Think you know who is going to win season ten of The Ultimate Fighter, currently airing on Spike TV? If you want to put your money where your mouth is, you can lay down a wager over at BetUS.com, as they have the money lines on each of the fighters who could potentially become The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights winner. Here are the TUF 10 betting odds…
BROOMFIELD, Colo. – This Sunday night, March 21, the UFC will makes its network debut on the Versus cable channel with “UFC Live: Vera vs Jones”, live MMA action from the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colo. Headlining the event will be a light heavyweight match-up between two of the most dynamic strikers in the sport; Jon … Read more
This Saturday night, Nov. 7, 2009, one of the most significant events in MMA history will take place on prime time network television. For the first time ever, Fedor Emelianenko will step inside the Strikeforce cage to put his skills on display for the entire world to see as he takes on the enormous Brett “The Grim” Rogers LIVE on CBS.
This time more than ever, the American public will be introduced to what true high level mixed martial arts is all about. There’s no fifty dollar pay-per-view, no 21-and-over sports bar to get into, “Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers” will by available on free public television. It really is a dream come true for the fans, the athletes, and the sport.
Strikeforce (along with M-1 Global) has put together one hell of a card, and ProMMA.info will be there ring side providing live play-by-play commentary. We will be in Fresno for the Strikeforce Challengers event on Nov. 6 as well, so stick with us this week, it’s going to be a big one!
“UFC 104: Machida vs. Rua” takes place this Saturday night, Oct. 24, 2009, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. The main card airs live on pay-per-view, and a minimum of two preliminary bouts will air live on Spike TV.
Below we have listed the betting odds courtesy of BetUS.com.
Lyoto Machida -450 vs. Mauricio Rua +325
Cain Velasquez -300 vs. Ben Rothwell +220
Pat Barry -105 vs. Antoni Hardonk -125
Yushin Okami -250 vs. Chael Sonnen +185
Joe Stevenson -220 vs. Spencer Fisher +175
Ryan Bader -500 vs. Eric Schafer +350
This Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, 2009, UFC “Fight Night 19” takes place at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Okla. The main card, headlined by a lightweight showdown between Nate Diaz and Melvin Guillard , will air on Spike TV beginning at 7 p.m. CT/8 p.m. ET and PT.
According to the BetUS.com odds-makers Diaz is being looked at as the favorite. Although he has gone 5-2 since signing with the UFC, Diaz has dropped his last two bouts. He lost a hard fought split decision against Clay Guida at UFC 94 in January and lost a one-sided unanimous decision domination to Joe Stevenson at the TUF 9 Finale in June.
Here are the fight lines for “UFC 102: Couture vs. Nogueira” scheduled for this Saturday, Aug. 29, 2009 as determined by BetUs.com. Couture is favored to win his main event showdown with “Minotauro” Nogueira and Marquardt is favored over Maia.
Randy Couture -180 vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira +150
Nate Marquardt -160 vs. Demian Maia +130
Keith Jardine -145 vs. Thiago Silva +115
Ed Herman -150 vs. Aaron Simpson +120
Chris Leben -155 vs. Jake Rosholt +125
Gabriel Gonzaga -350 vs. Chris Tuchscherer +250
Krzysztof Soszynski +140 vs. Brandon Vera -170
Justin McCully +200 vs. Mike Russo -260
Tim Hague +125 vs. Todd Duffee -155
Nick Catone +155 vs.Mark Munoz -190
BetUS.com, an official sponsor of PRO MMA (promma.info) has the fight lines on all the fights. If you want to go ahead and try your luck and place a bet, feel free, or play it safe, and wait until we release our official “PRO MMA staff picks” here in a day or two.
Here is what we are looking at for UFC 101:
BJ Penn -230 vs. Kenny Florian +180
Anderson Silva -350 vs. Forrest Griffin +250
Kendall Grove +135 vs. Ricardo Almeida -165
Josh Neer -220 vs. Kurt Pellegrino +175
Amir Sadollah -130 vs. Johny Hendricks Ev
Thales Leites -350 vs. Alessio Sakara +250
Shane Nelson +130 vs. Aaron Riley -160
Tamdan McCrory -200 vs. John Howard +160
Matthew Riddle -165 vs. Dan Cramer +135
Jesse Lennox +165 vs. Danillo Villefort -210
Sportsbook.com has actually released odds in anticipation of a future match-up between UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar and WAMMA Heavyweight Champion Fedor Emelianenko. The odds have Lesnar as the under dog: Brock Lesnar +190 vs. Fedor Emelianenko -240
Even though Fedor is signed to a contract with Affliction Entertainment, UFC President Dana White made a comment at the UFC 100 post-fight press conference that the UFC would eventually sign Fedor and put together the Lesnar vs. Emelianenko match-up.
“Eventually, Fedor’s going to be here. I want Fedor. I want him to come to the UFC.,” White stated. “This guy (Brock Lesnar) just won the heavyweight title, and we’ll end up getting that deal done. And then we’ll do Brock vs. Fedor, and it’ll be a huge fight,” he added.
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.