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Online UFC Wagering Prepares for Fight Night 120

Posted by: Charlie Smith
Fight Night 120 Online Wagering Odds

After witnessing the wild, unpredictable action that was UFC 217, MMA sportsbook players are eager for the promotion’s next event. And while UFC Fight Night 120 promises to deliver another thrilling rendition for the UFC, there’s no question that it will fail to match 217’s bombshells. How could it? After all, we just watched 3 of the best in the business get shocked on the biggest stage. Either way, UFC Fight Night 120 is filled to the brim with enticing fights. Let’ take a look at the online UFC wagering action fans can expect.

UFC Fight Night 120: Poirier vs. Pettis – Saturday, November 11th

When: Main Card: 10 pm ET || Prelims: 8 pm ET || Early Prelims: 6:30 pm ET

Where: Ted Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Virginia

TV: Main Card: FS1 || Prelims: FS1 || Early Prelims: UFC Fight Pass

Stream: UFC Fight Pass

This Saturday’s event will mark the first time the UFC has visited the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. To help make the promotion’s debut in the region memorable, the promotion has decided to headline UFC Fight Night 120 with a lightweight bout between former WEC and UFC Lightweight Champion Anthony Pettis and No. 8 contender in the world Dustin Poirier. The matchup promises to be one of the best we’ve seen in the second half of the year and offers a great opportunity for player to place sports bets online.

Poirier enters this weekend’s event with a 21-5 professional MMA record. Poirier is coming off a No Contest versus Eddie Alvarez due to an illegal knee thrown by Alvarez. The bout took place in the state of Texas which is not operating under the new unified MMA rules. The No Contest was issued because the ref considered the knee to be a mistake and not purposeful. Nevertheless, that’s not the way you want your last fight to end and make no mistake that The Diamond will be looking to up his stake by picking up a win over a remarkable opponent.

Showtime comes into this bout with a 20-6 MMA record. Pettis’ last fight was against Jim Miller at UFC 213. Showtime won that bout via decision after 3 rounds. Despite coming off a win, Pettis is 2-4 in his last 6 bouts, so it wouldn’t be all that shocking to see him fall short against Poirier this weekend.

Main Card & Online UFC Wagering Odds:

Dustin Poirier 2 ½ (-115)      +105 vs. Anthony Pettis 2 ½ (-105)  -125

Matt Brown 2 ½ (-145)         -360 vs. Diego Sanchez 2 ½ (+125)   +300

Junior Albini 1 ½ (-155)        -280 vs. Andrei Arlovski 1 ½ (+135)            +240

Nate Marquardt 1 ½ (-200)  +240 vs. Cezar Ferreira 1 ½ (+170) -280

Raphael Assuncao 2 ½ (+200)          -335 vs. Matthew Lopez 2 ½ (-240)  +275

Joe Lauzon 2 ½ (+150)          +105 vs. Clay Guida 2 ½ (-170)        -125

Preliminaries & MMA Sportsbook Lines:

John Dodson 2 ½ (+180)       -120 vs. Marlon Moraes 2 ½ (-220)  EV

Tatiana Suarez 2 ½ (+135)    -275 vs. Viviane Pereira 2 ½ (-155)  +235

Sage Northcutt 1 ½ (+135)    -170 vs. Michel Quinones 1 ½ (-155)            +150

Angela Hill 2 ½ (+185)          -200 vs. Nina Ansaroff 2 ½ (-225)    +170

Early Prelims & Odds:

Court McGee 2 ½ (-200)       +200 vs. Sean Strickland 2 ½ (+170)            -240

Jake Collier    1 ½ (-165)       +190 vs. Marcel Fortuna 1 ½ (+145)            -230

Darren Stewart 2 ½ (+115)   +180 vs. Karl Roberson 2 ½ (-135)  -220

 

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