UFC Fight Night 208 – Blaydes vs Aspinall Odds: Local Favored

Exciting UFC Card On Tap in London

The big names are out in force at UFC Fight Night in London, which features Blaydes vs Aspinall odds.

We are also excited to see Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt and Jack Hermansson vs Chris Curtis, plus heaps of action on the undercard.

UFC Fight Night betting odds are available for every fight on the main and undercard, so it’s a celebration of MMA action in London on Saturday.

Three Headline Fights

Blaydes vs Aspinall odds is tight for the main event at UFC Fight Night London, which includes two fights that could have been the main event.

Hermansson vs Curtis and Pimblett vs Leavitt could have been the main event, so it’s a stacked main card.

There isn’t much between the heavyweight fighters in the main event as Blaydes vs Aspinall odds has Aspinall as the -135 favorite.

Aspinall is 12-2 following the submission of Alex Volkov and he’s unbeaten since arriving in the UFC in 2020, so he’s an impressive heavyweight who could contend for the UFC Heavyweight title next year.

Blaydes is a supremely dangerous fighter with a second-round knockout win over Chris Daukaus on his record. The 31-year-old American has beaten some top-level heavyweights, so he can’t be overlooked.

Blaydes vs Aspinall odds respect the underdog at +105 but we’re taking home country hero Aspinall to get the job done and remain unbeaten in the organization.

The co-main event between Hermansson and Curtis is another closely-matched betting market. Betting on UFC fight has been plentiful in the early stages as Curtis has a slight -120 advantage with the sportsbook.

The American is 3-0 in the UFC but he faces his toughest test against Hermansson, who looks to bounce back following a loss to Sean Strickland.

Hermansson has faced the best in the middleweight division, including Marvin Vettori and Jared Cannonier, so he hasn’t dodged the best in the business.

It should be another close fight on the UFC Fight Night card but we give the edge to Hermansson, who could use his top-level experience to get the better of the favorite.

We couldn’t be more excited for Pimblett vs Leavitt. We expect the fight to finish within the three allotted rounds and it could come via Pimblett knocking his opponent out.

The wild 27-year-old from Liverpool will have the crowd rocking and he has been electric since arriving in the UFC. Not only has his weight been a talking point but his knockout win over Luigi Vendramini and a submission win over Rodrigo Vargas were classy.

He doesn’t mind not being the co-main event.

“Mans got a new contract brother. I don’t mind being third to last lad get me to fight over with less waiting around and get a nice scran for my interview before everywhere shuts,” Pimblett said jokingly.

The -260 UFC Fight Night betting odds favorite is one of our best picks and he could steal the show in front of his home fans.

Action Starts with the Undercard

The undercard kicks off the action on Saturday and it’s packed with some terrific fights, including Mason Jones vs L’udovit Klein.

Jones is the firm -350 favorite after bouncing back to beat David Onama last October. It followed a loss in his UFC debut to Mike Davis, but he’s a lightweight who could contend for the title if he keeps progressing.

Bettors have to take short odds for Jones but he’s worth including on UFC parlay selections.

Another intriguing preliminary card fight is between Marc Diakiese and Damir Hadžović. Diakiese is one of the more explosive fighters of his day but he hasn’t been able to show off his skills much lately.

He scored an easy win in March, which followed a submission loss to Rafael Alves and a decision loss to Rafael Fiziev. Despite the losses, he has been facing tough opposition and he’ll find Hadžović easier.

Hadžović is 14-6 and the +250 underdog. He has upside but he could struggle to put away Diakiese and we can’t see him winning via decision, so he’ll need a knockout result and we don’t see it coming.

There is also plenty of intrigue with Nathaniel Wood vs Charles Rosa. Wood is the overwhelming -600 favorite but we wouldn’t overlook Rosa at the much better odds of +450.

Wood hasn’t fought since losing to Casey Kenney in 2020 and that’s not a good thing. We haven’t been overly impressed with his career and Rosa is due a bounce-back effort after back-to-back losses.

He should feel at home fighting in London as a Boston native and there is excellent value with his UFC odds, so they’re worth snapping up as an upset hope.

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