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Silva, Rousey, Barnett Favorites to Win at UFC 168 According to Betting Odds


Once again, the gambling gods of the mixed martial arts realm have spoken.

The odds for UFC 168 are in, and they’re not that surprising.

Main Card (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

Anderson Silva (-165)
Chris Weidman (+135)

Ronda Rousey (-800)
Miesha Tate (+550)

Josh Barnett (-200)
Travis Browne (+160)

Jim Miller (-400)
Fabricio Camoes (+300)

Dustin Poirier (-220)
Diego Brandao (+180)

Prelim Card  (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)

Uriah Hall (-325)
Chris Leben (+250)

Gleison Tibau (-155)
Michael Johnson (+125)

Dennis Siver (-260)
Manny Gamburyan (+200)

Siyar Bahadurzada (-150)
John Howard (+120)

Prelim Card  (Online, 7 p.m. ET)

Bobby Voelker (-175)
William Macario (+145)

Robert Peralta (-200)
Estevan Payan (+160)

Apparently Weidman didn’t do enough to convince the naysayers that he’s better than Anderson Silva, because the Brazilian is still favored to win in their rematch. Weidman will have to prove to the world that his UFC 162 victory over the legend was not a fluke.

It’s not surprising that Rousey is the favorite in her rematch against bitter rival and fellow TUF coach Miesha Tate. Not only is Rousey undefeated, but all of her victories have come by first round submission. You can call that impressive to say the least. No opponents have thus far been able to expose any holes in her game. If Tate wins, she’ll be the first person ever to snatch the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship from her.

MMA veteran Josh Barnet will look to move up the UFC heavyweight ladder as he takes on a giant of a man, Travis Browne. Browne is big, strong, athletic, and has raw talent, but he lacks experience. That’s probably why the odds favor Barnett; he’s been in the fight game for quite some time. In addition to his years of experience, “The Warmaster” is arguably the most technical fighter in the heavyweight division, and most gamblers feel like that’ll give him a significant advantage over his larger opponent.

UFC 168 will take place on December 28th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Steve Sohanaki
Steve became interested in combat sports when he joined his high school’s wrestling team as freshman. His experience as a wrestler sparked his interest in mixed martial arts when he recognized the compatibility between the two sports. From there, he continued to wrestle all throughout college until he earned his bachelor’s degree in history. Steve’s interests in combat sports center mostly around grappling, but he’s also interested in the history of the sport and where it’s headed in the future.