‘UFC 200: Tate vs. Nunes’ Complete Betting Odds

Written by Tom Ngo
July 9th, 2016

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There’s just no way “UFC 200: Tate vs. Nunes” could get any more exciting. I mean, there’s just no way. Impossible!

Oh, you can bet on the fights? Silly me, I totally forgot…

There are plenty of options on this star-studded card, but all eyes will be on former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar (pictured) who is making return to MMA for the night. Lesnar is a slight -140 underdog against Mark Hunt. “The Super Samoan” checks in as a -170 odds-on favorite to rain on Lesnar’s parade.

The night’s other intriguing line involves Anderson Silva, who accepted a non-title light heavyweight title against champion Daniel Cormier on just two days’ notice after Jon Jones flunked his pre-fight drug test. For the first time in 10 years, Silva is an underdog.

“The Spider” is a 3.5-1 longshot against Cormier. The UFC light heavyweight champ is pegged as a solid 5-1 favorite.

UFC 200 goes down inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Here are the wagering lines for tonight’s fights:

Preliminary Card:

Takanori Gomi +210
Jim Miller -280

Joe Lauzon -120
Diego Sanchez -110

Thiago Santos +210
Gegard Mousasi -280

Enrique Marin +250
Sage Northcutt -350

Raphael Assuncao +300
TJ Dillashaw -400

Kelvin Gastelum -120
Johny Hendricks -110

Julianna Peña +125
Cat Zingano -155

Main Card:

Travis Browne +220
Cain Velasquez -300

Frankie Edgar -125
Jose Aldo -105

Anderson Silva +350
Daniel Cormier -500

Brock Lesnar +140
Mark Hunt -170

Amanda Nunes +200
Miesha Tate -260

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