UFC Fight Night 67: Condit vs. Alves complete betting odds

“UFC Fight Night 67 takes place this Saturday, May 30, at Goiânia Arena in Goiânia, Brazil, and is headlined with a welterweight match-up between Jackson/Winkeljohn’s Carlos Condit and American Top Team’s Thiago Alves. Due to a knee injury he sustained in March 2014 in his fight with Tyron Woodley, number four ranked welterweight Carlos Condit (29-8) … Read more

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Prop Betting List

The Super Bowl of boxing takes place May 2 in Las Vegas between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. Not only are hardcore and casual boxing fans chomping at the bit for both pugilists to enter the ring, sportsbooks both in Las Vegas and throughout the internet are as well. Sportsbooks are expecting to write over … Read more

Pacquiao vs. Mayweather odds update: More than meets the eye

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Floyd Mayweather Jr? Probably his undefeated 47-0 record, or maybe a couple of choice expletives. But not far behind, there’s his almost preternatural defensive boxing ability. That tremendous ability is seen as a major advantage for Money in his upcoming matchup with Manny “Pacman” … Read more

UFC betting odds: Jon Jones opens as favorite over Anthony Johnson

According to UFCbetting.com UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones (21-1) has opened as a favorite over number one contender and power puncher Anthony “Rumble” Johnson (19-4). Given Jones’ body of work, that’s not really a surprise. OPENING ODDS: Jon Jones (-315) vs. Anthony Johnson (+245) A date and venue for the bout has not been announced … Read more

Fighters to watch following the Bellator 120 Pay-Per-View

Fans were not disappointed at Bellator MMA 120 event earlier this month when mixed martial arts professionals from around the world proved their worth in the cage. The event on May 17th set new records for some fighters, while others were left shaking off the embarrassment of losing out to the underdog. Spectators looking to … Read more

Video: Matt Serra spends the day with Chael Sonnen

Former UFC welterweight champ Matt Serra, without Coach Ray Longo in tow, travels to Oregon to spend time with the UFC’s number one middleweight contender, Chael Sonnen. Serra pays a visit to Sonnen’s crib and pizzeria, then it’s off to Team Quest training center where Chael is getting ready for his rematch with Anderson Silva at UFC 148.

“TUF 9 Finale” betting odds (with prop bets)

As they do for every UFC card and every other major MMA event, BetUS.com has all the fight lines for tonight’s “TUF 9 Finale.” What makes this particular card interesting, is BetUS is also providing a whole hand full of prop bets on the main event, Clay Guida vs. Diego Sanchez. Let’s jump right in…

Diego Sanchez -300 vs. Clay Guida +220

Sanchez is looked at as the favorite just as most of us here at PRO MMA (promma.info) agreed on in our staff picks. Of course it is possible Guida could pull off a decision but it is highly unlikely given Sanchez’s wrestling, stand up skills, focus, and the fact he has just come down to lightweight recently from spending most of his career at welterweight.

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Don’t sleep on Rogers – “Strikeforce: Lawler vs. Shields” betting odds

BetUS.com has provided the fight lines with the potential to win some decent money on Saturday’s Strikeforce card. The best line has to be with the Arlovski vs. Rogers fight. Arlovski is the more technical boxer but Rogers has a ton more power; not to mention his weight advantage and the situation with Arlovski’s less than brick jaw.

With the way the lines look on this card, the only other fight worth touching would be Diaz vs. Smith. BetUS.com is putting Diaz as the heavy favorite for good reason. Smith will offer nothing for Diaz he has not been faced with before. However, if you have some faith in Smith and the money to spare, it may be worth a small wager.

Robbie Lawler -125 vs Jake Shields -105
Andrei Arlovski -500 vs Brett Rogers +300
Nick Diaz -400 vs Scott Smith +250
Phil Baroni -110 vs Joe Riggs -120
Kevin Randleman -105 vs Mike Whitehead -125

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UFC 88: Breakthrough Betting Odds

by:  Jack Bratcher

If you are looking to make a few dollars on UFC 88: Breakthrough on Sept 6, 2008, there’s a few good picks that could prove beneficial if you have some money to play with.  To start, let’s take a look at the main event which features the return of the Iceman, Chuck Liddell, facing an undefeated Rashad Evans.

Chuck Liddell    -280
Rashad Evans    210

Even if you think Liddell will knock out Evans in round one and walk right through him, you are probably not going to want to put any money on Liddell.  On the contrary, if I had a hundred dollars to throw away I would put it on Rashad Evans and on this betting line from BetUS, one would make back a healthy $210.00.  And that is just the odds from that one site; other sites have Rashad an even bigger underdog.  Even though Chuck has a style that has historically posed problems for wrestlers, there are a few factors Rashad brings to the table which could make it a long night for the Iceman.  Do not count Rashad Evans out.  Training with someone who just beat Liddell his fight before last and also having a coach who helped put that winning gameplan together are two big reasons putting some money on Evans could fatten your wallet.

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