UFC on ABC: Vettori vs Holland Preview - 4/10/21

The UFC returns to the Apex center in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 10th. After Covid decimated the last card (reducing it to 10 fights), the UFC is piling up 15 fights for this one.

Originally headlined by Darren Till and Marvin Vettori, Till pulled out due to injury last week. Stepping in is the trash talking Kevil Holland on short notice. He was largely laid on for 25 minutes by Derek Brunson a few weeks ago.

The main card has some intriguing matchups as well as the return of the always unstable, Mike Perry. The undercard is showcasing some new talent against some long time veterans. Seriously, Jim Miller is fighting for his 37th time in the UFC which is insane.

Full breakdowns and predictions of the undercard fights can be found by clicking here for the first batch & here for the second half. As always, check back later this week for our best bets segment, and a full breakdown of the main card after weigh-ins.

Cards, start time, bout order, lineup all subject to changes but here’s how it looks so far.

Main Card

Marvin Vettori vs. Kevin Holland

Sodiq Yusuff vs. Arnold Allen

Kyle Daukaus vs. Aliaskhab Khizriev

Sam Alvey vs. Julian Marquez

Nina Ansaroff vs. Mackenzie Dern

Mike Perry vs. Daniel Rodriguez

Preliminary Card

Jim Miller vs. Joe Solecki

Scott Holtzman vs. Mateusz Gamrot

Erin Blanchfield vs. Norma Dumont Viana

John Makdessi vs. Ignacio Bahamondes

Yorgan De Castro vs. Jarjis Danho

Hunter Azure vs. Jack Shore

Luis Saldana vs. Jordan Griffin

Da Un Jung vs. William Knight

Impa Kasanganay vs. Sasha Palatnikov

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