Best Available UFC Vegas 77 Odds & Betting Lines For Every Fight

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UFC Vegas 77 Odds for Holly Holm vs. Mayra Bueno Silva

The UFC is back to its Apex facility in Las Vegas on Saturday night, and online sportsbooks have released UFC betting odds on every fight scheduled for this UFC Fight Night event, which is headlined by former champ Holly Holm () facing underdog Mayra Bueno Silva (). Also on this card, Jack Della Maddalena () gets a late replacement opponent in Bassil Hafez (), and oddsmakers are predicting a mismatch.

We’ll dive into all the UFC Fight Night betting odds below. We’ll also take a closer look at some UFC prop bet odds for the event.

UFC Fight Night main event odds

Holly Holm () vs. Mayra Bueno Silva ()

It’s been almost eight years since Holm knocked out Ronda Rousey to win the UFC women’s bantamweight title in one of the most shocking upsets in UFC history. Since that high-water mark, Holm has lost more consecutive UFC title fights than any other fighter.

Still, that doesn’t mean she isn’t a very tough out for any opponent, even at the age of 41. Her strength at this point in her career is her intelligence and her well-rounded attack. Holm can wrestle the strikers and strike with the wrestlers. She also doesn’t leave many openings, in part because she doesn’t take a ton of chances.

That doesn’t always lead to the most exciting fights, but it does reliably produce a lot of decisions. Holm has gone the distance in her last four fights. The last time she didn’t see the scorecards was when she suffered a TKO loss to UFC great Amanda Nunes in 2019. When Holm has her way, you can usually count on her to go the distance.

Silva, on the other hand, owes four of her five UFC wins to submission. She’s finished her last two fights with joint locks, and she’s always on the hunt for the finish. But against Holm she faces a bigger fighter with a major edge in quality experience. Holm is the better wrestler, and probably also the smarter tactician. If Bueno Silva is going to catch her, it will probably have to be an opportunistic submission off her back.

UFC Fight Night co-main event odds

Jack Della Maddalena () vs. Bassil Hafez ()

Della Maddalena is an exciting prospect for the UFC, and he was originally scheduled to fight on last weekend’s UFC 290 card. After a late scratch due to health issues for his opponent, the UFC rushed to book him here against a debuting fighter with relatively minimal experience.

Hafez has spent most of his career on the small circuit before getting this call. While he’s racked up a decent record, there’s nothing in it to suggest that he’s ready for a fighter of Della Maddalena’s caliber. One thing he has going for him is that he’s yet to be finished in a pro fight. But Della Maddalena is a clean striker who also has some submissions in his pocket when he needs them, and he excels at getting opponents out of there inside the distance. He’s finished all four of his UFC fights so far, and has only seen the scorecards once as a professional.

Full UFC Fight Night odds and fight card

Main card

Holly Holm () vs. Mayra Bueno Silva ()
Jack Della Maddalena () vs. Bassil Hafez ()
Ottman Azaitar () vs. Francisco Prado ()
Albert Duraev () vs. Park Jun-yong ()
Norma Dumont () vs. Chelsea Chandler ()
Terrance McKinney () vs. Nazim Sadykhov ()


Tucker Lutz () vs. Melsik Baghdasaryan ()
Viktoriia Dudakova () vs. Istela Nunes ()
Austin Lingo () vs. Melquizael Costa ()
Evan Elder () vs. Genaro Valdez ()
Tyson Nam () vs. Azat Maksum ()
Alexander Munoz () vs. Carl Deaton III ()
Ashlee Evans-Smith () vs. Ailin Perez ()

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