UFC 110 Betting on Saturday February 20, 2010

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UFC 110 betting is featured from Sydney, Australia on Sunday with ten bouts on the card.

The big one is UFC 110 odds has Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira facing Cain Velasquez. It will be the first time that the UFC has ever held an event in Australia and a sell out crowd will be in attendance.

UFC 110 betting should be as good as ever with a number of great fights on the card. The battle between Nogueira and Velasquez has the potential to be the best one on the card and the UFC 110 odds have this fight as a pick. "I’m still in the game; I got to train more than ever. I’ve been fighting for 11 years, I have a lot of passion for what I do.” Nogueira said, “I’ve been improving a lot. I feel very motivated. I got a very good conditioning coach. I improve about everything." Velasquez is well respected by those making a UFC 110 bet. Whether he can get by the veteran Nogueira is the question. "Nogueira is definitely the toughest task that I’ve had to face. I’ve watched a lot of his tapes and his films, a lot of his fights.” Velasquez said, “I know that he has a lot of experience and he’s always dangerous when he fights."

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The main card also includes Michael Bisping against Wanderlei Silva. UFC 110 betting has Silva as about a -145 favorite. Bisping comes into the fight at 18-2 with his two losses coming to Rashad Evans and Dan Henderson. Bisping doesn’t think too much of Silva’s skills. “One thing England isn’t short of is a lot of brawlers. To be honest, in some respects, he isn’t the most difficult guy to prepare for.” Bisping said, “There is a striking element and looping punches and outside of that there isn’t much else. We have lots of guys to replicate that style. Wanderlei is a strong puncher but I am planning to meet him toe-to-toe.”

Unlike UFC 109, most of the UFC 110 odds are very close. The only big favorite on the main card is Joe Stevenson who is a 3-1 choice against George Sotiropoulos. The other two bouts are nearly a pick as Keith Jardine battles Ryan Bader and Mirko Filipovic takes on Ben Rothwell. Bader and Filipovic are actually slight favorites in UFC 110 odds, but only at -150.

There are five fights on the preliminary card for those that bet on UFC 110. It will be James Te-Huna facing Igor Pokrajac, Elvis Sinosic vs. Chris Haseman, Chris Lytle against Brian Foster, Stephan Bonnar vs. Krzysztof Soszynski and C.B. Dollaway vs. Goran Reljic.