UFC Betting: Sandhagen vs Song Odds Preview

The UFC returns to the Apex Facility this weekend for UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs Song.

The main event this weekend is a bantamweight bout featuring Cory Sandhagen and Song Yadong. At Bovada Sportsbook, Sandhagen is a -200 favorite and Song a +165 underdog.

Sandhagen has lost his last two fights to drop his record to 14-4 with six wins by knockout and three by submission. His most recent setback came at UFC 267 in October when he lost to Petr Yan by unanimous decision as a +175 underdog.

Song is on a three-fight winning streak and his overall record stands at 19-6-1 and one no contest, with eight wins by KO and three by submission. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 203 in March, knocking out Marlon Moraes in the first round as a -310 favorite.

Rodrigues, Njokuani coming off first-round KO wins

Also on the main card this weekend is a middleweight bout between Gregory Rodrigues and Chidi Njokuani. At Bovada, Njokuani is a -125 favorite and Rodrigues a +105 underdog.

Njokuani has won his last four fights to improve his record to 22-7 and one no contest, with 14 wins by KO and one by submission. In his last fight, he defeated Dusko Todorovic by first-round KO as a -315 favorite at UFC Fight Night 206 in May.

Rodrigues has won five of his last six fights and his overall record stands at 12-4 with six wins by KO and four by submission. He also won by first-round KO in his last outing, toppling Julian Marquez at UFC on ESPN 37 in June as a -175 favorite.

Boser favored over Nascimento in heavyweight tilt

One other notable matchup on the main card is a heavyweight bout featuring Tanner Boser and Rodrigo Nascimento. At Bovada, Boser is a -175 favorite and Nascimento a +145 underdog.

Boser is 3-3 in his last six fights and his overall record is 20-8-1 with 11 wins by KO and two by submission. He defeated Ovince Saint Preux by second-round KO as a -430 favorite in his last fight at UFC Fight Night 190 in June.

Nascimento is 8-1 and one no contest, with two wins by KO and six by submission. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 26 in July 2021 in a bout vs Alan Baudot that was declared no contest. Nascimento was originally credited with a win by TKO as a -455 favorite, but that was declared a no contest after he tested positive for a banned substance.