UFC 130 Fight Odds

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
May/28/2011
UFC 130 Fight Odds

UFC 130 fight odds had Quinton “Rampage” Jackson as the -260 favorite vs. Matt Hamill at +200 or 2/1 odds.

"It's been awhile since I've knocked anybody out," Jackson said. "You guys know I want to put on a show."

Hamill has been stopped only once in his UFC career.  That was a TKO loss to Rich Franklin in September 2008.

This makes him a terrific value at 2/1.

"I've probably been the underdog for the last five fights," Hamill said on Wednesday. "I love to be the underdog."

"I think Matt made a mistake when he actually said that he's going to break my will and that I'm going to overlook him," Jackson said. "It actually lit a fire up under my ass and made me try a little bit harder just so I can break his will – so I can make sure I outclass him. That's why I worked a lot on my wrestling, a lot extra on my cardio and extra on getting up off my back just in case he does take me down."

 

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Thiago Alves was a -260 favorite against Rick Storey at +170 odds

If you want to be the best, you’ve got to fight the best, but I feel flattered in a way that I know he wants to become the champion one day. He wants to fight the best competition out there,” Alves told MMAWeekly Radio.

Story has gone 5-1 in the UFC and recently called Alves out. 

“But in the same way there’s a little bitter taste in my mouth. Like is this kid for real? He wants to fight me, calling me out like that? Be careful what you wish for. I’m training like a maniac, I’m training like I’ve never trained before. He’s going to get the best Thiago Alves ever, so I hope he’s training his ass off.”

Elsewhere, Frank Mir was a -135 favorite vs. Roy Nelson at near even odds.

Brian Stann was at -145 vs. Jorge Santiago at +115.

Stefan  Struve was around even odds compared to Travis Brown at -150.

Demetrious Johnson and Miguel Torres were fighting near even odds.

Michael McDonald was a significant -400 favorite vs. Chris Caralso at +255.

Renan Barao was a -360 favorite vs. Cole Escovedo at +260.

Kendall Grove came in at -160.  Tim Boetsch was at even odds.

Gleison Tibau was at -350 vs.  Refaello Oliveira at +250.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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