Holm vs. Radamie Fight Odds - UFC 208

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We have your Holm vs. Radamie fight odds for this Saturday night’s UFC 208 card.

Germaine de Randamie - o4.5 -135 -130

Holly Holm - u4.5 +115 +110


UFC 208: Holm vs. Radamie is the first UFC card to be held in Brooklyn, and it will be headlined by the first Women's Featherweight Championship fight in the history of the company. Former bantamweight champion Holly Holm hopes to add the 145-pound belt to her resume as she takes on Germaine de Randamie, while in the co-main event, former middleweight champion Anderson Silva faces Derek Brunson.

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Holly Holm vs. Germaine de Randamie – Women's Featherweight Championship Bout

Hom (10-2) has lost two straight as she was outpointed by Valentina Shevchenko in July, and that was after she was submitted by Miesha Tate for the bantamweight belt in March. Randamie (6-3) has won two straight since losing to current bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes in November 2013. This should be a striking exhibition as Holm is a former boxer with kickboxing skills, and Randamie is a Muay Thai specialist. Randamie was 1-1 in Strikeforce as a featherweight, so she has experience here. Holm has boxed at 145 pounds before, with varying success. Still, she has the championship pedigree, so Holm gets the edge here.

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