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UFC 195 betting odds: Fight odds have Lawler and Condit dead even

Take a look at the odds for UFC 195, as Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit meet in a pick 'em fight.

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This Saturday night, UFC kicks off 2016 with UFC 195. UFC 195: Lawler vs. Condit is live on PPV this Saturday, January 2 with a fight time of 10:00 p.m. ET for the main card. As always, Bloody Elbow will have live fight night coverage. To get ready for the show, let's take a look at the UFC 195 odds, courtesy of Odds Shark.

The main event at UFC 195 sees Robbie Lawler defend his UFC Welterweight Title against Carlos Condit in a close fight. The odds for that one are quite interesting right now:

Robbie Lawler -115
Carlos Condit -115

With two days until fight time, both champion and challenger are dead even at -115. As a reminder, this means a bet of $115 on the winner will earn you $100. Interesting to see a title fight at this even point, and it will also be interesting to see if one man emerges as the betting favorite before Saturday night gets underway.

Also on the main card, Stipe Miocic is the favorite over former UFC Heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski. Miocic is at -225 to Arlovski's +175. Albert Tumenov is the -250 favorite over Lorenz Larkin (+195) and Brian Ortega is up -210 against Diego Brandao at +170. Finally, in what I see as a bit of a surprise, Tony Sims is just slightly favored over Abel Trujillo at -135 for Sims, +105 for Trujillo.

Closest fight of the night is of course the main event, though interestingly that's not the only even fight on the card. Joe Soto vs. Michinori Tanaka also sits at -115 to -115. Widest margin of the night is the Fox Sports 1 headliner as Michael McDonald makes his long-awaited return to the UFC. The former title challenger sits as the heavy favorite at -550 over opponent Masanori Kanehara at +375. Overall, it's a close night for oddsmakers, with the majority of fights in the 100-200 range. Full odds are below.

So, Bloody Elbow readers - where will you be placing your money Saturday night?

As of December 29

Robbie Lawler -115
Carlos Condit -115

Stipe Miocic -225
Andrei Arlovski +175

Lorenz Larkin +195
Albert Tumenov -250

Brian Ortega -210
Diego Brandao +170

Abel Trujillo +105
Tony Sims -135

Michael McDonald -550
Masanori Kanehara +375

Kyle Noke -305
Alex Morono +235

Justine Kish -270
Nina Ansaroff +210

Scott Holtzman -165
Drew Dober +135

Joseph Duffy -190
Dustin Poirier +155

Joe Soto -115
Michinori Tanaka -115

Sheldon Westcott -165
Edgar Garcia +135