UFC 269 Betting
It’s been an almighty long time coming, with anticipation for UFC 269 set to hit the stratosphere by December 11. Bodog bettors will behold a main event with current lightweight title holder Charles Oliveira defending his Ultimate Fighter title against former interim champion Dustin Poirier.
We’ve also got odds on key undercard events surrounding the octagon, with Josh Emmett returning from a hiatus due to injury, and a balanced fight for the bantamweight title between Dominick Cruz and Pedro Munhoz.
Bodog has the latest odds for UFC 269 betting, and now’s the time to throw a punch at the payslip and land a payday.
UFC 269 Betting
Get a glimpse of the main event as well as the key undercards gearing up for heart-pumping action on December 11 at UFC 269.
UFC 269 Odds: Oliveira Vs. Poirier
32-year old Charles Oliveira currently holds the lightweight title, and he’s about to face former interim champion Dustin Poirier, also 32, who is leading the sportsbook as the -155 favourite.
Both fighters have notable wins underneath their championship belts. Oliveira won the vacant title by defeating Michael Chandler at UFC 268 with a comeback knockout, and Poirier stopped “The Notorious” Conor McGregor for the second time at UFC 264 at the end of the first round.
Poirier is a well-rounded veteran in the ring, and this is his second time fighting for the lightweight title since he lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2019. Poirier’s got more than enough endurance to hurt his opponent and finish the fight, but +129 Oliveira will be relying on his punching power and grappling skills to hang on to the belt and add a tenth win to his streak.
UFC 269 Odds: Josh Emmett vs. Dan Ige
Josh Emmett is officially back as a featherweight contender after a protracted period on the shelf – since June of 2020 – owing to a torn left ACL, among other hindering injuries. Despite the extended break, this hard-hitter returns with a record of 16-2, landing immediately in the favoured position with -230 odds.
Dan Ige is the +180 underdog, having seen more than his share of ups and downs. While he may have ended up on the losing end of a main event decision against Chan Sung Jung, he can still claim six straight wins, including a brutal knockout of Gavin Tucker in just 22 seconds earlier this year.
UFC 269 Odds: Dominick Cruz vs. Pedro Munhoz
Bodog bettors can be justified in falling on either side of the argument in this clash. Dominick Cruz is the former bantamweight champion, and in UFC 259 he halted a two-fight skid when he defeated Casey Kenney by split decision. The fight marked his first win since 2016.
Munhoz has faced top fighters, including Cody Garbrandt, who fell via KO in the first round leaving Munhoz triumphant. Right now he’s coming off a loss to Jose Aldo via unanimous decision. Cruz is barely sliding by as the -112 favourite to Munhoz’s -110 odds.
UFC 269 Odds: Jordan Wright vs. Bruno Silva
Bruno Silva has recorded two knockouts since his UFC debut in June, fixing him as firm favourite in his upcoming UFC 269 middleweight confrontation. Silva will be the driver’s seat at -360 odds facing underdog Jordan Wright, with backseat odds of +275. Silva has promised another knockout to add to his list before year’s end, and bettors looking to profit from his self-assuredness might want to put their money where his mouth is.
The odds are up, and the octagon is just about open. Grab your bet slips now and make your wagers to knockout the biggest win at UFC 269.