UFC odds for UFC 93 on January 17th include a rematch between Mark Coleman and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua.
UFC 93 betting odds will be very competitive on this bout from Dublin, Ireland as Rua is looking for revenge against Coleman. UFC odds will probably have Coleman favored over Rua since he was victorious in their first bout. It was not an easy win and anything could happen in the rematch. Rua has said that he will try and keep the fight standing since Coleman will be trying to take it to the ground. Rua has admitted he made some mistakes in the first fight and looks to correct them in UFC 93.
UFC odds heavily favored Rua in their first fight in 2006 and that could be the case here again in UFC 93 betting odds. After that loss Rua went on to win his next four fights before losing against Forrest Griffin in UFC 76 in what was considered a surprise. Rua had surgery following that fight and has not been in UFC odds since.
Coleman has only fought once since defeating Rua. He lost by submission to Fedor Emelianenko in the second round at Pride 32. He was expected to be in UFC odds in UFC 87 but had to withdraw from the fight against Brock Lesnar due to injury.
The headliner on the UFC 93 betting odds card is the bout between Rich Franklin and Dan Henderson. Many gamblers who look at UFC odds will be very interested in this fight. Also on the main UFC 93 betting odds card in addition to Franklin-Henderson and Rua-Coleman are Alan Belcher vs. Denis Kang, Marcus Davis vs. Chris Lytle and Jeremy Horn vs. Rousimar Palhares.
UFC odds on the preliminary card which is not scheduled to be televised have Alexandre Barros taking on Martin Kampmann. UFC odds show that Antonio Mendes fights Eric Schafer. UFC odds have Thomasz Drwal taking on Ivan Serati. Tom Egan fights John Hathaway in UFC odds and Nate Mohr is matched up against Denis Siver in UFC odds.
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