Bet of the day: Bisping to stop Henderson in opening round at UFC 204
Lee Gormley | 8 October 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
- Michael Bisping defends UFC middleweight title on home soil
- At UFC 204 he will seek a fifth straight win in Manchester
- Bisping stopped Luke Rockhold in first round to win strap in June
- His last defeat came in November 2014
- Dan Henderson is now 46 and has lost six of his last nine fights
UFC 204 odds of 3/1 on Bisping first round win
With UFC 204 arriving on these shores, it’s only right that Coral’s latest bet of the day comes from the main event between Michael Bisping and Dan Henderson.
In Manchester, Cyprus-born Briton Bisping will look to make a successful first defence of his UFC middleweight crown. Punters can back him to do so with a first-round stoppage win at 3/1!
Bisping became Britain’s first ever UFC champion when dethroning Luke Rockhold earlier this year and he will look to continue his recent rampant run in front of a partisan Manchester crowd tonight.
So, read on to find out exactly why it’s worth backing these UFC 204 odds for Bisping to stop Henderson in the opening round of their rematch at the Manchester Arena…
‘The Count’ can continue fine form
Reigning middleweight champion Bisping is now on a run of four straight victories in the organisation, having beaten all of Rockhold, Anderson Silva, Thales Leites and C.B. Dollaway since April last year.
‘The Count’ halted Rockhold in the opening round of their meeting in June this past summer and will be confident of handing out similar punishment to veteran Henderson.
His Californian opponent is now 46 years of age and has lost six of his last nine octagon outings, proving he’s on a career slide.
With this is mind, make sure to back these promising UFC 204 odds of 3/1 for Bisping to halt the imminently retiring Henderson in the early hours of Sunday morning!
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