UFC Vegas 11 Closing Odds and Fight Results

UFC Vegas 11 took place Saturday, September 19, 2020 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card was headlined by a welterweight bout between Colby Covington and Tyron Woodley.

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 main event of the evening, Colby Covington dominated Tyron Woodley with takedowns and a heavy pace on the feet, then finished the fight in the fifth round when Woodley sustained a rib injury after a Covington takedown. Covington was victorious as a -345 favorite while Woodley was +285

Khamzat Chimaev lived up to the hype, moving up a weight class and then finishing Gerald Meerschaert with his first punch to score a 17-second knockout victory. Chimaev was -495. Meerschaert was +390

Ryan Spann dropped Johnny Walker twice in the first round, but inexplicably looked for a takedown when he had his opponent hurt, and Walker battered him with punches and elbows along the fence to score the come-from-behind knockout win. Walker was -150. Spann was +130

Mackenzie Dern slipped on a head kick, and Randa Markos took the bait, diving into her guard, where she was quickly swept, then dominated on the canvas en route to a first round armbar finish for Dern. Dern was -195. Markos was +170

Kevin Holland started strong against Darren Stewart, but he slowed down significantly as the fight wore on, barely squeaking by with a split decision. Holland was -290 while Stewart was +245

David Dvorak dominated the fight from start to finish, winning all three rounds against Jordan Espinosa to take an easy unanimous decision. Dvorak was -120. Espinosa was +100

Mayra Bueno Silva made quick work of Mara Romero Borella, latching onto an armbar to force a first round tap. Silva was a heavy -270 fav while Borella was +230

Jessica Rose-Clark outstruck and fended off the takedowns of Sarah Alpar, eventually finishing her with a brutal knee and follow-up strikes in the third round. Ewell was -240. Rivera was +205

In the opening bout of the evening, Tyson Nam landed a perfect counter right hand to drop Jerome Rivera, and he then finished him on the canvas. Nam was a -180 favorite while Rivera was +155


Underdogs that Won

Mirsad Bektic was dominating Damon Jackson through the first two rounds, but he slowed down in the third and left his neck exposed on a takedown attempt, getting tapped out with a third round guillotine choke from Jackson. Jackson was +300. Bektic was -365

Derek Minner latched onto a guillotine choke and shockingly forced a first minute submission against the heavily favored T.J. Laramie. Minner was a +265 underdog while Laramie was -315

Randy Costa connected with a head kick and made quick work of Journey Newsom to earn a first round finish. Costa was +115 while Newsom was -135


Fights that ended in a draw

In the co-main event of the evening, Niko Price started strong, but he poked Donald Cerrone in the eye twice in first round and had a point deducted. Cerrone bounced back to win the third round and the fight was ruled a majority draw. Cerrone was +115 while Price was -135

Written by Brian Hemminger

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