Prelim card for UFC 84 betting is stacked at SBG Global

December 2nd, 2010 UFC

UFC 84 betting fans cannot wait for May 24th to get here. Most UFC betting fans are going nuts in anticipation for the headline bout and title match between BJ Penn and Sean Sherk.

But there is plenty of other great UFC betting action at UFC 84 betting and some of the best UFC 84 betting opportunities might actually come on the loaded preliminary card. UFC 84 fans are going to be treated to a great show on the main card, but with such a stacked under card the UFC betting fans are getting great shows for the price of one.

While everyone knows about the UFC 84 betting main card bouts like the Penn vs. Sherk showdown and the Ortiz vs. Machida clash, not all that many UFC 84 betting fans are aware of just how good the under card is.

The title billing on the UFC 84 betting undercard event features an international lineup. Light heavyweights Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou and Kazuhiro Nakamura will square off in an UFC betting contest that could see the winner challenging the winner of the UFC 84 betting title belt some day. Lyoto Machida has been responsible for both the Japanese and Cameroonians latest defeats and both men will be looking to get back on a winning path at the UFC 84 betting.

Another compelling under card match up at the UFC 84 betting will be the Robert Emerson vs. Terry Etim in the only light weight match at the UFC 84 betting. Neither fighter is likely to make the UFC betting hall of fame but these two light weights are scrappy and total livewires. We should see plenty of action, and punches, when these two wild cats take the ring at the UFC 84 betting event.

One last match up that people may want to check out when the UFC 84 betting finally rolls around is the heavyweight showdown on the UFC 84 betting under card. Two unknowns, Christian Wellisch and Shane Carwin will square off in the only heavyweight showdown at the UFC 84 betting. Not much is known about either man but one of them could win the UFC betting and go on to shake things up in a relatively dormant UFC betting division.

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