UFC 240: Max Holloway vs. Frankie Edgar Odds and Fight Preview

UFC 240: Max Holloway vs. Frankie Edgar Odds and Fight Preview

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We’re heading straight to UFC 240, and it is time for a clash between the young champ, and the veteran contender.

It’s the third time these two fighters have been booked to get in the octagon together.

The first time Edgar got injured and wasn’t able to fight Holloway at UFC 218. And then it was “Blessed” who couldn’t fight Edgar at UFC 222, also due to injury.

Now, many critics believe this bout is all about attracting a big chunk of audience.

This is a pay per view card, and, according to those in the know, the reason why Edgar was given the shot at the title is that UFC 240 was lacking big names.

In the opinion of many, the right choice for a title contender was Alexander Volkanovski, as the Aussie fighter have been taking down opponents like crazy, and hasn’t lost a match since 2013.

He’s also similar in age to Holloway, and his good performances are a loud indication that he genuinely wants a title chance.

With that said, Max Holloway vs. Frankie Edgar odds are currently on the plate, and so the question is: can “The Answer” really beat Holloway? Or is the legend on his way to a significant loss?

UFC 240 Betting Odds: If You Want to Be the Best, You Need to Beat The “Blessed”

Max “Blessed” Holloway is on the warpath! He’s so well conditioned and so aware of his incredible abilities...

He has a decade in age advantage over Edgar and is also taller.

On the other hand, Frankie Edgar is a fan favorite, and also a legend, and is ready to fight until the end, just like Holloway.

Fighter Accomplishments

Now, to make the very best choice when it comes to picking up your favorite UFC 240 betting odds, it’s also key to know how well these two fighters have performed throughout their careers:

Max Holloway:

  • Mixed martial arts record: 20 victories and 4 losses
  • Interim UFC Featherweight Championship (1 time)
  • UFC Featherweight Championship (1 time)
  • Knockout of the Night: 1 time, versus Will Chope
  • Fight of the Night: 3 times, versus Jose Aldo, Brian Ortega, and Dustin Poirier.
  • Performance of the Night: 4 times, versus Akira Corassani, Cub Swanson, Anthony Pettis, and Brian Ortega

Frank Edgar:

  • Mixed martial arts record: 23 victories and 6 losses
  • UFC Lightweight Championship (1 time)
  • Fight of the Night: 7 times, versus Tyson Griffin, Hermes Franca, Matt Veach, Gray Maynard, Benson Henderson, Jose Aldo, and Charles Oliveira.
  • Knockout of the Night: 1 time, versus Gray Maynard
  • Performance of the Night: 2 times, versus Cub Swanson and Chad Mendes

As you can see, when it comes to MMA records, these two fighters are quite similar in terms of results, and this bout is going to give both the chance to prove their fans who’s really number one.

So, if you’re interested in betting this fight, or other MMA bouts, we invite you to check out the Best UFC betting Odds! Good luck!