Will the Entire World shock at UFC 235?
Can Jon Jones cement himself as the greatest?
Can Tyron Woodley defend his belt once again?
UFC 235 goes March 2nd in Las Vegas, Nevada, and it might be this year’s card. The card is completely piled with Ben Askren’s UFC debut two title fights, Cody Garbrandt fighting, and other top conflicts. The main card is dwell on pay-per-view at 10:00 p.m. ET, although even the prelims that kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET are piled.
Anthony Smith vs Jon Jones Odds
Fighter Anthony Smith vs Jon Jones Odds at Bovada
Anthony Smith +575
Jon Jones -950
02/24/19 was taken on by * Odds Fight with Recent History and Record Anthony Smith (31-13) has appeared unstoppable at light heavyweight since moving to the branch. He’s 3-0 with just two TKO/KO’s and one submission win to get him the title shot. He then filed title challenger Volkan Oezdemir and beat Rashad Evans, former winners and Shogun Rua. The veteran was a”gatekeeper” of the middleweight division, but now looks like a legitimate threat at light heavyweight.
Anthony Smith was a”gatekeeper” of the middleweight division, but now looks like a legitimate threat at light heavyweight.
Jon Jones (23-1 and a single no-contest) should really be undefeated because his sole loss is a result of a disqualification. Jones may go down as the very best, as he holds wins over Alexander Gustafsson, twice, Daniel Cormier, and a lot of other top boxers. Jones has said he wishes to combat regularly and is back after having a USADA suspension.
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