Jackson vs. Griffin UFC 86 Odds at SBG Global

December 2, 2010 UFC

UFC 86 odds will be focused on the Light Heavyweight battle between Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Forrest Griffin.

UFC 86 odds have Jackson as about a 2.5 to 1 favorite. Both fighters are popular and UFC 86 betting should be heavy on the bout.  Let’s take a closer look at the Jackson vs. Griffin bout.

UFC 86 odds favor the champion Jackson for good reason. He recently pummeled former champ Chuck Liddell to win the title and then he defeated Pride champ Dan Henderson to unify the two belts. Jackson has a great appeal in UFC 86 odds because he is a powerful fighter that doesn’t waste any time. 

Forrest Griffin is also a popular choice in underdog UFC 86 odds. He was the first ever winner of Spike TV’s Ultimate Fighter. He defeated Stephan Bonnar and that victory propelled him into the UFC. Griffin has been ranked as high as #4 in the Light Heavyweight division.

UFC 86 betting for many gamblers involves taking their favorite fighter.  A better way to wager on UFC 86 odds is to analyze the different fighting styles of each fighter. Some styles will work better in UFC 86 betting than others.  Other factors to consider in addition to the style as you look at UFC 86 odds are past performances and condition. Injuries are always a concern in MMA fighting and they could play a part as you look at UFC 86 odds.

As you look at UFC 86 odds remember that they are money lines.  You just have to pick the winning fighter. There is no pointspread or anything else to worry about in UFC 86 betting. You may also see options on the Jackson –Griffin fight that include how long the fight will last and how it will end (knockout or submission.)  Money lines in UFC 86 odds have favorites and underdogs.  You risk more on the favorites and get more back on the underdog.  With Jackson you would risk $260 to win $100 while you would get +$220 for every $100 wagered on Griffin in UFC 86 odds.

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