Lewis. November 28, 2020 ● UFC APEX ● Las Vegas, NV
UFC Fight Night: Smith vs. Clark
With the heavyweight tilt between Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis a late scratch, Anthony Smith and Devin Clark step in as the headliners of UFC Fight Night 184 from the UFC’s APEX Facility in Las Vegas.
The light heavyweights will take center stage to conclude a 10-fight card that mostly features up-and-coming talent.
Fights getting canceled at the last minute is par for the course in 2020. The light heavyweight scrap should provide an intriguing main event in its stead, though. Smith has proved he’s a top-tier 205er, while Clark is looking to have a breakout performance after stifling Alonzo Menifield in his last fight.
Here’s a look at the complete offering along with the latest odds and predictions for the biggest fights.
Main Card (ESPN+ at 10 p.m. ET)
Anthony Smith (-139) vs. Devin Clark (+115)
Miguel Baeza (-175) vs Takashi Sato (+140)
Josh Parisian (-200) vs Parker Porter (+160)
Spike Carlyle (-177) vs Bill Algeo (+140)
Ashlee Evans-Smith (-137) vs Norma Dumont (+110)
Jonathan Pearce (+245) vs Kai Kamaka (-335)
Prelims (ESPN+ at 8 p.m. ET)
Martin Day (-167) vs Anderson dos Santos (+135)
Gina Mazany (-200) vs Rachael Ostovich (+160)
Su Mudaerji (-335) vs Malcolm Gordon (+250)
Luke Sanders (-155) vs Nate Maness (+125)
In the US, the preliminary card for UFC Fight Night: Smith vs. Clark will begin from 4:00 pm ET on November 28, Saturday and therefore the main card starts from 7:00 pm ET. Both cards are going to be aired on UFC Fight Pass, ESPN 2, and on simulcast on ESPN+.