UFC Fight Night: Aspinall vs. Tybura Betting Lines & Match Props

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Latest UFC Fight Night Odds, Betting Lines, and Fight Props for Aspinall vs Tybura in London

The UFC is headed to London for a UFC Fight Night event that will stream live on ESPN+ this Saturday afternoon. Online sportsbooks have already released UFC odds for every fight on the card. In the main event, heavyweight contender Tom Aspinall () makes his return from a serious knee injury to battle veteran heavyweight Marcin Tybura () at The O2 arena.

Below, we’ll take a closer look at the best betting odds for every fight, along with analysis of some main card action. Compare UFC odds at top sports betting sites and click the odds to place your bet at the desired sportsbook.

UFC Fight Night: Aspinall vs. Tybura preview

Main event: Tom Aspinall () vs. Marcin Tybura ()

This main event will be Aspinall’s first fight back after his knee injury against Curtis Blaydes last summer. That injury resulted in his first UFC loss via injury TKO. It also came so early in the fight that we never got a chance to find out whether Aspinall (12-3 MMA, 5-1 UFC) was ready for a heavyweight challenge on the level of Blaydes.

Tybura (24-7 MMA, 11-6 UFC) is a different kind of test. While he might not look like the most impressive physical specimen, he is deceptively athletic and well-rounded. After reeling off five straight wins in the UFC, he dropped a decision to Alexander Volkov in 2021.

He’s since rebounded with back-to-back victories, both via decision. He’s also seen the scorecards in his last three fights, and six of his last eight, which is somewhat uncommon for a heavyweight.

If Aspinall is at full power, physically and mentally, he should have a lot of advantages in this fight. He’s the bigger man and potentially faster. He’s got decent submissions but also some fight-finishing ground-and-pound once he gets opponents on their backs.

But a lot of fighters have struggled in their first bout after a serious injury. Here, he’s once again fighting in front of a home crowd in London, which adds extra pressure to perform. Tybura isn’t an easy fighter to put away. His plan will likely be to test Aspinall’s conditioning after the long layoff by pushing him into the later rounds.

In his entire pro career, Aspinall has never been past the second round. Tybura has gone the distance in three-rounders 11 times. He also saw the scorecards in the only five-round main event he’s had inside the UFC.

A slower, longer fight is probably Tybura’s best chance to pull off the upset. If it’s the other kind of heavyweight fight — nasty, brutish, and short — that should favor Aspinall.

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Co-main event: Molly McCann () vs. Julija Stoliarenko ()

The UFC seems to have an affinity for McCann (13-5 MMA, 6-4 UFC), especially on fight cards across the Atlantic. The flyweight out of Liverpool is a fan favorite in the UK, but she’s also somewhat limited as a fighter.

Her last time out in November, the UFC overmatched her against Erin Blanchfield, and the result was a one-sided submission loss for McCann that was over almost as soon as it started. This time she’s getting an opponent who knows her way around the submissions that have sometimes been a problem for McCann.

Stoliarenko (10-7-2 MMA, 1-4 UFC) is coming down in weight for this fight after losing four of her last five at bantamweight. She’s competed most of her career at 135 pounds and had her last fight at a 140-pound catchweight. Dropping down to 125 pounds here could present some challenges for a taller fighter like Stoliarenko, but she may need a change after going 1-4 since signing with the UFC.

Once McCann gets some momentum going on the feet, she can be hard to stop. Stoliarenko suffered a TKO loss in her last fight and has never finished a fight with strikes. Submissions account for 90% of her wins, so she likely needs to get this fight on the mat.

It could be hard to win a decision against McCann in London, so Stoliarenko might be wise to bank it all on finishing this fight with a submission.

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Main card odds

Tom Aspinall Marcin Tybura
Molly McCann Julija Stoliarenko
Nathaniel Wood Andre Fili
Paul Craig André Muniz
Jai Herbert Farès Ziam
Lerone Murphy Joshua Culibao

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Prelim card odds

Davey Grant +120Daniel Marcos -140
Danny Roberts +100Jonny Parsons -120
Marc Diakiese +155Joel Alvarez -180
Mick Parkin +135Jamal Pogues -160
Makhmud Muradov -280Bryan Barberena +230
Ketlen Viera -160Pannie Kianzad +135
Chris Duncan -130Yanal Ashmoz +110
Shauna Bannon +125Bruna Brasil -150
Jafel Filho -125Daniel Bárez +105

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