March 7, 2024 3 min read


Kevin Holland vs. Michael Page UFC 299 Odds, Time, and Prediction

Kevin Holland vs. Michael Page is one of the most exciting duels on the main card of UFC 299, an event that’s taking place on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida. To see why it’s so exciting, keep on reading!

Michael “Venom” Page a.k.a. MVP is making his UFC debut this coming Saturday, but is it going to be a successful one? If you take a look at Holland vs. MVP odds, it seems that bookies think it’s going to be an incredibly close battle. We’ll now explain why that is the case, sharing our top picks and predictions along the way.

Kevin Holland vs. Michael Page Odds

Kevin Holland-130
Michael Page+100
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When, Where, and How to Watch?

  • Place: Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida
  • Date: Saturday, March 9, 2024
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET
  • How to Watch: PPV

Kevin Holland Ready to Go to War on Saturday

Kevin Holland is a very well-rounded fighter who’s got a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, as well as one in Kung Fu. He also has plenty of experience with kickboxing, a sport he competed in before deciding to fully focus on MMA.

This guy’s MMA record is 25-10-1, with most of his losses happening against real elite opponents – Stephen Thompson, Khamzat Chimaev, Marvin Vettori, and so on. His most recent loss happened to Jack Della Maddalena who beat him by a split decision.

He landed 127 significant strikes in that fight, which was 27 more than his opponent, but he still ended up losing the fight. You know he’s angry and eager to get back in the Octagon to show the world he’s a top-class fighter. The bad news for him is that he’s fighting an equally ambitious opponent.

Michael “Venom” Page Ready for His Big Debut

MVP is one of the best strikers in MMA, who holds the record for most knockouts in the history of Bellator. His overall record is 21-2, with 17 of those wins happening in Bellator. He defeated a couple of very tough fighters, including Douglas Lima and Goiti Yamauchi.

He also had an impressive kickboxing career, winning a number of gold medals in several big competitions, including the W.A.K.O. World Championships and the WKA World Championships.

He’s an incredibly fast and powerful striker who’s got long legs and arms, so it’s very hard to get near him. But if there’s someone who can do it, it’s Kevin Holland.

Kevin Holland vs. Michael Page Prediction

These two are very similar fighters, with each of them being great at kickboxing. They’re both very tall for welterweights, which makes them great at keeping a distance. We think this is very likely to be a striking duel, although we wouldn’t be surprised if Holland attempted a couple of takedowns.

TDs aren’t his expertise, but if he manages to get MVP down to the ground, we think he could finish him by submission.

Pick: Kevin Holland by submission

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