UFC Fight Night 107: Manuwa vs. Anderson Date: March 18, 2017 Arena: The O2 Arena City: London, England The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is back in London, England this Saturday (March 18, 2017) for the ninth time in promotional history with UFC Fight Night 107: Manuwa vs. Anderson. The 13-fight card will be streamed live in entirety on UFC Fight Pass, with preliminary action kicking off at 1:30 p.m. ET and main card action getting underway at 5 p.m.If interested in wagering on any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available to you at 5Dimes Sportsbook. The early weigh-ins were live this morning, and they will precede the ceremonial weigh-ins and face offs later today at 1:30pm ET. The live stream can be found here at MMAOddsbreaker.com. In this article, I will reflect on the weigh-ins, and whether results effect any of my current plays or if they make me favor any new ones. Gunnar Nelson (-330) vs. Alan Jouban (+270) I recommended Jouban at +290, and following the weigh-ins, I still like him in this spot. I think he holds good value and love him at +270, as well. I think he is worth playing at +200 or better. I could see his price continuing to drop, but I don’t see it falling below +225. Makwan Amirkhani (-110) vs. Arnold Allen (-110) I recommended a play on the Total of Over 2.5 rounds here at -150, and I still like that play, and the current line holds steady at the same price. I picked Amirkhani to win in my article, but following the weigh-ins, I have changed my official pick to Allen, and not only that, but I also favor Allen for a wager, now too. I am on the Total of Over 2.5 rounds here at -150, but I will also be taking Allen straight at -110. Hopefully he will pull out a victory on the judges’ scorecards, allowing both tickets to cash. Darren Stewart (-175) vs. Francimar Barroso (+155) I recommended a Stewart (-165) and Brett Johns (-360) parlay at +105, but following the weigh-ins, I no longer like Stewart in this contest and believe this is a dog or pass pick ‘em. I will be taking Barroso at +155 as a live dog to play it safe, in case Stewart comes up short. As for my official pick for this bout, it is tough, but I slightly lean towards Barroso simply for the size advantage. Timothy Johnson (-185) vs. Daniel Omielanczuk (+160) I recommended a play on the Total of Over 2.5 rounds here at +100, and I still like that play, which is now being offered at -125. Following the weigh-ins, I also favor a play on Timothy Johnson at -185, potentially parlayed with Brett Johns at -420, considering I lost confidence in my Stewart-Johns parlay after the weigh-ins this morning. A Johnson (-185) and Johns (-420) gets you a return of -111. Brett Johns (-420) vs. Ian Entwistle (+335) As mentioned above, I have a Johns (-360) and Stewart (-165) parlay at +105, which I am no longer confident in because I no longer favor Stewart in the matchup, after strongly favoring him heading in. Johns’ price has moved up to -420, and his opponent has missed weight by three pounds, making this a catchweight bout where Johns will collect 20% of Entwistle’s purse for the fight. I still like Johns at -420, but furthermore, I like a play on the Total of Under 1.5 rounds here at -205, as I think this fight ends within seven and a half minutes of action much more often than not.