Two of the powerful and scariest men on the planet will climb into the Octagon on July 3rd at the UFC 116 betting event. The house will be packed at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas as everyone with an interest in MMA fighting or the UFC odds action will be tuning in to see what happens when these two behemoths clash for three rounds of mayhem.
When UFC betting champ Brock Lesnar and UFC betting Interim Champ Shane Carwin battle for the belt the eyes of the sports betting world will be watching. And this kind of match is exactly what the UFC needs to raise its profile among non-traditional UFC betting fans.
The past few UFC Main Event betting contest in the run up to the UFC 116 betting competition have been loaded with talent but featured fighters not well known in the main stream sports betting community.
However, this UFC 116 betting match not only features a well known name in popular culture but it also features two giant men trying to beat each other to a pulp. Enough said.
The middleweight and the lightweight UFC betting divisions might be full of better fighting talent but what sports betting fans love most is huge men beating each other up. And for that reason alone this UFC 116 odds event will generate huge buzz among the sports betting public.
Breaking down this UFC odds matchup isn’t all that easy considering that there’s only one common opponent between these two fighters and Lesnar only has 5 MMA betting bouts in his sports betting career.
On paper these fighters are almost clones. Both have terrific wrestling backgrounds. Both have limited skills on their feet but tremendous knockout punching power. And both are highly athletic. And all of that means that this should not only be an even matchup but a very exciting one that is likely to end a knockout blow before the final bell rings.
Lesnar hasn’t fought in a UFC betting event for almost a year which is a handicap. But Carwin has never faced any fighter anywhere near Lesnar raw talent level.
Anyway you look at this upcoming UFC 116 betting event; it’s going to be a great show and hopefully a good fight.