Found November 21, 2012 on
Although the fantasy fight between UFC middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) and welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre is nowhere close to becoming fact, that hasn’t stopped the Gambling Gods from dropping their two cents on the subject.
If the blockbuster bout comes to fruition, the powers that be have dubbed Silva a slight -160 odds-on favorite to snap GSP’s 10-fight winning streak.
St-Pierre, on the other hand, checks in just behind as a -150 underdog against the most decorate 185-pounder in Octagon history.
When/if the mixed martial arts icons do battle, it is believed they will collide in a catchweight contest – likely at 177 or 178 pounds.
Here are the early lines for the fantasy fight (Courtesy of Bovada.lv):
Favorite (-) Underdog (+)
Anderson Silva -160
Georges St-Pierre +150
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