UFC betting on Wednesday, December 10th has Josh Koscheck in the spotlight as he faces Yoshiyuki Yoshida.
That bout is one of ten on the UFC Fight for the Troops card. This special UFC betting event will be held in Fayetteville, North Carolina and will be televised on Spike TV beginning at 9:00 pm Eastern.
UFC betting will be popular on Koscheck who has won seven of his last nine decisions, only losing to welterweight champ Georges St. Pierre in a three-round decision last August and as a last minute replacement to Thiago Alves in UFC 90. With a win here at UFC Fight for the Troops it is possible that Koscheck will set himself up for a rematch with St. Pierre in UFC betting. He will have to get by Yoshida first though. Yoshida has won nine fights in a row including his debut last May at UFC 84.
Another bout on the UFC betting card that will be televised has Mike Swick battling the hard kicking Jonathan Goulet. Also popular on the UFC Fight for the Troops card will be the battle between Matt Wiman and Frankie Edgar. Wiman was the star of Ultimate Fighter Season 5 and he is coming off an impressive UFC betting win over Thiago Tavares at UFC 85. Edgar is no easy mark though in this UFC betting bout as he just defeated Hermes Franca in July. The other two bouts on the main UFC betting card have Tim Credeur vs. Nate Loughran and Steve Cantwell vs. Razak Al-Hussan.
The undercard on the UFC betting card has Luigi Fioravanti vs. Brodie Farber, Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt, Steve Bruno vs. Johnny Rees, Ben Saunders vs. Brandon Wolff and Eddie Sanchez vs. Justin McCully.
It is nice that Spike TV has decided to show this great UFC Fight for the Troops card. Instead of being on pay-per-view, UFC betting gamblers can watch a lot of great action for free on Spike TV. Take a look at all of the UFC betting odds for each of the ten bouts and get ready to make your wagers.
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