In March, former UFC two-division champion Conor McGregor (22-5-0) open as a -140 favorite to kill Dustin Poirier (27-6-0) in the main event of Saturday’s UFC 264 show held at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
It didn’t take long for McGregor he becomes a betting underdog, however, and this is a statute which the Frankish Irishman has held since Friday afternoon. (Expected bet lines from Friday at 4 pm ET.)
BetOnline.ag listed McGregor at +114 for Saturday’s head. Those who are confident in Poirier’s ability to score back wins against the largest sort of pay-per-view in the history of mixed martial arts could get the 32-year-old at -134 by next Friday. at noon.
McGregor did a light job of Poirier when they fought at £ 145 in September 2014, but both were very different fighters when they reunited at UFC 257 last January. Poirier did well to survive the first round that time and then stopped the former champion in the second due to the shock of many in the MMA community.
While Poirier has won two consecutive games, McGregor has dropped two of his last three and has not tasted victory since January 2020.