UFC on FX 3 Odds


SUNRISE, FL (TheSpread) – A key rematch in the Flyweight Division highlights another night of UFC action as UFC on FX 3 takes place on Friday night.

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UFC on FX 3 will take place from the Bank Atlantic Center with the main card bouts airing live on FX at 9PM ET. The undercard will air live on Fuel TV prior to the main card.

The main event of Friday’s card is a flyweight bout between Ian McCall (11-2-1) and Demetrious Johnson (14-2-1). These two met back on March 3 in a three round contest that was originally scored for Johnson. But, after further review of the scorecards, the fight was actually a draw. That original bout was actually a semifinal of a Flyweight Tournament for the UFC, so this bout will determine who contends for the title against Joseph Benavidez. This fight will be five rounds instead of three like the first meeting. According to oddsmakers, Johnson is the slight favorite to win, as he has a money line of -145, while McCall has odds of +115 to prevail. These two are pretty evenly matched. Johnson has a slight speed and wrestling edge while McCall has the striking advantage. Conditioning will play a big role in this contest.

The co-main event for this card is a bantamweight contest between Eddie Wineland (18-8-1) and Scott Jorgensen (13-5). According to oddsmakers, Jorgensen is the favorite in this bout, as he has odds of -220 to win, while Wineland has been given a money line of +180 to prevail. Both men are well-rounded fighters. Wineland is the better striker of the two but Jorgensen is the better grappler. Jorgensen has the edge in the eyes of the oddsmakers due to more success in the UFC/WEC and he likely has a little better conditioning than Wineland. Expect this fight to go the distance no matter who wins.

For the complete odds for the main card of UFC on FX 3, see below.

UFC on FX 3 Betting Odds & Fight Card

Flyweight Bout

Ian McCall +115

Demetrious Johnson -145

Welterweight Bout

Charlie Brenneman +145

Erick Silva -175

Welterweight Bout

Josh Neer +160

Mike Pyle -200

Bantamweight Bout

Eddie Wineland +180

Scott Jorgensen -220

Welterweight Bout

Carlos Rocha +205

Mike Pierce -255

Welterweight Bout

Lance Benoist -115

Seth Baczynski -115

Featherweight Bout

Matt Grice +125

Leonard Garcia -155

Bantamweight Bout

Jared Papazian -160

Dustin Pague +130

Lightweight Bout

Justin Salas +110

Tim Means -140

Middleweight Bout

Buddy Roberts -125

Caio Magalhaes -105

Lightweight Bout

Bernardo Magalhaes +160

Henry Martinez -200

Welterweight Bout

Sean Pierson +135

Jake Hecht -165

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