UFC Fight Night: Song vs. Gutierrez - Odds, Predictions & Picks

Written by: Ryan Bristlon
Published December 9, 2023
6 min read
  • Chris Gutierrez replaces Petr Yan in main event against Song Yadong

  • Anthony Smith steps into the co-main event on short notice

  • This event will now take place in Las Vegas instead of the intended Shanghai, China locale

UFC Fight Night: Song vs. Gutierrez

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Fighter Odds
Song Yadong -395
Chris Gutierrez +310
Fighter Odds
Anthony Smith +190
Khalil Rountree Jr. -230
Fighter Odds
Tim Elliott -148
Su Mudaerji +124
Fighter Odds
Nasrat Haqparast -205
Jamie Mullarkey +170
Fighter Odds
Park Jun-Yong -175
Andre Muniz +145
Fighter Odds
Song Kenan +124
Kevin Jousset -148
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UFC Fight Night Song vs Gutierrez Predictions

UFC Fight Night: Song vs Gutierrez - Picks & Predictions

Song Yadong vs. Chris Gutierrez - Bantamweight division

Our pick: Song Yadong (-395)

Anthony Smith vs. Khalil Rountree Jr. - Light heavyweight division

Our pick: Khalil Rountree Jr. (-230)

Tim Elliott vs. Su Mudaerji - Flyweight division

Our pick: Su Mudaerji (+124)

Nasrat Haqparast vs. Jamie Mullarkey - Lightweight division

Our pick: Nasrat Haqparast (-205)

Park Jun-Yong vs. Andre Muniz - Middleweight division

Our pick: Park Jun-Yong (-175)

Song Kenan vs. Kevin Jousset - Welterweight division

Our pick: Kevin Jousset (-148)

Song Yadong vs. Chris Gutierrez - Bantamweight division

Song YadongTALE OF THE TAPEChris Gutierrez
5 ft 8 inHeight5 ft 8 in
67 inReach67 in
20-7-1, 1 no-contestRecord20-5-2

At -395, number-seven ranked bantamweight Song Yadong finds himself as the biggest betting favorite on the main card now that his opponent has changed to Chris Gutierrez. Song was originally expected to take on the former bantamweight champion Petr Yan.

With that said, Gutierrez is no laughing matter. He is 8-1-1 in his last ten fights and is coming off of a decision win over Alateng Heili in a bout that took place just two months ago.

Song, 5-2 in his last seven, is coming off of a fifth-round TKO victory over Ricky Simon that took place back in April.

Song is the younger and higher-ranked fighter, but both men will step into the octagon in Saturday’s main event boasting an equal height and reach.

To find out how to place your bets for this bantamweight main event, check out our ultimate UFC betting guide to get started.

Anthony Smith vs. Khalil Rountree Jr. - Light heavyweight division

Anthony SmithTALE OF THE TAPEKhalil Rountree Jr.
6 ft 4 inHeight6 ft 1 in
76 inReach76.5 in
37-18Record12-5, 1 no-contest

Originally slated to face Azamat Murzakanov one week ago, Khalil Rountree now finds himself taking a step up in competition as his original opponent pulled out of their bout after suffering from pneumonia.

Rountree will now face off against the number-eight ranked light heavyweight and former title challenger Anthony Smith, who steps in on short notice and who recently snapped a two-fight skid with his split-decision win over Ryan Spann this past August.

Rountree, ranked 11th in the LHW division, is riding a four-fight winning streak into the co-main event this Saturday, having most recently defeated Chris Daukaus via TKO in the first round of their bout back in August.

Smith is the taller fighter, but with the slightest edge in reach and his recent performances in mind, the oddsmakers have Khalil Rountree Jr. listed as the -230 favorite in this weekend’s co-main event.

Tim Elliott vs. Su Mudaerji - Flyweight division

Tim ElliottTALE OF THE TAPESu Mudaerji
5 ft 7 inHeight5 ft 10 in
66 inReach72 in

Former bantamweight title challenger Tim Elliott will have his hands full this weekend when he takes on the taller, longer fighter that is Su Mudaerji.

Mudaerji is coming off of a submission loss at the hands of Matt Schnell but had won his last three fights prior. He stands three inches taller than Elliott and will have a reach advantage of six inches.

Elliott has had mixed success since signing with the UFC and has a promotional record of 6-7. He is coming off of a third-round submission loss to Muhammad Mokaev at UFC 294 in October.

Somehow, despite everything mentioned above, it is Tim Elliott who the oddsmakers have listed as the favorite to win at -148.

Nasrat Haqparast vs. Jamie Mullarkey - Lightweight division

Nasrat HaqparastTALE OF THE TAPEJamie Mullarkey
5 ft 10 inHeight5 ft 8 in
72 inReach74 in

Riding the momentum of two decision wins in a row, Nasrat Haqparast looks to extend his winning streak by defeating Jamie Mullarkey this Saturday.

Mullarkey is 3-1 in his last four fights and is coming off of a big decision win over John Makdessi that took place at UFC 293 back in September.

Haqparast will stand two-inches taller but Mullarkey will have a two-inch advantage in reach. Both men are similar in age and experience, but it is Haqparast who will enter the octagon as the -205 favorite.

Park Jun-Yong vs. Andre Muniz - Middleweight division

Park Jun-YongTALE OF THE TAPEAndre Muniz
6 ftHeight6 ft 1 in
73 inReach78 in

Coming into this matchup with an impressive five-inch reach advantage, Andre Muniz looks to put an end to his recent losing streak. Prior to 2023, Muniz had won nine fights in a row before losing back-to-back fights this past year.

He takes on “the Iron Turtle” Park Jun-Yong - a fighter who currently finds himself on a four-fight winning streak. Jun-Yong most recently submitted Albert Duraev in the second round of their bout back in July.

As mentioned, Muniz will have the physical advantages but it is South Korea’s Park Jun-Yong who is listed as the -175 favorite.

Song Kenan vs. Kevin Jousset - Welterweight division

Song KenanTALE OF THE TAPEKevin Jousset
6 ftHeight6 ft 2 in
71.5 inReach75 in

Kicking off this Saturday’s main card will be a welterweight matchup in which Song Kenan will be looking for his second win in a row over Kevin Jousset, who will be making just his second UFC appearance.

Jousset debuted for the promotion back in September and defeated Kiefer Crosbie via rear-naked choke in the very first round at UFC 293.

Kenana recently snapped a two-fight skid with his recent decision win over Rolando Bedoya back in August. 

With both height and reach advantages, Jousset is the -148 favorite to win this weekend.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Song vs. Gutierrez

  • LOCATION: UFC Apex, Enterprise, Nevada

  • WHEN: Saturday, December 9

  • TIME: 8 PM EST


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