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UFC 221 Whittaker Vs Rockhold Betting Odds

UFC Betting Online: UFC 221 takes place on Saturday, February 10, 2018 in the Perth Arena at Perth, Australia.

The card broadcasts live on pay-per-view following the FS1 prelims. Former middleweight champion Luke Rockhold (16-3) meets top competition Yoel Romero (12-2) in the main event. Bet on the latest UFC chances and get the latest previews, predictions and selections.
We’ll have to wait just a bit longer for undisputed champion Robert Whittaker to make his initial title defense. The Aussie basher came from his scheduled UFC 221 scrap with Luke Rockhold having an accident, establishing an interim title match between Rockhold and Cuban Yoel Romero instead.
The name fight functions as the main event of a card that’s filled with talented natives, like Mark Hunt, Tai Tuivasa, Jake Matthews and Tyson Pedro. While it had been rumored that women’s strawweight champion Cris”Cyborg” Justino would make a quick turnaround to face Invicta FC champ Megan Anderson, it appears the tilt will take place on a later date.
While a couple of conflicts are still being finalized, take a peek at the declared lineup below. Make sure that you check in during fight week to get in-depth gambling previews.
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Card – Subject to Change
Main Event – Yoel Romero vs. Luke Rockhold
Heavyweight – Mark Hunt vs. Curtis Blaydes
Heavyweight – Tai Tuivasa vs. Cyril Asker
Welterweight – Jake Matthews vs. Li Jingliang
LIght Heavyweight – Tyson Pedro vs. Saparbek Safarov
Lightweight – Damien Brown vs. Dong Hyun Kim
Middleweight – Rob Wilkinson vs. Israel Adesanya
Flyweight – Jussier Formiga vs. Ben Nguyen
Featherweight – Alexander Volkanovski vs. Jeremy Kennedy
Lightweight – Ross Pearson vs. Mizuto Hirota
Bantamweight – Teruto Ishihara vs. Jose Quninonez
Welterweight – Luke Jumeau vs. Daichi Abe
Things to Watch For
Romero will get a 2nd right chance to claim interim gold. The 40-year old former Olympian was took to action by Robert Whittaker in his last matchup, though he did have his moments. He still remains among the very dangerous middleweights around the planet, capable of sudden outbursts of fight-ending violence.
Rockhold is coming off another round TKO of former WSOF winner David Branch, and his only loss in his past seven fights came via flash knockout courtesy of Michael Bisping. A thudding kicker with a elite submission wrestling match, Rockhold presents an intriguing challenge for its aging Romero – and Whittaker as well.
Mark Hunt is a staple in any European card, since the New Zealander is arguably the region’s biggest star. The slugger will test No. 9 Curtis Blaydes, who’ll do whatever he can to bring this battle to the mat. In a different heavyweight collision, undefeated Tai Tuivasa will seem to maintain his 100 percent KO ratio intact if he meets France’s Cyril Asker.
You have gotta love the matchup between Australia’s Jake Matthews and Li Jingliang. The Chinese fighter would be the UFC’s best hope of producing a native star for the planet’s most populous nation, and Matthews is precisely the sort of man who can test him.
26-year old Tyson Pedro is young blood in light heavyweight, though his prospects were dimmed somewhat in his final outing against Ilir Latifi. This was the Australian’s first loss, and he will not get an easy bounceback fight. Pedro meets the hard-hitting Saparbek Safarov in what should be an explosive affair.
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