UFC Fight Night: Gillian Robertson vs. Taila Santos betting odds

Written By Erik Buchinger on December 19, 2020 - Last Updated on December 30, 2020

Canadian Gillian Robertson will get back in the octagon to take on Taila Santos  on Saturday night in the women’s flyweight division. UFC Fight Night is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 19 at UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Robertson-Santos fight is part of the preliminary fights, which get started at 4 p.m. ET, and the event is highlighted by Stephen Thompson and Geoff Neal in the welterweight fight. The main card will get started at 7 p.m. ET.

Here is some additional information on each fighter heading into the bout. Robertson comes in with more experience in the UFC fighting game.

Gillian Robertson

Robertson was born in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, and heads into this fight with a 9-4 record. She stands at 5-foot-5 and 125 pounds with a 63-inch reach, and a 35.5-inch leg reach. Robertson won four of her last five fights including each of her last two.

In her last time out, Robertson earned a unanimous decision victory over Poliana Botelho at UFC Fight Night 180 in October.

Taila Santos

Santos is from Brazil, with a slight height advantage at 5-foot-6 and 125 pounds. She has a significant reach advantage at 68 inches and a longer leg reach at 37.5 inches. Santos enters with a 16-1 record, though she’s just 1-1 in UFC fights.

Santos earned her first UFC victory in July by winning in a unanimous decision over Molly McCann. She was supposed to fight Montana De La Rosa earlier this month, but it was canceled due to a positive coronavirus test in De La Rosa’s camp.

Santos won 15 consecutive fights before being promoted to UFC.

Robertson-Santos betting odds

There are plenty of betting options available for the fights on Saturday night including a number of wagers able to be made on the Robertson-Santos bout. All odds are via a popular United States sportsbook.

Fight Lines


Oddsmakers are expecting this fight to be as evenly matched as possible, with both fighters getting -112 odds to come away with a victory.

Total Rounds

The total fight rounds are set at 2.5 rounds with the sportsbook expecting the over to hit. More than 2.5 rounds is getting -177 odds, though the payout will be higher if the under 2.5 round hits at +130.

Go the Distance

Will this fight go the distance? Oddsmakers say yes. In this wager, “yes” has -148 odds with “no” at +110.

Winning Method

Winning method betting includes not only who wins the fight but how they end up with the win. Here’s a look at the winning method bets.

To Win by any Knockout, Submission or DQ

  • Gillian Robertson: Yes (+275), No (-435)
  • Taila Santos: Yes (+300), No (-480)

To win by Decision

  • Gillian Robertson: Yes (+240), No (-360)
  • Taila Santos: Yes (+210), No (-305)

Winning Method

  • Taila Santos by decision +210
  • Gillian Robertson by decision +240
  • Gillian Robertson by submission +333
  • Taila Santos by KO, TKO or DQ +450
  • Taila Santos by submission +750
  • Gillian Robertson by KO, TKO or DQ +1100
  • Tie +6600

Round Betting

The sportsbook is offering odds on who will win the fight, how they’ll win and when it will happen. Here’s a look at those betting odds.

To Win Fight in Round

  • Taila Santos by decision +210
  • Gillian Robertson by decision +240
  • Gillian Robertson – Round 1 +600
  • Taila Santos – Round 1 +650
  • Gillian Robertson – Round 2 +800
  • Taila Santos – Round 2 +850
  • Gillian Robertson – Round 3 +1400
  • Taila Santos – Round 3 +1400
  • Tie +6600

To Win Fight in Round (Ranges)

  • Taila Santos – Rounds 3-Decision +185
  • Gillian Robertson – Rounds 3-Decision +200
  • Gillian Robertson – Round 1-2 +275
  • Taila Santos – Rounds 1-2 +325
  • Tie +6600

Fight to End Quickly

Oddsmakers are suggesting it’s highly unlikely this fight will end within the first 60 seconds of it starting but if it does, there is a rather significant payout. Here’s a look at the available wager.

Fight to End in the First 60 Seconds of Round 1

  • Yes +1400
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