UFC – Woodley vs Covington odds: 25/1 for Covington to win

WILLIAM HILL are offering a huge 25/1 for Colby Covington to beat Tyron Woodley at UFC Fight Night.

The pair will finally be able to settle their bitter rivalry in the octagon in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Covington, who is a huge ODDS-ON favourite to win, can be backed at 25/1 to be victorious HERE* with William Hill (mobile only).

Both fighters go into this fight on the back of defeats – meaning they both have something to prove.

But Covington is favourites after his seven-fight winning streak was put to an end by welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.

While Woodley lost title to Usman before suffering a heavy defeat to Gilbert Burns earlier on in this year.

And alongside both fighters battling to get back to winning ways, they will also be able to put an end to their war of words.

UFC – Woodley vs Covington odds

Don't miss this sensational offer on the UFC this weekend.

  • You can back Covington to win at 25/1 HERE* with William Hill (mobile only)


William Hill's huge 25/1 odds is available to new customers only and can only be claimed on mobile.

You must sign up using promo code 'EPC25' and place just £1 on Covington to win.

And if Covington wins, you'll have your account topped up with free bets.

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*terms conditions: New customers using EPC25. Mobile only. Applies to bets placed from 09:00 on 17 September 2020 until 4:00 on 20 September 2020. Max £1 bet at 25/1. Returns paid as 5 x £5 free bets (30 day expiry). Player & currency restrictions & terms apply. 18+ Begambleaware.org

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