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The bell rings for the next big UFC event on Saturday, June 29th, and we’re scoring a knockout with all the UFC 303 odds you need.

Fight fans were initially knocked for a loop themselves as Conor McGregor recently had to back out of his return to the ring as planned for UFC 303.

Not to worry though: plenty of fireworks are in store for the big event, including a rematch that’s one of the most anticipated rematches in recent memory: Pereira vs Prochazka 2.

Check out all the Main Card insights and ways to play below.

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Pereira (-170) vs Prochazka (+140)

Alex Pereira is the reigning light heavyweight champ, and with his beatdown of Jamahal Hill at UFC 300 just two months ago, he looks like he has no plans to give up the belt anytime soon.

Pereira has a 10-2 record currently. With 8 wins by knockout and four of those coming in the first round, he likes to make quick work of his opponents. But the big Brazilian can go the distance too. In what may be his most infamous fight so far, he outlasted the legendary Israel Adesanya in five rounds to win by TKO.

The Czechian, Jiri Prochazka, brings a stellar record of his own to the octagon for the main event. With 30 wins, including a very impressive 26 by KO, he should give Pereira a stiff challenge.

In their first matchup seven months ago, Prochazka held his own until a mistake in defense allowed Pereira to knock him out with a clean shot to the jaw. Oddsmakers still like the Brazilian titleholder, but Prochazka’s UFC 303 odds put him only as a slight underdog.

With both fighters being heavy hitters, the odds for the fight to go the distance are long ones at +300. Having fighting stopped before the full five rounds are up is a safer play at -450 currently.

Ortega (+125) vs Lopes (-150)

Brian Ortega has a 16-3-0 record heading into this Featherweight showdown. Primarily a submission fighter – 50% of his wins have come this way compared to only 3 by KO – Ortega is currently #3 in his division.

His “light” fighting schedule concerns some bettors who prefer to place their UFC 303 odds with a more regular fighter. But Ortega might be a different animal; fighting this past February after a layoff from the octagon of a year and a half, he submitted Yair Rodriquez in his first match back. He took the Performance of the Night that night and has won the Fight of the Night five times in his career. He’s also tied for second in the division for most submissions ever.

Meanwhile, Diego Lopes sports a 24-6-0 career record, with 10 wins coming by knockout and a strong 15 first-round finish. This includes wins in the first round in each of his previous 3 fights heading into Las Vegas this weekend.

This streak is one reason why oddsmakers like Lopes, despite his lower ranking in the division, to take down the veteran Ortega.

Smith (+120) vs Dolidze (-145)

Light Heavyweight vet Anthony Smith is 38-19-0 in his career. That’s a lot of mileage and a lot of wins. He has as many losses, 19, as he does wins by KO.

Smith has earned his “Lionheart” nickname honestly, nearing 60 MMA bouts as he approaches the age of 36. But it’s clear Lionheart still has the heart – and skill – to be considered among the fight game’s elite. He just defeated the previously unbeaten Vito Petrino by way of a guillotine submission at UFC 301 and is 2-1 in his last 3 fights.

Roman Dolidze is a Georgian (the country, not the state) fighter who stands in stark contrast to Smith. His UFC 303 odds give him the edge over the American, but he’s still somewhat unproven with a 12-3-0 record. That’s 40+ fewer fights than Smith has. Dolidze is coming off two straight losses so he’ll be looking to halt that streak before slipping further in the rankings.

Chiasson (EVEN) vs Bueno Silva (-120)

Ending 33% of her fights by KO, American fighter Macy Chiasson is a threat every time she steps into the octagon. The issue is when she steps in. Her 10-3-0 record includes two wins in her last three, but she’s fought sparingly in the past two years.

Her recent win over Pannie Kianzad came by way of a first-round rear naked choke at UFC Fight Night three months ago, earning her the Performance of the Night honors.

Marya Bueno Silva holds an almost identical record to Chiasson, at 10-3-1. Her wins are notoriously quick, with 7 of them coming in the first round and all but one by submission.

Four of Bueno Silva’s last five fights have seen her hand raised at the end, and her only loss in that run went the distance.

This Bantamweight battle is about as close as it gets when it comes to UFC 303 odds, further reflected in the Over/Under. It’s at -200 to go more than 2.5 rounds.

Garry (-140) vs Page (+115)

With McGregor now absent from UFC 303, it’s up to Ian Machado Garry to carry the Irish flag proudly. The undefeated Welterweight fighter is ranked 7th in the division, and of his 14 wins, half have come by knockout.

Garry’s last fight ended in a split decision in his favor against Geoff Neal, a tough opponent who’s ranked higher than Garry’s next foe.

But Michael “Venom” Page, at 22-2-0, is no easy matchup. The Englishman has won over 50% of his fights by knockout and 13 of his wins haven’t made it beyond the first round. He only made his octagon debut in March, making him a bit of an unknown quantity for fans and oddsmakers alike. Maybe this is why, despite being 37 years old and sitting 7 spots behind Garry in the division rankings, Page’s UFC 303 odds are so close to even.

Conor may be out of UFC 303, but some of the top fighters in the UFC are all in, and so is Bovada. We’re ready for Pereira Prochazka 2 and all the fights from the City of Lights.


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