UFC 204: Bisping vs Henderson 2 Odds + Predictions


Longtime fans of the UFC surely remember the knockout of Michael Bisping at the hands of Dan Henderson. Now, at UFC 204, Bisping has his chance at settling the score. Check out betting odds for UFC 204 and our predictions for the fights…

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Bisping (-235) vs Henderson (+175)

When Michael Bisping was knocked out by Dan Henderson at UFC 100, it was one of the more memorable KO’s in MMA history. However, that was way back in 2009, and since then Henderson has aged dramatically in the sport, while Bisping still looks in good form, currently riding a 4-fight win streak with victories over Anderson Silva and Luke Rockhold.

Bisping was well on his way to out-pointing Henderson in the first fight (until he got caught), and he should be able to get it right this time against a much slower version of Dan Henderson.

Prediction: Michael Bisping (-225)

Gegard Mousasi (-325) vs Vitor Belfort (+250)

In another fight between two MMA veterans, the ageless Vitor Belfort has been around since UFC 12, while Mousasi was a longtime competitor in the now defunct PRIDE fighting championship. Much talk has been made about Vitor Belfort and his use of TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) and how he has fallen off dramatically since he is no longer allowed to use it.

For much of his career Belfort has been known as a ‘berserker’ and most of his fights have ended in the first round. Now that he is off the TRT, look for a more subdued Belfort to go later in the fight with Mousasi.

Prediction: Over 1.5 rounds

Jimi Manuwa (+125) vs Ovince St. Preux (-160)

Ovince St. Preux, or OSP, is coming of a loss to Jon Jones in which he suffered a broken arm. While OSP is a gifted athlete, he has shown signs of fatigue in the Octagon.  If Jimi Manuwa can avoid the takedown and keep this fight standing, he could put him OSP to the test with his striking.

Manuwa is a skilled kickboxer and OSP will have to block those kicks with his newly healed arm and that could pose some problems for him in this fight.

Prediction: Jimi Manuwa (+125)

Stefan Struve (-195) vs Daniel Omielanczuk (+155)

Avid MMA fans are familiar with Stefan Struve, though only the most hardcore fans know about Daniel Omielanczuk, who is a Polish fighter that competed mostly in Europe until joining the UFC and compiling a 4-2 record.

Struve has been shaky as of late, and his wins over Nogueria and Silva are not as good as they look on paper, as those fighters were well past their prime. Look for an upset here.

Prediction: Daniel Omielanczuk (+155)