UFC Fight Night 30 took place today in Manchester, England, and while the undercard provided a decent amount of action, the card ended with a main event that definitely delivered and all-in-all it was a pretty solid free TV event. Overall from a betting perspective, eight favorites came through for the win while three dogs cashed and one fight ended in a controversial No Contest. Here’s a betting recap of UFC Fight Night 30 based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers: UFC Fight Night 30 Betting Favorites That Won In the main event of the evening, Lyoto Machida made a spectacular debut in the middleweight division with a brutal first-round head kick KO over Mark Munoz. Machida closed as a -380 favorite (bet $380 to win $100), while Munoz lost as a +340 underdog (bet $100 to win $340). In a light heavyweight fight, Jimi Manuwa beat up Ryan Jimmo until Jimmo exited the fight with an injury in the second round. Manuwa closed at -150, while Jimmo was +140. In a lightweight fight, Norman Parke outlasted Jon Tuck en route to a unanimous decision. Parke was a -175 fav, while Tuck was a +165 dog. In a a flyweight bout, John Lineker knocked out Phil Harris in the first round. Lineker was a a-420 favorite and looked every bit the part with the quick finish on Lineker, who was a +375 dog. In a lightweight match, Al Iaquinta defeated Piotr Hallmann via unanimous decision. Iaquinta won out as a -160 favorite, while Hallmann closed at +150. In a women’s bantamweight bout, Jessica Andrade defeated Rosi Sexton via unanimous decision after beating her up for three straight rounds. Andrade was a -120 fav to win, while Sexton closed at +110. In a featherweight bout, Cole Miller defeated Andy Ogle via unanimous decision. Miller closed as a -200 fav, while Ogle lost as a +185 dog. In a featherweight fight, Jimy Hettes defeated Robert Whittaker via second-round submission (rear-naked choke). Hettes was -440, while Whiteford was +370. UFC Fight Night 30 Betting Underdogs That Won In a middleweight bout, UFC newcomer Nicholas Musoke defeated Alessio Sakara via first-round submission (armbar) to cash out as a big dog. Musoke closed at +165, while Sakara closed at -175 and may be cut after suffering his fourth-straight loss. In a middleweight bout, Luke Barnatt defeated Andrew Craig via second-round submission (rear-naked choke) to emerge as a dark horse contender at 185 pounds. Barnatt dominated the fight and closed as a +170 dog, while Craig lost as a -185 fav. In a middleweight bout, Brad Scott defeated Michael Kuiper via first-round submission (front choke) in a big upset to start off the night. Scott was a +295 dog, while Kuiper lose as a -325 fav. Other In the co-main event of the evening, Ross Pearson and Melvin Guillard fought to a controversial No Contest. Guillard hit Pearson with what the ref deemed as an illegal knee, and the fight was immediately stopped. Guillard was -140, while Pearson was +130 in a matchup that has already been confirmed by the UFC to happen once again next March in London.