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Betting odds at UFC Vegas 31: Maxachev defeated Moises, Tate Reneau

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Fighting day for UFC Vegas 31 starts at the APEX stock in Las Vegas, Nevada. At the top of the score, Islam Makhachev, ranked # 9 in the lightweight category, will be dropped along with 14th-ranked Tiago Moises. This card also earned the return of former UFC welterweight queen Miesa Tate, who locks the horns with 135th-ranked # 12th-ranked Marion Rino. Bloody Elbow is here to provide you with these important knuckes, as well as betting rates for the rest of the UFC Vegas 31 lineup.

The biggest betting favorite on a full card can be found at the main event. Islam Maxachev deals with -770 money, a successful $ 100 deposit will give you a big $ 12.99 and a return of the first $ 100. This, of course, leaves Tiago Moises as the event’s biggest host. Its value sits around the +540 mark and returns a total payout of $ 640 with a gambling potential of $ 100.

Mozes is very bad on the ground. Part of his current three-fight winning streak includes Michael Johnson’s Ankle Perfect Lock. He left the fight against the best talents like Beneil Dariush and Damir Ismagulov, so this fight has a lot to tell us here. As for Makhachev, he has had one hiccup so far in his career, and that happened in his second fight of 2015 in the UFC. In addition, Islam has been absolutely flawless in his professional career and at the same time should be a favorite favorite. This one.

In the UFC Vegas 31st major tournament, we beat former champion in bantam weight, Myesa Tate, slightly ahead of Marion Reno. Although he hasn’t played an MMA game since November 2016, 34-year-old Tate is still respected by the odds and is offered at -154. That means winning him $ 100 will give you back $ 164.94. Reneau, 44, with a +130 dog tag on board. So if you throw $ 100 at Marion and she pulls it out, you’ll bring home a total of $ 230.

There seems to be a lot of x-facts with this. Reno is in his forties and has lost the last four meetings, while Tate has long lived a life far from the octagon. Ring rust and parent time come into conflict with skill and sport, and that can be pretty weird. In general, it is difficult not to choose the path of a younger former champion.

Check out the betting odds at UFC Vegas 31 BestFightOdds.com:

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