UFC 265: Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney Prediction and Fight Preview

Casey Kenney and Song Yadong will open the UFC 265's main card. Here is the Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney Prediction, Odds, and Fight Preview.

Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney Prediction
Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney

The first fight of UFC 265’s fight card features the fight between Bantamweight fighter, Song Yadong facing Casey Kenney. Here is the UFC 265 Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney Prediction and Fight Preview.

UFC 265: Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney Preview

Song Yadong is one of the most exciting Bantamweight fighters in the division, he made his debut against Bharat Khandare on UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs Gastelum. He won four continuous fights in the promotion before losing his last fight against Kyler Phillips on UFC 259.

Before this loss, he defeated one more big name in the division, Marlon Vera. Yadong is an emerging Chinese fighter and with a win against Casey Kenney, he’ll look forward to making a climb in the Bantamweight rankings.

Casey Kenney is also one of the new talents in the UFC Bantamweight division, he made his debut against Ray Borg on UFC on ESPN: Barboza vs Gaethje. He lost only two out of his last seven fights.

In his last fight, he faced a loss against the former UFC Bantamweight champion, Dominick Cruz. Before this loss, he defeated some of the very talented fighters such as Louis Smolka, Heili Alateng, and others.

With a win against Yadong, Kenney will also look forward to entering the top 15 of the UFC Bantamweight rankings.

UFC 265: Song Yadong vs Casey Kenney Prediction

Song Yadong and Casey Kenney
Song Yadong and Casey Kenney

Song Yadong is the hot favorite to win this fight with odds of -125 in his favor against Casey Kenney who’ll be entering into this fight as an underdog with betting odds +105 in his favor.

This fight is going to be a great opener for the main card of the very exciting UFC 265’s pay-per-view.

Predicted Result: Song Yadong def Casey Kenney

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