UFC Fight Night: ESPN++ Live Covington vs. Woodley — Main Cards, Odds, Live Stats

After a lengthy war of words, Colby Covington and Tyron Woodley will finally get to prove who is the better man inside the Octagon on Saturday as the welterweight showdown will main event UFC Fight Night from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Covington had a seven-fight winning streak snapped in his most recent outing, a fifth-round knockout in his shot at welterweight champion Kamaru Usman. Woodley, though, finds himself in a worse position, having lost the welterweight title to Usman in a one-sided fight and being dominated by Gilbert Burns earlier this year. The losses marked Woodley’s first two-fight losing skid of his pro career.

But this fight is about more than records and divisional positioning. The two have been engaged in a bitter rivalry for years since the they were American Top Team teammates and Woodley held the UFC championship. Woodley has promised his fans that he will let his hands go against the trash-talking Covington, and stated he will not be overwhelmed as he was in his two most recent fights.

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This card is much deeper than the main event. In fact, there’s three undercard bouts that may end up being more entertaining than the main event. Mirsad Bektic, Kevin Holland, Mackenzie Dern, Johnny Walker and Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone all make an appearance on this card with hopes of returning to form and increasing their star power.

UFC Fight Night: Covington vs. Woodley fight card, odds

  • Colby Covington -360 vs. Tyron Woodley +280, welterweights
  • Niko Price -150 vs. Donald Cerrone +125, welterweights
  • Khamzat Chimaev -400 vs. Gerald Meerschaert +310, middleweights
  • Johnny Walker -125 vs. Ryan Spann +105, light heavyweights
  • Mackenzie Dern -165 vs. Randa Markos +140, women’s strawweights
  • Kevin Holland -260 vs. Darren Stewart +210, middleweights
  • Miguel Baeza -310 vs. Jeremiah Wells +250, middleweights
  • Mirsad Bektic vs. Damon Jackson, featherweights
  • Mayra Bueno Silva -260 vs. Mara Romero Borella +210, women’s flyweights
  • David Dvorak -115 vs. Jordan Espinosa -105, flyweights
  • Jessica-Rose Clark -230 vs. Sarah Alpar +190, women’s bantamweights
  • Journey Newson -140 vs. Randy Costa +120, bantamweights
  • Andre Ewell -220 vs. Irwin Rivera +180, bantamweights
  • Tyson Nam -180 vs. Jerome Rivera +155, bantamweights
  • T.J. Laramie -310 vs. Darrick Minner +250, featherweights

UFC Fight Night: Covington vs. Woodley info

  • Date: Saturday, Sept. 19
  • Location: UFC APEX
  • Start time: 8 p.m. ET (Main card)
  • How to watch: ESPN+ (LIVE)

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