Belfort vs. Henderson UFC Odds
The UFC will air its second Fight Night card of the week when former champions Vitor Belfort and Dan Henderson finally meet each other in the Octagon at UFC Fight Night 32 on Saturday.
The two first met in 2006 at the Pride Fighting Championships, ending in a decision win for Henderson. Despite that outcome oddsmakers have the UFC odds favored in Belfort’s direction for the upcoming rematch.
Currently action on Belfort comes with an MMA odds -220 price at 5Dimes while the Henderson upset will pay +180 at Bovada. Belfort will likely have to submit his opponent to win as Henderson has never been knocked out and has only lost via decision or submission.
The deeper the fight goes the better chance Henderson will have to wear down Belfort, making the upset line a viable option.
Cezar Ferreira will look to make it three straight wins since entering the UFC when he faces Ultimate Fighter Brazil alum Daniel Sarafian. This fight is closely handicapped with Ferreira currently the slim -145 favorite.
UFC betting odds on Sarafian opened at -115 at 5Dimes but have risen to the current +125 line. This is a close one to call and one might want to consider taking the Brazilian, as their records are exceptional when fighting at home.
Rafael Cavalcante is currently a heavy favorite against Igor Pokrajac in their UFC Fight Night 32 matchup. Cavalcante has 11 KO’s in 11 wins and will be looking for the early finish as he always does. Oddsmakers at 5Dimes believe he will be able to make quick work of Pokrajac (+230), who has a record of 0-2 with one no-contest in his last three fights.
Some better value may be found in the 5Dimes prop options that are offering a -115 line that Cavalcante wins inside the distance, or the -245 option on the fight not going to a decision.