UFC 101 Declaration Fight Odds – Best Payouts

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Tyrone Black
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UFC 101 Declaration Betting Odds

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 between the online bookmakers.

BJ Penn had a line of -230 at SBG Global.  Penn will get plenty of action and this was the best price we could find across the board.  Bodog, for example, had BJ Penn at -290.  OUCH! 

Penn was going up against Kenny Florian.  The underdog featured payout odds just shy of 2/1 ($190 on a $100 bet at BetUS.com).

Bookmaker.com featured a line of -210 on favored Josh Neer in his bout against Kurt Pellegrino (paying $175 for every $100 bet at BetUS.com).

The other marquee fight of the night starred Anderson Silva vs. Forrest Griffin, and you know this one was going to be getting plenty of action.  The shortest UFC 101 Declaration fight odds we could find on Silva was at Bookmaker.com:  -320.  The best payout on Griffin would be handed out at SBG Global - $300 for every $100 bet.  You gotta love that potential. 

Last UFC event (UFC 100), only two underdogs won.  Let's take a look at some of the undercards and potential UFC 101 payouts.

Don Cramer would pay just shy of 2/1 odds at Sportsbook.com in his fight vs. Matt Riddle.

Amir Sadollah vs. Johnny Hendricks was even across the board. 

John Howard featured payout odds of +160 as did Kendall Grove.

Shane Nelson would pay around $130 for every $100 bet.  Jesse Lennox would pay $170 at Bookmaker.com .  Alessio Sakara promised one of the best payouts, also at Bookmaker.com - $300 for every $100 bet.

The best payout potential by far for UFC 101 Declaration would accompany a George Roop win vs. George Sotiropoulos.  Roop would pay out $350 for every $100 bet at BetUS.com.

Remember, you can bet as little as $10 on each of these fights.

Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com 

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