UFC Fight Night 123 Main Card Opening Odds

Ultimate Fighting Championship returns next week (December 9th) for UFC Fight Night 123. The Fresno-based event features veteran Cub Swanson and undefeated featherweight Brian Ortega in the main event. Odds were released for the headlining bout a couple weeks ago, but the rest of the main card still needs odds.

In the co-main event, Jason Knight takes on TUF: Latin America veteran Gabriel Benitez in what expects to be a highly entertaining featherweight scrap. Knight recently had a winning streak halted and he's looking to get back into the mix at 145 pounds.

Perhaps the most intriguing bout on the card is a bantamweight contest between elite prospects Aljamain Sterling and Marlon Moraes. Sterling originally was supposed to face Rani Yahya, but Moraes stepped in on short notice when Yahya was removed from the card due to injury. Moraes, the former World Series of Fighting bantamweight champion, is on the heels of a recent decision victory over John Dodson.

And don't forget about intriguing middleweight prospect Eryk Anders, fresh off a knockout victory over Rafael Natal in his UFC debut, will take on Markus Perez and

MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the UFC Fight Night 123 main card betting odds moments ago via 5Dimes Sportsbook.


UFC Fight Night 123: Swanson vs. Ortega
DECEMBER 9, 2017
Save Mart Center | Fresno, California

Main Card - (FS1, 10PM ET)

Brian Ortega -110
Cub Swanson -130

Over 2.5 -190
Under 2.5 +150

Gabriel Benitez +180
Jason Knight -260

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Aljamain Sterling +135
Marlon Moraes -175

Over 2.5 -280
Under 2.5 +200

Scott Holtzman -105
Darrell Horcher -135

Over 2.5 -180
Under 2.5 +140

Markus Perez +235
Eryk Anders -315

Over 2.5 -130
Under 2.5 -110

Albert Morales +100
Benito Lopez -140

Over 2.5 -170
Under 2.5 +130


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