very entertaining featherweight fighters.

Dawodu recently had his seven-fight undefeated streak snapped by Danny Henry in his UFC debut but did bounce back strong against Austin Arnett earlier this year.

Bochniak has dropped three of his five fights in the UFC but gained some favor with the organization after a Fight of the Night winning performance in defeat to Zabit Magomedsharipov.

Best odds for Hakeem Dawodu vs. Kyle Bochniak:

While the Zabit Magomedsharipov proved to us that Bochniak has heart, determination, and some offensive ability, it also showed many of the holes in Bochniak’s defensive ability.

It’s these defensive lapses that Dawodu will likely take advantage of in this fight as he’ll look to eat up the lead leg of Bochniak with kicks before eventually turning on the gas and overrunning him in the middle and late rounds.

Bet on Hakeem Dawodu to win: -164 (Pinnacle)

Jimi Manuwa vs. Thiago Santos

Jimi Manuwa and Thiago Santos are scheduled to fight in a brilliant light heavyweight fight that will likely not last three rounds.

Best odds for Jimi Manuwa vs. Thiago Santos:

At first glance, this would appear to be a 50/50 battle between two guys with great knockout power – so it’s a little bizarre that the odds are favoring Santos so heavily.

Manuwa walks forward and uses his excellent boxing ability to work the head and body of his opponent, especially when against the cage. This pressure might be too much for someone like Santos who likes to stand in the open and exchange long-range kicks and punches. When moving backward, Santos’ best weapons are nullified.

We’re confident that there shouldn’t be this much separation between Manuwa and Santos and will happily take Manuwa at underdog odds.

Bet on Jimi Manuwa to win: +175 (Bovada)

Claudia Gadelha vs. Nina Ansaroff

The #3 ranked Claudia Gadelha will take a step down at UFC 231 in a battle with #11 ranked Nina Ansaroff to get the main event started.

Best odds for Claudia Gadelha vs. Nina Ansaroff:

Fresh off a win against Carla Esparza, former title challenger Claudia Gadelha will now attempt to make it two wins in a row. Gadelha is an impressive high-pace fighter with excellent wrestling ability. She was also very close to defeating Joanna Jedrzejczyk to become the UFC women’s strawweight champion on two occasions. A win here would surely put her next in line to face the winner of Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade.

Nina Ansaroff is now on a three-fight winning streak and hasn’t experienced defeat in the last two years. Most recently, she’s coming off big wins against Angela Hill and Randa Markos and will inevitably rise the rankings if she manages a win this weekend.

Gadelha takes plenty of damage in her fights, and it’s a question of whether she can withstand the striking for Ansaroff. If Gadelha can come out and secure big takedowns and maintain top control, it should be a comfortable night.

Bet on Claudia Gadelha to win: -310 (Bovada)

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UFC 231 fight card

UFC 231 begins on UFC Fight Pass from 6:30 pm ET (10:30 pm GMT) on Saturday, December 8.

UFC 231 Pay-Per-View Main Card (10:00 pm ET / 2:00 am GMT)

  • Max Holloway vs. Brian Ortega
  • Valentina Shevchenko vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk
  • Alex Oliveira vs. Gunnar Nelson
  • Hakeem Dawodu vs. Kyle Bochniak
  • Jimi Manuwa vs. Thiago Santos
  • Claudia Gadelha vs. Nina Ansaroff

FS1 Prelims (8:00 pm ET / 12:00 am GMT)

  • Katlyn Chookagian vs. Jessica Eye
  • Elias Theodorou vs. Eryk Anders
  • Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs. Gilbert Burns
  • Devin Clark vs. Aleksandar Rakic

UFC Fight Pass Early Prelims (6:30 pm ET / 10:30 pm GMT)

  • Brad Katona vs. Matthew Lopez
  • Chad Laprise vs. Dhiego Lima
  • Carlos Diego Ferreira vs. Jesse Ronson