UFC 120 betting excitement will be headlined by the middleweight bout between Michael Bisping and Yoshihiro Akiyama in what is a world class UFC online betting matchup.
Also on the main card will be a trio of welterweight bouts as Dan Hardy will take on Carlos Condit, John Hathaway will matchup with Mike Pyle, and James Wilks will do battle with Claude Patrick. There is one heavyweight bout on the main card as Cheick Kongo will fight Travis Browne.
As would be expected there will be plenty of home grown talent for the fans to cheer for as Bisping, Hardy, Hathaway, and Wilks are all Englishmen.
Michael “The Count” Bisping has a record of 20-3 while Yoshihiro Akiyama will enter action with a mark of 13-2. Sports Gambling.com opened with Bisping as a -220 favorite for the UFC 120 betting odds. Akiyama opened as a +180 dog.
Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy has a career record of 23-7 while Carlos “Natural Born Killer” Condit is 25-5 in his career. Sports-Gambling opened with Hardy as a -170 favorite and Condit as a +140 dog.
John “The Hitman” Hathaway has a career mark of a perfect 14-0 while Mike “Quicksand” Pyle will enter the bout with a record of 19-7-1. Sports-Gambling.com opened with Hathaway as a prohibitive chalk at -470 while Pyle is a big dog at +370.
James “Lightning” Wilks has a career record of 8-3 while Claude “The Prince” Patrick has a mark of 12-1 for his UFC career. Heavyweight Kongo has a career record of 25-6-1 while Browne has a mark of a perfect 10-0.
There was yet to be an opening line on these two fights but be sure and check Sports-Gambling.com for the latest UFC odds on these bouts.
There will also be a total of 6 preliminary bouts on the UFC 120 betting card.
Cyrille Diabate will take on Alexander Gustafsson in light heavyweight action, Rob Broughton will meet Vinicius Queiroz in a heavyweight bout, Steve Cantwell will matchup with Stanislav Nedkov in light heavyweight action, Paul Sass takes on Mark Holst in a lightweight fight, Spencer Fisher will go at it with Kurt Warburton in lightweight action, and James McSweeney will meet Tom Blackledge in a light heavyweight showdown.