The big fight for gamblers that bet on UFC 91 action is the one between Randy Couture and Brock Lesnar for the UFC heavyweight title.
UFC 91 betting will include a total of 10 bouts, five on the main televised card and five on the preliminary card. UFC 91 betting odds have the fight between Couture and Lesnar virtually a pick. Gamblers can bet on UFC 91 right up until the time of the fights on November 15th. UFC 91 betting action occurs from the MGM in Las Vegas on Saturday the 15th.
The other four bouts on the main card in UFC 91 betting include an interesting fight between Kenny Florian and Joe Stevenson. The winner of this fight in UFC 91 betting is likely to get a lightweight title shot. The other three bouts on the main UFC 91 betting card have Nick Catone fighting Amir Sadollah, Gabriel Gonzaga against Josh Henricks and Demian Maia vs. Nate Quarry.
Gamblers that bet on UFC 91 action also have five bouts to choose from on the preliminary card. The UFC 91 betting card has Dustin Hazelett facing Tamdan McCrory, Jorge Gurgel taking on Aaron Riley, Jeremy Stephens fighting Rafael dos Anjos, Mark Bocek battling Alvin Robinson and Matt Brown taking on Ryan Thomas.
Gamblers that bet on UFC 91 might be tempted to just bet on the Couture-Lesnar bout but that might be a mistake. There are so many other good opportunities for profit on the UFC 91 betting card. Just because fights are on television does not necessarily mean they are always better values on the UFC 91 betting card. You might find fights on the preliminary card that provide you with much better value and better chances to win money. You might even find round propositions on either the main card or the preliminary card in UFC 91 betting. The choices for UFC 91 are excellent so don’t forget about the other options available as you wager on the UFC 91 betting card.
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