UFC 235 Fight Card Odds: Jones Market Value Falls

The UFC circuit return to the Las Vegas Strip on the first Saturday of March  inside T-Mobile Arena for UFC 235 has seen a market share of main card feature Jon Jones drop. The strong card is positioned and the octagon offers what oddsmakers are portraying as a lopsided event when Jon Jones and Anthony Smith square off in a light heavyweight title bout.

Vegas’ fight favorite Jon Jones will defend his title but the last two days of SuperBook window action has seen money come in on the underdog Smith.  Westgate issued +900 money-line odds on Smith earlier this week but he checks in at +750 in the latest fight card update.

The co-main event features welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and Kamaru Usman.  Also in late January there was debate on which fighter Woodley would face, this being Usman or interim champion Colby Covington. The UFC powers-that-are issued Usman the bout.

In a three-round title event the UFC debuts welterweight legendary Robbie Lawler has also captured underdog money at the World’s Largest Race and Sportsbook. Lawler was +230 on Monday night  and is currently +215 vs Ben Askren in his UFC debut.

UFC 235 fight card
SCHEDULED BOUTSCLASS
Jon Jones (c) vs. Anthony SmithUFC light heavyweight title
Tyron Woodley (c) vs. Kamaru UsmanUFC welterweight title
Robbie Lawler vs. Ben AskrenWelterweight
Cody Garbrandt vs. Pedrio MunhozBantamweight
Zabit Magomedsharipov vs. Jeremy StephensFeatherweight
Holly Holm vs. Aspen LaddWomen’s bantamweight
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Misha CirkunovLight heavyweight
Tecia Torres vs. Weili ZhangWomen’s strawweight
Polyana Viana vs. Hannah CifersWomen’s strawweight
Diego Sanchez vs. Mickey GallWelterweight
Gina Mazany vs. Macy ChiassonWomen’s bantamweight

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