UFC 124 Betting Results

Heavily-favored Georges St-Pierre (21-2-0) once again dominated Josh Koscheck (15-5-0) at UFC 124. The Welterweight champ established a stiff jab that controlled the fight for all five rounds, punishing Koscheck’s face along the way. St-Pierre (a very safe -450 at retained his title via unanimous 50-45 decision.


UFC 124 Betting at Bodog

We will see if Josh Koscheck’s predictions about his own fights are better than his hockey forecasts.

When the UFC visited Montreal’s Bell Centre back in early May for UFC 113, Koscheck took Paul Daley down to the ground and controlled him for most of three straight rounds, winning a straight 30-27 unanimous decision. The victory was by far the biggest of Koscheck’s career and it earned him a welterweight title bout against Georges St. Pierre.


UFC Odds: Struve vs. McCorkle

Heavyweight giant Stefan Struve (23-4-0) has been getting all the motivation he needs for his upcoming UFC 124 fight against undefeated Sean McCorkle (10-0-0). Despite MMA betting lines listing McCorkle as an underdog, he’s been running his mouth and posting insulting comments about Struve on his Twitter account.

McCorkle (+140 at 5Dimes) has no shortage of confidence when talking about his upcoming UFC 124 fight. His trash talk has been more like a one-liner stand-up comedy routine than fight hype;


UFC 124 Upset Bets

The MMA betting lines for UFC 124 are offering fight fans a couple of underdog opportunities for this weekend with John Howard and mac Danzig shaping up as interesting plays.

Betting against heavily-favored Welterweight champion George St-Pierre may be ill-advised, but Howard (14-5-0) and Danzig (20-7-1) are looking like they both have a decent chance to upset their opponents and win as MMA betting underdogs.


TUF 12 Betting Recap

Rick Story (12-3) told anyone that would listen to him that he was going to neutralize the world-class wrestling skills of Johny Hendricks (9-1) and that he would hand the undefeated NCAA wrestling champ his first loss in the Octagon.

And that’s exactly what he did last Saturday night on MMA odds on the main card of The Ultimate Fighter 12 Finale.


UFC 124 Preview and Odds

Betting against Georges St-Pierre has been a losing proposition for years now, but UFC 124 bettors need to decide if challenger Josh Koscheck's fists can fly as fast as his mouth.


UFC 123 Recap / TUF 12 Preview

For the third straight UFC fight card the main event favorite lost in an upset, as Quinton Jackson knocked off the favored Lyoto Machida with a split-decision victory.

With the victory Jackson gets the next shot at the UFC Light Heavyweight title despite the fact that everyone involved in Saturday’s fight felt there should be a Machida rematch. For now White has plans for Machida to take on the winner, or loser, of the Jon Jones/Ryan Bader fight.


UFC 123 Betting Picks

Lyoto Machida 30-8 vs. Quinton Jackson 16-1


UFC 123 Odds Preview

If you’re looking for an underdog to bet on at UFC 123 this weekend, look no further than the main event where oddsmakers believe Lyota Machida will defeat famed gladiator Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.

Rampage, fresh off his role in the A-Team remake, is 30-8 and comes with a big +220 line against former champion Machida, who is 16-1. The Dragon will be the -280 favorite at Bovada.


UFC 122 Preview and Odds

With a line of +200, hard-hitting Yushin Okami just might be worth the risk against a wrecking machine like Nate Marquardt when the two face off in Germany at UFC 122.

Marquardt (30-9-2) is the heavy -260 favorite at Bovada to beat Okami (25-5-0), but if you listen to his interviews on the fight, he just may be underestimating his opponent’s skill and power. Get all the UFC 122 odds here at



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