The final betting odds are in for UFC 217, as GSP and Michael remain at pick’em lines, Cody Garbrandt is favored over T.J. Dillashaw, and Joanna Champion is a massive fav over Rose Namajunas.
The final betting odds are in for tonight’s UFC 217, and Georges St-Pierre (-105) is still sharing a moneyline with Michael Bisping (-105). Bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt (-173) remains the betting favorite to underdog T.J. Dillashaw (+163), and strawweight queen Joanna Jedrzejczyk (-680) continues to wear the mega fav tag as she squares off with “Thug” Rose Namajunas (+555).
The heavy favorites for UFC 217 include Joanna Champion (-680) of course, Walt Harris (-340) over Mark Godbeer (+310), and Curtis Blaydes (-345) over Aleksei Oleinik (+315). Ion Cutelaba (-600) was a heavy betting favorite over Michal Oleksiejczuk (+450), but that fight has been cancelled. According to the odds, we are in store for 2 tightly contested tilts as Georges St-Pierre vs. Michael Bisping and Mickey Gall vs. Randy Brown involve each fighter being found at -105, respectively.
Saturday’s UFC 217 main card will air live on Pay-Per-View at 10:00 P.M. EDT with the prelims starting at 8:00 P.M. EDT on FS1. The Exclusive Fight Pass prelims will begin at 7:00 P.M. EDT.
Check out the UFC 217 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:
Movement courtesy of BestFightOdds.com:
In the UFC 217 midweek betting odds, we learned about how GSP vs. Bisping and Gall vs. Brown made their respective marches to even odds, and now we will take a look at Jorge Masvidal becoming an increasing underdog to favorite Stephen Thompson.
Stephen Thompson vs. Jorge Masvidal: Welterweight
Stephen Thompson opened up as the clear favorite at -160, and has slowly moved just a bit to -175. Jorge Masvidal began his UFC 217 betting life as a slight underdog at +120, but has since trickled out to a thicker dog tag of +165, as oddsmakers attempt to entice gamblers into laying some coin in his direction.
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 Harris @ -340, then Walt Harris inside the distance @ -205 is worth a look.
For an in-depth breakdown of each UFC 217 bout, check out The MMA Vivisection with Bloody Elbow’s own Zane Simon and Connor Ruebusch. Stay glued to Bloody Elbow for all of your event coverage including play-by-play, results, highlights, and more! Happy hunting!