The UFC has a big event coming up this weekend on Sunday March 27 from Newark New Jersey and Two World Titles will be on the line for the first time this year when the Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to the Prudential Center. So if you’re into UFC111 Betting and UFC111 odds check them out at SBGGlobal.com. The first title match is UFC 111 welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre vs. Dan Hardy. Also former two time heavyweight champion Frank Mir will try to make history when he goes against the number one contender Shane Carwin in a bout like the clash of the titans that will let the winner claim the interim UFC 111 championship belt.
In the St. Pierre vs. Hardy match, it is St. Pierre who has been unstoppable since regaining the title in 2008, and he intends on extending his reign and his six match winning streak against Dan Hardy the British Bomber, known as “The Outlaw” whom is unbeaten in the UFC and fresh off wins over Marcus Davis and Mike Swick. This match should lead to very interesting UFC 111 Betting and UFC 111 odds. So if you want to bet on UFC 111? You can do it with SBGGlobal.com.
This Ultimate Fighting Championship event organized by mixed martial arts will bring to ring six individual matches in the preliminary match card and another five matches to be held under the main match card. There will be the two main event matches in which both the UFC Welterweight and UFC Interim Heavyweight championships will be defended. The first co-main event matches former two-time Heavyweight Frank Mir and Shane Carwin and the other main event features the UFC welterweight Champ St. Pierre defending his title against Dan Hardy.
The last time Georges St-Pierre entered a fight where he was at least a 7-to-1 favorite, the welterweight champion found himself on the wrong end of the biggest upset in MMA history when Matt Serra stole his crown at UFC 69. After the humbling defeat, where GSP was an astonishing 16-to-1 favorite to retain his title, the 28-year-old morphed into the sport’s deadliest ground practitioner. St-Pierre has reeled-off six consecutive landslide victories en route to reclaiming his strap. Although Dan Hardy possesses the exact skill set required to upset MMA’s golden boy, odds makers feel his puncher’s chance isn’t worth more than a +450 betting line. Hardy owns a 23-6 record and will be riding a seven-fight win streak into his first ever title bout. However, in his four Octagon outings, only one of his victories ended in a finish while three of his wins were decided by the judges, two of which were via narrow split decision.
St-Pierre has been here before and is adamant about not having to relive his worst nightmare. Hardy, on the other hand, will do everything he can to make sure it’s déjà vu all over again for the planet’s baddest welterweight. This Matchup proves to be very interesting and should make for interesting line movements for the UFC 111 Betting and UFC 111 odds that you can see at SBGGlobal.com and you may also want to See Video @ Sports Media Network, Happy Wagering!