UFC Betting

UFC 198 Matches: The Main Card Match-by-Match

UFC 198 main eventIf you’re planning on betting on UFC 198, you know the main card comprises five matches, following the deus ex machina that delivered us from the superfluous Anderson Silva-Uriah Hall bout. The Spider is so inessential that the UFC didn’t even bother coming up with a replacement match. Either way, that leaves plenty for UFC betting fans to sink their teeth into.

Attention Fans Betting on UFC 198: Anderson Silva is Out

Anderson Silva is out of the UFC 198Well, this sucks. Anderson “The Spider “Silva will not be competing this Saturday due to a pending surgery. Fans betting on UFC 198, we share your pain. The reason that’s keeping us from having Silva back on the octagon is a gall bladder surgery that will keep him out of commission for the next 4 to 6 weeks in rehabilitation. This means that his fight with Uriah Hall is not happening. 

Betting on UFC 198: Fabricio Werdum vs. Stipe Miocic

UFC 198 Betting AnalysisBetting on UFC 198? Who should you bet on; Fabricio Werdum or ‘Michael’ Stipe Miocic? Odds-wise, Werdum is the favorite (-150 to +130) and why wouldn’t he be? He is the UFC Heavyweight Champion after all, as well as a two-time Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion, a two-time Abu Dhabi Combat Club World Heavyweight Champion and European jiu-jitsu champion. Additionally, Werdum has beaten Cain Velasquez, Alistair Overeem, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, and Mark Hunt. But then Miocic ha also beaten Mark Hunt. But then who hasn’t beaten him? What do you and Mark Hunt have in common? You will both be watching UFC 198 from home.

Betting on UFC Fight Night 87: Overeem vs. Arlovski

UFC betting odds for Fight Night 87 main EventUFC betting odds for Fight Night 87’s main event pitting Alistair Overeem vs. Andrei Arlovski favor the Dutch kickboxer (-225) over the Belarusian samboist (+185). Overeem – also known as The Demolition Man – might very well be the fighter who has beaten the most former and current UFC champions (namely, Fabrício Werdum, Frank Mir, Brock Lesnar, Junior Dos Santos, and Vitor Belfort) without being a UFC champion himself – though he is a former Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion, DREAM Heavyweight Champion, K-1 World Grand Prix Champion, and one of only 2 fighters to hold world titles in both MMA and K-1 kickboxing simultaneously. 

Jones vs Cormier 2 Set to Main Event UFC 200

UFC 200 Betting Odds and Analysis Jon “Bones” Jones vs Daniel Cormier 2The betting on UFC universe saw another chapter written in the tumultuous story that has become of the UFC 200 preparation. UFC’s top head Dana White stated this morning on Good Morning America that the main event for the promotion’s big night will be Jon “Bones” Jones vs Daniel Cormier 2, thus replacing the rematch between McGregor and Diaz. 

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