Found November 15, 2012 on
Hot off the press! The complete list of investment options for “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” have finally been released by the Gambling Gods.
As game time steadily approaches, it appears more bettors are starting to lay money on Carlos Condit (Pictured). “The Natural Born Killer” was initially a 2.5-to-1 underdog against Georges St-Pierre. The interim welterweight champ has now moved to +240.
GSP, on the other hand, held steady as a 3.5-to-1 odds-on favorite, but has now dipped slightly to -320.
It will be interesting to see if this trend continues as Saturday draws near.
UFC 154 takes place inside Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada.
Here are the complete wagering lines for Saturday (Courtesy of BetUS):
Besam Yousef +140
Matt Riddle -170
Steven Siler -105
Darren Elkins -125
Azamat Gashimov +250
Ivan Menjivar -350
Rodrigo Damm +210
Antonio Carvalho -280
Mark Bocek +130
Rafael dos Anjos -160
John Makdessi +175
Sam Stout -220
Cyrille Diabate -135
Chad Griggs +105
Alessio Sakara +210
Patrick Cote -280
Pablo Garza +220
Mark Hominick -300
Nick Ring +200
Constantinos Philippou -260
Tom Lawlor +200
Francis Carmont -260
Martin Kampmann +120
Johny Hendricks -150
Carlos Condit +240
Georges St-Pierre -320
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