UFC Fight Night 111 Brings Sports Wagering to Singapore

Posted by: Anthony Yaylor
UFC Fight Night 111 Odds and Betting Preview : Holm vs. Correia – Saturday, June 17th

While the sports wagering community forbearingly awaits the latest development in the Conor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather bout, players betting on UFC events will have something better to do this upcoming weekend. UFC Fight Night 111 offers a packed card filled with a gamut of MMA bouts, topped off with a fierce women’s Bantamweight battle.

UFC Fight Night 111: Holm vs. Correia – Saturday, June 17th

When: Prelims: 4:45 am ET || Main Card 8:00 am ET

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Kallang, Singapore


Stream: Prelims: UFC Fight Pass || Main Card: UFC Fight Pass

UFC Fight Night 111 will be held this upcoming weekend in Singapore. The night will mark the second event the UFC has hosted in the republic, with the first being UFC Fight Night 34: Saffiedine vs. Lim.

The sports wagering event will be headlined by a contest between former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm and former title contender Bethe Correia. This fight marks Holm’s first since her defeat at the hands of Germaine de Randamie at UFC 208.

That bout was the Women’s Featherweight division inaugural match, and Holm has decided to return to Bantamweight since losing her shot for the title. Holm comes into this contest with a 10-3 record. Those three losses have been back-to-back, and Holm is desperately trying to get back into the win column.

Bethe Correia is coming off a draw at UFC Fight Night 106: Belfort vs. Gastelum.  Before that Correia had picked up a win over Jessica Eye at UFC 203. ‘Pitbull’ comes into this matchup with a 10-2 record and is looking to mount a win-streak in order to get her shot at the title. A win over a former champion would go a long way for her. Let’s see what the MMA sports odds have to say about this contest.

Main Card & Sports Wagering Odds

Holly Holm 4½ (+115)           -620 vs. Bethe Correia 4½ (-135)      +460

Andrei Arlovski 1½ (-105)    +210 vs. Marcin Tybura 1½ (-115)  -250

Dong Hyun Kim 2½ (-230)   +180 vs. Colby Covington 2½ (+190)           -220

Tarec Saffiedine 2½ (-245)   +240 vs. Rafael Dos Anjos 2½ (+205)          -280

There will be no early preliminaries at UFC Fight Night 111, which means that the entire fight card will be broadcast.  Both the under and main card have a good number of fighters hailing from Asia, most notably Dong Hyun Kim on the main card and Takanori Gomi on the undercard.

Under Card & MMA Sports Odds

Takanori Gomi 1½ (+105)    +210 vs. Jon Tuck     1½ (-125)        -250

Cyril Asker 1½ (+105)          +250 vs. Walt Harris 1½ (-125)        -300

Alex Caceres 2½ (-120)         -300 vs. Rolando Dy 2½ (EV)           +250

Justin Scoggins 1½ (+155)    -500 vs. Ulka Sasaki 1½ (-175)         +400

Li Jingliang 1½ (+140)          -470 vs. Frank Camacho 1½ (-160)  +375

Kwan Ho Kwak 1½ (+165)  -150 vs. Russell Doane 1½ (-190)      +130

Naoki Inoue 2½ (-105)          -275 vs. Carls John De Thomas 2½ (-115)  +235

Ji Yeon Kim   2½ (+155)       +125 vs. Lucie Pudilova 2½ (-175)   -145