UFC odds are on the board for the Fight Night card on November 28, headlined by a battle between Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis.
Following a UFC 255 card filled with flyweight fights, this should be a welcome change as a pair of heavyweight contenders enter the octagon. MMA odds have Blaydes installed as a -334 favorite while Lewis comes back at +250.
We bring you the UFC betting odds for that fight, and every other bout at UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Lewis on November 28.
Where will UFC Fight Night on November 28 Take Place?
UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Lewis will take place at the APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. The octagon at the APEX has a diameter of 25-feet, making it five feet smaller than the standard UFC cage.
Who is Fighting at UFC Fight Night on November 28?
In addition to the headline event, a lightweight scrap between Renato Moicano and Rafael Fiziev will take place as the co-main event with Fiziev opening as the slim favorite at -125.
Other fights on the card include Anthony Smith vs. Devin Clark, Josh Parisian vs. Parker Porter, and Miguel Baeza vs. Takashi Sato.
UFC Fight Night Odds for November 28
|Heavyweight||Curtis Blaydes||-334||Derrick Lewis||+250|
|Lightweight||Rafael Fiziev||-125||Renato Moicano||+100|
|Light Heavyweight||Anthony Smith||-110||Devin Clark||-110|
|Heavyweight||Josh Parisian||-200||Parker Posey||+170|
|Welterweight||Miguel Baeza||-188||Takashi Sato||+162|
|Women's Flyweight||Gina Mazany||-138||Rachel Ostovich||+100|
|Bantamweight||Martin Day||-188||Anderson dos Santos||+162|
|Flyweight||Zhalgas Zhumagulov||-125||Amir Albazi||+100|
|Women's Bantamweight||Norma Dumont||-125||Ashlee Evans-Smith||+100|
|Featherweight||Spike Carlyle||-163||Bill Algeo||+137|
|Flyweight||Su Mudaerji||-350||Malcolm Gordon||+275|
|Bantamweight||Nate Maness||-110||Luke Sanders||-110|
Odds courtesy of bet365
UFC Fight Night Odds for the Main Event
Curtis Blaydes vs Derrick Lewis
Curtis "Razor" Blaydes (-334) is the No. 2 contender in the heavyweight division and is coming off a unanimous decision victory over Alexander Volkov in June. There wasn't much action during the fight but Blaydes absolutely rag-dolled the Russian for 15 minutes, giving him his fourth consecutive win.
The 29-year-old Blaydes has fought 17 times in his career with 14 wins, two losses and one fight that was originally a win and then declared "no contest" after he tested positive for marijuana. Both of Blaydes' losses came at the formidable hands of Francis Ngannou.
Blaydes averages a whopping 6.63 takedowns per 15 minutes and is arguably the best wrestler in the division.
Derrick "The Black Beast" Lewis (+250) enters as the No. 4-ranked heavyweight and is fresh off a knockout win over Aleksei Oleinik in August. He now has three wins in a row, bouncing back from consecutive losses—one of which came against Daniel Cormier for the heavyweight championship in 2018.
The 35-year-old is a massive man that walks around at 290 pounds before cutting for the weigh-in. His conditioning is subpar but he has terrific punching power, as 19 of his 24 wins have come via knockout.
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