A pivotal fight in the middleweight division will play out in this week’s UFC Fight Night main event. On the marquee, No. 5-ranked Derek Brunson collides with No. 7-ranked Darren Till with both men looking to take a jump closer to a title fight.
UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs Till takes place this Saturday, September 4, at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. For the Brunson vs Till odds in the main event, it is the lower-ranked Till who is the betting favorite.
Following back-to-back losses in 2018, including a knockout loss to middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, Brunson has been on a tear, picking up four straight wins heading into this bout.
While Brunson rebounded from his losing skid, Till moved up from welterweight after losing two in a row and is 1-1 at middleweight, coming off a decision loss to Robert Whittaker last July.
Brunson vs Till Odds
Online sportsbook Sportsbook has the Brunson vs Till odds, listing Darren Till as the -175 favorite and Derek Brunson the +145 underdog. This means that you would have to wager $175 to profit $100 with a Till victory, while a $100 bet on a Brunson win would net you $145.
Furthermore, according to our sports betting calculator, Till’s -175 betting line represents an implied win probability of 63.64 percent while Brunson’s odds have an implied win probability of 40.82 percent.
If you’re looking to place a bet on the biggest underdog of UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs Till, you will be wagering on Liudvik Sholinian, who is a +425 underdog to Jack Shore (-650). Conversely, the tightest betting line is found in the women’s flyweight bout with Ji Yeon Kim and Molly McCann set as a pick’em with both women holding -110 odds.
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Derek Brunson vs Darren Till Odds & Prediction
The current four-fight winning streak that Derek Brunson (+145) is on is the longest since he won five in a row from 2014 to 2016. Conversely, Darren “The Gorilla” Till (-175) has just one win over the last three years, dropping three of his last four, and we haven’t seen him in action in over a year.
Prediction: Darren Till (-175) via decision
Tom Aspinall vs Serghei Spivac Odds & Prediction
A winning streak will come to a close when these two heavyweights meet. Tom Aspinall (-240) made his UFC debut in July of last year, winning three fights in the promotion, and has won six in a row overall. As for Serghei “The Polar Bear” Spivac (+190), he’s riding a three-fight winning streak after dropping two of his first three in the UFC.
Prediction: Tom Aspinall (-240) via knockout
Alex Morono vs David Zawada Odds & Prediction
Alex “The Great White” Morono (-125) is looking for back-to-back wins for the first time since he won three in a row from 2018 into 2019. Meanwhile, David “Sagat” Zawada (+105) is looking to get back in the win column following a split-decision defeat in January.
Modestas Bukauskas vs Khalil Rountree Odds & Prediction
Two men facing two-fight losing skids will collide looking to get back in the win column. Modestas “The Baltic Gladiator” Bukauskas (-155) made his UFC debut last July with a win but has dropped his two outings since. Meanwhile, Khalil “The War Horse” Rountree (+130) is searching for his first win in over two years, taking all of 2020 off as he contemplated retirement before returning in January.
Prediction: Khalil Rountree (+130) via knockout
Paddy Pimblett vs Luigi Vendramini Odds & Prediction
Cage Warriors featherweight champion Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett (-155) is prepared to make his UFC debut and eyes a three-fight winning streak in the process. Looking to spoil the debut is Luigi “The Italian Stallion” Vendramini (+130), who made his UFC debut in 2018 and is 1-2 in the promotion.