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UFC odds roundup: RDA, Jones, Lawler favorite for upcoming events

Take a look at the current betting odds for a busy July in the UFC.

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The UFC has six events coming up in July. They'll start with three in a row in Vegas leading up to UFC 200, then move the Octagon to Sioux Falls, Chicago, and Atlanta over the course of the month. This gives gambling fans some 70-odd fights to bet on, and there are a lot of alluring lines sitting around right now. So without further ado, courtesy of our friends at Best Fight Odds, here's a rundown of all the available UFC lines in July thus far:

UFC Fight Night 90: Dos Anjos vs. Alvarez odds - BestFightOdds

UFC: The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale: Team Joanna vs. Team Claudia odds - BestFightOdds

UFC 200: Cormier vs. Jones 2 odds - BestFightOdds

UFC Fight Night 91 odds - BestFightOdds

UFC on FOX 20: Holm vs. Shevchenko odds - BestFightOdds

UFC 201: Lawler vs. Woodley odds - BestFightOdds

That may be a bunch of sensory overload, but there's a lot to unpack from this. If you've followed my posts on here for a long period of time, you should know better than to follow my advice when it comes to betting. But there is some obvious stuff here that shouldn't be missed, so I'm going to helpfully point it out.

On the UFC Vegas card on July 7th, the spread between John Makdessi and Mehdi Baghdad is huge. That's something you can hedge. Also, Mitch Clarke might be undervalued against Joseph Duffy.

On the TUF Finale, Will Brooks may still be bit overvalued. Not nearly as much as he was when the line opened, but getting Ross Pearson at over +300 is still good value to me. John Moraga and Kevin Lee look like good bets on that card as well.

UFC 200 is a total crapshoot. But the line between Amanda Nunes and Miesha Tate is really wide across books right now, and that's something worth exploiting right now as well if you have multiple accounts across sportsbooks. Mark Hunt and Thiago Santos aren't bad bets either.

The other three cards don't have much available yet, but it's pretty crazy that Demetrious Johnson is above -1100. Bet on Robbie Lawler though - the -210 range is an amazing price against Tyron Woodley at UFC 201.

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