A wild 2021 will end with a bang as heavyweights Derrick Lewis and Chris Daukaus headline the final UFC Fight Night of the year.
UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs Daukaus is happening on December 18 at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. When it comes to Lewis vs Daukaus odds, it is the former title challenger, Lewis, who is the betting underdog.
This bout marks the return of Lewis to the Octagon after he lost to Ciryl Gane for the interim heavyweight championship at UFC 265 in August. That loss snapped a four-fight winning streak.
Speaking of lengthy winning streaks, Daukaus carries one into this bout, having picked up five wins in a row, including four straight in the UFC. He is looking for a victory over a big name to make a push up the rankings.
Lewis vs Daukaus Odds
Online sportsbook Bovada has listed the Lewis vs Daukaus odds with Chris set as the -140 favorite and Derrick the +120 underdog option. This means to profit $100 with a Daukaus win, you need to lay $140, while a $100 bet on a Lewis win would net you $120.
Our sports betting calculator shows that Daukaus’ -140 odds translate to an implied win probability of 58.33 percent while Lewis has an implied win probability of 45.45 percent with his betting line.
If you’re looking to add the biggest favorite from the UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs Daukaus odds to add to your parlay, you’re going to look at the bantamweight fight between Raoni Barcelos (-350) and Victor Henry (+285). Meanwhile, the fight with the tightest odds comes between Matt Sayles (+105) and Jordan Leavitt (-125).
Lewis vs Daukaus Betting Odds & Fight Card
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Despite fighting for a world title in his last outing, which resulted in a loss, Derrick “The Black Beast” Lewis (+120) is a betting underdog in this bout. Meanwhile, Chris Daukaus (-140) is unbeaten in the UFC and is looking to make a big jump in the heavyweight rankings.
Stephen Thompson vs Belal Muhammad Odds & Prediction
Unbeaten in his last six fights, Belal “Remember the Name” Muhammad (+180) looks to burst into the top five in the welterweight rankings with a win over a former title challenger. That man is Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson (-210), who is coming off a loss in July that ended a two-fight winning streak.
Prediction: Stephen Thompson (-210) via decision
Amanda Lemos vs Angela Hill Odds & Prediction
Looking to extend her four-fight winning streak is Amanda Lemos (-300) as she finally gets a big name to perhaps vault her into the top 10 in the strawweight rankings. On the other side, Angela “Overkill” Hill (+240) looks to rebound from her decision loss in August.
Facing the longest losing stretch of his career, Raphael Assuncao (+235) looks to get back in the win column for the first time since 2018. Conversely, Ricky Simon (-275) hasn’t tasted defeat in over two years.
Prediction: Ricky Simon (-275) via decision
Diego Ferreira vs Mateusz Gamrot Odds & Prediction
For the second time in his career, Diego Ferreira (+155) has dropped two fights in a row but he’s never lost three straight. Conversely, Mateusz “Gamer” Gamrot (-180) has won his last two trips to the Octagon, both by finish.
Prediction: Mateusz Gamrot (-180) via decision
Cub Swanson vs Darren Elkins Odds & Prediction
What a bout to open up the final main card of the year. For the first time in over three years, Darren “The Damage” Elkins (+165)is on a winning streak and is looking for a third win in a row. Meanwhile, Cub “Killer” Swanson (-190) had his two-fight winning streak snapped in his last appearance in May.