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How and Where to Bet on UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns (May 30, 2020)

| May 28, 2020 1:57 am PDT
Woodley vs. Burns for May 30, 2020

Betting on Tyron Woodley to beat Gilbert Burns? Perhaps you fancy Antonina Shevchenko to make it 2-0 for the famous sisters over Katlyn Chookagian?

In reality, there are numerous bets to make on UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns. But ultimately, you get to make the decision on where your money is going. It’s as simple as that. 

Well, almost. Before you can place your bets, you’re going to need a betting site, and I’ll be showing you how to get that done before fight night this Saturday, May 30. More than that, I have some UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns odds, bets, value picks, and more to help you make it a night to remember.

In a world that is seriously short on sports right now, the UFC has pulled through for us again. And I can’t wait to see if this event matches up to the three that have preceded it in recent times.

So, allow me to introduce you to everything you need to know about how and where to bet on UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns.

Where to Bet on UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns

Nowhere to bet on the UFC fights? No worries, the sites above are catered to fans looking to place bets on Woodley vs. Burns, as well as the other fights on the card.

Before you can think realistically about winning money on the fights, you’re going to need a sportsbook to take your bets. The good news is that our ranked UFC betting sites make signing up as easy as pie — it won’t take long before you are signed up and ready to go.

Naturally, you might have some questions to ask before you open an account with any of the sites above. If that is the case, you can read more about the safety and quality of them all over on our recommended UFC betting sites page.

Moving on, let’s check out some odds!

UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns Odds

  • Woodley vs. Burns; Woodley -185, Burns +150
  • Ivanov vs. Sakai; Ivanov -115, Sakai -115
  • Dern vs. Cifers; Dern -400, Cifers +300
  • Shevchenko vs. Chookagian; Shevchenko -145, Chookagian +115
  • Quarantillo vs. Carlyle; Quarantillo -145, Carlyle +11
  • Kenney vs. Smolka; Kenney -280, Smolka +220
  • Gutierrez vs. Morales; Gutierrez -120, Morales -110
  • Rodriguez vs. Green; Rodriguez -300, Green +230
  • Hill vs. Abreu; Hill -135, Abreu +105
  • Roberts vs. Weaver; Roberts -335, Weaver +255
  • Elliott vs. Royval; Elliott -170, Royval +140

The odds above come courtesy of the Bovada sportsbook. They are subject to change, so make sure you’re happy with the odds before you place your bets on any of the fights above.

As you can see, Tyron Woodley enters his main event fight with Gilbert Burns as the favorite to win. The former UFC welterweight champion makes his return to the promotion following 14 months out. In his last fight, Woodley was dethroned from the top of the 170-pound division by Kamaru Usman.

Blagoy Ivanov vs. Augusto Sakai is your co-main event. Both guys will be looking to make big statements in this fight, which is made even more exciting by the fact that the bookies cannot separate the two. But can you?

Here’s my take on the fights above. 

UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns Predictions

  • Woodley to Beat Burns by KO/TKO
  • Ivanov to Beat Sakai by Decision
  • Rodriguez to Beat Holland by Submission
  • Roberts to Beat Weaver by Decision
  • Dern to Beat Cifers by Submission
  • Chookagian to Beat Shevchenko by Decision
  • Quarantillo to Beat Carlyle by KO/TKO
  • Abreu to Beat Hill by Decision
  • Elliott to Beat Royval by Decision
  • Kenney to Beat Smolka by Decision
  • Gutierrez to Beat Morales by Decision

You can check out a little more about my picks on my UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns predictions piece.

I talk a little about how I see all fights going and why I have chosen the fighters above to come out on top. I have also covered the best bets to make on the Woodley vs. Burns card, so check these out if you’re struggling to find the right bets.

Best Bets for UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns

  • Tyron Woodley to Win -190
  • Blagoy Ivanov to Win -115
  • Mackenzie Dern to Win Inside the Distance -155
  • Katlyn Chookagian to Win +115

In my UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns best bets piece, I chose Woodley, Ivanov, Dern, and Chookagian to win. You can check out an explanation on all four picks by hitting that link above. 

There is no doubt that the odds for Ivanov and Chookagian, in particular, could make for more punters backing the other fighter. So, if it’s bigger and better odds you’re after, you might be interested in the following picks.

UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns Sleepers/Value Picks

  • Sakai Wins Inside the Distance +275
  • Shevchenko Wins Inside the Distance +475
  • Carlyle Wins by Decision +550

When betting on any UFC card, bigger odds comes with a greater risk.

That said, my three value picks/sleepers all have a genuine chance of winning. Especially when you factor in the smaller Octagon that fighters will have to deal with on the night. When that news was confirmed, I had to consider things from a new perspective and envisage how the likes of Sakai, Shevchenko, and Carlyle could win.

What do you think? Are the odds above worth a shot?

And That’s It

UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns has the makings of a great night of action, so don’t miss it.

Personally, I can’t wait to see how Woodley performs on the night. Additionally, the co-main between Ivanov and Sakai should be an absolute war. Although some of the fighters are a little unknown to casual fans, I can guarantee you that you will be impressed with the quality of the prelims, which is always nice to know.

Anyway, that’s me done for the fights this weekend. But don’t forget that we have Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer at UFC 250 on June 6. I will be covering the best UFC 250 odds, bets, and fights over the course of the next week. 

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Adam Haynes

Adam is a sports writer and tipster with a strong background in MMA, boxing, and combat sports.

When Adam isn't writing about those, as well as politics, rugby, and Gaelic Games, he can be found working on methods and strategies to beat the bookies.

For his troubles, Adam is a fan of Leinster Rugby, Glasgow Celtic, and trusting the process.

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