UFC Fight Night 111 took place Saturday (June 17, 2017) from Singapore. The card was headlined by a UFC women’s bantamweight bout between former champion Holly Holm and Bethe Correia. It was an event dominated by favorites, as only two underdogs saw their hands raised in victory. Closing odds are courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbook.
Here’s a quick recap of each of those fights…
Favorites that Won
After a quiet first 10 minutes, Holly Holm landed a devastating kick, flooring Bethe Correia to win by third-round knockout. Holm closed as a heavy -570 favorite with Correia a big +435 underdog.
Marcin Tybura dominated the grappling in rounds one and three to earn the biggest win of his career over Andrei Arlovski. Tybura closed at -220 with Arlovski +200.
Colby Covington out-wrestled Dong Hyun Kim to win an easy decision on the scorecards. Covington closed as a -240 favorite with Kim a +200 dog.
Rafael dos Anjos pressed the action and controlled the striking to win a unanimous decision over Tarec Saffiedine. Dos Anjos closed as a -200 favorite with Saffiedine a +170 dog.
Jon Tuck made quick work of Takanori Gomi, earning a first-round submission after hurting his opponent on the feet with shots to the body. Tuck closed as a -360 favorite with Gomi at +325.
Walt Harris crushed Cyril Asker with ground-and-pound to earn a first-round stoppage. Harris closed as a -330 favorite with Asker +300.
Alex Caceres put in a well-rounded performance to add another victory to his resume over newcomer Rolando Dy. Caceres closed at -320 favorite with Dy at +260.
Li Jingliang dropped the opening round but turned it on during rounds two and three to win a unanimous decision over Frank Camacho. Jingliang closed as a -550 favorite with Camacho +425.
Naokie Inoue dominated the grappling exchanges in all three rounds to win a dominant decision over fellow debutant Carls Johns de Tomas. Inoue closed -275 with Tomas +235.
Lucie Pudilova controlled the cage in round three to earn a unanimous-decision win over Ji Yeon Kim. Pudilova closed as a slight -120 favorite with Kim a +100 underdog.
Underdogs that Won
Ulka Sasasi stunned Justin Scoggins by securing a submission in a big come-from-behind victory in the second round. Sasaki closed as a whopping +415 underdog while Scoggins disappointed many as a -525 favorite.
Russell Doane backed up Kwan Ho Kwak and delivered powerful punches against the cage to put his opponent away towards the end of the first round to earn a big victory at UFC Fight Night 111. Doane closed as a small +100 underdog with Kwak the -120 favorite.