UFC Vegas 20 Closing Odds and Fight Results

UFC Vegas 20 took place Saturday, February 27, 2021 at UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card was headlined by a heavyweight bout between Ciryl Gane and Jairzinho Rozenstruik.

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, Ciryl Gane completely outclassed Jairzinho Rozenstruik, landing the more effective strikes while mixing in takedowns and takedown attempts over the course of five rounds to walk away with a one-sided unanimous decision. Gane was -220 while Rozenstruik was +190

Alex Caceres survived the early aggressive from Kevin Croom, then controlled the fight both standing and on the ground to earn a one-sided unanimous decision. Caceres was -140, while Croom was +120

Ronny Lawrence lived up to the hype, dominating Vince Cachero on the ground en route to a second round TKO victory via ground and pound. Lawrence was -180 was while Cachero was +155

In the opening bout of the evening, Maxin Grishin started strong with a knockdown of Dustin Jacoby, but Jacoby bounced back to win the next two rounds and take the decision. Jacoby was -160 while Grishin was +140.


Underdogs that Won

Pedro Munhoz landed heavy low kicks to slow Jimmie Rivera down, then outpointed him to earn a unanimous decision to earn revenge in an exciting rematch. Munhoz was +115 while Rivera was -135

Thiago Moises surprisingly kept the fight standing and outpointed Alexander Hernandez, landing the heavier and more consistent strikes over the course of three rounds to earn a unanimous decision. Moises was +190 while Hernandez was -220

Alexis Davis ate heavy shots on the feet from Sabino Mazo, but Davis took advantage of some poor fight IQ, catching multiple kicks to score takedowns and dominate the fight when it was on the canvas to earn a unanimous decision. Davis was +185 while Mazo was -215


Mayra Bueno Silva landed the heavier shots, but she also grabbed the fence to prevent a takedown from Montana De La Rosa, causing an automatic point deduction. In the end, the fight was ruled a majority draw. De La Rosa was -120 while Silva was +100

Written by Brian Hemminger

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