Here are the Aljamain Sterling vs. Henry Cejudo Odds & Prediction for UFC 288.
The first odds for UFC 288, where Aljamain Sterling is -120 and Henry Cejudo is +100, will be soon live. This is Henry Cejudo’s first fight since May 2020, and he’s right back in the running for the title.
We give an early betting pick for the UFC 288 match between Sterling and Cejudo.
Aljamain Sterling, who was the UFC bantamweight champion, will return to fight Henry Cejudo, who was the UFC winner in two different weight classes. Can “Triple C” beat Aljo after a long break and against all odds?
On May 6, UFC 288 will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The main event will be Sterling vs. Cejudo. We look at the latest odds for Sterling vs. Cejudo and then tell you which way to bet.
Sterling vs Cejudo UFC 288 Odds
*UFC 288 Odds subject to change
YouWager.lv Sportsbook gives Aljamain Sterling a -120 advantage over Henry Cejudo, who is a +100 underdog. It is believed that giving “Triple C” plus money odds on the betting line will swing the odds in his favor. As usual for Aljamain Sterling, the odds at internet sportsbooks are close. Bet $120, win $100 on “The Funkmaster”
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Aljamain Sterling vs Henry Cejudo Prediction
After beating former UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw by TKO in the second round at UFC 280, 33-year-old Sterling successfully held his title.
But Dillashaw got hurt during the fight, and many people think Sterling will defend his title without question in his next fight. Still, this could be tough because “Funk Master” is set to fight Cejudo, who is coming back to the MMA Octagon for the first time since May 2020.
Cejudo, who is now 36 years old, has been out of action for almost three years since he said he was done with sports. His last fight was at UFC 249. It was against Dominick Cruz, and he won by TKO to retain his UFC bantamweight title. Since then, Cejudo has focused on running his Fight Ready gym and teaching some of the biggest names in the sport, like Jon Jones.
Even though he hasn’t been in the Octagon for a while, Cejudo has kept working hard and made it clear that he wants to get back in. Now, his dream is about to come true. He is getting ready to fight for a title again in just two months.
After being away from the sport for so long, many people are interested to see if Cejudo still has what it takes to fight at the highest level. But some people think he still has what it takes to be a top boxer because of his impressive record and the fact that he still trains for the sport.
No matter what happens, Cejudo’s return to the Octagon is going to be a big deal in the world of mixed martial arts, and fans can’t wait to see “Triple C” in action again.
Sterling’s style of fighting has gotten better as he has fought in more championship-level fights. He moves and hits in ways that could give Cejudo trouble, especially if Cejudo has slowed down because of the long break.
Overall, the fight could go either way, according to the opening odds. My early prediction is that a hungry and determined Henry Cejudo will come back strong and try to stop Sterling before the third round.
Betting Pick: Henry Cejudo by TKO/KO.
UFC 288 Card
- Aljamain Sterling vs. Henry Cejudo
- Charles Oliveira vs. Beneil Dariush
- Bryce Mitchell vs. Jonathan Pearce
- Jessica Andrade vs. Yan Xiaonan
- Kron Gracie vs. Charles Jourdain
- Marina Rodriguez vs. Virna Jandiroba
- Devin Clark vs. Kennedy Nzechukwu
- Andre Petroski vs. Armen Petrosyan
- Nate Maness vs. Zhalgas Zhumagulov
- Khaos Williams vs. Rolando Bedoya
- Johnny Muñoz Jr. vs. Daniel Santos