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UFC 216 midweek betting odds: Tony Ferguson is favored over Kevin Lee

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community news, UFC 216 midweek betting odds: Tony Ferguson is favored over Kevin Lee

Check the betting odds for Saturday’s UFC 216, as Tony Ferguson is the betting favorite against Kevin Lee for their interim lightweight title tilt.

The betting odds have dropped for this Saturday’s UFC 216, as Kevin Lee (+190) and Tony Ferguson (-230) will vie for the UFC’s interim lightweight belt. The co-main event of the night will witness Demetrious Johnson (-1250) defend his flyweight strap against title challenger Ray Borg (+800). The evening will also see the return of colorful big-man Derrick Lewis (+215), as he faces off with the UFC’s former heavyweight king Fabricio Werdum (-255).

The betting favorites will be in full effect at UFC 216, as 10 of the scheduled 13 bouts contain a minus line of -200 or wider. The pick’em fight of the night belongs to Marco Beltran vs. Matt Schnell, as Beltran (-105-+110) clocks in at both plus and minus odds with Schnell at -125 across the board. Of course, Demetrious Johnson is the heaviest favorite on the entire card, as he sports a whopping -1250 to the flyweight world title challenger Ray Borg, and his dog tag of +800.

Saturday’s UFC 216 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 FS1. The Exclusive Fight Pass prelims will begin at 6:30 P.M. ET.

Check out the UFC 216 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:

community news, UFC 216 midweek betting odds: Tony Ferguson is favored over Kevin Lee
community news, UFC 216 midweek betting odds: Tony Ferguson is favored over Kevin Lee

Movement courtesy of BestFightOdds.com:

There has not been a ton of UFC 216 betting movement going, as the odds are still relatively fresh on most sites, and have yet to even drop on popular site Bovada. Tune back in for the UFC 216 final betting odds to catch the major shifts and new moneylines.

Suggestions:

Walt Harris vs. Mark Godbeer: Heavyweight

Walt Harris tends to finish up in under 1.5 rounds, and Mark Godbeer might be asking for it here. If you’re not high on Walt Harris @ -310, then Under 1.5 rounds @ -105 is pretty piff.

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!


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