UFC betting on Wednesday, December 10th includes 10 bouts on the UFC Fight for the Troops card.
This event is being televised by Spike TV at 9:00 pm Eastern although only the five bouts on the UFC main card will be shown. UFC betting should be popular on the main card which has Josh Koscheck facing Yoshiyuki Yoshida but also popular should be the Frank Edgar vs. Matt Wiman bout.
UFC betting information shows that Frank Edgar is moving up to the lightweight division to face Matt Wiman. Edgar was seen last in UFC Fight Night in July when he defeated Hermes Franca. Wiman was last season knocking out Thiago Tavares in UFC betting. Also on the main UFC betting part of the UFC Fight for the Troops card is Mike Swick as he fights Jonathan Goulet in a welterweight bout.
UFC Fight for the Troops betting is a special event that will air for three hours on Spike TV. UFC betting should be popular on this event and on the Wiman-Edgar fight. Wiman is 10-3 and has won four straight in UFC betting. Edgar is 9-1 according to UFC betting stats and has looked very impressive in his young career.
Also on the main televised part of UFC Fight for the Troops card is a bout between Steve Cantwell and Razak Al- Hussan. Cantwell has won six of his seven fights according to UFC betting stats including a victory over Brian Stann that got him the WEC title. Al-Hussan is 5-0 according to UFC betting numbers and has shown to be a quick study. The other bout on the main UFC betting fight card has former U.S. Navy veteran Tim Credeur facing Nate Loughran.
UFC betting is also available on the undercard which has former U.S. Marine Luigi Fioravanti taking on Brodie Farber; U.S. Navy veteran Dale Hartt vs. Corey Hill, Ben Saunders vs. former Navy SEAL Brandon Wolff, Johnny Rees vs. U.S. Navy veteran Steve Bruno and Justin McCully vs. Eddie Sanchez.
Take a look at all of the odds on each of the bouts for this great UFC card.
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