UFC 137 finally has arrived. The fights are an array of unevenly matched fights, and a few that offer great value, not to mention the main card which has been drawing intrigue since Diaz announced he would stick his career out in the UFC. All betting odds are taken from Bodog.
The UFC is back after a short two-week hiatus. Chuck Liddell and Rich Franklin will face off in the main even Saturday. Liddell was originally supposed to fight Tito Ortiz III, as the organi-zation was trying to stick with the theme of matching up fighters that coached opposing teams on The Ultimate Fighter show.
It seems like there is a UFC card every weekend these days. This weekend is no exception, as UFC 86 comes to us live via pay-per-view from the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This is definitely a card for the avid fans and not the casual ones. Several of the fights have the potential to be very interesting, but none have the wide, exciting appeal of recent main events. The main event here has the look of a bit of a mismatch, and the two fighters like each other too much for it to be truly riveting. There are a few intriguing betting possibilities on the card, though. Here’s a quick look, with odds from 5Dimes.
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