UFC 208 Undercard Odds For Saturday’s Fights – The Ultimate Fighting Championships are back in New York this Saturday, February 11th for their UFC 208 pay-per-view. the card is headlined by the first-ever women’s 145 pound UFC title fight set between Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie. The live event features 11 fights in all from the Barlcays Center and seven of the support fights will air on Fox Sports 1.
At flyweight, the return of “Uncle Creepy” Ian McCall (13-5-1) returns after a two year layoff to face undefeated (12-0) Jarred Brooks. McCall has faced off against many of the top names in the flyweight division and his resume includes a draw with divisional kingpin Demetrious Johnson. For his return McCall was scheduled to face aging Irish veteran Neil Seery in what was to be Seery’s retirement fight but a death in the family forced Seery to pull out of the fight. In steps UFC newcomer Brooks, who is already amping up the trash talk on Twitter.
@Unclecreepymma play with these nuts.. They can ride on your handlebar mustache
— Jarred Brooks (@The_monkeygod) January 30, 2017
Brazil’s 21-6 flyweight Wilson Reis is also on the card as he faces Japan’s Yuta Sasaki (19-3-2). Reis is trying to go to 6-2 overall in the UFC while Sasaki is trying for his third win in the UFC octagon and sports a 2-2 UFC record overall.
The rest of the Fox Sports 1 broadcast sees action in the lightweight and welterweight classes dominating the card.
At lightweight, veteran Phillipe Nover (11-7-1) will be looking to stop a two fight slide as he faces former World Series of Fighting stand out Rick Glenn (18-4-1). Glenn made his UFC debut this past September and he took a unanimous decision loss to Evan Dunham, so he will be looking to avoid a two fight slide himself.
A clash of lightweight veterans is also set as Dustin Poirier (20-5) takes on Jim Miller (28-8). Poirier had looked like a million bucks in winning four fights at 155 pounds since moving up in weight, but that all came to an end in less than two minutes in his last outing, when he was knocked out by Michael Johnson. Meanwhile the rugged Miller has been on the UFC roster since October of 2008 and his current three fight winning streak is his best run in the last five years.
In the welterweight division, veteran Roan Carneiro (21-10) is set to take on Ryan LaFlare (12-1). The lone loss on LaFlare’s record comes at the hands of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt Demian Maia and Carneiro is another veteran BJJ artist who could test LaFlare.
UFC 208 Undercard Odds For Saturday’s Fights
Check your local listings for the under card’s start times on Fox Sports 1. Below are the odds and the over/under lines for the FS1 portion of the card and don’t forget to check out our latest TalknShoot UFC blog for more details.
Welterweight 3 rounds – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, New York – FS1
Roan Carneiro +200 o2½ -230
Ryan LaFlare -280 u2½ +170
Flyweight 3 rounds –
Jarred Brooks +105 o2½ -230
Ian McCall -145 u2½ +170
Lightweight 3 rounds –
Islam Makhachev -195 o2½ -215
Nik Lentz +155 u2½ +165
Welterweight 3 rounds –
Belal Muhammad -105 o2½ -140
Randy Brown -135 u2½ +100
Yuta Sasaki +400 o2½ -170
Wilson Reis -600 u2½ +130
Lightweight 3 rounds –
Jim Miller +285 o2½ -135
Dustin Poirier -405 u2½ -105
Phillipe Nover +165 o2½ -190
Rick Glenn -215 u2½ +150
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