Many have tried and almost all have failed to achieve what Matt Hardy hopes to do at the upcoming UFC 111 betting event: beat UFC welterweight champion Georges St Pierre.
Granted, it’s not impossible as MMA wagering fans know St Pierre has been defeated in the UFC betting odds before, it just hasn’t happened since 2007.
Since grabbing the title St Pierre (19-2) has won six straight UFC betting matches and is widely acknowledged in the world of MMA wagering as the best pound for pound fighter on the planet. He’s won numerous awards for his outstanding performances in the UFC betting action events and is the reigning MMA Fighter of the Year after a very impressive record in the MMA betting in 2009.
Hardy will have his hands, of that there is no doubt, but he’s also got a decent shot at upsetting the champ, according to UFC 111 odds makers. Hardy is a rising star in the world of MMA betting and also hasn’t lost a UFC betting match since 2007. He’s came out on top of his last seven UFC betting matches and has certainly earned the right to take the ring with the MMA champ.
Hardy is just about as powerful a fighter, as you’ll find in the 170lb sports betting class and will provide a different kind of fight than St Pierre has seen in recent UFC betting matches. His a greater striker and will do well if he can stay on his feet in the UFC 111 betting. While UFC 111 odds still favor St. Pierre, Hardy could very well be the man that finally beats the champ.
While no one is quite sure how this UFC betting matchup will turn out, you can be sure that it will be a great match-up of two of top MMA betting welterweights in the world and that, in itself, should be worth the price of the Pay-Per-View.