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Hall vs Silva: Fight Night Odds & Expert Picks: The End For The Spider

Uriah Hall vs Anderson Silva Odds

The legendary Anderson Silva, in some people’s eyes the greatest of all time, will be making his final walk to the Octagon as the UFC returns to the UFC Apex Center after five weeks at Fight Island. Silva’s final opponent will be Uriah Hall in a fight taking place on October 31.

In the Anderson Silva vs Uriah Hall odds, it is the American, Hall, who is the betting favorite with the Brazilian, Silva, coming back as an underdog.

The former longtime champion will be taking on a man who idolized him. We have a full preview, picks and the UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Silva odds below.

Since losing his middleweight title in 2013, finding a win has been difficult for Silva, who is just 1-6 with one no contest in his last eight fights. He has lost his last two but has never had a three-fight losing skid.

Meanwhile, Hall finds himself on his first winning streak in five years, winning his last two bouts after going 1-4 in his previous five. The last time Hall won three straight was shortly after his Ultimate Fighter stint from 2013 to 2015 when he won three in a row.

Online sportsbook BetOnline has released the UFC Fight Night: Silva vs Hall odds and has listed Hall as the -230 favorite with Silva coming back at +195. That means you would have to wager $230 to profit $100 with a Hall win, while a $100 bet on Silva would profit you $195.

According to our sports betting calculator, Uriah Hall’s odds of -230 have an implied win probability of 69.70 percent, while Anderson Silva’s odds of +180 have an implied win probability of 33.90 percent.

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UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Silva Odds

  • Middleweight – Uriah Hall (-230) vs Anderson Silva (+195)
  • Featherweight – Andre Fili (+110) vs Bryce Mitchell (-130)
  • Middleweight – Kevin Holland (-800) vs Charlie Ontiveros (+550)
  • Heavyweight – Maurice Greene (+260) vs Greg Hardy (-335)
  • Lightweight – Bobby Green (-285) vs Thiago Moises (+245)
  • Prelims
  • Lightweight – Chris Gruetzemacher (+320) vs Alexander Hernandez (-420)
  • Bantamweight – Adrian Yanez (-465) vs Victor Rodriguez (+365)
  • Middleweight – Sean Strickland (-370) vs Jack Marshman (+305)
  • Welterweight – Cole Williams (+130) vs Jason Witt (-155)
  • Light Heavyweight – Dustin Jacoby (-360) vs Justin Ledet (+295)
  • Bantamweight – Miles Johns (-140) vs Kevin Natividad (+120)

New to betting on the fights? Check out our UFC Betting Guide to get you in the action. Also, keep an eye on our UFC odds page for the latest up-to-date UFC betting lines.

UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Silva Broadcast Information

  • Date/Time: October 31, 4 p.m. ET
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Arena: UFC Apex Performance Center
  • Where to Watch: ESPN+

Uriah Hall vs Anderson Silva Betting Odds

FighterOdds
Uriah Hall-230
Anderson Silva+195

Anderson “The Spider” Silva (+195) was perhaps the most feared striker in MMA from the moment he made his UFC debut in 2006 to the moment he was knocked out in 2013. For the most part, he has been a shell of his former self ever since that loss, but perhaps Uriah “Prime Time” Hall (-230) can intrigue Silva into a vintage standup show.


Hall: Need to Knows
  • Hall gained a lot of attention with his vicious knockouts on his season of The Ultimate Fighter, which he lost in the finale to Kelvin Gastelum.
  • Eleven of his 15 pro wins have been by knockout, while four of his nine pro defeats have come in the same manner. He has been outstruck in six of his last seven fights and is 3-4 over that span.
  • Prime Time has a really crisp jab and overall very accurate straight punches. He relies a lot on momentum – when he lands a couple of those jabs, he tends to pour it on and batter his opponents. If he’s pressured and misses a couple of punches, he can clam up and get picked apart.
  • His spinning attacks are another weapon his opponents need to watch out for. He spins quickly and the power in his kicks can turn the lights off in a hurry. He also has good footwork that allows him to get out of danger effectively.
  • Hall’s last three fights were Paulo Costa (loss – knockout), Bevon Lewis (win – knockout) and Antonio Carlos Jr. (win – split decision).


