UFC 100 odds and betting lines

Odds are out for one of the most anticipated UFC events in recent years. This card not only features six of the UFC biggest names but includes a very impressive under card, with the likes of Mark Coleman and Stephan Bonnar set to kick things off. The main card will feature two title fights (Welterweight and Heavyweight) and a bout between the coaches of The Ultimate Fighter 9: United States vs. United Kingdom. The action is just days away, here are the latest UFC 100 odds as they stand at the time of posting.

All odds and betting lines thanks to our good friends at Sportsbook.com. As always the check the official sportsbook website, for the most update lines.

UFC 100 Betting Lines
July 11, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada

Brock Lesnar -215
Frank Mir +180

Georges St-Pierre -285
Thiago Alves +250

Dan Henderson -220
Michael Bisping +185

Alan Belcher +245
Yoshihiro Akiyama -290

Mark Coleman +290
Stephan Bonnar -350

Jake O Brien +345
Jon Jones -430

Jon Fitch -410
Paulo Thiago +330

Jim Miller -175
Mac Danzig +155

On a completely different note, is it just me or has the UFC commentary been lacking as of late. I like Joe Rogan, he seems like a nice guy but my fondness for his “special comments” (and comedy too but that's another story) has waned. I think it all started around the Pride acquisition and culminated at UFC 79 at Lyoto Machida vs. Sokoudjou, when Joe Silva made the this isn’t Japan comment, insinuating that Soku's competition was easier in Japan and Rogan agreeing with him. He has came off a UFC company man ever since.

Mike Goldberg is just horrific. MMA commentating lacks the professionalism of the NBA, NFL etc, and is one of the few things that annoy me about MMA right now. I could tolerate it a few years ago when it was still a fringe sport but now its starting to bug me.

UFC 100 is the UFC biggest and most important card this year. Six huge names and arguably the new face of the UFC, Brock Lesnar, headline this epic card. Its one not to be missed. If you have friends or family that have yet to watch an MMA event, make sure they catch this card on PPV. For the betting inclined, i recommend heading over to Sportsbook and opening an account.

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