Sean Sherk set for comeback at UFC 84 betting at SBG Global

December 2, 2010 UFC

UFC 84 betting will be full of very interesting story lines and great fighting action.

Many of the world’s top light heavy weight fighters will be competing in the UFC betting odds but no fighter’s performance will be as eagerly anticipated at the UFC 84 betting as disgraced former champ Sean “The Muscle Shark” Sherk. Sherk was stripped of his title in 2007 for testing positive for steroid use and his quest to reclaim the belt will one of the top storylines in the UFC 84 betting.

UFC 84 betting certainly have their choice of top bouts to choose from considering Tito Ortiz will on display as well as the fighting prowess of Wanderlei Silva and Keith Jardine, but there is little doubt that the Sherk vs. Penn match up will be the one that all the UFC betting odds are lining up to see. Penn, the newest holder of the light weight crown has only held the title for less than four months and UFC 84 betting will be his first chance to defend it. A very talented fighter, Penn will be no push over but Sherk must win this match as his UFC betting odds career could depend on it.

Sherk has been a popular and polarizing figure since before his suspension and no doubt he carries a legion of long time fans into the UFC 84 betting match up. An old school UFC betting odds fighter from the days when UFC fighters couldn’t earn enough to support their families Sherk actually had to quit UFC in order to go to work in the flooring business. But that was many years ago and he’ll enter the UFC 84 betting looking to resurrect his career.

UFC betting 84 betting will the most important match of Sherk’s career. At 34 years of age he’s no longer a spring chicken and may not have many more title bouts available if he comes up unsuccessful in the UFC 84 betting. However, with 31 wins and only two losses in his career there aren’t likely to be that many UFC 84 betting fans placing money against the Muscle Shark. This fight will likely be much more technical than many UFC 84 fans might expect and in the end we should see Sherk hoisting the belt once again.