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Tale of the tape for Jeremy Stephens vs. Calvin Kattar

Jeremy Stephens and Calvin Kattar square off in a featherweight contender matchup at UFC 249. We break down the odds.

Jeremy Stephens reacts after the conclusion of round two of his featherweight bout against Yair Rodriguez during the UFC Fight Night event at TD Garden on October 18, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

UPDATE: Latest odds, betting splits for Stephens-Kattar

In the only featherweight bout on the main card at UFC 249, veteran and No. 7 ranked Jeremy Stephens takes on No. 9 Calvin Kattar in Jacksonville at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday night.

Kattar is 20-4 all time in MMA, and will be the favorite with his 4-2 record in UFC. He last fought six months ago in a decision loss to Zabit Magomedsharipov. He’s a striker with a submission attempt average of 0.0% in UFC, which means he’ll be trying to win this fight on his feet.

Stephens had his first fight in the UFC in 2007 on an undercard, and the headliner that night was Chuck Liddell. Stephens’ 28-17 record is that of a journeyman, and one that hasn’t won in his last four fights (three losses, one no contest). It’s hard to see Stephens competing for a title, as he’s never fought for a belt in his 13 years in UFC to date, but he can still provide a stern test for Kattar.

Here are the betting odds for Jeremy Stephens vs. Calvin Kattar at UFC 249 on May 9th:

Stephens vs. Kattar Odds

Info Stephens Kattar
Info Stephens Kattar
Record 28-17 20-4
ML Odds +206 -250
To Go the Distance Yes (-167) No (-123)
Total Rounds Over 2.5 (-182) Under 2.5 (+136)
To Win by KO, TKO or DQ +435 +290
To Win by Submission +2300 +1000
To Win by Decision +525 +110

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