Handicapping the UFC 90 Betting Line at SBG Global

December 2, 2010 UFC

UFC 90 betting line matchups have a total of 10 bouts on the card highlighted by the main event as Anderson Silva faces Patrick Cote. UFC 90 betting odds have Silva about a 7-1 favorite.

UFC 90 betting line options include more than just the main event.  The next fight on the UFC 90 betting line that should get a lot of action is the Thiago Alves-Josh Koscheck bout.  Koscheck is -170 on the UFC 90 betting odds board.  This bout has the lowest odds of any fight on the UFC 90 betting line card.  A number of other bouts have UFC 90 betting odds of about 2-1.

Gray Maynard is -225 against Rich Clementi. Sean Sherk is -265 over Tyson Griffin on the UFC 90 betting line. Dan Miller is over a 3-1 favorite against Matt Horwich on the UFC 90 betting line.  Spencer Fisher is just over a 3-1 favorite in UFC 90 betting odds against Shannon Gugerty. Thales Leites is over a 4-1 favorite against Drew McFedries on the UFC 90 betting line.  Hermes Franca is about 2-1 over Marcus Aurelio on the UFC 90 betting line.  Josh Burkman is also 2-1 against Pete Sell. The biggest favorite on the UFC 90 betting line is Fabricio Werdum who is almost a 9-1 favorite against Junior Dos Santos.

The UFC 90 betting line is one of the most interesting ones to handicap. Rarely have we seen so many big favorites on one card in UFC betting.  Usually at least three or four fights will have odds close to a pick. None of the fights on the UFC 90 card have anything less than -170. There are also a number of really big favorites ranging from 9-1 to 3-1. Even 2-1 favorites are considered a bit pricey on the UFC 90 betting line.  That could lead you to look seriously at some underdogs in UFC 90. Just hitting a few underdogs on the UFC 90 betting line card would probably be enough to make a profit.  That could be the way to go with UFC 90.

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