We take a look at the fighter stats of the competitors hitting the octagon for UFC Fight Night – Woodley vs Burns, and who the bookmakers think will win on the night.
Woodley comes back to the octagon after almost a year away from UFC. His last appearance was back i n March 2019 where his seven fight win streak was ended when he lost the UFC welterweight championship to Kamaru Usman.
Burns is on a run of five winning fights in a row, starting at lightweight and returning to welterweight in August 2019. Since then Burns has wins over Alexey Kunchenko, Gunnar Nelson and Demian Maia. There is a serious possibility that those wins have earned him a possible championship competitor in a tough and competitive division.
Chris Gutierrez (14-3-1) V Vince Morales (9-4-0)
Louis Smolka (16-6-0) V Casey Kenney (13-2-1)
Tim Elliott (16-10-1) V Brandon Royval (10-4-0)
Klidson Abreu (15-4-0) V Jamahal Hill (7-0-0)
Gabriel Green (9-2-0) V Daniel Rodriguez (11-1-0)
Katlyn Chookagian (13-3-0) V Antonina Shevchenko (8-1-0)
Hannah Cifers (10-4-0) V Mackenzie Dern (7-1-0)
Brok Weaver (15-4-0) V Roosevelt Roberts (9-1-0)
Billy Quarantillo (13-2-0) V Spike Carlyle (9-1-0)
Blagoy Ivanov (18-3-0) V Augusto Sakai (14-1-1)
Snapshot of UFC Fight odds via Vegas-odds.com – Fri 29th May, 2020.