- Vicente Luque has -190 odds to beat Belal Muhammad at UFC Fight Night.
- Luque beat Muhammad in their first meeting in 2016.
LAS VEGAS – UFC Fight Night on Saturday, April 16, will feature the main event in the UFC Welterweight Division between Vicente Luque and Belal Muhammad.
This matchup has a lot going for it being that they are both ranked inside the top-6 in the Welterweight Division. Meaning that they are each one step closer to a title fight.
Luque is currently the higher-ranked fighter at #5 while Muhammad is #6. Going into the fight, legal online sportsbooks have Luque listed as the slightly heavier favorite.
Vicente Luque Vs. Belal Muhammad Odds
- Luque -190
- Muhammad +150
Off the bat, it should be noted that this is the second time that these two fighters step into the octagon against one another. Their first meeting came back in 2016 where Luque won the fight with a first-round knockout.
Looking at their recent fights though, both have done a solid job. Luque has won each of his last four fights and all of them have come by either TKO or submission.
As for Muhammad, his last four fights have been won by decision. Luque is also known for finishing his fights by either KO/TKO or submission, having 19 finished fights compared to Muhammad’s 5.
Big Paying Prop Bets
Aside from the line on the fight itself, there are different UFC prop bets that can be taken for an even bigger profit. One prop to look at is the exact method of victory where Luque by KO/TKO/DQ has the shortest odds at +225.
Luque has successfully knocked out his opponent 11 times in his UFC career and six of those have come in his last nine wins dating back to 2017.
Another bet that comes in with longer odds are for the fight to be under 3.6 rounds with +100 odds. For those that truly think Luque is going to finish this fight before the end, it is worth noting that since 2017, 6 of his 11 fights have all come to an end in the first two rounds as a result of him finishing off his opponents.
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