WSOF 15 took place tonight in Tampa, Florida, and the event overall could be considered a success as it ended on a high note with a massive knockout. Overall from a betting perspective, two favorites and two underdogs won based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Here’s a quick recap for each fight. Underdogs That Won In the main event of the evening, David Branch defeated Yushin Okami via fourth-round TKO (punches) to retain the WSOF middleweight title. Branch nailed Okami with a huge punch in the fourth round to drop him, where he soon finished him off with strikes to pick up the biggest win of his career. Branch cashed as a +280 underdog (bet $100 to win $280) while Okami lost as a -310 favorite (bet $310 to win $100). In a lightweight bout, Jorge Patino defeated Eric Reynolds via unanimous decision (30-27 x 2, 29-28). The ancient Patino used takedowns to grind a game Reynolds out over the course of 15 minutes and earn the win. Patino cashed at +105 while Reynolds lost at -115. Favorites That Won In the co-main event of the evening, Justin Gaethje defeated Melvin Guillard via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 30-27) in a lightweight bout that was changed to a catchweight after Guillard missed weight. Gaethje used his leg kicks and pressure to pile up the points on Guillard to take home a close decision win again in the WSOF cage and improve to 13-0 in his young career, although he can definitely earn a lot from the fight to improve going forward. Gaethje scored at -190 while Guillard lost at +165. In a women’s strawweight bout, Jessica Aguilar defeated Khalindra Faria via unanimous decision (49-45 x 3) to retain the WSOF women’s strawweight championship. Aguilar won the striking and grappling battle and easily defended her title once again as only a modest favorite. Aguilar was -240 while Faria was +220.