For the second consecutive week, a former champion is headlining the UFC Fight Night card. Last week it was Max Holloway defeating Yair Rodriguez while this week Miesha Tate looks to continue her quest to reclaim UFC gold when she takes on Ketlen Vieira.
UFC Fight Night: Vieira vs Tate is taking place Saturday at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, with the Sportsbook fight of the night starting at 3 p.m. ET. In Vieira vs Tate odds in the main event, it is the former champion, Tate, who is the betting underdog.
Vieira carried a perfect professional record into 2019 but has now dropped two of her last three bouts, including her last trip to the Octagon in February.
Meanwhile, following a layoff of nearly five years, Tate returned to the cage in July and scored a third-round knockout win over Marion Reneau, beginning her pursuit to become the women’s bantamweight champion once again.
Vieira vs Tate Odds
Online sportsbook Sportsbook has listed the Vieira vs Tate odds with Ketlen set as the slight -120 chalk and Miesha the +100 underdog. This means to profit $100 with a winning bet on Vieira, you would need to lay $120, while a $100 winning wager on Tate would net you $100.
We can use our online sports betting calculator to further evaluate the Vieira vs Tate betting odds. There, you can see that Vieira’s line of -120 translates to an implied win probability of 54.55 percent whereas Tate’s odds represent an implied win probability of 50.00 percent.
If you’re looking for a parlay piece with the biggest favorite in the UFC Fight Night: Vieira vs Tate odds, you would be taking Luana Pinheiro (-425), who is taking on Sam Hughes (+315). If you’re looking for more of a challenge, there are three fights with the tightest odds that can be seen below.
Vieira vs Tate Betting Odds & Fight Card
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Ketlen Vieira vs Miesha Tate Odds & Prediction
Ketlen Vieira vs Miesha Tate Betting Odds
Miesha “Cupcake” Tate (+100) lost her title at UFC 200 to Amanda Nunes and her subsequent match vs Raquel Pennington before her retirement, which ended in July. Ketlen “Fenomeno” Vieira (-120) rebounded from her first loss, a knockout against Irene Aldana, with a win in late 2020 before returning to the losing column earlier this year.
Prediction: Miesha Tate (+100) via decision
Michael Chiesa vs Sean Brady Odds & Prediction
Michael Chiesa vs Sean Brady Betting Odds
The last time we saw Michael “Maverick” Chiesa (+135), he took a loss to Vicente Luque that ended a four-fight winning streak. He will look to get back in the win column against rising prospect Sean Brady (-165), who lays his perfect record on the line and looks to make a statement in the welterweight division.
Prediction: Sean Brady (-165) via decision
Rani Yahya vs Kang Kyung-ho
Rani Yahya vs Kang Kyung-ho Betting Odds
Returning to the Octagon for the first time in nearly two years, Kang “Mr. Perfect” Kyung-ho (-115) looks to extend his three-fight winning streak. Aiming to get on a streak of his own is Rani Yahya (-105), who ended his nearly three-year winless drought with a submission win in March.
Many know her as Joanne “JoJo” Calderwood (+270) but she recently married her coach John Wood, so you can drop the “Calder” and a win here would be a nice wedding present. She’ll be in tough against Taila Santos (-360), who has rattled off three consecutive victories.
Prediction: Taila Santos (-360) via decision
Davey Grant vs Adrian Yanez Odds & Prediction
Davey Grant vs Adrian Yanez Betting Odds
“Dangerous” Davey Grant (+240) looks to get back in the win column after having his three-fight winning streak ended in his last appearance in June. As for Adrian Yanez (-310), he hasn’t tasted defeat in almost three years, a span of seven fights.