Credit: Will Fox, Sherdog.com
Only two fights are up for bids (most betting sites only have the main event available, however). They are as follows (per SportBet.com):
Michael Chandler (-219) vs. Eddie Alvarez (+191)
Muhammad Lawal (-430) vs. Emanuel Newton (+570)
There is currently no option to bid for Curran vs. Straus. If that changes, expect Curran to rightly open an enormous favorite.
Michael Chandler opens as a solid favorite at -219. Eddie Alvarez isn't a big enough underdog to make a bet on him especially tantalizing, especially since Chandler is a fairly clear-cut favorite, given their first fight and Alvarez's time out of the cage (his last fight was in October 2012). Definitely a fight to avoid putting money on.
The crazy thing is how huge an underdog Emanuel Newton is compared to "King" Mo Lawal. In spite of the fact Newton won their first fight with an early knockout, Newton is a huge +570 underdog while Lawal is a -430 favorite. Naturally, it's rare for a fighter to be favored in a rematch so soon after losing, never even mind the 1000-point difference between them.
This is definitely the fight to bet on.
While Lawal is by far the more accomplished fighter, and stylistically should be able to demolish Newton with his Olympic-caliber wrestling, his overconfidence in his boxing has been, and likely continues to be, his Achilles' heel. Lawal committedly tries to emulate Floyd Mayweather's front-hand-down style, but he simply doesn't have the hand speed to actually make it work in an MMA setting. Dropping his left hand amid exchanges has led to both his losses (knockouts suffered at the hands of Newton at Bellator 90 and Rafael Cavalcante at Strikeforce: Houston).
Unless he rectifies that problem, a flash knockout is very, very possible. That makes Newton worth betting on.