UFC 124 odds handicappers will also have a preliminary card of 6 matchups to make for an outstanding evening of UFC 124 betting action.
Canadian hero Georges St-Pierre will take on American Josh Koscheck for the welterweight championship at Bell Center in Montreal. St-Pierre is the defending welterweight champion as he looks to extend his 3-year reign.
St-Pierre opened as a prohibitive -450 favorite at Sports Gambling while Koscheck was a +325 choice with the UFC gambling odds. The bout will be on pay-per-view and is set to start at 11 PM ET. St-Pierre has a career record of 20-2 while Koscheck is 17-4.
There is one heavyweight bout on the main card as Sean McCorkle will take on Stefan Struve. Struve has a career record of 23-4 while McCorkle is a perfect 10-0.
Jim Miller will take on Charles Oliveira in one of two lightweight bouts on the main card. Miller has a career record of 18-2 while Oliveira is a perfect 14-0.
Also on the main card from the lightweight division is Joe Stevenson against Mac Danzig. Stevenson has a record of 36-11 while Danzig is 20-8-1.
There is also one additional welterweight bout on the main card with the UFC lines as Thiago Alves will take on John Howard. Alves has a record of 22-6 while Howard has a record of 14-5.
There are two lightweight bouts on the preliminary card as Mark Bocek will take on Dustin Hazelett and Pat Audinwood will matchup with John Makdessi.
The preliminary card also features two middleweight bouts as Jesse Bongfeldt will take on Rafael Natal and Joe Doerksen will matchup with Dan Miller.
The preliminary card also has 2 welterweight bouts on the card as Matt Riddle will matchup with Sean Pierson and TJ Grant will take on Ricardo Almeida.
Stevenson is one of the bigger names on the UFC 124 odds board as he was once a top contender in the lightweight division and is looking to get another shot at the title belt.
Stevenson was defeated by the legendary Penn for the lightweight championship in January of 2008 and has won 2 “Fight of the Night” awards since that bout.