A featherweight superfight between champion Jose Aldo (Pictured) and Frankie Edgar headlined Saturday’s UFC 156 pay-per-view broadcast.
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Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada hosted tonight’s festivities.
Favorite (-) Underdog (+)
Frank Edgar +175
Jose Aldo -220
Here is the play-by-play...
Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will be the most bet on sporting event of the year. However, that doesn’t mean tomorrow’s big game is the only action available this weekend.
UFC 156 goes down tonight in Las Vegas and there are plenty of investment options available. The show features a featherweight scrap between champion Jose Aldo...
Breaking News: Frankie Edgar (Pictured) is entering a UFC title fight and he’s the underdog. OK, so maybe that’s not groundbreaking information.
The former lightweight champ challenges reigning featherweight king Jose Aldo for his crown this Saturday at UFC 156. The scrap marks the most anticipated 145-pound affair in MMA history.
Edgar is pegged as a 2-to-1 long shot to dethrone...
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The upkick that Benson Henderson landed (that likely stole him the 2nd Round) on then...
“UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson” hasn’t generated much hoopla, but thankfully someone finally alerted the Gambling Gods that there is in fact a major mixed martial arts show jumping off this weekend in Japan.
Former WEC lightweight champion Benson Henderson (Pictured) challenges reigning UFC 155-pound king Frankie Edgar for his crown in the show’s featured attraction. Henderson...
Betting against Frankie Edgar has proven to be very bad business in the past few years.
He was a whopping +500 underdog in his first fight with BJ Penn and was an underdog months later when they met again. We all know the Edgar carried the belt out of the Octagon both times.
Ditto against the bigger Gray Maynard in two epic battles in 2011.
Now it's time for Edgar naysayers to...