Early Preview: UFC Fight Night Predictions, Vegas Odds, How to Watch, Confirmed Bouts

  • UFC Fight Night: Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo.
  • 14 bouts scheduled to take place across event’s Prelims and Main Card.
  • All you need to know about Saturday’s Fight Night, including early Vegas odds…

Following a two-week break, the UFC is set to return to the Apex Centre on December 4.

As things stand, there will be 14 bouts that take place across the event’s Prelims and Main Card.

Stand-out matchups include a feature middleweight Prelim bout between Maki Pitolo and Dusko Todorovic before Brendan Allen and Chris Curtis kick off the Main Card.

Elsewhere, light heavyweight contender Jimmy Crute will be making his first appearance since injuring his knee against Anthony Smith at UFC 261 earlier this year. The American will be taking on Jamahal Hill, who will be looking for his third UFC victory since winning a contract on Dana White’s Contender Series.

All road will lead to the main event though with top-five ranked bantamweights Rob Font and Jose Aldo set to throw down in a fight that has the potential to propel the winner towards a title shot.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Aldo

  • Location: Apex Centre, Las Vegas, USA.
  • Date: December 4, 2021.
  • Time: Prelims 7 p.m et | Main Card 10 p.m et
  • Channel: UFC Fight Pass and ESPN+.

Announced Bouts


  • Bantamweight: Louis Smolka vs. Vince Morales
  • Welterweight: Alex Morono vs. Mickey Gall
  • Light Heavyweight: Philipe Lins vs. Azamat Murzakanov
  • Lightweight: Claudio Puelles vs. Chris Gruetzemacher
  • Light Heavyweight: Alonzo Menifield vs. William Knight
  • Women’s Bantamweight: Cheyanne Vlismas
  • Welterweight: Jake Matthews vs. Jeremiah Wells
  • Flyweight: Manel Kape vs. Zhalgas Zhumagulov
  • Middleweight: Maki Pitolo vs. Dusko Todorovic

Main Card and Vegas Odds

Middleweight: Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis

FighterMoneyline Odds
Brendan Allen-350
Chris Curtis+285

Making just his second appearance in the UFC, Ohio’s Curtis, who is riding a six-fight win streak, will be facing his biggest challenge yet when he comes up against Allen.

Allen is 5-1 in his last six UFC fights, with his only loss coming against top 10 contender Sean Strickland.

It is fair to say, by looking at the opening odds, that the oddsmakers are fancying Allen to pick up the 18th win of his professional career.

Light Heavyweight: Jimmy Crute vs. Jamahal Hill

FighterMoneyline Odds
Jimmy Crute-220
Jamahal Hill+185

Set to return following an eight-month lay-off due to injury, Crute will be hoping to pick up the 13th win of his professional career with a win against Hill, who will come into Saturday’s bout off the back of a loss against Paul Craig.

Lightweight: Clay Guida vs. Leonardo Santos

FighterMoneyline Odds
Clay Guida-185
Leonardo Santos+160

This weekend will see veteran Clay Guida compete in his 57th professional fight.

The American fan-favorite, who is currently 1-4 in his last five UFC fights, will know that anything less than a victory against Brazilian Leonardo Santos could see his future in the promotion come under threat.

Lightweight: Brad Riddell vs. Rafael Fiziev

FighterMoneyline Odds
Brad Riddell-105
Rafael Fiziev-115

Looking to extend his four-fight unbeaten run in the UFC, lightweight Brad Riddell will be desperate to get the better of Rafael Fiziev.

However, with the highly-rated Kyrgyzstani looking to improve on his own four-fight hot streak, Saturday night’s co-main event has the potential to claim ‘Fight of the Night’.

Bantamweight: Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo

FighterMoneyline Odds
Rob Font-139
Jose Aldo-119

This weekend’s main event will see Font and Aldo, both of whom are top-five ranked bantamweights, collide for the chance to move closer to a shot at the champion.

Both fighters are impressing at 135 lb and that is echoed by the fact the oddsmakers can barely split them apart.

Saturday night’s winner is almost certain to be next in line to fight for the title – even though fans still don’t know if that will be against interim Petr Yan or outright champion Aljamain Sterling.

Leah is a British sports writer who specialises in MMA and soccer betting. In her spare time, Leah enjoys playing poker and listening to American Hip Hop.

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