UFC Moscow: Zabit Magomedsharipov vs. Calvin Kattar betting odds

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Here are the full card betting odds for this weekend’s UFC Moscow, headlined by featherweight contenders Zabit Magomedsharipov and Calvin Kattar.

The UFC travels to Moscow, Russia this weekend for a card headlined by a pair of uber-talented featherweights in Zabit Magomedsharipov and Calvin Kattar. The rest of the card leans heavily on Russian and Eastern European talent, including a number of fighters with little or no UFC experience. As a result, the card is filled with closely-lined fights that savvy bettors may be able to exploit.

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The main event should tell us quite a bit about how good Magomedsharipov really is. The Russian born, Mark Henry trained fighter has a game that’s difficult to emulate and presents a puzzle that no one opponent has yet been able to solve in the Octagon. He’ll square off with Kattar, who, while less heralded as a future champion, might be every bit as skilled as Magomedsharipov. Kattar is a moderate underdog, and much of that may be due to Magomedsharipov’s name recognition.

In the co-main event, Greg Hardy meets Alexander Volkov in what represents a massive step up in competition for the still-green Hardy. Volkov is understandably a favorite, albeit not a massive one. That may come as a surprise to some. Notwithstanding Hardy’s path to the UFC following a domestic abuse conviction, Hardy’s fights in the UFC have been anything but smooth, from a disqualification loss to Allen Crowder in his promotional debut, to the prohibited use of an inhaler in his last bout, leading to a no contest.

For those unfamiliar with betting odds, they are easiest understood by assuming each bet is $100. For example, if a bettor chooses Kattar at +230, that means a $100 bet would return $230 if he wins. On the flip side, if one were to bet Magomedsharipov at -300, a $300bet would be needed in order to win $100 should Magomedsharipov come away victorious.

Betting odds are courtesy of Bovada. Odds listed below reflect the lines at the time of publication of this article and are subject to change.

Main card (ESPN+ 2 p.m ET)

Zabit Magomedsharipov (-300) vs. Calvin Kattar (+230)

Alexander Volkov (-280) vs. Greg Hardy (+220)

Zelim Imadaev (-225) vs. Danny Roberts (+175)

Gadzhimurad Antigulov (-140) vs. Ed Herman (+110)

Ramazan Emeev (-125) vs. Anthony Rocco Martin (-105)

Shamil Gamzatov (-185) vs. Klidson Farias de Abreu (+150)

Preliminary card (ESPN + 11 a.m ET)

Magomed Ankalaev (-450) vs. Dalcha Lungiambula (+325)

Rustam Khabilov (-190) vs. Sergey Khandozhko (+155)

Roman Kopylov (-115) vs. Karl Roberson (-115)

Abubakar Nurmagomedov (-325) vs. David Zawada (+250)

Alexander Yakovlev (+130) vs. Roosevelt Roberts (-160)

Jessica-Rose Clark (-115) vs. Pannie Kianzad (-115)

Grigory Popov (-175) vs. Davey Grant (+145)

UFC Moscow takes place on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, live from the CSKA Arena in Moscow, Russia. Follow along with FanSided MMA for all your live results and highlights.

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