Current combat sport spectacle king, Triller Fight Club, is hosting another event tonight (September 11th), and this one is headlined by a 44-year-old former UFC light heavyweight champion, Vitor Belfort, squaring off with 58-year-old boxing legend, Evander Holyfield. The co-main event for this boxing card will see UFC middleweight legend, Anderson Silva, throw hands with another prior UFC 205-pound champ, Tito Ortiz. Like it or not the docket is what the docket it is, but the best part is that we’ve got betting lines for these freak show fights.
The younger, and more competitively active, Belfort is a strong betting favorite here, leaving Holyfield as a hearty underdog. Vitor’s straight up moneyline has been spotted as high as -275, with Evander’s most extreme value reaching +230. The betting odds actually favor the former UFC champ scoring a knockout, with the prop bet ‘Belfort wins by TKO/KO or DQ’ being posted up with a small favored line of -135. As for the way post-prime boxing god, his prop bet of ‘Holyfield wins by TKO/KO or DQ’ is trending at a lofty underdog height of +450.
Tito Ortiz missed weight for this Triller co-main event against Anderson Silva, which is just another reason why “The Spider” is massively favored here. Silva’s betting web has a wicked range, starting from -800 and reaching all the way up to -1600, depending on where you look. As for the former Huntington Beach official, his sizable dog tags can be scooped up anywhere from +550 up to +800. Anderson is also expected to stop Tito in under eight rounds. The prop bet ‘Silva wins by TKO/KO or DQ’ is living its best life at a favored line of -160, while the ‘Ortiz wins by TKO/KO or DQ’ option sadly soars at +1000.
Check out the betting odds for Vitor Belfort vs. Evander Holyfield, courtesy of ProBoxingOdds.com:
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