UFC Fight Night
Tom Aspinall (12-3) vs Marcin Tybura (23-7)
-470 Moneyline +345
The heavyweight fight between Tom Aspinall and Marcin Tybura is scheduled to take place at the O2 center in London, England. Both fighters have made weight comfortably, with Aspinall weighing in at 258 pounds and Tybura weighing in at 245 pounds. Aspinall has been absent from the octagon since he injured his knee against Curtis Blaydes in July 2022. Prior to his injury, Aspinall was unbeaten in his UFC career with a record of 5-0 and considered one of the most intriguing heavyweights in the division. Aspinall is the favorite to win the fight with -500 Vegas odds, while Tybura is the underdog with +380 odds. Despite a disappointing start to his UFC career, Tybura has won seven of his last eight fights and will be looking to extend his win total tonight.
Molly Mcann (13-5) vs Julija Stoliarenko (10-6-1)
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Molly McCann and Julija Stoliarenko have made the 125-pound weight limit, making their upcoming fight official. McCann is looking to rebound from a first-round submission loss to Erin Blanchfield, which ended her three-fight winning streak. Although McCann is a skilled boxer, her ground game has been a weakness, which has been exposed in all four of her UFC losses. Despite this, McCann is still favored to win the fight at -210 Vegas odds. However, Stoliarenko’s grappling skills match up well against McCann’s weaknesses. Stoliarenko is the underdog with +175 odds, having lost her last fight to Chelsea Chandler in October 2022. She lost her first attempt to get a UFC contract in 2018 but won the Invicta title in 2020 after moving down to the bantamweight category. Although she has only won one of her four UFC fights, Stoliarenko’s grappling skills are impressive, with a black belt in BJJ and all ten of her career wins coming by submission, nine of which were armbar submissions.
Nathaniel Wood (19-5) vs Andre Fili (22-9)
-210 Moneyline +170
Nathaniel Wood and Andre Fili will face each other in a featherweight bout at a 145-pound catch weight. Wood has won his last two fights after losing to Casey Kenney. He is the hometown favorite and the Vegas odds favorite at -220 against Fili. Despite giving up five inches in height and reach to Fili, Wood lands on average 6.34 significant strikes per minute and has good cardio. He has also improved his takedowns, landing 1.81 takedowns per 15 minutes to become a well-rounded fighter. Fili’s last fight was against Bill Algeo, which he won by split decision despite not performing well. Fili’s strength is his wrestling, averaging 2.83 takedowns per fight. The veteran is the underdog in this fight with +180 odds and if Andre wishes to win this fight he will have to bring his A game tonight.