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UFC 101 Odds
The folks at BetUS.com are going out on a limb predicting that Kenny Florian wins his bout against BJ Penn in a UFC 101 Saturday night upset.
The American mixed martial artist with a background in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai comes into this one as a smaller underdog than Forrest Griffin (3/1 odds fighting Anderson Silva) but with decent payout potential. Florian would pay almost $2 for every $1 bet or $190 for every $100 bet if he wins his UFC 101 bout.
He may be the underdog but Forrest Griffin is getting more betting action than his heavily favored opponent, Anderson Silva. A Griffin win would result in one of the biggest payouts for UFC 101:
As always, Gambling911.com takes a look at the best possible payout odds when it comes to UFC events. With Saturday night's UFC 101 Declaration, we find some terrific value and huge variances bet
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In speaking with bookmakers down in Costa Rica last week we learned that the UFC really doesn't attract enough volume to make any serious impact as far as betting goes.
"It just hasn't really caught on compared to some of the big boxing matches like when Manny Pacquiao is fighting," one bookmaker said. Then he followed up with his: "UFC 100 was actually pretty good though."
Indeed, UFC 100 attracted a rather sizable number of bettors compared to nearly all other previous UFC or Mixed Martial Arts events.
If you are residing in Columbus, Ohio either as a resident or while attending college at the University of Ohio, you are bound to run into the local bookie.