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Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz Odds: Muniz Given 76.2% Chance to Top Hall at UFC 276

A ranked matchup headlines the early prelims as Uriah Hall goes toe-to-toe with Andre Muniz. Trent Pruitt provides the odds, statistics, and tendencies to help you have a profitable betting night in the octagon.
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Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz Odds: Muniz Given 76.2% Chance to Top Hall at UFC 276?

When: July 2

Time: 6:00 PM EDT

Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV

Where to Watch: PPV Through ESPN+

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Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz

International Fight Week is here which means there are events all throughout the week leading up to Saturday’s UFC 276 card. Everything earlier in the week is merely building up to the main card of 276, where there are a pair of belts on the line at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. In the co-main event, a featherweight trilogy concludes as Max Holloway looks to regain his title as the challenger against Alexander Volkanovski. And in the main event, Israel Adesanya makes his sixth title defense at middleweight against Jared Cannonier.

But first, we have an absolute banger headlining the early prelims. Ninth-ranked Uriah Hall squares off against 13th-ranked Andre Muniz in a middleweight bout . Let’s check out each fighter’s stats, tendencies, and the odds for this fight. 

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URIAH HALL (18-10-0)

Hall will make the walk to the octagon tonight for the first time since last July. The Jamaican-born brawler dropped that contest to Sean Strickland in a five-round fight where he was outstruck 186-107 on the official scorecards. Hall was also taken down four times in the losing effort. Prior to the loss, “Primetime” was riding a four-fight win streak with notable knockout victories over Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva.

The veteran fighter is a 2nd degree black belt in Karate and boasts a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He’s averaging 3.47 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 4.07. As for takedowns, Hall is landing 0.58 takedowns per 15 minutes at a 38% success rate while defending 65% of opposing takedown attempts.

ANDRE MUNIZ (22-4-0)

Muniz has made his presence known since stepping into the UFC octagon back in 2018. The Brazilian-native is a perfect 6-0 with four submissions and a pair of unanimous decisions. His last three fights have ended with first round submissions via the armbar. 

The game plan is simple for the 2nd degree black black in BJJ. He’s going to take you down, do damage from the top, and try to slip in a submission. Muniz is averaging 3.60 takedowns per minute and landing at a 40% rate. He’s also attempting 2.9 submissions per 15 minutes. Finally, it’s worth noting that Muniz is a dark blue prajied in Muay Thai and he lands 2.18 significant strikes per minute.

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FighterUFC 276 OddsImplied Probability
Uriah Hall+28026.3%
Andre Muniz-32076.2%

Click here for the latest Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz oddsClick here for the latest Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz odds

Muniz opened at a sizable -225 in this middleweight bout. A ton of money has come in backing him and he’s been bet up to -320 (via DraftKings). As for Hall, his best price is now +280 at Caesars. 


Despite how dominant Andre Muniz has been since getting signed by the UFC, 64% of the public says that Uriah Hall will pull off the upset tonight.


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Trent is a Chicago native who has been an avid sports fan since he could walk. He played sports throughout his youth and played collegiate rugby at Arizona State University. Trent still resides in Arizona, where he spends his days covering sports from a sports betting perspective. He fell in love with the analytical side of sports in his late teens and has been following the sports betting industry for 10+ years now! You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram for all of his sports betting picks at @Trentbets.


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