Calvillo, Jourdain Highlight UFC Saskatoon Betting Breakdown

  • In the Main Event, Jessica Eye is a +113 underdog to Cynthia Calvillo, in what would be a rankings upset.
  • Andre Fili is -225 to defeat Charles Jourdain in an interesting bout.
  • Jordan Espinosa has +110 odds to defeat Mark De La Rosa by decision.

SASKATOON, Canada - The UFC is back to traveling, as they visit Canada for a Fight Night event.

The event is highlighted by a bout between Cynthia Calvillo and Jessica Eye, but there are great fights up and down the main card.

This UFC betting preview sets out to examine the entire main card, as sports bettors have plenty of opportunities to walk away from this event with some extra cash in their pockets.

Eye vs. Calvillo Betting

The main event of this Fight Night pits the number one contender in the Women’s Flyweight division, Jessica Eye, against the 10th ranked fighter in the division.

The gap in their rankings might lead one to believe that this match is going to be lopsided, but the sportsbooks disagree.

In fact, right now, Eye is an underdog on many of the major online sportsbooks, with +133 odds, while Calvillo is the favorite at -113 odds.

“Evil” Eye is much heavier as a fighter, with a 20-pound advantage over her opponent according to the UFC. She has slimmed down for this fight but still carries a slight advantage in this category.

She also boasts a reach advantage over Calvillo. However, Calvillo, a rising star, has a better record by far.

Calvillo’s 8-1-1 record strongly suggests that she may be under-ranked, while Eye’s 15-7 record tells a different story.

This could be a coming-out party for Cynthia Calvillo, as she gets a shot at the number one contender in the division.

Roberson vs. Vettori Betting

Karl Roberson is looking to take a win here and push his record to 10-2, but Marvin Vettori will do his best to stop him.

The fighters seem evenly matched physically - both are 185 lbs, both have a 74-inch standing reach, and both have 41-inch leg reach.

On the UFC odds boards, however, Vettori is a notable favorite with -221 odds to take the fight, while Roberson has +186 odds.

It seems like this fight might go to a decision - the Over/Under on rounds is set at 2.5 for a three-round fight and the Over is -200, reflecting a general belief that this fight will take three rounds and perhaps go to the judges’ scorecards.

Rosa vs. Agiuilar Betting

In the Lightweight Division, Charles Rosa takes on Kevin Aguilar. Facing off against the Angel of Death is no easy task for Rosa, and the odds reflect this.

Aguilar is a -180 favorite in the match, while Rosa boasts +155 odds as a fairly significant underdog on the night.

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This match is also favored to go late - the Over/Under is, as always with three round fights, set at 2.5.

However, the Over has -210 odds, and the Under only has +170 odds. This is actually the fight that is the most favored to go late.

Aguilar has won 35% of his fights by decision, and Rosa only 9%, so perhaps if the fight goes late, Aguilar should be bet on.

Fili vs. Jourdain Betting

Andre Fili is set to take on Charles Jourdain in a Featherweight bout that is sure to catch the eye of some UFC bettors.

Fili has double the wins of Jourdain, but more than triple the losses, with his 20-7 record looking a little shaky next to Jourdain’s 10-2.

However, the seven-year UFC veteran is favored to win the fight, fairly significantly. Fili boasts -225 odds, while Jourdain clocks in with +190 odds.

This is a chance for Jourdain to make his mark and take down a seasoned UFC vet in his third fight in the promotion.

Espinosa vs. De La Rosa Betting

The Bantamweight division features the 13th ranked fighter taking on an up and comer as Jordan Espinosa takes on Mark De La Rosa.

De La Rosa has a 10-pound weight advantage in the fight, but the odds do not seem to be in his favor.

Espinosa has -170 odds to take the victory in this bout, while De La Rosa only has +145 odds.

This fight might go the distance - all the way to the judge’s scorecards for a decision. Several online sportsbooks have placed odds on this, and it looks like the fight has -185 odds to go the distance, while only being +155 odds to end via TKO, KO or Submission.

Espinosa has nearly even odds to win that decision, with +110 odds to specifically win by decision, and -140 odds to not win by decision.

This card is full of fights that look like they might go the distance and this fight does not seem to break that pattern.

Overall, this should be a great card - fights that take time are a good way for fans and bettors to get their money’s worth.