Silva: Need to Knows
  • Silva holds the record for longest title reign at 2,457 days, defending his middleweight belt 10 times, one fewer than Demetrious Johnson. He still holds the record for longest UFC winning streak at 16.
  • During his reign, he was untouchable, outstriking 13 of his 16 opponents during that win streak, but in his recent days, he has been outstruck in seven of eight. For his career, he averages 3.04 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 1.98.
  • In his prime, the Spider was primarily a counter-striker, with defensive moves that looked like he was in the matrix combined with an accuracy so outstanding that it seemed like he never missed. Anderson would read his opponent’s every movement before going on the attack. He’d start feinting with his hands and you knew the end was near.
  • In his later years, he doesn’t have the reflexes that he once did and will chase his foes, which was uncharacteristic of him in his prime. That said, when he stands in the pocket and uses his masterful head movement to avoid strikes, he’s at his most dangerous because he counters heavily, quickly and accurately.
  • Silva’s last three fights were Derek Brunson (win – unanimous decision), Israel Adesanya (loss – unanimous decision) and Jared Cannonier (loss – knockout).

Prediction: Anderson Silva (+180) via decision

Andre Fili vs Bryce Mitchell Betting Odds

FighterOdds
Andre Fili+110
Bryce Mitchell-130

One of the UFC’s most exciting prospects, with a personality to go along with his skills, Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell (-130) returns to the Octagon laying his perfect 13-0 record on the line. Looking to slap a loss on his record is Octagon veteran Andre “Touchy” Fili (+110), who is 5-2 in his last seven.


Fili: Need to Knows
  • This will be Fili’s 16th walk to the Octagon, where he holds a 9-6 record with three wins by knockout and six by decision.
  • Fili has good grappling skills, common for a Team Alpha Male fighter under UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber, and averages 2.71 takedowns per 15 minutes.
  • On the feet, Touchy has a good jab and is constantly moving forward to begin a grappling exchange. That said, he has good short counters if the fight remains standing. On the floor, he has very good top control and then uses a strong ground and pound.
  • Fili’s last three fights were Sheymon Moraes (win – knockout), Sodiq Yusuff (loss – unanimous decision) and Charles Jourdain (win – split decision).


Mitchell: Need to Knows
  • Mitchell had a loss in The Ultimate Fighter to eventual winner Brad Katona, but his professional record remains unblemished at 13-0 with nine submission wins, including the second-ever twister landed in the UFC.
  • He has a little bit of Jon Jones in him in that the light heavyweight GOAT is coined as a “Look-See-Do” fighter. In the early stages of his career, he watched YouTube videos on fight moves, then practiced then. Mitchell learned the twister from an Eddie Bravo video and stole some moves from Khabib on the floor as well.
  • Thug Nasty is a strong grappler with outstanding conditioning. When he gets hold of his opponents, he rarely lets them go as he continually searches for submissions. He has great top control and his pressure kills the cardio of his opponents.
  • Mitchell’s last three fights were Bobby Moffett (win – unanimous decision), Matt Sayles (win – submission) and Charles Rosa (win – unanimous decision).

Prediction: Bryce Mitchell (-130) via submission

Kevin Holland vs Charlie Ontiveros Betting Odds

FighterOdds
Kevin Holland-800
Charlie Ontiveros+550

A winning streak will come to a close when these two middleweights collide. Kevin “TrailBlazer” Holland (-800) has rattled off three straight wins, two of which were knockouts. Meanwhile, Charlie “The American Bad Boy” Ontiveros (+550) has won his last two fights via first-round knockout, but he is taking this fight on short notice.


Holland: Need to Knows
  • Holland is on his second three-fight winning streak in the UFC. His first one was halted in the fourth bout, but he hopes to extend his streak this time around.
  • He is a long rangy fighter with an 81-inch reach that he uses well to land on his opponents while avoid getting hit himself. He averages 4.69 significant strikes per minute while only absorbing 2.85.
  • He does tend to keep his hands low and at times he will pull up on his strikes and not follow through, which is a dangerous habit, entering striking range without throwing. Additionally, he will sometimes get a little wild looking for the knockout and he will swing hooks from the hip that can be countered.
  • Holland’s last three fights were Anthony Hernandez (win – knockout), Joaquin Buckley (win – knockout) and Darren Stewart (win – split decision).


