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UFC 218 midweek betting odds: Holloway heavily favored over Aldo in rematch

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Peep the betting odds for Saturday’s UFC 218 card, as Max Holloway is expected to beat Jose Aldo once again – according to the moneylines anyway.

UFC 218 is right around the corner and Bloody Elbow has the midweek betting odds on deck for your viewing pleasure. The top of the billing will witness the UFC’s featherweight champ Max Holloway (-320) look to defend his belt, in the favorite role this time around, as he rematches the UFC’s former 145-pound king Jose Aldo (+260). Heavyweight young gun Francis Ngannou (-270) finds himself strongly favored over longtime MMA vet Alistair Overeem (+230) in the co-main event, plus top-five flyweights do battle as Henry Cejudo (-280) is favored over Sergio Pettis (+240).

Dominick Reyes is the heaviest betting favorite for UFC 218 with a big ol’ -500 moneyline to fat dog Jeremy Kimball at +400. The lone pick’em bout for UFC 218 involves Paul Felder as the favorite around -135, with Charles Oliveira clocking in at both plus and minus lines, from -105 up to +115.

Saturday’s UFC 218 main card will air live on Pay-Per-View at 10:00 P.M. EDT with the prelims starting at 8:00 P.M. EDT on FS1. The Exclusive Fight Pass prelims will begin at 6:15 P.M. EDT.

Check out the UFC 218 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:



Movement courtesy of BestFightOdds.com:

The UFC’s featherweight king, Max Holloway, opened up as the sound betting favorite at around -270, and has since drifted further out to a moderate tag of -320. The former 145 pound champ, Jose Aldo, opened up at +190, but now resides at the largest dog line of his career around +260.



Be sure to check back in with Bloody Elbow to catch the final betting odds on fight day, as the moneylines tend to shift a bit following the weigh-ins. All of your event coverage including play-by-play, results, highlights, and more can be found right here at BloodyElbow.com. Happy hunting!


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