MMA betting fans have been spoiled so far this year with one incredible UFC betting event after another and with just a few days left until the UFC 115 odds event gets underway the chain of spectacular UFC events looks as though it’s not going to be broken any time soon.
The past two UFC betting events (UFC 113, UFC 114 betting events) were incredibly hyped and long anticipated MMA odds matchups and what’s become a rare event in sports betting, not only lived up to the hype by far exceeded it.
There is no doubt that the UFC 115 odds event has a very tough act to follow after thriller between Ramage Jackson and Rashad Evans in the UFC 114 betting odds. Or the long anticipated light heavyweight title bout between Lyoto Machida and Mau Rua. And on paper the UFC 115 betting event won’t be able to match either of these UFC events in terms of talent on the main card and the undercard. Nor is there any long existing feuds that will be settled in the Octagon, nor has the anticipation been at the same levels for the UFC 115 betting event as it’s been for the past several UFC Main events.
But when the show finally gets underway this Saturday, June 12th, at the General Motors Palace in Vancouver, BC you can be sure that there will be just as much interest from the sports betting community as there has been for the other highly acclaimed UFC betting events so far this year.
MMA betting fans aren’t necessarily expecting a great match and they may not get one. But that doesn’t seem to be the point of the UFC 115 betting event. This night’s event is dedicated to one man and that man is former UFC betting champion and UFC Hall of Fame member Chuck Liddell.
This will likely be Liddell’s last UFC betting event and for certain his last UFC Main Event. He is 40 years old and has lost 4 of his last 5 bouts in the light heavyweight division.
But this isn’t about Liddell competing for a UFC title. It’s about giving the MMA betting fans one last chance to see one of the greats of the sport climb into the Octagon one last time before he bids farewell to the sport once and for all.