Full UFC Fight Night 121 Betting Odds

UFC Fight Night 121 takes place November 19, 2017 in Sydney, Australia (Saturday in the United States) and pits former heavyweight champion Fabrício Werdum against top prospect Marcin Tybura in the main event. MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the remaining betting odds for the preliminary portion of the card on the Several Bookmakers.

In the main event of the prelims, flyweight prospect Ryan Benoit competes for the first time this year against Australia’s Ashkan Mokhtarian. Benoit (9-5) has lost two of his last three fights including a split decision setback to Brandon Moreno at The Ultimate Fighter Season 24 Finale in December. Mokhtarian (13-2) is coming off a loss to John Moraga in June in his promotional debut which snapped his six-fight win streak. 

In a matchup that was slated to take place at UFC 216, former Bellator lightweight champion Will Brooks faces Nik Lentz. Brooks (18-3) has lost back-to-back fights against Alex Oliveira and Charles Oliveira, and will be looking for his first win since July 2016. Lentz (27-8-2) was forced off UFC 216 due to an illness and forced the cancellation of his bout with Brooks. The 33-year-old is 2-2 in his last four fights including a unanimous decision loss to Islam Makhachev in his last fight at UFC 208. 

A pair of lightweights look to place their bid for ‘Fight of the Night” when Australia’s Damien Brown faces Frank Camacho. Brown (17-10) hasn’t compete since a TKO loss to Vinc Pichel in June and recently signed a new contract with the UFC. The 32-year-old is 2-2 in his last four fights. Camacho (20-5) dropped his UFC debut on short notice against Jingliang Li at UFC Fight Night 111, but he did take home a “Performance Of the Night” bonus. The 28-year-old is also 2-2 in his last four fights. 

Continue reading for the full slate of odds for UFC Fight Night 121.


UFC Fight Night 121: Werdum vs. Tybura
NOVEMBER 18, 2017
Qudos Bank Arena | Sydney, Australia

Main Card – (FS1, 10PM ET)

Marcin Tybura +185
Fabricio Werdum -265

Over 2.5 -125
Under 2.5 -115

Jessica-Rose Clark -115
Bec Rawlings -125

Over 2.5 -245
Under 2.5 +175

Belal Muhammad +150
Tim Means -190

Over 1.5 -175
Under 1.5 +135

Bojan Velickovic +135
Jake Matthews -175

Over 2.5 -190
Under 2.5 +150

Daniel Kelly +160
Elias Theodorou -210

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Shane Young +335
Alex Volkanovski -505

Over 2.5 -125
Under 2.5 -115

Preliminary Card – (FS1, 8PM ET)

Ashkan Mokhtarian +170
Ryan Benoit -230

Over 2.5 -150
Under 2.5 +110

Nik Lentz +265
Will Brooks -385

Over 2.5 -265
Under 2.5 +185

Anthony Hamilton +110
Adam Wieczorek -150

Over 1.5 -160
Under 1.5 +120

Frank Camacho -120
Damien Brown -120

Over 2.5 -120
Under 2.5 -120

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

Alex Chambers +110
Nadia Kassem -150

Over 1.5 -140
Under 1.5 +100

Jenel Lausa +285
Eric Shelton -405

Over 2.5 -230
Under 2.5 +170

Rashad Coulter +165
Tai Tuivasa -215

Over 1.5 +150
Under 1.5 -190


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Written by James Lynch

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