Angela Hill opens as the slight $1.78 favourite here, with Waterson listed as the $2.05 outsider.
Hill is 12-8 in her 20-fight MMA career, having previously gone 16-0 as a kickboxer.
She has been on a reasonable run in the UFC, winning 3 straight before a loss to Gadelha last time out.
Known primarily as a striker, she has 5 knockouts and 7 decision wins so far.
Waterson has also had a distinguished career to date, entering this bout with a 17-8 record.
She has struggled a bit recently, losing 4 of her last 7 fights against some tough opponents.
Known for her excellent submission ability, she already has 9 MMA submissions to her name.
This is a relatively tough one to predict over 5 rounds, but I’ll give the underdog Waterson the edge here.
She has more experience against some of the bigger opponents on the biggest stage.
I think her elite ground game can really cause Hill some trouble, allowing her to outpoint her and control the fight early on.
Dana White has done a great job getting the UFC back on track so quickly, but this is a rather pedestrian co-main event.
Khama Worthy opens as the narrow $1.74 favourite, with Azaitar the $2.10 outsider.
Worthy has an impressive 16-6 record for his career, but has only fought twice in the UFC.
He is on a 7-fight win streak, having won the last 5 by knockout or submission.
Azaitar has a bit more of a profile to him and enters this fight with a strong 12-0 career record.
He is another fighter that loves to go for the finish, with 11 of his wins coming by KO or submission.
I think these two men will go for it at the very least and that we’re fairly likely to see a finish here.
I give a slight lean towards Azaitar, who has a better repertoire of offensive moves and has more of a chance of an early KO.