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UFC 238: Cejudo vs Moraes Odds

UFC 238 goes down on Saturday, June 8th in Chicago

Two title fights headline that the card
See the chances for all the primary card conflicts below
The Octagon returns to Chicago, Illinois for UFC 238. The event promises to be one of UFC’s top pay-per-views of the year. In the primary event, flyweight champion Henry Cejudo is going up in weight to fight Marlon Moraes for the vacant UFC Bantamweight Championship. While in the co-main event, women’s flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko is seeking to defend her belt for the first time against Jessica Eye. Also on the card is possibly the best fight of the year in Tony Ferguson taking on Donald Cerrone.
The main card broadcasts live on pay-per-view at 10:00 p.m. ET, with the prelims on ESPN at 8:00 p.m. ET along with the ancient prelims on ESPN+ at 6:15 p.m. ET.
UFC 238: Henry Cejudo vs Marlon Moraes Odds
Fighter Odds at Bovada Odds at BetOnline
Henry Cejudo +105 +108
Marlon Moraes -135 -128
*All odds taken 06/02/19
Fight Record and Recent History
Cejudo (14-2) is coming off of 2 shocking wins. First, in UFC 227, he finished the dominant reign of Demetrious Johnson and won the flyweight belt with unanimous decision. Subsequently, in UFC Brooklyn in January, bantamweight champion, TJ Dillashaw was moving down in weight to take on Cejudo. Ultimately, the flyweight champion knocked Dillashaw outside in just 32 minutes to defend his title. The Olympic gold medalist also has noteworthy wins over the likes of Sergio Pettis, Jussier Formiga, and Wilson Reis, among others.
Moraes (22-5-1) is riding a four-fight winning streak with wins over Raphael Assuncao, Jimmie Rivera, Aljamain Sterling, and John Dodson. He has defeated Sheymon Moraes back in World Series of Fighting when he was winner. His only loss in the UFC was his debut from Assuncao, but he got the win back before this season.
Cejudo vs Moraes Tale of the Tape
32 Age 31
5’4??? Height 5’6???
64??? Reach 67???
3 UFC title conflicts 0
Two UFC finishes 3
There’s a clear path to success for both Cejudo and Moraes in this fight. If the flyweight winner can use his Olympic wrestling because he did against Johnson then he’ll grind a decision win. For Moraes, he wants to use his explosiveness to stuff the takedowns and keep Cejudo in a range at which he could pick him apart with his jab.

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