Check out the Betting Odds and line movement for UFC Fight Night 107, including England’s own Brad Pickett playing favorite in his final professional fight.
UFC Fight Night 107 is set for Saturday as London’s own Jimi Manuwa (-150) will be squaring off with the American underdog Corey Anderson (+130) in the UFC Fight Pass main event. The co-main for UFC London will see submission standout, and #9 ranked UFC welterweight, Gunnar Nelson (-340) looking to follow through in the role of moderate favorite against spunky striker Alan Jouban (+280).
The largest betting favorite on the night comes by way of Joseph Duffy (-730) who is taking on UFC London’s largest underdog Reza Madadi (+515). The tightest line of the night involves a featherweight prospect vs. prospect bout between Makwan Amirkhani (-120) and Arnold Allen, who can be found at -110 AND +104.
Check out the UFC Fight Night: Manuwa vs. Anderson betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:
Gunnar Nelson vs. Alan Jouban: Welterweight
Mr. Nelson’s line opened up at around -250, and received some pushback from the line of Mr. Jouban (+270), before settling into a moderate favorite tag of near -330.
Line movement courtesy of bestfightodds.com:
Vicente Luque vs. Leon Edwards: Welterweight
Leon Edwards opened up at an underdog line of around +135, to Vicente Luque’s -175. As the money moved in on Edwards, his line dropped down to +115, but the cashflow tide turned toward the line of Luque, and Leon’s line launched up to +150. The tide would turn once again as the loot was laid on England’s own “Rocky” Edwards, and his line lowered to +110.
Arnold Allen vs. Makwan Amirkhani: Featherweight
Arnold Allen has been tip-toeing around the even mark, as he has, and still can, be found at both favorite and underdog odds.
Jimi Manuwa vs. Corey Anderson: Light Heavyweight
Manuwa’s last win in under 1.5 rounds was against Cyrille Diabate at UFC on FUEL TV 7 in 2013. Although Manuwa’s last two losses in that timeframe both took place early in the second round, win or lose, Anderson has been involved in 7-straight bouts that lasted longer than 1.5 rounds. Over 1.5 rounds @ -152 is the pick for UFC London’s marquee matchup.
See how well your picks play out by watching UFC Fight Night 107, this Saturday, from London, England. The Exclusive Fight Pass Prelims begin at 1:30 P.M. ET and will spill over into the main card at 5:00 P.M. ET, all on UFC Fight Pass. Stay Tuned to Bloody Elbow for all of your UFC event coverage including interviews, play-by-play, highlights, and more!