UFC Fight Night: Stephen Thompson vs Kevin Holland- Age, height, record, stats and other comparisons
UFC Orlando: UFC Fight Night: The main event of the upcoming UFC on ESPN 42 is on December 3 at the Amway…
UFC Orlando: UFC Fight Night: The main event of the upcoming UFC on ESPN 42 is on December 3 at the Amway Center in Florida, featuring UFC fan favorites Stephen Thompson and Kevin Holland. Let’s compare the fighters’ stats, height, weight, reach, and UFC victories. For UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN
UFC Fight Night: Stephen Thompson vs Kevin Holland: Stats comparison
NMF (Nicest Motherf***er) Stephen Thompson is six feet tall and weighed 170.5 pounds before his most recent match. The orthodox fighter, a former unbeaten kickboxer, has a reach of 75 inches. The former two-time UFC welterweight title challenger known as “Wonderboy” has a winning record of 11 victories against six defeats and one draw. His overall mixed martial arts record is 16-6-1.
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— UFC (@ufc) November 27, 2022
In contrast, Kevin Holland, who is 6’3 and possesses 81 inches of reach, outgrows Thompson by three inches in height. The ‘Trailblazer’ will face Thompson at welterweight, although the UFC database lists his weight at 189 lbs. Holland should therefore weigh no more than 171 lbs. The Texan’s UFC record is ten victories, five defeats, and one no-contest (NC). His respectable 23-8-0 pro MMA record speaks for itself (1 NC).
Stephen Thompson vs Kevin Holland: Betting Odds
Interestingly, Stephen Thompson and Kevin Holland are assigned the same odds of winning at UFC on ESPN 42 according to the current odds on DraftKings Sportsbook. The chances of winning the fight are presently -110 for each fighter. This means that if the fighter the user bets on wins the match, a $1000 gamble on either of the two guys might result in a payout of $1,909.
UFC Fight Night 216 Main card
- Stephen Thompson vs Kevin Holland (welterweight)
- Bryan Barberena vs Rafael dos Anjos (welterweight)
- Matheus Nicolau vs Matt Schnell (flyweight)
- Sergei Pavlovich vs Tai Tuivasa (heavyweight)
- Derek Brunson vs Jack Hermansson (middleweight)
- Eryk Anders vs Kyle Daukaus (middleweight)