The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will host its final pay-per-view card of 2021 on December 11. UFC 269 is set to take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada and a packed-out arena is to be expected. The UFC has once again come up with a great card to finish 2021 on a high. We had exciting UFC 268 fights that happened last week and expect the same this week as well.

UFC 269 odds will feature two title fights with Charles Oliveira vs Dustin Poirier in the main event for the UFC lightweight championship and Amanda Nunes vs Julianna Pena as the co-main event for the UFC bantamweight championship.

If you like watching some of the biggest UFC stars fight, then tune in to this card as it features the likes of Sugar Sean O’Malley, former UFC bantamweight champ Cody Garbrandt and Aussie heavyweight Tai Tuivasa. You can continue reading to see UFC 269 odds and UFC 269 betting predictions for all fights.

UFC 269 Odds – Fight Card

Before we start with UFC 269 odds for the full card, let us take a quick look at some of the must-watch fights on this UFC 269 odds card. We will also provide a detailed analysis of UFC 269 odds for Charles Oliveira vs Dustin Poirier and UFC 269 odds for Amanda Nunes vs Julianna Pena.

The UFC has put together a total of 14 fights for UFC 269. The main card will feature 5 fights, the preliminary card will have 3 fights and the early prelims will have 6 fights. While this card will take place on Saturday, Dec 11 in the United States, Indian MMA fans will need to tune in on Sunday, Dec 12 for live-action.

When it comes to the early prelims, there are two fights that you must watch. If you like seeing a submission specialist at work, tune in for Ryan Hall vs. Darrick Minner as you are likely to see some high-level groundwork, especially if the fight goes into the third round.

The second fight on the prelims is the headline fight between South African Dricus Du Plessis and Andre Muniz. Du Plessis is making a name for himself in the middleweight division and an impressive win over Muniz could pave the way for him to be fighting on the main card for his next fight.

Sean O’Malley has a huge fan following on social media and he brings eyeballs to the card when he fights. He has been criticized for not fighting bigger names in the past, but he does have a good opponent in front of him in Raulian Paiva even though UFC 269 betting odds don’t reflect this. The fight to headline the prelims features Josh Emmett and Dan Ige.

If you like seeing two warriors stand and bang, watch this fight, and don’t blink.

UFC 269 Odds – Full Fight Card

These are the UFC 269 betting odds from Bet365.

  • Charles Oliveira (2.30) vs. Dustin Poirier (1.62) – Lightweight
  • Amanda Nunes (1.14) vs. Julianna Pena (6.00) – Bantamweight
  • Geoff Neal (1.90) vs. Sanitago Ponzinibbio (1.90) – Welterweight
  • Kai Kara-France (2.50) vs. Cody Garbrandt (1.57) – Flyweight
  • Raulian Paiva (3.40) vs. Sean O’Malley (1.33) – Bantamweight
  • Augusto Sakai (1.90) vs. Tai Tuivasa (1.90) – Heavyweight
  • Josh Emmett (1.50) vs. Dan Ige (2.70) – Featherweight
  • Bruno Silva (1.28) vs. Jordan Wright (3.75) – Middleweight
  • Alex Perez (1.33) vs. Matt Schnell (3.40) – Flyweight
  • Andre Muniz (1.61) vs. Eryk Anders (2.37) – Middleweight
  • Erin Blanchfield (2.10) vs. Miranda Maverick (1.72) – Flyweight
  • Randy Costa (1.50) vs. Tony Kelly (2.70) – Bantamweight
  • Ryan Hall (1.44) vs. Darrick Minner (2.87) – Featherweight
  • Priscila Cachoeira (3.25) vs. Gillian Robertston (1.36) – Flyweight

There are a number of fights on this card where we feel the bookmaker is off with their UFC 269 odds. We think there will be a few upsets on this card and the underdog will win, which means you should think about backing these fighters. Our MMA experts are going against the Bet365 UFC 269 odds and will bet on underdogs Dan Ige, Raulian Paiva, and Eryk Anders to win.

Now let us take a quick look at the UFC 269 odds and share our predictions for the two title fights.

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UFC 269: Oliveira vs Poirier odds

Charles Oliveira will defend his UFC lightweight championship for the first time against former title challenger, and now number one contender, Dustin Poirier. We find it a bit strange that Poirier is the favorite, as Oliveira is on an 8-fight win streak. The Brazilian used to be feared for his submissions but has shown in the last couple of years that he has hands and can throw down with the best.

We believe Poirier has the better boxing and if this fight plays out on the feet, Poirier will win either by KO or decision. However, we don’t think Oliveira and his camp will go in with a box-to-win strategy as their best chance of retaining the title is to take Poirier to the ground and submit him.

Poirier will be the bigger and stronger fighter on fight night, which will make it difficult for Oliveira to take him down. However, we think that over 5 rounds, Oliveira will find a way to take Poirier down and submit him. We got our money on Oliveira even if the UFC 269 odds say otherwise.

Recommended Betting Tip: Charles Oliveira (2.30)

UFC 269: Nunes vs Pena odds

Two division champ and the GOAT in the women’s division, Amanda Nunes returns to defend her bantamweight championship. She takes on fellow Brazilian and submission specialist Juliana Pena who is the biggest underdog when it comes to UFC 269 odds. Pena fought hard to get this fight and is confident she can take the belt from Nunes.

We don’t think that’s going to be possible because Nunes is definitely a better boxer and has shown she has KO power. Pena’s only chance is to take Nunes down and try to submit her, which isn’t going to be easy as Nunes is going to be the bigger and stronger fighter.

Nunes packs a lot of power in her punches and will look to finish the fight in the first two rounds. If Pena can get the fight into the third round, she will be more confident and have a better chance of winning. We are going to back Amanda Nunes to retain her belt and win by KO.

Recommended Betting Tip: Amanda Nunes by KO (1.14)

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