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UFC 217 midweek betting odds: Georges St-Pierre & Michael Bisping at even moneyline

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Check the betting odds for Saturday’s UFC 217. Currently, there’s is no favorite/underdog in the middleweight main event title fight between GSP and Michael Bisping.

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UFC 217 is upon us and Bloody Elbow has compiled the betting odds for your viewing pleasure. The marquee matchup will see the return of UFC great Georges St-Pierre (-115) after nearly 4 years away from the sport, to challenge Michael Bisping (-115) for the middleweight title. The UFC’s bantamweight strap will be on the line in the co-main event, as Cody Garbrandt (-185) looks to defend against former champ, and former teammate, T.J. Dillashaw (+160). A third title will sway in the balance, as strawweight queen Joanna Jedrzejczyk (-700) faces off with “Thug” Rose Namajunas (+500).

There will be some heavy favorites in action at UFC 217, as 4 out of the 12 scheduled tilts involve a favorite with a moneyline of -400 or higher:

(-700) Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs. Rose Namajunas (+500): Strawweight Title

(-400) Walt Harris vs. Mark Godbeer (+325): Heavyweight

(-550) Ion Cutelaba vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk (+425): Light Heavyweight

(-400) Curtis Blaydes vs. Aleksei Oleinik (++315): Heavyweight

Fans are in store for a couple of pick’em bouts as Georges St-Pierre and Michael Bisping can both be found at -115, and Randy Brown (-115 to +103) rocks both plus and minus tags as he faces Mickey Gall (-120).

Saturday’s UFC 217 main card will air live on Pay-Per-View at 10:00 P.M. EDT with the prelims starting at 8:00 P.M. EDT on FS1. The Exclusive Fight Pass prelims will begin at 6:30 P.M. EDT.

Check out the UFC 217 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:

Movement courtesy of BestFightOdds.com:

Georges St-Pierre vs. Michael Bisping: Middleweight Title

GSP opened up as the betting favorite with a moneyline of -150, with Bisping starting his betting life as the underdog at +120. The betting public seem to like them some Bisping at dog odds, as the wagers have evened up the lines, sending both GSP and Bisping to around -115 respectively.

Randy Brown vs. Mickey Gall: Welterweight

Brown began his UFC 217 betting life as the solid favorite at -170, with Gall clocking in as the underdog at +130. Slowly but surely, the coin has been steadily trickling in for Gall. He’s gone to the solid favorite at around -120, and leaving Brown at both plus and minus odds from -115 to +103.

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Walt Harris vs. Mark Godbeer: Heavyweight

Walt Harris tends to finish up in under 1.5 rounds, and Mark Godbeer might be asking for it here. If you’re not high on Harris @ -375, then Walt Harris inside the distance @ -172 is worth a look.

Be sure to check back in with Bloody Elbow to catch the final betting odds on fight day, as the moneylines tend to shift a bit following the weigh-ins. All of your event coverage including play-by-play, results, highlights, and more can be found right here at BloodyElbow.com. Happy hunting!