‘UFC 217: Bisping vs. St-Pierre’ Complete Betting Odds

Written by Tom Ngo
November 4th, 2017

UFC Michael Bisping

And new or and still? You’re not the only one who can’t decide who’s going to leave NYC with the UFC middleweight crown Saturday at UFC 217.

Champion Michael Bisping (pictured) and former welterweight king Georges St-Pierre are dead-even heading into tonight. Both fighters are currently pegged at -115.

The co-main event between former Team Alpha Male teammates is also pretty close. Cody Garbrandt is a 2-1 odds-on favorite to retain his bantamweight belt. TJ Dillashaw comes in closely behind at +160.

The card’s third title tilt is expected to be a runaway for strawweight queen Joanna Jedrzejczyk. The Polish fighter is a solid 6.5-1 odds-on favorite to post her sixth consecutive title defense, tying former women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey for most UFC title defenses by a female.

Rose Namajunas checks in as a +425 longshot.

Here are the complete wagering lines for tonight’s fights:

Preliminary Card:

Aiemann Zahabi +160
Ricardo Ramos -200

Corey Anderson +125
Ovince Saint Preux -155

Oleksiy Oleinik +250
Curtis Blaydes -350

Mickey Gall -115
Randy Brown -115

Mark Godbeer +275
Walt Harris -375

James Vick +140
Joe Duffy -170

Main Card:

Paulo Borrachinha -350
Johny Hendricks +250

Jorge Masvidal +155
Stephen Thompson -190

Rose Namajunas +425
Joanna Jedrzejczyk -650

TJ Dillashaw +160
Cody Garbrandt -200

Michael Bisping -115
Georges St-Pierre -115

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