Henderson Favored in UFC 88 Odds at SBG Global

December 2nd, 2010 UFC

UFC 88 odds have Dan Henderson as about a 2-1 favorite over Rousimar Palhares.

UFC 88 betting odds show 10 bouts on the September 6th card including the light heavyweight main event as Chuck Liddell takes on Rashad Evans. Let’s take a closer look at the Henderson-Palhares UFC 88 betting odds.

UFC 88 odds will be focused on Liddell but Henderson also has a big name in the UFC. The problem for Henderson is that he has not won a fight in well over a year. He lost to two very good fighters though in Quinton Jackson and Anderson Silva. Henderson is 22-7 overall and 2-2 in the UFC. Rousimar Palhares won his UFC debut at UFC 84 against Ivan Salaverry. He is 8-1 in his career and 1-0 in the UFC. Henderson is about 2-1 in UFC 88 odds because he has the far superior resume to Palhares. At 37 years old though, a loss here in UFC 88 odds could spell the end of any more feature fights for Henderson.

Gamblers that bet UFC 88 odds should know that Palhares is a submission specialist so his goal will be to get Henderson on the mat. That may not be easy considering Henderson has only been submitted three times in his career. Most experts believe that UFC 88 odds on Henderson are a bargain at 2-1. He is thought of as the best middleweight other than Anderson Silva and is a deserving favorite in UFC 88 odds over Palhares. On paper it looks like Henderson could be an excellent bet in UFC 88 odds.

In addition to this fight and the Liddell-Evans bout, there are eight other fights on the UFC 88 betting odds board. The three other fights on the main UFC 88 betting odds card are Rich Franklin vs. Matt Hamill, Karo Parisyan vs. Yoshiyuki Yoshida and Nate Marquardt vs. Martin Kampmann. Liddell, Franklin and Parisyan are more than 2-1 favorites in UFC 88 odds. The Marquardt vs. Kampmann bout is virtually a pick in UFC 88 odds. The five undercard bouts on the UFC 88 odds board have Tim Boetsch vs. Mike Patt, Roan Carneiro vs. Ryo Chonan, Thiago Tavares vs. Kurt Pellegrino, Matt Brown vs. Dong Hyun Kim and Jason McDonald vs. Jason Lambert.

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