UFC 235 final betting odds: Jon Jones vs. Anthony Smith line widens even further

It’s fight day! UFC 235 goes down tonight, March 2, from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bloody Elbow is here to offer the gambling odds.
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The UFC’s present light heavyweight champ Jon Jones is astronomically favored using a moneyline of -845 for past the +665 underdog Anthony Smith. As of the midweek gaming odds article, we learned that Jones was a -800 gaming preferred and Smith was +550 underdog, and ever since then, just more money has come in to the polarizing champ.
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The over/under for this 205-pound title fight was set at 1.5 rounds. Earlier in the week, both prop bets sat with a moneyline of -115, but today it’s the’over’ that’s the only favorite at -155, together with the’under’ now in underdog territory at +140. The betting odds still don’t see this bout lasting the complete 25-minutes, but the’going the distance’ prop wager has closed up a bit. ‘Fight does not go to decision’ has whittled down from a wildly favored line of -900 into a somewhat less foolish -725. ‘Fight goes to conclusion’ has dropped in the underdog lineup of +540 down to the +470 mark.
The defending champ remains the fighter that’s heavily favored to end this one early. ‘Jones wins within space’ has changed from-410 out a bit further to -435. For the ones that are feeling Smith in a finishing upset,’Smith wins within space’ has gone from a dog tag of +680 to a hearty line of +847. Going from a favored line of -115 into some mark of -131,’Jones wins by TKO/KO’ can be acquired for those that think the champ will stop Smith with strikes. In contrast,’Smith wins by TKO/KO’ has transferred in the astronomical underdog line of +930, to poppycock value of +1285.

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