- Betting props for Jon Jones vs Dominick Reyes have been released ahead of UFC 247.
- Jon Jones to win by decision has odds of (+240).
- Dominick Reyes to win by KO, TKO is priced at (+400)
- We preview the best betting props for UFC 247 starting with Jones vs Reyes.
The UFC is back after a 3 week lull, the promotion now has events on for the next 7 weeks in a row! First off, is UFC 247 which goes down this weekend at Houston, Texas. Betting odds for Jones vs Reyes are now being expanded with a whole bunch of betting props to wager on for the main event.
Jon Jones vs. Dominick Reyes Odds
In our opening odds article back in November, Jones was a (-400) favorite. Now he’s dropped to (-450), becoming an even bigger betting favorite. This gives Jones a 81% winning probability of defeating Dominick Reyes.
For Dominick Reyes as a big underdog, he has odds currently at (+333) which is expected against the light heavyweight champion. Bet $100 on undefeated devastator to win $333. All of these betting odds for UFC 247 are available at our list of sites here.
Will Jones vs Reyes go the distance odds
The oddsmakers favor Jones and Reyes not going the distance. Reyes is a fast starter and of his 12 pro fights only 25% have went the distance. For Jones he went to the decision more often later in his career. However, he may not have that option against Reyes.
Decision Odds for Jones vs Reyes
|Jon Jones to win by decision||+240|
|Dominick Reyes to win by decision||+900|
In Jon Jone’s past ten bouts, he has went to the decision six times out of them. Bet $100 on Jon Jones to win by decision to win $240. The least likely outcome from all the prop bets is Dominick Reyes to win by decision, a $100 bet he would win you $900 if successful.
Finish Odds for Jones vs Reyes
|Jon Jones to win by KO, TKO, DQ or Submission||-120|
|Dominick Reyes to win by KO, TKO, DQ or Submission||-110|
Betting Insider Journal’s pick for UFC 247 is to bet $120 on Jon Jones to win by KO, TKO, DQ or Submission, to win $100. Dominick Reyes certainly has KO power but can’t overlook his split decision loss to Volkan Oezdemir and how Jones has a solid chin that can hold up against him.