UFC 111 odds list Shane Carwin as an underdog as he takes on Frank Mir for the Interim Heavyweight Championship on Saturday, March 27th.
Carwin is an underdog in UFC 111 betting even though he is undefeated.
UFC 111 odds on Carwin put him as the +120 underdog against Mir. The bout will decide who will face Brock Lesnar for the heavyweight title this summer. Carwin comes into the bout at 11-0. He is still not getting a lot of respect though since Mir is favored in UFC 111 odds. Carwin wants to win the fight so he can get a shot against Lesnar. "To me the interim belt is just the semi-finals of getting to that championship," said Carwin, "You know, this belt obviously isn’t for the championship and the one against Brock is. So you know you just have to go in there and fight this fight with your heart and then move on to the next round." There are 11 fights in UFC 111 odds and the bout between Carwin and Mir is considered a co-headliner.
The other main event for UFC 111 odds will feature Georges St-Pierre defending his welterweight championship against Dan Hardy. St-Pierre is an 8-1 favorite in UFC 111 odds to win that bout. There are three other fights on the main pay-per-view portion of the card. It will be Ben Saunders vs. Jake Ellenberger, Jon Fitch vs. Thiago Alves and Jim Miller vs. Mark Bocek. Saunders is a -155 favorite in UFC 111 odds in his bout against Ellenberger. Alves is a slight -135 favorite against Fitch while Miller is a big 4-1 favorite in his bout against Bocek.
The preliminary card in UFC 111 betting will feature six bouts, two of which will be show live on Spike TV. Those fights are Nate Diaz vs. Rory Markham and Ricardo Almeida vs. Matt Brown. The rest of the preliminary card in UFC 111 betting should be exciting as Matthew Riddle goes up against Greg Soto, Rousimar Palhares vs. Tomasz Drwal, Rodney Wallace vs. Jared Hamman and Fabricio Camoes vs. Kurt Pellegrino.
UFC 111 betting lines are on the board right now and many of the fights are getting good action. This is also a unique event since many movie theatres around the United States will be showing this fight card.