UFC On Fuel TV 4: Munoz vs. Weidman is just hours away, and we'll take a quick look at the betting lines. Chris Weidman is the favorite over Mark Munoz in the main event, which is somewhat surprising, but the lines are so narrow there's not really any action there. San Jose native Chris Cariaso is a sizable favorite over Josh Feruson, who has only ever faced middling talent and has lost to no-name fighters throughout his career.
Cariaso on the other hand has won two-straight fight and is rightfully favored given his last win was over perennial top-tenner Takeya Mizugaki. He's a safe bet at this point, but there's not a lot of money to be made unless you are taking out a loan or something. That being said, there is a little bit of action to be had on this card - in the form of T.J. Dillashaw vs. Vaughan Lee.
Dillashaw is a California-based fighter and a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter, but he didn't win and doesn't appear to be a remarkable fighter by any means. As he's based in California, we'd like to be proven wrong, but it really does feel like Lee is being overlooked here. That line is really tempting and it's the only attractive underdog bet on the card at this point.
Lines via bookmaker.eu, with a H/T to Bloody Elbow:
Mark Munoz (12-2) +115 vs. Chris Weidman (8-0) -145
Joey Beltran (14-7) +275 vs. James Te Huna (14-5) -345
Kenny Robertson (11-1) +235 vs. Aaron Simpson (11-3) -295
Francis Carmont (18-7) -182 vs. Karlos Vemola (9-2) +152
T.J. Dillashaw (5-1) -435 vs. Vaughan Lee (12-7-1) +285
Rafael dos Anjos (16-6) -175 vs. Anthony Njokuani (15-6, 1 NC) +145
Alex Caceres (6-5) +135 vs. Damacio Page (15-7) -165
Chris Cariaso (13-3) -345 vs. Josh Ferguson (12-4) +265
Andrew Craig (7-0) -200 vs. Rafael Natal (14-3-1) +150
Marcelo Guimaraes (7-0-1) -345 vs. Dan Stittgen (7-2) +265
Raphael Assuncao (16-4) -200 vs. Issei Tamura (7-2) +150