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Betting Preview: Bellator 37 Odds

This week the Bellator Fighting Championships will get their 2011 Featherweight tournament underway with eight fighters vying to earn a title fight with Bellator Featherweight champion Joe Warren later in the year. The undercard will feature four local talent fights from the Oklahoma area.

 
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Bellator 36 Betting Results

The quarterfinal round of the 2011 Bellator Lightweight tournament went down on Saturday night, and now it’s down to four fighters trying to earn their shot at Eddie Alvarez’s Bellator Lightweight title. Advancing to the semis were Patricky Freire, Toby Imada, Lloyd Woodard, and Michael Chandler.

 
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Betting Preview: Bellator 36 Odds

The Bellator Fighting Championships will have a full slate of Lightweight quarterfinal matchups for Bellator 36 in Shreveport this Saturday. It will be the second event for Bellator on MTV2 and, like the first one, it will showcase fights from one of its 2011 tournaments. This time it will be the Lightweights' turn to shine, with the eventual winner earning the next shot at Eddie Alvarez’s strap.

 
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Betting Preview: UFC 128

If you’re a fight fan you knew the first time you saw Jon Jones that he was something special. In what seems like no time at all he’s suddenly fighting for what will likely be his first of numerous world titles, and bookmakers have faith that he will be the real deal for some time to come.

 
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Henderson vs Cavalcante Betting Results

Dan Henderson has been chasing a world title ever since the Pride Fighting Championships were bought out by the UFC back in March 2007. After four years and three failed title shots “Hendo” had one more chance to put a strap around his waist at Strikeforce Columbus.

All he had to do was beat Rafael Cavalcante and take away his Strikeforce Light Heavyweight championship.

 
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UFC Live 3 Betting Results

Diego Sanchez’s nightmare is over, and now the dream begins. With UFC relevance on the line for Sanchez at UFC Live 3, the former Ultimate Fighter winner put on a heroic display of heart against Martin Kampmann to get a unanimous decision victory and pay out underdog odds of +130.

The fight didn’t start out so well for Sanchez, who endured many blows to the face in the first round. But his pace eventually slowed down Kampmann enough to win the last two rounds of the fight. Sanchez continued to move forward regardless of the shots he was taking and beat his opponent with sheer will.

 
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Betting Preview: UFC on Versus

Diego Sanchez is hoping that changing his name from “The Nightmare” to “The Dream” will turn around a fighting career that has gone 5-4 over the last four years. He will have his work cut out for him against one of the nastiest Welterweights in the UFC in Marvin “Hitman” Kampmann.

 
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UFC 127 Betting Results

Jon Fitch and B.J. Penn walked into the Octagon in Sydney, Australia on Saturday night with something to prove, and both walked out 15 minutes later without proving anything. The two top-ranked Welterweights fought to a majority draw after three tough rounds that left the crowd Down Under, and across the globe, wanting more. With the draw result the books were the big winners in this fight as all moneyline bets were losers.

 
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