‘UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva II’ Complete Betting Odds

Written by Tom Ngo
December 28th, 2013

UFC Middleweight Anderson Silva

The time for hyping is done. There’s certainly no need to promote the biggest rematch in MMA history any more than the UFC already has. Let’s do this!

Will Anderson Silva (pictured) erase the nightmare from just five months ago to reclaim his middleweight throne? Can Chris Weidman prove that their initial tango was no fluke and he in fact is the best 185-pounder in the game?

The Gambling Gods think more of the prior than the latter.

Silva is a -170 odds-on favorite to beat Weidman in tonight’s highly-anticipated scrap. Weidman is a slight +140 underdog to successfully defend his crown.

Here are the wagering lines for Saturday’s fights:

Favorites (-) Underdogs (+)

Preliminary Card:

Estevan Payan +155
Robbie Peralta -190

William Macario +130
Bobby Voelker -160

John Howard +120
Siyar Bahadurzada -150

Manny Gamburyan +200
Dennis Siver -260

Michael Johnson +120
Gleison Tibau -150

Chris Leben +220
Uriah Hall -300

Main Card:

Diego Brandao +160
Dustin Poirier -200

Fabricio Camoes +300
Jim Miller -400

Travis Browne +155
Josh Barnett -190

Miesha Tate +450
Ronda Rousey -700

Anderson Silva -170
Chris Weidman +140

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