UFC on ESPN 2: Barboza vs. Gaethje marks the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s go back to the Town of Brother Love for first time since UFC 133 at 2011, when Rashad Evans vs. Tito Ortiz was the Primary event.

Both men now are know for their explosive displays that are remarkable, however if it is going to perform in this manner is anybody ’so guess, since they’re fighting to remain relevant from the 155-pound branch ’s name picture.

Barboza (20-6) needed his championship aspirations crushed by backtoback reductions to Khabib Nurmagomedov and Kevin Lee. Nurmagomedov is currently the reigning UFC lightweight champion.

Gaethje (19-2) exploded onto the UFC scene following and undefeated beginning to his career that led to a global collection of Fighting title run. He had his progress ceased by 2 consecutive losses. He dropped spells to Eddie Alvarez along with Dustin Poirier. Alvarez has moved to at least one Championship, while Poirier is slated to fight featherweight champion Max Holloway for the interim UFC lightweight title at UFC 236 the following month at Atlanta.

Oddsmakers appear to be having almost as difficult a time predicting a success as anyone else, as the odds are tight about this 1. Lately Thursday, Barboza was a small favorite, based on MMAWeekly.com chances partner MyBookie. An bet on Barboza would necessitate $135 to make a $100 prize, while a $100 stake on Gaethje would result in exactly the same $100 prize.  (Use the promo code MMAWEEKLY to find yourself a 50 percent signup bonus in MyBookie.)

The UFC on ESPN 2 includes middle weight veterans David Branch and Jack Hermansson, but most eyeballs will be glued into the characteristic battle between top strawweight contenders Karolina Kowalkiewicz along with Michelle Waterson. Both of the spells are remaining fairly close on the board also.

(by March 28, 2018, Thanks to MyBookie)

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