Full UFC Fight Night 120 Betting Odds

The competitors on this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 120 will have the unenviable task of following what ended up being one of the greatest UFC events of all-time. While it would be virtually impossible to equal the latest New York City event, fans in Norfolk will be treated to some fighters with high-powered offenses and should get a quality show on Saturday night.

The main event leads the way as the all-around skills of former champion Anthony Pettis and Dustin Poirier will look to join a crowded group of contenders at 155lbs. After his experiment at featherweight lasted just two fights, Pettis returned to his more natural weight last fight and picked up a victory over Jim Miller. Poirier also brings a victory over Miller into this fight, but only because his bout against Eddie Alvarez was deemed a no contest.

UFC Fight Night 120 also features the final bout in the entertaining career of Matt Brown. The former TUF competitor evolved from .500 journeyman into a perennially ranked welterweight and one of the premiere action fighters in the division. Fittingly, Brown will get an opponent who should bring out a typical performance from him. Diego Sanchez will move back up to his longtime home of welterweight to bid Brown adieu from the Octagon.

Also in action on the Fox Sports 1 portion of the card, heavyweight Junior Albini will hope for a repeat of his impressive debut as he takes on former champion Andrei Arlovski. In addition, Cezar Ferreira will attempt to start a new winning streak after a controversial decision snapped his three-fight run in his last outing. The Brazilian will be tasked with former title challenger Nate Marquardt. Rounding out the main card are bantamweights Raphael Assuncao and Matthew Lopez, and — continuing the trend of action fights — Joe Lauzon will face Clay Guida in the curtain-jerker.

MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas recently opened the betting odds for each of the main card bouts at Several Bookmakers. Today, he expanded those odds to include the entire 7-fight preliminary slate. Those preliminary bouts include what is perhaps the best fight on the card, as John Dodson takes on Marlon Moraes in what should be a high-level striking affair. 

The prelims also showcase the return of TUF winner Tatiana Suarez, who faces undefeated Viviane Pereira. Other notables on the preliminary card include: Sage Northcutt, Angela Hill, Sean Strickland, and the UFC debut of standout striker Karl Roberson. Keep reading for the full slate of odds:


UFC Fight Night 120: Poirier vs. Pettis
NOVEMBER 11, 2017
Ted Constant Convocation Center | Norfolk, Virginia

Main Card – (FS1, 10PM ET)

Dustin Poirier +100
Anthony Pettis -140

Over 2.5 -130
Under 2.5 -110

Diego Sanchez +180
Matt Brown -260

Over 2.5 -130
Under 2.5 -110

Andrei Arlovski +170
Junior Albini -230

Over 1.5 +110
Under 1.5 -150

Nate Marquardt +115
Cezar Ferreira -155

Over 1.5 -160
Under 1.5 +120

Matthew Lopez +160
Raphael Assuncao -210

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Clay Guida +110
Joe Lauzon -150

Over 2.5 -150
Under 2.5 +110

Preliminary Card – (FS1, 8 p.m. ET)

Marlon Moraes -120
John Dodson -120

Over 2.5 -230
Under 2.5 +170

Viviane Pereira +185
Tatiana Suarez -265

Over 2.5 -135
Under 2.5 -105

Michel Quinones +175
Sage Northcutt -245

Over 1.5 -175
Under 1.5 +135

Nina Ansaroff +165
Angela Hill -215

Over 2.5 -210
Under 2.5 +160

Preliminary Card – (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30PM ET)

Court McGee +160
Sean Strickland -210

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Jake Collier +165
Marcel Fortuna -215

Over 1.5 -180
Under 1.5 +140

Darren Stewart +150
Karl Roberson -190

Over 2.5 -115
Under 2.5 -125


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Written by Brad Taschuk

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