Where to Bet on Aldo vs Holloway

Published on May 29th, 2017 5:10 pm EST
Written By: Dave Manuel
The MMA Punch - Sports-King.com The most compelling Featherweight fight since Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor (UFC 194) is set to take place this weekend, as Featherweight champion Jose Aldo will be taking on Max Holloway in a Featherweight title unification fight.

Jose Aldo is the Grand Master of the Featherweight division, as he is regarded as one of the best fighters of all time. Max Holloway, on the other hand, is in the midst of a long undefeated streak and is hungry to be declared the undisputed Featherweight champion.

According to the bookmakers, this fight is a pure coin flip, as both men are listed at 1.91 to win. Jose Aldo started as the slight favourite to win, though money has come in on Max Holloway over the past week. This is set to be one of the closest and most compelling Featherweight fights in some time.


As mentioned, the odds for the fight currently look like this:

Jose Aldo, 1.91
Max Holloway, 1.91

Here are the Method of Victory odds:

Aldo By KO, TKO, Submission or Disqualification, 3.50
Aldo by Decision, 2.80
Holloway by KO, TKO, Submission or Disqualification, 4.00
Holloway by Decision, 4.00
Draw, 67.00

The total rounds line is set at 4.5 rounds:

Over 4.5 Rounds, 1.62
Under 4.5 Rounds, 2.30

Finally, will the fight go the distance?

Yes, 1.72
No, 2.00


Jose Aldo put on a masterclass in his last fight, as he completely dismantled Frankie Edgar en route to a decision win. There was some thought that Aldo might be permanently scarred following his first round KO loss at the hands of Conor McGregor, though he quickly put those worries to the side.

Max Holloway, on the other hand, put together a spectacular performance against Anthony Pettis at UFC 206 to earn himself the interim Featherweight title.

This is a case of both men being at the absolute tops of their games at the right time, which should lead to a spectacular fight at UFC 212 this weekend.

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