Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 10/22/2010 - 12:07
If you want to take advantage of the best line you’re likely to see on the UFC Heavyweight champion for the next couple of years, get in on the -160 UFC 121 odds being offered on Brock Lesnar (5-1) against Cain Velasquez (8-0) this Saturday night.
As we periodically see, the hype around a UFC championship fight is bigger than it should be, and the lines are a bit skewed because of that fact.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Thu, 10/21/2010 - 10:45
Roger Bowling will be looking to settle some unfinished business against Bobby Voelker on Friday and pay off for his supporters at Strikeforce Challengers 11.
The card will feature that main event Welterweight fight between Bowling (8-0) and Voelker (22-8), plus undefeated Billy Evangelista (10-0) will return to action against Waachiim Spiritwolf (8-6-1) in a catchweight fight, and Heavyweight Lavar Johnson (14-3) will take on Virgil Zwicker (8-1).
Submitted by Jack Randall on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 10:49
Every time Michael Bisping (19-3) steps into the Octagon in the U.K., like he will Saturday at UFC 120, he’s heavily favored to win.
This time he will face Korean sensation Yoshiro Akiyama (13-2) and oddsmakers have “The Count” as the -200 favorite this Saturday at the O2 Arena in London. Akiyama will pay +160 as the underdog, mainly because Bisping has shown in the past that he can be put to sleep if he ends up on the wrong end of a heavy shot to his chin.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Wed, 10/13/2010 - 10:10
With only three live events remaining in Season 3 of the Bellator Fighting Championships, the promotion will crown two new champions this Thursday night in Kansas City.
The main event for the Heavyweight title will feature Neil “Goliath” Grove (9-2-1) taking on two-time NCAA Division I Heavyweight Wrestling champion Cole "The Polar Bear" Konrad (6-0). The Bellator 32 odds list have Konrad as a heavy favorite.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 10/08/2010 - 09:54
Strikeforce rolls into San Jose Saturday for Diaz vs Noons II, a long-awaited rematch between current Strikeforce Welterweight champion Nick Diaz (22-7-1) and lethal striker and former EliteXC Welterweight champion K.J. Noons (12-2).
Diaz and Noons first met at EliteXC: Renegade for the Lightweight championship back in November 2007. The fight was stopped after the first round when Diaz suffered a couple of bad gashes on his face.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 09/24/2010 - 08:57
Can favored Ryan Bader advance his MMA standing this weekend at UFC 119?
Ever since “Darth” Bader (11-0-0) first showed up on the Ultimate Fighter Season 8 gym, he’s been a wrecking machine. He cruised to the Ultimate Fighter title and has beaten every opponent that has been put in front of him since then.
Poised to enter the title contender picture, Bader likely needs one or two more wins to get his shot at the Light Heavyweight title, currently held by Mauricio Rua.
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