UFC betting action on January 17th comes from Dublin, Ireland as UFC 93 is on pay-per-view. There are five fights on the main UFC 93 betting card while five bouts will be on the preliminary card.
UFC betting will be highlighted by the fight between Rich Franklin and Dan Henderson. The other main event in UFC betting will have Mark Coleman vs. Mauricio Rua. Both of these UFC betting bouts will be televised on pay-per-view as will the bouts between Marcus Davis vs. Chris Lytle, Alan Belcher vs. Denis Kang and Rousimar Palhares vs. Jeremy Horn.
UFC betting usually has about one main card each month for gamblers to wager on. The UFC 93 betting card should be extremely exciting as Franklin and Henderson are considered among the best MMA fighters in the world today. Coleman vs. Rua in UFC betting is a huge revenge fight for Rua as he lost in 2006 to Coleman after suffering a broken arm. Davis vs. Lytle might be the best bout of the five televised fights as both men have said they will stay on their feet to put on a great show for the fans. Palhares is thought of as a major threat in MMA fighting and should be fun to watch and the Belcher vs. Kang UFC betting match should be intense.
UFC 93 betting also includes five bouts on the preliminary card that are not scheduled to be televised. Martin Kampann faces Alexandre Barros on the UFC betting odds board. Eric Schafer is matched up against Antonio Mendes in UFC betting odds. It will be Ivan Serati vs. Thomasz Drwal in UFC betting odds. Nate Mohr is set to do battle with Denis Siver in UFC betting odds while Tom Egan faces John Hathaway on the UFC 93 betting odds board.
UFC 93 on January 17th is a great way to start the year of MMA action. The ten bouts all look intriguing and the pay-per-view part of the card really looks excellent. With Henderson and Franklin battling it out and the revenge angle for Rua in his bout against Coleman, gamblers should have a lot to consider with UFC 93.
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