UCF 115 Betting Two Weeks Away

December 2, 2010 UFC

For all you hard-core MMA betting fans that just can’t get enough of the UFC betting action, take heart, the UFC 115 betting odds action is just two weeks away.

Normally UFC betting fans have to wait a month or longer before UFC Main Events but the scheduling between the UFC 114 betting action and the UFC 115 odds action is just perfect for MMA betting junkies.

While the UFC 115 betting action might lack a bit of the overall star power that UFC 114 betting action had, you can hardly find a bigger star in UFC betting history than the UFC 115 odds headliner: Chuck Liddell.

Liddell is one of the finest fighters in UFC betting history and fans are lucky to catch him action again as his fights are growing rarer and rarer and the sunset of his career begins.  This could be the last chance for UFC betting fans to catch this MMA legend in a UFC Main Event bout before he retires.

But Liddell is hardly the only big name fighter in the UFC 115 odds action and he’ll certainly have his hands full with his competitor in the Main Event: Rich Franklin.  Franklin is an extremely accomplished MMA betting fighter and a former UFC betting middle-weight champion.  With two such accomplished fighters the UFC Main Event in the UFC 115 betting action the result should be an epic battle.

There are plenty of other top names and intriguing matchups on the card as well.  In one of the other UFC 115 odds match ups superstar welterweight Paulo Tiago of Brazil will take on Martin Kampmann in what seems on paper to be an excellent matchup.  In the other welter weight matchup on the Main Card Carlos Condit will take-on Canadien Rory MacDonald with both fighters getting a chance to show the MMA betting community their skills on a major stage.

Rounding out the Main Card action in the UFC 115 betting action are two heavyweight bouts.  The first fight is features Mirko Filipovic and Patrick Barry, to giants looking to break through in the UFC betting world and the second features American Ben Rothwell vs Frenchman Gilbert Yvel.

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