Borz is currently 1.588 (62.96% likely) to win, while the former UFC Welterweight Champion is 2.45 (40.82% likely).
Bookmakers released starting odds shortly after both fighters re-expressed interest in fighting each other, despite UFC President Dana White being unenthusiastic about the idea.
29-year-old Khamzat Chimaev last September extended his UFC winning streak to six matches, finishing in the first round with a choke Kevin Holland.
36-year-old Kamaru Usman suffered two defeats in a row, first losing to Leon Edwards by knockout in the fifth round, and then losing to the Briton by a majority of the judges’ votes in an immediate rematch.
Currently, Kamaru Usman and Khamzat Chimaev occupy the first and fourth lines in the UFC welterweight rankings, respectively.