UFC Fight Night odds: Full list of betting lines for Grasso-Shevchenko 2 main event, full card

The upcoming UFC Fight Night occasion will occur at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, September 16. The centerpiece will include a rematch for the UFC females’s flyweight title in between champ Alexa Grasso and previous champ Valentina Shevchenko. The primary card, which will be relayed on ESPN+, will likewise consist of 4 other battles. The initial card, with 6 battles, will likewise be offered to see on ESPN+.

Grasso, with an expert record of 16-3, signed up with the UFC in November 2016 after completing in Invicta FC. After a series of losses in the strawweight department, she chose to go up to flyweight and won 4 successive battles to make a title shot against Shevchenko. Despite being the underdog, Grasso won the fight by submission in the 4th round.

Shevchenko, with a record of 23-4, was thought about among the very best female fighters worldwide prior to her loss to Grasso. She had actually won 9 straight battles and effectively safeguarded the UFC flyweight title 7 times. Her significant wins consist of success over Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Julianna Pena, Holly Holm, and Jessica Andrade.

DraftKings Sportsbook has actually offered the odds for all the battles on the card. In the centerpiece, Shevchenko is the preferred with odds of -166, while Grasso is the underdog with odds of +140. Other battles on the primary card consist of Jack Della Maddalena vs. Kevin Holland, Raul Rosas Jr. vs. Terrence Mitchell, Daniel Zellhuber vs. Christos Giagos, and Fernando Padilla vs. Kyle Nelson.

The initial card functions 6 battles, consisting of Lupita Godinez vs. Elise Reed, Roman Kopylov vs. Josh Fremd, Edgar Chairez vs. Daniel Lacerda, Tracy Cortez vs. Jasmine Jasudavicius, Charlie Campbell vs. Alex Reyes, and Josefine Knutsson vs. Marnic Mann.

UFC Fight Night guarantees to be an amazing occasion with high stakes and competitive matches. Fans can tune in to ESPN+ to capture all the action on Saturday, September 16.

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