The betting odds are in for UFC 211 as heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic is the betting favorite over JDS, and the main card experienced some moneyline reversals.
UFC 211 is set to take place from Dallas, Texas this Saturday night, and Bloody Elbow is the place to be for your betting odds. The marquee matchup of the evening will see the heavyweight champion, Stipe Miocic (-130), take on a former 265 king, Junior dos Santos (+110) in a high stakes rematch of their 2014 affair. The co-main will witness a strawweight title tilt between the champion, Joanna Jedrzejczyk (-155) and the #3 ranked Jessica Andrade (+135).
Saturday’s UFC 211 main card will air live on Pay-Per-View at 10:00 P.M. ET with the prelims starting at 8:00 P.M. ET on FOX Sports 1. The Exclusive Fight Pass prelims will begin at 6:00 P.M. ET.
Check out the UFC 211 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:
Movement courtesy of BestFightOdds.com:
Demian Maia vs. Jorge Masvidal: Welterweight
Towards the end of March, the #3 ranked UFC welterweight Demian Maia (+110) opened up with a moneyline around -175, with the #5 ranked Jorge Masvidal (-130) sporting a dog-tag of around +135. In the last week of April, the cash came flowing in on Masvidal, and his line flipped to the favorite side, causing Maia to get his feet wet in the underdog realm. Although Maia can be found at ‘+’ odds, several betting sites still have Maia at around -105. Masvidal is a favorite across the board.
Eddie Alvarez vs. Dustin Poirier: Lightweight
The betting line for American Top Team’s Dustin Poirier (-125) began its UFC 211 life as an underdog at around +120. The gamblers liked what they saw and had Poirier’s line teetering around pickem’ odds, before solidifying its position as the universal betting favorite over Eddie Alvarez (+105). The former UFC lightweight champion Alvarez opened up with a favorite line of around -160, and although still available at slight favorite odds, his line is now found on most sights at ‘+’ odds.
James Vick vs. Marco Polo Reyes: Lightweight
Both James Vick (-420) and Marco Polo Reyes (+335) have only lost in the 1st round. Half of Vick’s victories happened inside of 1 round, and for Polo Reyes, 8 out of his 12 matches ended inside of 1.5 rounds (Including TUF). Under 1.5 rounds @+110 is worth a look.
Be sure to check back in with Bloody Elbow to catch the final betting odds on fight day, as the moneylines tend to shift a bit following the weigh-ins. All of your event coverage including play-by-play, results, highlights, and more can be found right here at BloodyElbow.com. Happy hunting!