The long awaited UFC 114 betting action is about to get underway.
Arguably the hyped and most anticipated MMA betting event of the entire year, the UFC 114 odds event should go down as one of the best in recent memory with top names and top fights scheduled on this fight card. With just two days left before the start of the UFC 114 betting action there is still time to brush up on the participants in this UFC betting extravaganza and check out the online betting odds.
Obviously, match that online betting fans are tuning into and wagering on in the UFC 114 betting odds is the Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs Rashad Evans fight. Everyone and their brother has been salivating for this MMA event and it’s a wonder that it’s taken so long to get these two former UFC betting champs in octagon together. But with Jackson’s busy filming schedule and health issues involved it apparently wasn’t that easy to get these two past champions together until the UFC 114 betting event.
The UFC 114 odds have been one of the most checked set of MMA betting lines in a long time. There is no doubt that the UFC 114 betting main event has a chance to reshape not only the entire light-heavyweight division but also the face of UFC betting for months and years to come.
The winner of the UFC 114 betting main event automatically wins a shot at the current light heavyweight title holder, Mau Rua. That means that the winner of this much-hyped and much-anticipated UFC betting event could very well be the next UFC light heavyweight champion.
It’s difficult to try and handicap this MMA betting event as both fighters are so skilled. What’s more, after spending a year outside the octagon without a single UFC betting event it’s difficult to get a good read on Jackson’s current fighting skills. Evans has been active in the past year but also suffered a KO defeat to former UFC betting light heavyweight champ Lyota Machida, who just lost to Rua in the UFC 113 betting main event.
But however, difficult it might be to pick the winner in this UFC betting event, one thing is for certain: this should be one helluva fight.