UFC Fight Night: Odds Released for 11 Bouts, Including Lewis-Oleinik Headliner

UFC Fight Night returns this weekend at UFC Apex in Las Vegas with a pair of top-10 heavyweight contenders squaring off in the headliner. 

William Hill has odds posted for 11 fights, including the main event in which No. 4-ranked Derrick Lewis is a -215 favorite against No. 10-ranked Aleksei Oleinik (+185). The total is set at 1.5 rounds, with the over priced at -115 and the under at -105. 

Lewis (23-7) enters having won his past two bouts, and 18 of his 23 career victories have come via knockout. On the other side, Oleinik (59-13-1) has also been the victor in his last two fights, including beating Fabricia Werdum by split decision back in May. At 43, Oleinik is the oldest heavyweight fighter on the UFC roster. 

One Nevada bettor has placed an early noteworthy wager of $1,200 on Oleinik +235. If Oleinik can pull off the upset, the total payout for that bet would be $4,020. 

In the co-main event, Omari Akhmedov (20-4-1) looks to extend his unbeaten streak to seven matches against former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman (14-5). Weidman is slightly favored at -120 with Akhmedov at even-money odds. 

The biggest wager on this card as of now at William Hill has come in on an underdog in the prelims. 

Despite his perfect 6-0 record, Alex Munoz is currently +200 against Nasrat Haqparast (-240). Another Nevada bettor believes Munoz can maintain a zero in the loss column on Saturday night, placing $2,000 on Munoz +230 for a total potential payout of $6,600.

Check out William Hill’s latest odds for UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik below.

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