UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz – January 31, 2015 -LATEST ODDS Anderson@1.18 vs Diaz@5.5

  • Latest line (dated 1-16-15)
  • Anderson Silva @ 1.18
  • Nick Diaz @ 5.5   (as of 3:25 PST 1-31-15 )<————-Good bet right there with the odds . Head kick could end it all. Diaz goes in as underdog. Take the odds as Diaz very likely could take it to him. I’m taking the odds.
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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz
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Information
Promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship
Date January 31, 2015
Venue MGM Grand Garden Arena
City Las Vegas, Nevada
Event chronology
UFC on Fox: Gustafsson vs. Johnson UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz UFC Fight Night: Thompson vs. Thatch

UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz is an upcoming mixed martial arts event that will be held on January 31, 2015 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.[1]

Background

The event is expected to be headlined by a middleweight bout between Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz.[1] On January 7, it was announced that Silva is expected to receive a title-shot if he wins the fight.[2]

A flyweight bout between Ian McCall and John Lineker was originally booked for UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs. St. Preux. However, the bout was canceled on the day of the event as McCall was stricken with a blood infection. The fight was later rescheduled for this event.[3]

A middleweight bout between Ed Herman and Derek Brunson was originally booked for UFC on Fox: dos Santos vs. Miocic. However, the bout was cancelled on the day of the event as Brunson was stricken with a stomach ailment. The fight was later rescheduled for this event.[4]

Official fight card

Main Card (PPV)
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Middleweight Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz
Welterweight Tyron Woodley vs. Kelvin Gastelum
Lightweight Joe Lauzon vs. Al Iaquinta
Middleweight Thales Leites vs. Tim Boetsch
Welterweight Jordan Mein vs. Thiago Alves
Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)
Women’s Bantamweight Miesha Tate vs. Sara McMann
Middleweight Ed Herman vs. Derek Brunson
Flyweight Ian McCall vs. John Lineker
Middleweight Rafael Natal vs. Tom Watson
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Featherweight Diego Brandão vs. Jimy Hettes
Middleweight Richardson Moreira vs. Ildemar Alcântara
Middleweight Thiago Santos vs. Andy Enz

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Anderson Silva -430
Yushin Okami  +345

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