Quarantine is finally over for sports bettors! UFC 249 gives sports fans the first opportunity in a long time to bet on real sports.
UFC 249 fight card
Tony Ferguson -190 vs. Justin Gaethje +160 -- Interim lightweight title
Henry Cejudo (c) -220 vs. Dominick Cruz +180 -- bantamweight title
Francis Ngannou -280 vs. Jair Rozenstruik +230 -- Heavyweights
Calvin Kattar -240 vs. Jeremy Stephens +200 -- Featherweights
Greg Hardy -195 vs. Yorgan De Castro +165 -- Heavyweights
Anthony Pettis -150 vs. Donald Cerrone +125 -- Welterweights
Vicente Luque -280 vs. Niko Price +230 -- Welterweights
Fabricio Werdum -330 vs. Aleksei Oleinik +260 -- Heavyweights
Ronaldo Souza -125 vs. Uriah Hall +105 -- Middleweights
Carla Esparza -160 vs. Michelle Waterson +140 -- Women's strawweight
Bryce Mitchell -165 vs. Charles Rosa +155 -- Featherweights
Ryan Spann -420 vs. Sam Alvey +330 -- Light heavyweights
The action goes down on Saturday, May 9 and will air on ESPN+ pay-per-view for the price of $64.99 for subscribers. Broadcast coverage of the UFC 249 will begin with the UFC Fight Pass Prelims at 6:30 p.m. ET followed by the prelims at 8 p.m. The pay-per-view main card is set to begin at 10 p.m. ET.
In the main event, Justin Gaethje faces Tony Ferguson for the interim lightweight championship. Ferguson is seeing the majority of the betting action so far. He opened as a -185 favorite and has since moved up to -205. Gaethje is a +155 underdog.
In the co-main event, veteran Dominick Cruz makes his first walk to the cage in more than three years when he takes on Henry Cejudo for the bantamweight championship. Bettors like Cruz as the underdog here. Cejudo opened as the -270 favorite with Cruz at +195, with the champ now down to -210 and the challenger at +160.
Francis Ngannou is the biggest favorite on the main card at -300 in his bout against Jairzinho Rozenstruik. It’s no surprise that that bout is the favorite to be the shortest fight on the card at +110 as well.
The preliminary card is topped off with an exciting rematch between Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Anthony “Showtime” Pettis. The latest UFC 249 odds have Pettis to come out on top again at -160.
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And the fun won’t be over tonight, After this event, the UFC plans to hold two more in the next week again from the same stadium in Jacksonville – Wednesday, May 13, and Saturday, May 16.