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Punters back KO result for Lesnar vs. Hunt at UFC 200

Sportsbet UFC 200 specialPunters are split down the centre as to who will win the revamped UFC 200 main event this weekend.

With the Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier fight scrapped after the former failed a drug test, it’s Brock Lesnar and Kiwi-Aussie heavyweight Mark Hunt on the top card in Las Vegas.

According to online bookmaker, each fighter has drawn almost exactly half of the total money coming in.

But while Hunt is the $1.62 favourite, about 30 per cent more individual bets have gone on WWE star Lesnar.

The favoured result is a win by knockout – $1.72 for Hunt, $3.75 for Lesnar.

“We’ve traditionally seen a lot of patriotic money whenever Mark Hunt steps into the Octagon, but there’s as much money on Brock Lesnar at the bigger price to cause the upset here,” said’s Christian Jantzen.

Despite the disappointment surrounding the Jones vs. Cormier rematch, punters have plenty of other options on what remains a strong UFC 200 undercard.

Jose Aldo ($1.93) is the slight outsider in his grudge match with Frankie Edgar, who holds a six-cent edge at $1.87 in one of the tightest betting markets on the card.

There’s much less uncertainty surrounding Miesha Tate – a $1.41 favourite to keep her bantamweight title against Amanda Nunes ($2.93).

Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt

$2.33 – Lesnar

$1.62 – Hunt

Method of Victory

$3.75 – Lesnar by KO

$8.50 – Lesnar on Points

$8.50 – Lesnar by Submission

$1.72 – Hunt by KO

$10 – Hunt on Points

$14 – Hunt by Submission

$51 – Draw

Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar

$1.95 – Aldo

$1.85 – Edgar

Miesha Tate vs. Amanda Nunes

$1.41 – Tate

$2.93 – Nunes

Cain Velasquez vs. Travis Browne

$1.33 – Velasquez

$3.34 – Browne

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