UFC Fight Night 27 Closing Odds & Results

condit-blood UFC Fight Night 27 came at us live from Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN, and the event produced a number of exciting fights and a bevy of impressive finishes. Overall from a betting perspective, seven favorites won while four underdogs cashed out. Here’s a betting recap of UFC Fight Night 27 based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers: UFC Fight Night 27 Betting Favorites That Won In the main event of the evening, Carlos Condit stopped Martin Kampmann with a fourth-round TKO to snap his two-fight losing streak. Condit closed at -280 (bet $280 to win $100), while Kampmann closed at closed at +255 (bet $100 to win $255). In the co-main event of the evening, Rafael dos Anjos outworked Donald Cerrone en route to a unanimous decision. Dos Anjos was -115, and Cerrone was +105. In a welterweight bout, Kelvin Gastelum submitted Brian Melancon with a rear-naked choke. Gastelum was -310, while Melancon was +280. In a middleweight bout, Brad Tavares won a unanimous decision over Bubba McDaniel. Tavares was -570, while McDaniel closed at +480. In a middleweight bout, Dylan Andrews came back and knocked out Papy Abedi in the third round after losing the first two. Andrews closed at -305, while Abedi was +275. In a welterweight bout, Brandon Thatch defeated Justin Edwards via first-round TKO. Thatch was -270, and Edwards was +248. In a welterweight bout, Zac Cummings submitted Ben Alloway with a first-round brabo choke. Cummings closed at -125, while Alloway closed at +115. UFC Fight Night 27 Betting Underdogs That Won In a welterweight bout, Court McGee defeated Robert Whittaker via split decision in a “Fight of the Night” candidate. McGee was +170, while Whittaker was -185. In a bantamweight bout, Takeya Mizugaki defeated Erik Perez via split decision. Mizugaki closed at +160, while Perez was -170. In a featherweight bout, Darren Elkins outwrestled Hatsu Hioki en route to a decision. Elkins was +150, while Hioki was -160. In a welterweight bout, Jason High submitted James Head with a first-round guillotine choke. High was a +120 dog, while Head was a -130 fav. Other Results The lightweight fight between Abel Trujillo and Roger Bowling was ruled a No Contest after Trujillo hit Bowling with an illegal knee to the head and Bowling wasn’t able to continue. Wagers on Trujillo, who was -130 , and Bowling, who was +120, were canceled.

Written by Adam Martin.

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