UFC on ESPN+ Odds: Betting Lines & Props For Holloway vs. The Korean Zombie

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The UFC is in Singapore this weekend for an event that airs on Saturday morning in North America, and top betting sites have already released odds on Max Holloway vs. The Korean Zombie in the main event. The former UFC champ Holloway comes in as a heavy favorite at odds, while The Korean Zombie is at , making him the biggest underdog on the card.

Below, we’ll take a closer look at all the UFC betting odds for the entire fight card from Singapore on Saturday, Aug. 26.

UFC on ESPN+ odds for every fight

Use the list below to sort through UFC betting odds for Saturday’s event. If you see a bet you like, click the link to be directed to the sportsbook where you can place that wager.

Max Holloway vs. The Korean Zombie

Anthony Smith vs. Ryan Spann

Alex Caceres vs. Giga Chikadze

Fernie Garcia vs. Rinya Nakamura

Erin Blanchfield vs. Taila Santos

Parker Porter vs. Junior Tafa

Lukasz Brzeski vs. Waldo Cortes-Acosta

Garrett Armfield vs. Toshiomi Kazama

Michel Oleksiejczuk vs. Chidi Njokuani

Rolando Bedoya vs. Song Kenan

Billy Goff vs. Yusaku Kinoshita

JJ Aldrich vs. Liang Na

Jarno Errens vs. Seungwoo Choi

UFC on ESPN+ odds for Holloway vs. The Korean Zombie

Max Holloway vs. The Korean Zombie

Holloway (24-7 MMA, 20-7 UFC) has proven that he can still beat almost any fighter in the 145-pound division, with the notable exception of champion Alexander Volkanovski. He might be the best pure boxer in the weight class, if not all of the UFC. His takedown defense makes it tough to even test his ground game, which is also dangerous for those who do manage to get there.

The Korean Zombie (17-7 MMA, 7-4 UFC), whose real name is Jung Chan-sung, actually has an excellent submissions game, even if he doesn’t use it much. He became a fan favorite for his willingness to stand and brawl, and it’s his ability to withstand extreme physical punishment that made his nickname so iconic. But simply walking forward into punches probably won’t be enough against a fighter of Holloway’s caliber, which explains the lopsided betting odds here.

The UFC seems to have had enough of letting Holloway dismantle potential title contenders. Instead, it’s booking him into fun fights with other known fighters. These names atop a fight card do garner some attention. It just doesn’t figure to be a competitive fight, and it’s likely that not even the Zombie can withstand five full rounds of Holloway’s striking output.

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