UFC 249: Odds, Trends, Biggest Bets for 10 Non-Title Fights

UFC 249 is just one day away, as the loaded 12-fight card is slated to begin at 6:30 PM ET/3:30 PM PT on Saturday. After taking a look on Thursday at the odds and trends for the two title bouts, let’s focus on the other 10 matchups.

Among the 10 non-title fights, Michelle Waterson is the most popular UFC 249 bet in terms of total number of tickets. Despite being a +120 underdog against Carla Esparza, Waterson has attracted 73% of the total number of tickets. Total dollars wagered, however, has been a different story, as Esparza has received 60% of them for this fight.

Ryan Spann (-400) is the biggest favorite on the board for UFC 249, as he and Sam Alvey (+320) will square off. William Hill bettors haven’t been afraid to lay the heavy price, with Spann getting 98% of the total dollars wagered as well as 65% of the total number of tickets. 

Spann has the highest percentage of all non-title UFC 249 fighters for total dollars wagered, followed by Jeremy Stephens (+215 vs. Calvin Kattar) at 83% and former NFL player Greg Hardy (-210 vs. Yorgan De Castro) at 75%.

The biggest UFC 249 wager taken at William Hill thus far is one New Jersey bettor placing $5,000 on Ryan Spann (-380) for a total potential payout of $6,315. Additionally, one Nevada bettor put down $2,789.45 on Carla Esparza (-155) for a total potential payout of $4,589.10. 

Check out William Hill’s latest odds and trends for UFC 249’s 10 non-title fights on Saturday, which are available to bet in Nevada, New Jersey, Iowa and Rhode Island.

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