- Vicente Luque is a -170 favorite to beat Belal Muhammad at UFC Fight Night.
- The round total for the fight is set at 4.5 with -155 odds on the over.
LAS VEGAS – Following a tremendous UFC 273 card, UFC Fight Night will see a major main event fight in the welterweight division between the #4 ranked Vicente Luque and #5 Belal Muhammad. This fight has tons at stake being that it is a top-5 bout where the winner of this fight could potentially have a title fight very soon.
Vicente Luque Vs. Belal Muhammad Odds
- Luque -170
- Muhammad +140
Luque Favored On The Odds While Muhammad Takes Heavy Action
While both fighters have been on a hot streak in recent fights, it is clear as to why online betting sites have Luque as the favorite. Yes, In Muhammad’s last seven fights he has won six with one no contest, however, five of those wins were decided by decision.
Luque, on the other hand, is on a four-fight win streak with his last two ending in the first round after submitting his opponents, a knockout in the second round before that, and a doctor’s stoppage prior to that. It is also worth noting that before losing to Stephen Thompson, he was on a six-fight win streak with four knockouts and one submission win.
Looking at the public splits though, they tell a different story with Muhammad seeing a whopping 97% of the action.
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Betting On The Round Total
Total Rounds Odds
- Over 4.5 -155
- Under 4.5 +120
Diving into the round total, although Luque is favored to win and has finished his last four wins, UFC odds could be thinking that Muhammad controls the fight being that odds are favoring the fight going the distance.
This could be a good chance to fade the over and take the longer odds on the under if Luque were to take control of this fight and extend his streak of finishing fights before the final round.
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