TUF Nations Finale Odds

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QUEBEC CITY, Canada (The Spread) – Two UFC middleweight contenders collide in the main event of The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale on Wednesday night. Here is a look at the odds for this main card.

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The Ultimate Fighter Finale will take place from the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City with the main card bouts airing live on Fox Sports 1 at 7PM ET on Wednesday.

The main event of Wednesday’s card is a middleweight clash featuring Michael Bisping (24-5) and Tim Kennedy (17-4). According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Bisping is the slight favorite to win, as he has odds of -200 to prevail, while Kennedy has odds of +160 to prevail. Bisping has not competed in nearly a year due to injuries, but is 2-2 in his last four. Kennedy is 2-0 in the UFC and he has won his last three bouts. He is a grappler with strong submission skills while Bisping is more of a point-striker that likes to use his footwork to outscore opponents on his feet.

The co-main event of Wednesday’s card features the TUF Nation coaches Kyle Noke (20-6-1) and Patrick Cote (19-8) meeting in a welterweight clash. Oddsmakers see Noke as a minimal favorite, as he has odds of -120 to win, while Cote has odds of -110 to prevail. Noke is a strong ground fighter that has six of his last eight bouts. Cote is known more for his striking and he is on a two-fight win streak in the UFC. If the fight stays standing, it likely goes to Cote. However, Noke will likely win if the fight is a grappling match.

For complete odds for the main card bouts that will take place at UFC Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale, see below.

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UFC Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale Odds

UFC Middleweight Bout

Michael Bisping -200

Tim Kennedy +160

UFC Welterweight Bout

Patrick Cote -110

Kyle Noke -120

UFC Middleweight Bout

Elias Theodorou -145

Sheldon Westcott +115

UFC Welterweight Bout

Olivier Aubin-Mercier -130

Chad Laprise +100

UFC Featherweight Bout

Dustin Poirier -750

Akira Corassani +475

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