The competitors on this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 120 will have the unenviable task of following what ended up being one of the greatest UFC events of all-time. While it would be virtually impossible to equal the latest New York City event, fans in Norfolk will be treated to some fighters with high-powered offenses and should get a quality show on Saturday night.

The main event leads the way as the all-around skills of former champion Anthony Pettis and Dustin Poirier will look to join a crowded group of contenders at 155lbs. After his experiment at featherweight lasted just two fights, Pettis returned to his more natural weight last fight and picked up a victory over Jim Miller. Poirier also brings a victory over Miller into this fight, but only because his bout against Eddie Alvarez was deemed a no contest.

UFC Fight Night 120 also features the final bout in the entertaining career of Matt Brown. The former TUF competitor evolved from .500 journeyman into a perennially ranked welterweight and one of the premiere action fighters in the division. Fittingly, Brown will get an opponent who should bring out a typical performance from him. Diego Sanchez will move back up to his longtime home of welterweight to bid Brown adieu from the Octagon.

Also in action on the Fox Sports 1 portion of the card, heavyweight Junior Albini will hope for a repeat of his impressive debut as he takes on former champion Andrei Arlovski. In addition, Cezar Ferreira will attempt to start a new winning streak after a controversial decision snapped his three-fight run in his last outing. The Brazilian will be tasked with former title challenger Nate Marquardt. Rounding out the main card are bantamweights Raphael Assuncao and Matthew Lopez, and — continuing the trend of action fights — Joe Lauzon will face Clay Guida in the curtain-jerker.

MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas recently opened the betting odds for each of the main card bouts at 5Dimes Sportsbook. Today, he expanded those odds to include the entire 7-fight preliminary slate. Those preliminary bouts include what is perhaps the best fight on the card, as John Dodson takes on Marlon Moraes in what should be a high-level striking affair. 

The prelims also showcase the return of TUF winner Tatiana Suarez, who faces undefeated Viviane Pereira. Other notables on the preliminary card include: Sage Northcutt, Angela Hill, Sean Strickland, and the UFC debut of standout striker Karl Roberson. Keep reading for the full slate of odds:


UFC Fight Night 120: Poirier vs. Pettis
NOVEMBER 11, 2017
Ted Constant Convocation Center | Norfolk, Virginia

Main Card – (FS1, 10PM ET)

Dustin Poirier +100
Anthony Pettis -140

Over 2.5 -130
Under 2.5 -110

Diego Sanchez +180
Matt Brown -260

Over 2.5 -130
Under 2.5 -110

Andrei Arlovski +170
Junior Albini -230

Over 1.5 +110
Under 1.5 -150

Nate Marquardt +115
Cezar Ferreira -155

Over 1.5 -160
Under 1.5 +120

Matthew Lopez +160
Raphael Assuncao -210

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Clay Guida +110
Joe Lauzon -150

Over 2.5 -150
Under 2.5 +110

Preliminary Card – (FS1, 8 p.m. ET)

Marlon Moraes -120
John Dodson -120

Over 2.5 -230
Under 2.5 +170

Viviane Pereira +185
Tatiana Suarez -265

Over 2.5 -135
Under 2.5 -105

Michel Quinones +175
Sage Northcutt -245

Over 1.5 -175
Under 1.5 +135

Nina Ansaroff +165
Angela Hill -215

Over 2.5 -210
Under 2.5 +160

Preliminary Card – (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30PM ET)

Court McGee +160
Sean Strickland -210

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Jake Collier +165
Marcel Fortuna -215

Over 1.5 -180
Under 1.5 +140

Darren Stewart +150
Karl Roberson -190

Over 2.5 -115
Under 2.5 -125


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