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Jon Jones vs. Stipe Miocic Odds: Sportsbooks give Jones a 67% Chance of Beating Miocic After UFC 282 Tweet

Jon Jones sent out a cryptic tweet about UFC 282. Now, sportsbooks are giving Jon Jones a 67% chance of beating Stipe Miocic at UFC 282. Here's a breakdown of the odds.
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Jon Jones vs. Stipe Miocic Odds: Sportsbooks give Jones a 67% Chance of Beating Miocic After UFC 282 Tweet

It's cryptic tweet season! UFC legend, Jon Jones had a series of tweets teasing his next appearance in the ring. He's been a dominant force in the light heavyweight division and sports a 26-1-0 record.

Jones won the light heavyweight belt back in March of 2011 and has yet to lose that title. So, when will we see Jon Jones next? Apparently at UFC 282.

In a series of tweets, he teased a return at UFC 282. It appears like Jones will be making the leap to the heavyweight division in an attempt to win the heavyweight belt as well. It looks like Jon Jones and Stipe Miocic will be headlining UFC 282 on December 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Here's a full look at the Jone Jones vs. Stipe Miocic odds after the series of tweets from Jones earlier in the week.

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Jon Jones vs. Stipe Miocic Odds

FIghterOddsImplied Chance
Stipe Miocic+16038.46%
Jon Jones-20066.67%

Jon Jones -200 (Bet $200 to win $100)

Jon Jones hasn't been in the ring since February of 2020 when he beat Dominick Reyes via unanimous decision. Dana White has been working with Jon Jones and Stipe Miocic to be the main event and it finally feels like they've agreed on it.

Jones, who has been dominant in the UFC will likely find Miocic as a tough task. Still, the sportsbooks are giving Jones a 67% chance of beating him in Las Vegas in December at UFC 282.

Stipe Miocic +160 (Bet $100 to win $160)

Miocic is a stud himself, so don't sleep on him. He sports a 20-4 record and has beaten some impressive names in the UFC along the way like Daniel Cormier and Francis Ngannou. The last time we saw him, back in March of 2021, Miocic lost to Ngannou.

Miocic is a power puncher as 75% of his fights have ended in a knockout. Jon Jones, who has been out of the UFC for a little bit here, might have to be careful here not to be caught off guard by Miocic because he has the potential to end a fight with one punch.

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