UFC 114 Betting Light Heavy Weight Winner Gets Shot at Rua

December 2, 2010 UFC

The upcoming UFC 114 betting will feature the fight of the year and if you’re an MMA betting fan and you’re not excited about this fight than there is something seriously wrong with you.

And as if the Main Event bout featuring former UFC betting light heavyweight champions Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Rashad Evans the winner of this colossal MMA wagering event will now also get a shot at the UFC light heavyweight title.

The UFC 114 odds action is going to be sick. From top to bottom the UFC 114 betting action is packed with top fighters and intriguing matchups. Forget for a moment about the Main Event in this MMA betting event, which is for all intents and purposes the most anticipated UFC betting fight of the year. The other fights on the main card alone are worth tuning in for with great fighters like Michael Bisbing, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira and others scheduled to fight in the UFC 114 betting action before Evans and Jackson enter the Octagon.

But of course, it’s the Evans vs Jackson matchup that is fueling this beast and fans of MMA betting simply can’t get enough of the UFC 114 odds online. And just when it seemed that that the Evans vs. Jackson matchup couldn’t get any more hype, UFC president Dana White confirmed what most UFC betting fans had expected, but stating that the winner of this UFC 114 betting matchup would get a shot at the title.

White recently confirmed that whoever wins the UFC 114 betting main event will get first shot at the newly crowned UFC betting light heavyweight champion Mauricio Rua. Rua had been hoping to make his first title defense against the aging Randy Couture but White said ‘no dice’.

And that guaranteed fight against the newly minted champ has made the UFC 114 betting odds even more enticing to the legion of MMA betting fans. This light heavyweight match now takes on even more significance in the sports betting world. But more than that, in terms of shear enjoyment, fans of MMA fighting are going to see one of the best fights of the year and certainly the most anticipated.

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