December 2, 2010 UFC

The hype of the UFC 114 betting event cannot get any bigger and the calendar pages cannot turn quick enough.

Fans of MMA betting have been waiting months for this UFC Main Event betting competition and you can be sure the there will be tens of thousands very interested sports fans playing the UFC 114 odds action.

In fact, all hyperbole aside, the UFC 114 betting event could very well be the most anticipated MMA betting event of the year.  With two superb fighters featured in the main event and an undercard that is loaded with talent there really isn’t anything not to like about the upcoming UFC 114 odds action.  It’s got it all: great fighting, great back stories, big names, new comers and you can be sure that the Las Vegas sports betting hype machine will also be in full swing.

That’s right, the UFC 114 betting event will be held in Las Vegas the perfect spot for a sports betting event of this magnitude.  The MGM Grand Garden Arena, home so many other huge sports betting events, could be the only venue for such a hyped up MMA betting event and the only thing left for sports wagering fans to ask is: Can it get any better than this?

Rampage Jackson and Rashad Evans both have point to make in the UFC 114 betting main event and both desperately need to win this battle in the Octagon if they want to grab the Light Heavyweight title any time soon.  And now that the Light Heavy title has changed hands yet again after the UFC 113 betting even there will be even more focus on this UFC 114 betting main event as the winner of this May 29th event will most likely be the first challenger to take on new champ Mauricio Rua.  Rua surprisingly dispatched Machida in the first round of this MMA betting title fight and sent a very loud message to Jackson and Evans with the decisive UFC betting victory.

But top shelf UFC betting action is hardly limited to the UFC 114 Main Event action as there’s a great middle weight matchup between Michael Bisbing and Dan Miller and also a very intriguing Welterweight bout between Diego Sanchez and John Hathaway.