MMA Odds: UFC 136 Betting Preview

MMA bettors have a stacked UFC fight card this weekend with six fights to bet on in the main card and 10 in total.

Headlining UFC 136 will be the long-awaited Lightweight title fight between Frank Edgar and Gray Maynard.

A second UFC title will be on the line when Jose Aldo puts his UFC Featherweight strap up against Kenny Florian.


UFC Live 6 MMA Betting Odds

The only thing better than a UFC pay-per-view fight card is a free UFC event broadcast on television. That’s what MMA betting fans will get this Saturday night when UFC Bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz (18-1) looks to defend his title for the second time on UFC Live 6.


UFC 135 Betting Odds

Jon “Bones” Jones will be a heavy favorite to defend his UFC Light Heavyweight title against former champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson at UFC 135 this Saturday night, but according to Jackson MMA oddsmakers have it all wrong.

As a 5Dimes favorite the price on Jones currently sits at -550. That price has steadily risen from the original line of -340. Most MMA bettors at 5Dimes seem to think Jones will dominate Jackson and have pushed the upset payout on Rampage up from +280 to the current +425 line.


MMA Betting: UFC Fight Night Live

Jake Shields will be looking to find his place within the talent-rich welterweight division at UFC Fight Night Live when he steps into the Octagon against hard-hitting Jake Ellenberger.

Shields agreed to go on with the fight despite the tragic loss of his father in late August, only weeks before the event. Oddsmakers at 5Dimes don’t seem to think the personal circumstances will affect his performance and have him listed as a -170 favorite over Ellenberger. That line has dropped from an original line of -230 as more bettors opt for the Ellenberger upset.


Strikeforce 36 Odds: Barnett vs Kharitonov

The Strikeforce Grand Prix semifinals go Saturday under the Strikeforce 36 Barnett vs Kharitonov banner, with odds on eight fights including a scrap between the ‘ladies.’

Josh Barnett is a -335 favorite to defeat Russian kickboxer Sergei Kharitonov according to 5Dimes. The MMA betting continues to go behind the former UFC Heavyweight Champ, who was -300 earlier in the week and from -240 last week.


UFC 134 Underdog Betting Odds

Many of the UFC big dogs are in action Saturday at UFC 134 - Anderson Silva, Mauricio Rua, Forrest Griffin, Minotauro Nogueira to name just a few.

But it's the big dogs in betting terms that have many MMA fans exciting about wagering on UFC 134 odds. (And you can double up your deposit bonus when you sign up today at Bovada )

Of the 12 fights, eight involve underdogs of 2/1 or better odds. In a sport like MMA, hitting just a few big dogs can be a big benefit to your bankroll.


UFC 134 Betting Odds

You'd better be tough if you call the man who beats you in MMA a coward, but that’s what Anderson Silva did five years ago when he lost to Yushin Okami.

It was a pre-UFC fight for each man and Silva took a disqualification loss for a questionable illegal upkick during the match. Okami said he couldn’t continue and got the victory. Silva called it a ‘cowardly way to win.’


Bellator 48 Sandro vs Curran Odds

Marlon Sandro looks to claim Bellator’s featherweight title against fast-rising Pat Curran Saturday in Bellator 48.
Curran meanwhile looks to become the first Bellator fighter to hold titles in two weight classes.

A star in Japan recently in the Sengoku Raiden Championships and in the Shooto Brazil series before that, Sandro is making waves in the USA with Bellator. He is 19-2 with his only coming against heralded stars Michihiro Omigawa and Hatsu Hioki.


Hardy Underdog in UFC Live 5 Odds

Dan Hardy has lived about as long as he can on his red Mohawk, funky mouthpiece, and fading reputation as a knockout artist.

The hard-punching Brit has lost three straight and faces a do-or-die scrap Sunday against Chris Lytle at UFC Live 5 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.


UFC 133 Betting Preview

Can Tito Ortiz beat the odds and shock the MMA world again? He’ll get his chance this Saturday night against Rashad Evans at UFC 133.

Former UFC Light Heavyweight Ortiz steps into the Octagon on short notice as a replacement for the injured Phil Davis only five weeks after his shocking upset over highly ranked prospect Ryan Bader at UFC 132. Dana White has stated that a win will vault Ortiz back into the top three in the division, and Rashad Evans might be the perfect opponent for him to do it.



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