It’s fight day, and Bloody Elbow is here to bring you the UFC Nashville betting odds!
The top of the billing will see former welterweight title challenger Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson lock horns with the UFC’s former lightweight champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis. With a moneyline of -335, Thompson is heavily favored to get passed the +305 underdog in Pettis.
The over/under for this welterweight main event has been set at 4.5 rounds. The ‘under’ prop bet owns a favored line of -117 while the ‘over’ clocks in with a slight underdog mark of +102. The odds are split when it comes to whether or not the bout will end inside the distance. ‘Fight goes to decision’ sits at -105 with ‘Fight doesn’t go to decision’ even more favored at -125.
The heavyweight division will be showcased in the co-main event when the promotion’s #4 ranked Curtis Blaydes collides with the #10 ranked Justin Willis. Blaydes pulls rank as a -245 betting favorite with a +225 comeback on Willis.
The over/under for this big-man matchup has been set at 2.5 rounds. Both values own minus lines, with the ‘over’ being more favored at -112 than the ‘under’ moneyline of -103. According to the odds, this one isn’t going to last the entire fifteen-minutes. ‘Fight doesn’t go to decision’ can be had at a favored line of -135, with ‘Fight goes to decision’ sitting with an underdog tag of +105.
The UFC Nashville betting lines that saw the most movement comes with bantamweight bout Chris Gutierrez vs. Ryan MacDonald. On popular betting site 5Dimes, Gutierrez opened up as a +125 underdog, but has since become moderately favored with a line of -245. His opponent MacDonald opened up as the betting favorite with a line of -165 before blasting into the underdog realm to the +225 mark.
The UFC Nashville main card will air live on ESPN+ at 8:00 P.M. ET with the prelims starting at 5:00 P.M. ET also on ESPN+.
Check out the UFC Nashville betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:
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