Special UFC Betting Event – Fight for the Troops at SBG Global

December 2, 2010 UFC

UFC betting takes on a little different meaning on Wednesday, December 10th as Spike TV is presenting a special Fight for the Troops event.

UFC Fight for the Troops will be held at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, NC and the televised card will start at 9:00 pm Eastern on Spike TV.

UFC betting on this special card will be highlighted by the bout between Josh Koscheck vs. Yoshiyuki Yoshida. There are a total of 10 bouts on the UFC Fight for the Troops card. Five of these bouts will be televised in UFC betting and five probably will not be.  The other four bouts on the UFC Fight for the Troops televised card are Mike Swick vs. Jonathan Goulet, Steve Cantwell vs. Razak Al-Hussan, Tim Credeur vs. Nate Loughran and Frank Edgar vs. Matt Wiman.

The five UFC betting bouts on the UFC Fight for the Troops preliminary card have Luigi Fioravanti vs. Brodie Farber, Steve Bruno vs. Johnny Rees, Ben Saunders vs. Brandon Wolff, Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt and Eddie Sanchez vs. Justin McCully.

UFC betting should be exciting on this special card that was put together to raise funds for building the National Intrepid Center of Excellence while will treat Armed Forces personnel who have had brain injuries. UFC betting information has it that thousands of soldiers from Fort Bragg will be in attendance for the UFC betting action.

UFC betting on this special card is highlighted by Koscheck taking on Yoshida.  Koscheck is 13-3 overall according to UFC betting stats and has won seven of his last nine decisions with the two losses coming to current champ George St. Pierre and just recently when he filled in and lost to Thiago Alves at UFC 90. Another key bout on this UFC betting card has Swick facing Goulet.  Swick has won seven of his last eight bouts according to UFC betting statistics. He will face fellow welterweight contender Goulet who recently won at UFC 83.

Take a look at all of the UFC betting odds for this exciting fight card that will benefit the U.S. Troops.

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