The bookmakers have priced up the Sergei Pavlovich v Tom Aspinall odds and there’s little to split the two fighters in the eyes of the bookmakers. Most of the bookies have the Brit as the slight favourite to land a victory, although it’s set to be an enthralling contest at UFC 295 and there are sure to be lots of bets placed on either fighter.

As we get closer to the action starting on Sunday 12 November, you should expect more UFC betting odds to become available, with customers enjoying the chance to bet on method of victory and the round in which a particular fighter will be successful.

Aspinall has a solid record when it comes to MMA, with the thirty-year-old having fought sixteen times and there have been thirteen wins recorded. It’s worth noting that ten of these thirteen triumphs have been by knockout, while the other three have been by submission.

However, there have been three losses and the UFC odds illustrate that the Salford-based fighter is far from certain to record a victory this time around. There will be plenty of motivation on his part thanks to the fact that this is an Interim UFC Heavyweight Championship fight, with Sergei Pavlovich coming into the bout with an enviable record of his own.

The Sergei Pavlovich v Tom Aspinall betting odds outline that the Russian has a strong chance of landing a win of his own, especially as the outsider has secured eighteen wins in nineteen encounters. Many punters will be keen to get him onside given that there’s only been one defeat suffered and that makes him a dangerous fighter.

Aspinall has certainly alluded to the fact that he respects Pavlovich when it comes to this heavyweight clash, with the Russian really impressive when recording a victory over Curtis Blaydes on 22 April. At UFC Fight Night 222, the fighter was able to win via TKO in the first round and that led to him being awarded the Performance of the Night.

Indeed, many will want to back him when it comes to the Sergei Pavlovich v Tom Aspinall betting odds considering that he boasts a number of accolades. There have been four Performance Of The Night awards during UFC Fight Nights, while Pavlovich currently holds the record for the longest first round knockout win streak in UFC history.

He’s also tied for the second longest knockout win streak in the history of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, with Pavlovich having the enviable record of achieving the most knockdowns per fifteen minutes in UFC history.

The only fighter to have lowered Pavlovich’s colours was Alistair Overeem when the two fighters met on 24 November 2018. That defeat was by Technical Knock Out on punches, with Pavlovich having since embarked on a six-fight winning run and there will be a quiet confidence in his camp.

Nevertheless, the bookies aren’t usually far away when it comes to their UFC betting odds and they are impressed enough by the calibre of Tom Aspinall and he earned the Performance of the Night on 22 July 2023 when beating Marcin Tybura, even if he was also defeated that evening when losing to Curtis Blaydes due to a knee injury.

Aspinall has come a long way since his heavyweight debut back in December 2014 and this represents an opportunity to become interim heavyweight champion, with the thirty-year-old confident of achieving a success despite having limited preparation time when it comes to tackling the Russian.

UFC 295 odds are now available for what should be an entertaining night of Mixed Martial Arts, with Madison Square Garden in New York playing host to a card packed with quality bouts. Although customers will be enjoying the chance to wager on the Sergei Pavlovich v Tom Aspinall odds, this fight is actually on the undercard.

The headline event will see Jiří Procházka take on Alex Pereira in a light heavyweight clash and the UFC odds suggest that it’s the latter who is favourite to land a victory, with the thirty-six year-old having landed eight victories from his ten fights to date. Six have been achieved by a knockout, although Procházka is also a steely competitor.

However, many will be most looking forward to wagering on the Pavlovich v Aspinall odds and we recommend comparing the UFC betting odds to make sure you get the biggest price about the fighter that you want to back. There’s the choice to either wager on your selection as a single or alternatively as part of a UFC accumulator bet.

It should also be noted that there will be Pavlovich v Aspinall betting odds with some bookmakers when the fight starts. Many customers enjoy the chance to wager In-Play on the action, with the prices moving in accordance with what is happening in the cage. There can be a chance to observe the early patterns of the fight.

However, the downside to In-Fight betting is that the bout can often be decided in the first round and that is particularly the case in a lot of Sergei Pavlovich fights. Therefore, customers need to decide their plan of attack and there is a case to be made for either fighter when it comes to betting on UFC 295.

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