UFC 116 Betting Undercard Packed with Action

December 2nd, 2010 UFC

If you’re looking into taking part in the UFC 116 betting, no doubt the Main Event featuring two of the largest, scariest men on the planet (Brock Lesnar vs. Shane Carwin) has caught your attention.

But if you dig just bit deeper and scan over the other fights featured in the UFC 116 odds competition you’ll see that this MMA betting event is loaded with great bouts.

The UFC 116 betting Main Card is, as usual, loaded with top UFC betting talent.  But too often sports betting fans look only at the top card of the UFC betting events and completely overlook the preliminary card.  And that would be a mistake because the UFC 116 odds event is loaded with up and coming fighters and the UFC betting stars of tomorrow.

While the UFC 116 betting event might seem a little light on the total number of fights, rest assured, it’s not light on talent.  There may only be five UFC betting bouts scheduled on the preliminary card but they are five action-packed bouts that should please even the most discerning MMA betting fan.

In the light heavyweight division Americans Seth Petruzelli and Ricardo Romero will go head to head in the UFC 116 odds competition.  The middleweight class will be represented by two more Americans: Gerald Harris and Dave Branch.  The other non-televised prelim bout in the UFC 116 betting action features American heavyweight Jon Madsen and Czech heavyweight Karlos “the Terminator” Vemola.

And as if that isn’t enough to whet the appetites of MMA betting fans the top two matchups of the UFC 116 betting event will be televised on SpikeTV and available to any UFC betting fan with basic cable.

The first of the two SpikeTV bouts will feature American heavyweights Brendan Schaub and Chris Tuchscherer.  The winner of this match could, in the not too distant future, face the winner of the UFC 116 betting main event.

The second of the SpikeTV bouts is a middleweight showdown between American Kendall Grove and Croatian Goran Reljic.  Both of these men are on the cusp of becoming legitimate title contenders in the middleweight division and a win here would huge for either of their UFC betting careers.

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