UFC 88 betting on Saturday, September 6th will include a bout between UFC middleweight champion Rich “Ace” Franklin and Matt “The Hammer” Hamill.
If you are looking to place a UFC 88 bet on this fight you will find that Franklin is over a 2-1 UFC 88 betting favorite. UFC 88 betting should be popular on Franklin who is 23-3 in his career. Hamill gained attention through the Ultimate Fighter and is 4-1 in his career. UFC 88 betting lines on Franklin should probably be higher but Hamill has gained popularity, possibly because he is legally deaf. Hamill does not have as much experience as Franklin has and true UFC 88 betting odds would be well over 3-1 in favor of Franklin.
Hamill is an excellent fighter in terms of wrestling and grappling and he will need to use those skills in this UFC 88 betting matchup. Hamill is a three-time NCAA Division III National Champion in wrestling. He also won a silver medal in Greco-Roman wrestling and a gold medal in freestyle wrestling from the 2001 Summer Deaf Olympics. He will also need to improve his striking if he is to hold off the talented Franklin in this UFC 88 betting matchup. Hamill comes into this UFC 88 betting matchup with only four wins and none were over top fighters. He defeated Tim Boetsch, Rex Holman, Seth Petruzelli and Jesse Forbes.
Franklin is the deserving UFC 88 betting favorite in this match. He has beaten a number of good fighters in his career and should be able to handle Hamill in this UFC 88 betting fight. Franklin defeated Travis Lutter in UFC 83. If you are looking to make a UFC 88 bet on Franklin you should know that he is getting better with each fight. He is now being trained by Matt "The Wizard" Hume who is an excellent trainer. Franklin could be the way to go with your UFC 88 bet in this fight. If you are looking at a round option with your UFC 88 bet you may want to go over. Hamill never quits and Franklin is a striker which means he would need a knockout to end the fight early in UFC 88 betting. That should mean that Franklin wins this UFC 88 betting bout by decision, but in the UFC we have seen that anything is possible.
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