UFC 86 Betting Focus at SBG Global

December 2nd, 2010 UFC

UFC 86 betting will be focused around the Light Heavyweight battle between Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Forrest Griffin, the winner of the first ever Ultimate Fighter.

UFC 86 betting will be exciting for the card on Saturday, July 5, in Las Vegas. UFC 86 odds focus on Jackson vs. Griffin but other bouts could prove to be just as exciting. UFC 86 betting has Jackson about a 2.5-1 favorite over Griffin. Jackson is the deserving favorite as he won the Light Heavyweight title by defeating Chuck Liddell. 

He also defeated Pride champion Dan Henderson and the belts became unified. UFC 86 betting shows that Jackson has a record of 28-6 and made history by becoming the first fighter to unify the Pride and UFC belts. Jackson is popular in UFC 86 betting due to his strength, power slams and impressive strikes. Jackson looks to defend his title by defeating Forrest Griffin in UFC 86 betting. "I think this fight with Forrest will be a great fight, we both like to please the crowd and we both have the same agenda, we both want to win this fight," said Jackson.

UFC betting facts show that Griffin has a record of 15-4. He has an aggressive style and was the first winner of the Ultimate Fighter in April of 2005. Griffin had a big win when he took out Mauricio "Shogun" Rua. He now looks to take out Jackson but is the underdog in UFC 86 odds. "I’m really excited to be fighting for the title – if I win, I get to walk out to the Octagon second – I hate walking out first," said Griffin.

UFC 86 betting involves more than the UFC 86 odds on Jackson vs. Griffin. There are also UFC betting odds on Patrick Cote vs. Ricardo Almeida. UFC 86 betting is available on Joe Stevenson vs. Gleison Tibau. UFC 86 odds have Josh Koscheck favored vs. Chris Lytle. UFC 86 betting odds have Tyson Griffin favored vs. Marcus Aurelio in addition to other exciting UFC 86 betting odds.

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