UFC Vegas 10 took place Saturday, September 12, 2020 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card was headlined by a strawweight bout between Michele Waterson.
Closing odds are courtesy of one of the most popular Las Vegas based sportsbooks Circa Sports. Here’s a quick recap of each of those fights.
Favorites that Won
In the co-main event of the evening, Ottman Azaitar connected against Khama Worthy, then blitzed him until Worthy was unable to defend himself less than 90 seconds into the opening round. Azaitar was victorious as a -147 favorite while Worthy was +127
Bobby Green outworked Alan Patrick, defending takedowns and dishing out punishment on the feet while winning all three rounds to earn a one-sided unanimous decision. Green was -320. Patrick was +270
Kyle Nelson started strong, but Billy Quarantillo took over in the second round as Nelson faded, then finished him with a beautiful combination in the opening seconds of the third round. Quarantillo was -285 while Nelson was +240
Alexander Romanov utilized his superior takedowns and ground skills to completely dominate Roque Martinez en route to a second round submission victory. Romanov was -420. Martinez was +340
Jalin Turner lit up Brok Weaver on the feet, then finished him with a rear naked choke once Weaver dropped to the canvas in the second round. Turner was a heavy -450 fav while Weaver was +365
Anthony Ivy showcased his toughness and pursued takedowns, but he was punished for it with punches, knees, kicks and elbows from Bryan Barberena over the course of three rounds in a one-sided decision. Barberena was -245. Ivy was +210
In the opening bout of the evening, Justine Kish looked to be getting the better of Sabina Mazo, but then Mazo rallied with a beautiful head kick to set up a rear naked choke finish in the third round. Mazo was a -235 favorite while Kish was +200
Underdogs that Won
In the main event of the evening, Michele Waterson and Angela Hill duked it out in one of the closest fights in UFC history. Both women had their moments, both landing significant strikes and every round was close, but the judges sided with Waterson via split decision. Waterson was +141. Hill was -161
Roxanne Modaferri and Andrea Lee traded the first two rounds, with Modaferri scoring a takedown in the first round and Lee outstriking her in the second, but Modaferri secured top position in the third round to pull off the upset by unanimous decision. Modaferri was +240. Lee was -285
Plain and simple, Mike Rodriguez got hosed. He finished Ed Herman in the second round with a pair of beautiful knees to the liver, but the referee ruled it was a groin strike and Herman milked it to allow time to recover after he had been dropped. In the third round, after having been dominated for the entire fight, Herman latched onto a Kimura from bottom position, swept Rodriguez, then finished him with it. Herman was +240. Rodriguez was -285
Julia Avila did as many expected and won the first round, but Sijara Eubanks completed dominated the second round with her superior ground game, then rode out the third round to take a unanimous upset decision. Eubanks was a +235 underdog while Avila was a -275 favorite.
Kevin Croom stepped up on short notice, blasting Roosevelt Roberts with a right hand, then finishing him with a wicked guillotine in the opening seconds of the first round. Croom was the biggest underdog on the card at +450 while Roberts was -600