UFC on Fuel TV 2 Odds

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STOCKHOLM, Sweden (TheSpread) – The UFC travels to Sweden for the first time with UFC on Fuel TV 2 on Saturday. Here is a look at the odds for this event.

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UFC on Fuel TV 2 will take place from the Ericsson Globe Arena at 3PM ET with a main event that features light heavyweight contenders Alexander Gustafsson (13-1) taking on Thiago Silva (14-2). Oddsmakers see the Sweden native, Gustafsson, as the favorite in this fight, with a money line of -225 to win. Silva has been given odds of +185 to prevail. Silva has not competed in over a year due to a drug suspension. He has been one of the top 10 in the division and will be the toughest opponent yet for Gustafsson, Gustafsson has won his last four bouts, all by stoppage.

The co-main event for Saturday’s card is a middleweight clash between Brian Stann (11-4) and Alessio Sakara (15-8). According to oddsmakers, Stann is the clear favorite in this bout with a money line of -400, while Sakara has odds of +300 to win. Stann is one of the top strikers in the middleweight division, Stann is coming off a loss to Chael Sonnen, but he had won his last three prior to that. Sakra is a veteran fighter, but struggled to get to that next level in the UFC. A win over Stann would be the biggest of his career.

For the complete odds for the main card of UFC on Fuel TV 2, see below. UFC on Fuel TV 2 will have its main card air live on Fuel TV at 3PM ET on Saturday with preliminary bouts airing live on Facebook prior to the main card.

UFC on Fuel TV 2 Betting Odds & Fight Card

Light Heavyweight Bout

Thiago Silva +185

Alexander Gustafsson -225

Middleweight Bout

Alessio Sakara +300

Brian Stann -400

Welterweight Bout

Siyar Bahadurzada +130

Paulo Thiago -160

Welterweight Bout

John Maguire -155

Damarques Johnson +125

Featherweight Bout

Dennis Siver +154

Diego Nunes -184

Bantamweight Bout

Damacio Page +190

Brad Pickett -240

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