UFC Fight Night 127 took place Saturday, March 17, 2018 at the O2 Arena in London, England. The card was headlined by a heavyweight bout between Alexander Volkov and Fabricio Werdum.
Closing odds are best available from multiple books at time of bout. Here’s a quick recap of each of those fights.
Favorites that Won
In a back and forth contest with volume striking from both sides, Tom Duquesnoy got the best of Terrion Ware to win a decision. Duquesnoy closed -400. Ware closed +300.
Leon Edwards earned a last second TKO stoppage over Peter Sobotta to put an exclamation point on his victory. Edwards closed -200 while Sobotta closed +160.
Danny Roberts landed a straight left hand that to the jaw of Oliver Enkamp that sent the Swede spiraling to the canvas to give Roberts a first round knockout victory. Roberts closed -130 with the return on Enkamp +110.
Dmitriy Sosnovskiy hurt Mark Godbeer with a straight punch in the second round. He took him to the mat and eventually secured a rear naked choke for his first UFC win. Sosnovskiy closed -270. Godbeer +230.
Underdogs that Won
Alexander Volkov entered heavyweight title contention with a fourth round knockout of Fabricio Werdum in the main event of UFC Fight Night 127. Volkov closed +180 while Werdum closed -210.
Jan Blachowicz earned one of the biggest wins of his career as he out worked Jimi Manuwa to win a decision on the scorecards. Blachowicz closed +130 while Manuwa closed -150.
Charles Byrd quickly took John Phillips to the mat and beat him up on the ground before securing a rear naked choke with just over a minute left in the opening round. Byrd closed +100 while Phillips closed -120.
Danny Henry stunned another hyped prospect in Hakeem Dawodu hurting him in the opening exchanges and quickly finished it off with a guillotine choke. Henry closed +230. Dawodu -270.
After being completely dominated for 14 minutes plus of this fight, Paul Craig snuck out a triangle choke in the final seconds of the fight to stun Magomed Ankalaev to win by submission. Craig closed +550 with the return on Ankalaev -800.
In a back and forth fight, Kajan Johnson snuck out a split decision victory over Stevie Ray. Johnson closed +175 while Ray closed -210.