UFC 221 Full Card with Current Odds (Saturday Update)

Robert Vallejos, MMATORCH Contributor

UFC 221 will take place on Feb. 10 from the Perth Arena, in Perth Australia. The card will be headlined by an interim middleweight title fight between Yoel Romero and Luke Rockhold.

UFC 221 will be headlined by a  middleweight  clash between Yoel Romero and Luke Rockhold. The fight was originally set to be an interim middleweight title fight, however, Romero failed to reach the 185 lb weight limit.

If Rockhold wins, he will be crowned interim champion; Romero will not be eligible to obtain the title in victory.

Originally the card was scheduled to be a middleweight title fight between undisputed champion Robert Whittaker and Rockhold. However, Whittaker was forced to withdraw due to injury in January.

On the under card, veteran heavyweight Mark Hunt will face Curtis Blaydes. This will be the first time Hunt will compete in the UFC since being pulled from a UFC Fight Night 121 in November of 2017, due to comments Hunt made regarding possible indications of severe brain trauma. Hunt is still engaged in a lawsuit against the UFC, as a result of Hunt’s UFC 200 opponent Brock Lesnar failing two drug tests prior to their fight.

Here is a a rundown of the entire UFC 221 card, including current odds according to BOVADA:

Early Prelims (UFC Fight Pass)

Welterweight Luke Jumeau(12-4) vs. Daichi Abe(6-0)

Daichi Abe -1450

Luke Jumeau +115

Bantamweight Teruto Ishihara(11-4-2) vs. José Alberto Quiñónez(7-2)

José Alberto Quiñónez –155

Teruto Ishihara +125

Lightweight Ross Pearson(21-12-0, 1NC) vs. Mizuto Hirota(19-8-2)

Ross Pearson -155

Mizuto Hirota +125

Prelims (FS1)

Flyweight #4 Jussier Formiga(20-5) vs. #8 Ben Nguyen(17-6)

Jussier Formiga -125

Ben Nguyen -105

Featherweight Jeremy Kennedy(11-0) vs. Alexander Volkanovski(16-1)

Alexander Volkanovski -225

Jeremy Kennedy +175

Middleweight Rob Wilkinson(11-1) vs. Israel Adesanya(11-0)

Israel Adesanya -350

Rob Wilkinson +265

Lightweight Damien Brown(17-11) vs. Dong Hyun Kim(15-8-3)

Dong Hyun Kim -135

Damien Brown +105

Main Card (pay-per-view)

Light heavyweight #13 Tyson Pedro(6-1) vs. Saparbek Safarov(8-1)

Tyson Pedro -285

Saparbek Safarov +225

Welterweight Jake Matthews(12-3) vs. Li Jingliang(14-4)

Li Jingliang -155

Jake Matthews +125

Heavyweight Tai Tuivasa(8-0) vs. Cyril Asker(9-3)

Tai Tuivasa -275

Cyril Asker +215

Heavyweight #5 Mark Hunt(13-11-1, 1NC) vs. #9 Curtis Blaydes(8-1-0, 1NC)

Curtis Blaydes -170

Mark Hunt +140

Interim middleweight championship(Only Rockhold can win the title) Yoel Romero(12-2) vs. Luke Rockhold(16-3)

Luke Rockhold -175

Yoel Romero +145

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