UFC Fight Night 155 Betting Odds Preview

The UFC heads west to California this weekend, as UFC Fight Night 155: de Randamie vs Ladd takes over the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.

The main event this weekend is a women’s bantamweight bout between Germaine de Randamie and Aspen Ladd. At Bovada Sportsbook, Ladd is a -170 favorite and de Randamie a +140 underdog.

Ladd is undefeated in her MMA career at 8-0 with five wins by KO and one by submission. She last fought at UFC Fight Night 152 in May when she defeated Sijara Eubanks by unanimous decision as a -333 favorite.

De Randamie, the former UFC featherweight champ, has won her last four fights to sit at 8-3 with three wins by KO. She hasn’t fought in eight months, with her last fight taking place at UFC Fight 139 in November as she defeated Raquel Pennington by unanimous decision as a -275 favorite.

Faber a big underdog in return from retirement

UFC Fight Night will also see UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber return from retirement. He will face Ricky Simon in a bantamweight bout. At Bovada, Simon is a -340 favorite and Faber a +260 underdog.

Faber retired from the UFC in December 2016 with a 34-10 record, including seven wins by KO and 19 by submission. The 40-year-old last fought at UFC on Fox 22 in December 2016, besting Brad Pickett by unanimous decision as a -390 favorite.

Simon has won his last eight fights and owns an overall record of 14-1 with five wins by KO and two by submission. He last fought at UFC 234 in February when he defeated Rani Yahya by unanimous decision as a -130 favorite.

Bektic favored over Emmett in featherweight clash

One other notable fight on the main card this weekend is a featherweight bout between Josh Emmett and Mirsad Bektic. At Bovada, Bektic is a -175 favorite and Emmett a +145 underdog.

Bektic has won seven straight fights and is 13-1 with six wins by KO and four by submission. He last fought in June at UFC 225 where he defeated Ricardo Lamas by split decision as a -260 favorite.

Emmett is 14-2 with five wins by knockout and two by submission, but both of his losses have come in his last five fights. He last fought at UFC on ESPN 2 in March, beating Michael Johnson by third-round KO as a -105 underdog.