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UFC Vegas 15 main card betting tips & odds

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UFC Vegas 15: Blaydes vs Lewis

Latest Odds & Fight Info

Main Event odds Curtis Blaydes -400 at Bovada | Derrick Lewis +285 at Bovada
When Saturday, November 28, 2020 – main card from 7pm PST
Where UFC APEX – Las Vegas, Nevada
Watch Live ESPN+ (US), BT Sport (UK), ESPN (AU), UFC Fight Pass,

UFC Vegas 15 betting preview

The main event of UFC Vegas 15 this Saturday night features two of the top heavyweights in the world in Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis. The main card leading up to that bout should provide plenty of excitement with heavy hitters aplenty. Let’s take a look at the latest odds and best bets on offer at UFC bookmakers.

Light Heavyweight: Anthony Smith (-135) vs Devin Clark (+115)

Anthony Smith (33-16-0) has had a tough run over the past two years, going just 1-3 over his last four fights. But it’s worth noting that those three losses have come against three excellent light heavyweights in Jon Jones, Glover Teixeira, and Aleksander Rakic. Devin Clark (12-4-0) is no slouch, but he is a considerable step down in talent compared to the fighters Smith has been struggling with of late. Look for the veteran to rebound with his first win of 2020 in the co-main event on Saturday night.

Anthony Smith by KO/TKO


Heavyweight: Josh Parisian (-200) vs Parker Porter (+170)

Josh Parisian (13-3-0) enters the UFC on a six-fight winning streak, with all six of those wins coming via early-round knockouts. Parker Porter (9-6-0) didn’t look good in his UFC debut in August as he was dominated and knocked out by Chris Daukaus. This will be an action-packed slugfest, and while a Porter upset isn’t out of the question, Parisian is the younger fighter and the better athlete of the two; he should be the one that winds up on top.

John Parisian by KO/TKO


Welterweight: Miguel Baeza (-150) vs Takashi Sato (+130)

Miguel Baeza (9-0-0) is off to a perfect 9-0 start to his professional career, including a 2-0 record in the UFC. Seven of his nine wins have come by way of knockout. Takashi Sato (16-3-0) is 2-1 so far in the UFC with two knockout wins and has 11 knockout wins overall in his career. This should be another thrilling fight between two strikers that will be going for the kill right out of the gate. Baeza may be the more talented fighter here, but Sato’s experience makes him well worth a shot at underdog odds.

Takashi Sato by KO/TKO


Featherweight: Spike Carlyle (-178) vs Bill Algeo (+153)

Spike Carlyle (9-2-0) had a five-fight winning streak snapped in a loss back in May to Billy Quarantillo. It was a disappointing result for the talented young fighter, but one that shouldn’t hold him back for long. Bill Algeo (13-5-0) is a much more favorable matchup for Carlyle, as he doesn’t pose much of a power threat and should be at a severe disadvantage in the striking game. Carlyle should bounce back with a win in this spot.

Spike Carlyle by KO/TKO

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