Full UFC Fight Night 111 Opening Betting Odds

The 11-week, 11-event UFC marathon continues with a stop in Singapore this coming weekend. The event will be a rare early morning offering for those in North America, with the main card set to start at 8 a.m. (ET) on Saturday.

UFC Fight Night 111 will be headlined by a women’s bantamweight bout between former champion Holly Holm and past contender Bethe Correia. Both fighters face an uncertain future if they drop this bout, as Holm enters on a three-fight losing skid while Correia has gone 1-2-1 in her last four outings.

The betting odds have been released for nearly a month for this contest, and support has been in Holm’s favor. After opening a -350 favorite (bet $350 to win $100), she has ballooned up to -600 as of Sunday night. Correia started at +250 (bet $100 to win $250), and she can now be had at +450 at Several Bookmakers.

The only other bout with a betting line before today features another former UFC champion. Andrei Arlovski’s reign as heavyweight champion took place over a decade ago, but he’s remained a relevant fixture in the division since then. A four-fight winning streak upon his return to the UFC has turned into a four-fight losing streak for Arlovski, who could be looking at the end of his UFC career should he lose – as many expect he will – to Marcin Tybura. The Polish heavyweight has won his last two in the UFC, and he enters this bout as a -250 favorite, with the comeback on Arlovski at +210.

The remaining two main card bouts both take place at welterweight and provide intrigue for very different reasons. Longtime prospect Colby Covington has looked more and more impressive throughout his 6-1 UFC tenure, but in Dong Hyun Kim he’ll face the biggest test of his career, and a man whose size, strength and grappling ability may be able to neutralize his wrestling. The last main card bout sees former lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos become the latest fighter to move up a weight class, as he makes the jump to 170 pounds to take on Tarec Saffiedine.

The preliminary card continues the trend of former champions, as former PRIDE lightweight kingpin Takanori Gomi, more than a decade removed from his glory days, looks to put the brakes on a three-fight losing streak against Jon Tuck. Aside from that bout, the prelims are largely comprised of local fighters who aren’t as familiar to the Octagon, including four newcomers. However, there is a gem on the undercard in the former of flyweights Justin Scoggins and Yuta Sasaki.

MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the betting odds for the full slate of fights on UFC Fight Night 111 today at Several Bookmakers. Check them out below..

UFC Fight Night 111: Holm vs. Correia
JUNE 17, 2017
Singapore Indoor Stadium | Kallang, Singapore

Main Card – (UFC Fight Pass, 8AM ET)

Bethe Correia +250
Holly Holm -350

Over 4.5 -140
Under 4.5 +100

Andrei Arlovski +150
Marcin Tybura -190

Over 1.5 -140
Under 1.5 +100

Dong Hyun Kim +125
Colby Covington -165

Over 2.5 -185
Under 2.5 +145

Tarec Saffiedine +145
Rafael dos Anjos -185

Over 2.5 -190
Under 2.5 +150

Preliminary Card – (UFC Fight Pass, 4:30AM ET)

Takanori Gomi +170
Jon Tuck -230

Over 1.5 -135
Under 1.5 -105

Cyril Asker +165
Walt Harris -215

Over 1.5 +110
Under 1.5 -150

Rolando Dy +195
Alex Caceres -275

Over 2.5 -150
Under 2.5 +110

Ulka Sasaki +365
Justin Scoggins -555

Over 1.5 -175
Under 1.5 +135

Frank Camacho +285
Li Jingliang -405

Over 1.5 -135
Under 1.5 -105

Russell Doane +145
Kwan Ho Kwak -185

Over 1.5 -185
Under 1.5 +145

Carls John de Tomas +185
Naoki Inoue -265

Over 2.5 -140
Under 2.5 +100

Lucie Pudilova -120
Ji Yeon Kim -120

Over 2.5 -245
Under 2.5 +175

Click below to bet on the fights! 


Several Bookmakers


Written by Brad Taschuk

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