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UFC on FOX 24 betting odds: Demetrious Johnson is a massive betting favorite yet again

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The odds are in for UFC on FOX 24 as the defending flyweight king Demetrious Johnson is a largely favored once again as he faces sizable underdog Wilson Reis.

UFC on FOX 24 is set to go down in Kansas City, Missouri this Saturday night, as the main event will witness Demetrious Johnson (-840), in his 10th title defense, against submission specialist Wilson Reis (+660). The co-main event will see top strawweights Michelle Waterson (+105) and Rose Namajunas (-125) wage war to see who will move closer to a 115 title shot.

There is a tie for the longest odds on the card, as Tom Duquesnoy (-840) vs. Patrick Williams (+660) is giving Demetrious Johnson vs. Wilson Reis a run for its money. Other wide odds include the -475 Zak Cummings vs. Nathan Coy at +420, and the -420 Aljamain Sterling vs. Augusto Mendes at +375.

The tightest line of UFC on FOX 22 belongs to Michelle Waterson vs. Rose Namajunas. The UFC’s #4 ranked Namajunas has held up as a slight favorite around -125, with Waterson barely being found around underdog odds of +105.

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Tom Duquesnoy vs Patrick Williams: Bantamweight

BAMMA’s bantamweight champion Tom Duquesnoy opened up as a moderate favorite around -385 for his UFC debut, before the coin began flowing in his general direction, and his moneyline soared to around -840. Patrick Williams opened up at around +265, before jumping up to around a staggering +660 where he now resides.

Aljamain Sterling vs. Augusto Mendes: Bantamweight

On the heels of back-to-back split decison losses, Aljamain Sterling opened up as a -215 favorite to the +165 Augusto Mendes. The consecutive losses on Aljo’s record have not at all scared away the MMA gamblers, which is evident by his moneyline ballooning up to around -370. Mendes’ tag of +165 has spiked to near +375 as his line has seen little love.


Jeremy Stephens vs Renato Moicano: Featherweight

Jeremy Stephens has gone 2-2 in his last 4 UFC fights, but make no mistake about it, those 2 losses came to some pretty elite talent in former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, and the now interim featherweight king Max Holloway. Stephens hits incredibly hard and has been more responsible with his shot selection in the later stages of his career. Although he has looked impressive thus far in his undefeated career, Ray Ray might have Moicano stealing the wrong radio this time. Jeremy Stephens @-165 is a solid pick.

***See 1992’s South Central if the Ray Ray radio reference eludes you.

See how well your picks pay off by watching Saturday’s UFC on FOX 24. The Exclusive Fight Pass Prelims begin at 4:00 P.M. ET. The Prelims will begin at 6:00 P.M. ET on FOX which spill over into the main card at 8:00 P.M. ET. Stay tuned to Bloody Elbow for all of your event coverage including play-by-play, results, highlights, and more! Happy hunting!

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