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UFC Gdansk betting odds: Donald Cerrone favored over Darren Till

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Check out the betting odds for Saturday’s UFC Gdansk card, as Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone is favored over Darren Till in the main event.

UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Till is upon us, and Bloody Elbow has the betting odds at your disposal. The top of the UFC Poland billing will see Donald Cerrone (-155) as a solid favorite against the much less experienced Darren Till (+135). The co-main event for UFC Gdansk will involve the strawweights, as Poland’s own Karolina Kowalkiewicz (-500) is playing the role of heavy favorite as she takes on UFC newcomer Jodie Esquibel (+400). Kowalkiewicz (-500) is the card’s heaviest favorite, but Poland’s own Marcin Held is close behind at -400, as he takes on UFC newcomer and hefty underdog Nasrat Haqparast (+325). The tightest line of the night belongs to Brian Kelleher vs. Damian Stasiak, as Kelleher clocks in around -115 with Stasiak rocking at about -105.

Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 118 Exclusive Fight Pass prelims will begin at 11:45 A.M. ET, and will spill over into the main card at 3:00 P.M. ET, as each bout will air exclusively on UFC Fight Pass. Punches with your lunches!

Check out the UFC Fight Night 118 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:



Movement courtesy of BestFightOdds.com:

Ramazan Emeev vs. Sam Alvey: Middleweight

Sam Alvey began his UFC Poland betting life on 5 Dimes as the betting favorite with a moneyline of -140, as Ramazan Emeev’s opening underdog line was at +100. It didn’t take very long for some coin to come in for Emeev, sending him into the favorite role at around -150, and dropping Alvey into underdog territory at about +130.



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