If You Like English MMA than You’ll Love the UFC 120 Betting Action

December 2nd, 2010 UFC

Break out the tea and crumpets and God Save the Queen as MMA hops the pond to hold the UFC 120 betting action in Jolly Olde England.

In the past few years the UFC has done a tremendous job of expanding its world wide appeal by hosting events in foreign countries (and much further abroad than just Canada) and added a little spice to the process.

This will not be the first time that a UFC Main Even has been held in England but the UFC 120 odds competition will be the first time that Brits have dominated the lineup.

From start to finish the UFC 120 betting action is loaded with Limey’s and it should make for quite a spectacle in London.  MMA is huge in the UK and there are plenty of talented homegrown stars that should come out to shine on October 16th.

The headliner in the Main Event is none other than local boy Michael Bisbing, who has failed to break through to superstardom in the US but is huge in the UK.  Bisbing is a talented fighter in the middleweight class and is always on the fringe of title contenders.   With a career record of 19-3 he’s got the numbers to make him a legit contender but with losses in 2 of his past 4 fights against premier UFC competition it seems as though he might have reached his potential.

Matter not, this guy is one of England’s most famous son’s and he is beloved by the fans.  He will no doubt get a huge reception at the UFC 120 betting event and should score a big win over his Japanese opponent, Yoshiro Akiyama.

Other Brits headlining the UFC 120 betting Main Card include the talented trio of welterweights: Dan Hardy, John Hathaway and James Wilks.  Hardy is most well known of the fighters but all three will be on top of their game in front of the home crowd. 

On the Preliminary Card there’s also a host of English fighters including Rob Broughton, Paul Sass, Kurt Warburton and James McSweeney. 

So break out the Fish ‘n Chips and settle in for some great English fighting.

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