‘UFC 210: Cormier vs. Johnson 2’ Complete Betting Odds

Written by Tom Ngo
April 6th, 2017


UFC 210 isn’t going to pay for itself, so let’s see if the fighters can cover it for you!

We’ve gathered the latest betting odds for Saturday’s event, and there are plenty of interesting ones to choose from. For the most part, all of the show’s significant fights are very close.

Anthony Johnson (pictured) has dropped to just a -120 odds-on favorite to dethrone UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier in the featured attraction. Cormier, meanwhile, is right on “Rumble’s” heels as a -110 underdog.

Johnson was nearly a 2-1 favorite earlier this week. It would not be surprising to see Cormier emerge as the betting favorite when the cage door slams shut.

Cormier submitted Johnson in their initial encounter 23 months ago.

Speaking of -120/-110 betting lines, those are the exact same odds for the night’s co-main event between former middleweight champ Chris Weidman and Gegard Mousasi.

The scrap is critical for both fighters – Weidman has dropped two straight and Mousasi’s UFC contract is up. Mousasi is currently a narrow favorite to extend his winning streak to five.

UFC 210 takes place inside KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York.

Here are the wagering lines for Saturday’s fights:

Preliminary Card:

Desmond Green +175
Josh Emmett -220

Gregor Gillespie -230
Andrew Holbrook +180

Irene Aldana +130
Katlyn Chookagian -160

Jan Blachowicz -130
Patrick Cummins +100

Jenel Lausa +325
Magomed Bibulatov -450

Charles Rosa +180
Shane Burgos -230

Sean Strickland +250
Kamaru Usman -350

Mike De La Torre +325
Myles Jury -450

Main Card:

Charles Oliveira +190
Will Brooks -240

Thiago Alves +125
Patrick Cote -155

Pearl Gonzalez +200
Cynthia Calvillo -260

Gegard Mousasi -120
Chris Weidman -110

Anthony Johnson -120
Daniel Cormier -110

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