MMA Odds and Ends for Wednesday: New UFC on FUEL TV 9, KSW 22 Lines

Brad Pickett‘Odds Week’ continues here at MMA Oddsbreaker, as today some new lines were released for the UFC on FUEL TV 9 card, which takes place on April 6th and marks the organization’s second trip to Sweden. The main event of the card features Alexander Gustafsson fighting in his home country once again, as he takes on former Strikeforce and DREAM light heavyweight champion Gegard Mousasi. The line for that fight opened a few weeks ago at Several Bookmakers with Gustafsson as a solid favorite at -260, while the comeback on Mousasi was +180. The UFC on FUEL TV 9 lines added are: ——————– Brad Pickett -180 Mike Easton +140 Ross Pearson -290 Ryan Couture +210 ——————– Pickett and Easton are both looking to rebound from losses in their last bout, as they were defeated by top bantamweights Eddie Wineland and Raphael Assuncao, respectively. Couture makes his UFC debut and becomes the first second generation fighter to fight in the organization. Unfortunately, he is matched up against the streaking Pearson who looks to have re-discovered his home at lightweight. In addition, lines were also opened today for KSW 22, which takes place this Saturday in Warsaw, Poland. The card features two UFC veterans (Goran Reljic and Oli Thompson), a PRIDE vet (Pawel Nastula) and numerous fighters looking to make their mark in the sport and potentially secure themselves a UFC contract. Here are the lines for the full card: ——————– Jan Blachowicz -280 Goran Reljic +200 Karol Bedorf -265 Oli Thompson +185 Anzor Azhiev -420 Mariusz Pioskowik +300 Marcin Naruszczka -165 Rafal Moks +125 Christos Piliafas -130 Kamil Walus -110 Piotr Strus -475 Abu Azaitar +325 Pawel Nastula -350 Kevin Asplund +250 ——————– Stay tuned to MMA Oddsbreaker throughout the week, as we’ll have ongoing coverage of this Saturday’s UFC 158 card featuring the welterweight title bout between Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz.

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