Ontiveros: Need to Knows
  • Ontiveros has had difficulty finding his footing in professional MMA, struggling to put together more than two wins in a row, though never losing back-to-back fights. Overall, he is 11-6 with his six losses coming by knockout. Six of his 11 wins were also finishes.
  • The American Bad Boy has good lateral movement but will often stand a little square to his opponents in doing so. Additionally, he tends to fight with his hands at his hips looking to throw hooks from awkward angles. 
  • He does a decent job in the clinch, but his defense is extremely leaky, entering the pocket with his chin in the air, and he rarely uses a jab, which means he has to close the distance to land.
  • Ontiveros’ last three fights were Will Morris (loss – knockout), Derrick Ageday (win – knockout) and Washington Luiz (win – knockout).

Prediction: Kevin Holland (-800) via knockout

Maurice Greene vs Greg Hardy Betting Odds

FighterOdds
Maurice Greene+260
Greg Hardy-335

Business is set to pick up with the heavyweights entering the cage. Maurice “The Crochet Boss” Greene (+260) rebounded from his first career losing streak with a late third-round submission win in his last time out against Gian Villante. Similarly, Greg “The Prince of War” Hardy (-335) got back in the win column after a no contest and a decision loss, scoring a decision win over Yorgan De Castro in May.


Greene: Need to Knows
  • Greene had to dig deep with a late submission win his last time out to avoid a three-fight slide. It shouldn’t have come as too much of a surprise, though, with five of his nine pro wins coming by submission.
  • The Crochet Boss can be a little hesitant on the feet, relying too much on counters, and he can be caught when his opponent rushes him. He does his best work when he’s leading the dance with his kicks both low and high.
  • He doesn’t look for takedowns but if brought to the floor, he’s dangerous off his back with a variety of different submission wins to his name.
  • Greene’s last three fights were Sergei Pavlovich (loss – knockout), Aleksei Oleinik (loss – submission) and Gian Villante (win – submission).


Hardy: Need to Knows
  • It has been a rocky road in the UFC for Hardy, with a loss in his debut by disqualification for an illegal knee and a no contest for using an inhaler between rounds in a fight he was winning. However, his improvements can’t be overlooked.
  • The Prince of War has outstruck all but one of his UFC opponents, with only former Bellator and M-1 champion Alexander Volkov getting the best of Hardy. He has extremely heavy hands, has developed a sharp jab and his leg kicks have some heat on them too.
  • He’s landed no takedowns in the UFC, though he also stuffs 83 percent of attempts against him. Of course, the former NFL Pro Bowl player is extremely strong in all facets and, in his seventh UFC bout, his fighting knowledge is catching up to his athletic ability.
  • Hardy’s last three fights were Ben Sosoli (no contest), Alexander Volkov (loss – unanimous decision) and Yorgan De Castro (win – unanimous decision).

Prediction: Greg Hardy (-335) via knockout

Bobby Green vs Thiago Moises Betting Odds

FighterOdds
Bobby Green-285
Thiago Moises+245

One of the most active fighters during the pandemic has been Bobby “King” Green (-325), who is heading to the cage for the fourth time since June and is looking for a fourth straight win. Meanwhile, Thiago Moises (+250) has gone 2-2 in the UFC since getting a UFC contract in Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2018.


Green: Need to Knows
  • While 2020 has sucked for many people across the world, Green has had his best year in the UFC since 2013. Prior to his three-fight winning streak this year, he had a 1-5-1 record in his previous seven bouts.
  • Green is a well-rounded fighter and can compete in any area the fight may go. He’s strong and is a crafty veteran who stuffs 74 percent of takedown attempts or creates scrambles to get back to his feet.
  • On the feet, he has good head movement and he loves to counter with straight punches when his opponents come in on him.
  • Green’s last three fights were Clay Guida (win – unanimous decision), Lando Vannata (win – unanimous decision) and Alan Patrick (win – unanimous decision).


Moises: Need to Knows
  • Moises is still trying to find his footing in the UFC, having gone win-one, lose-one through his first four fights in the Octagon. He has been outstruck in three of those four fights as well.
  • He has good kicks, but it is his submissions that are most dangerous with five of his 13 pro wins coming in that manner, including his last fight against Michael Johnson. He tends to be quite uncomfortable in boxing range, loading up on punches, and can be picked apart by quicker straight punches.
  • Moises’ last three fights were Kurt Holobaugh (win – unanimous decision), Damir Ismagulov (loss – unanimous decision) and Michael Johnson (win – submission).

Prediction: Bobby Green (-285) via decision

UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Silva Odds & Predictions

FighterOdds
Middleweight - Anderson Silva+180
Featherweight - Bryce Mitchell-130
Middleweight - Kevin Holland-800
Heavyweight - Greg Hardy-335
Lightweight - Bobby Green-285