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UFC 58: USA vs Canada, UFC Betting Odds

UFC 58: USA vs Canada

UFC 58 Betting Lineup Announced

The UFC has announced the full line-up of Americans and Canadians who will square off in the upcoming UFC 58: USA vs. CANADA taking place live at the Mandalay Bay Events Center Saturday, March 4.

The UFC has announced the full line-up of Americans and Canadians who will square off in the upcoming UFC 58: USA vs. CANADA taking place live at the Mandalay Bay Events Center Saturday, March 4.

Rich ‘Ace’ Franklin (Middleweight Champion) vs. David ‘The Crow’ Loiseau

Loiseau is coming back from a very impressive win over former UFC Middleweight champion Evan Tanner. As for Franklin, he is coming back from a brutal knockout win over Ultimate Fighter season one competitor Nate Quarry.

B.J. Penn vs Georges St. Pierre

Diego Sanchez vs John Alessio

Yves Edwards vs Mark Hominick (Lightweights)

Mike Swick vs. Steve Vigneault (Middleweights)

Kenny Florian vs. Sam Stout (Lightweights)

Nathan Marquardt vs. Joe Doerksen (Middleweights)

Jason Lambert (Who is replacing the injured Seth Petruzelli) vs. Rob MacDonald (Light Heavyweights)

Tom Murphy vs. Kristof Midoux (Heavyweights)

This is a great UFC fight card and should provide lots of UFC betting action and UFC fight odds on March 4th.

QuickUFC 57 Match-By-Match Results:

-Keith Jardine def. Mike Whitehead via Unanimous Decision.

-Jeff Monson def. Branden Lee Hinkle via Submission (arm choke) in Round 1.

-Paul Buentello def. Gilbert Aldana via TKO (strikes) in Round 2.

-Alessio Sakara def. Elvis Sinosic via Unanimous Decision.

-Joe Riggs def. Nick Diaz via Unanimous Decision.

-Renato “Babalu” Sobral def. Mike Van Arsdale via Submission (rear naked choke) in Round 1.

-Marcio “Pe De Pano” Cruz def. Frank Mir via TKO (strikes) in Round 1.

-Brandon Vera def. Justin Eilers via KO (high kick) in Round 1.

-Chuck Liddell def. Randy Couture via KO (punches) in Round 2.

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MMA and UFC betting sites for Canadians

I’ve been receiving a lot of emails recently from Canadians who would like to know where they can bet on UFC and MMA fights. Like the U.S. market, the betting options are few and far between. However you do have one GREAT betting site at www.Bodog.ca. Bodog is famous for having the best odds available in a wide variety of sports including NFL and college football. This has also carried over into their MMA and UFC lines. They have very good lines for both the favorites and the underdogs.

Here are a few of the top books…

  • Latest addition to the Canadian list. They allow parlays on MMA events for Canadians which used to be a rarity!

  • Great betting lines that are very advantageous for both the favorite and the underdog in MMA betting. Good customer service as well… This would be my choice as a Canadian bettor.

Overall, these sportsbooks are all great. I really think Bodog Canada is the best out of them all. I play there all the time and love their system. Highly recommended for the Canadian bettors…. Check em out now.

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Big improvements are coming soon!

Hope you’re having a good day.

Your support means a lot to me, so I’m always looking for ways that I can show my appreciation by giving you more value for money.

Over the last few months, I have been working hard behind the scenes on some amazing new features that will make our website even better.

Some of these new features include:

1. Live Q + As with Fighters and Celebrities

From November this year, we will be joined in the Chat Room by Fighters and MMA celebrities. You will get an opportunity to talk to them directly and we’ll have new people featured every week.

2. Fight companions for smaller promotions

From January 2018 I will be doing Fight Companions with fighters. We will be doing alternative commentary for smaller MMA promotions such as Bellator, KSW, Cage Warriors, Invicta, and Rizin. Our commentary will focus on MMA from a Betting perspective.

3. Live Research sessions

From March 2018 I will be Live Video Streaming my fight research to VIP and Elite Members. This will enable you to learn my systems and gain an unprecedented level of insight into what it takes to conduct in-depth fight research.

4. Betting Tournaments and Competitions

From June 2018 I will be launching a free to play Betting Tournament that anyone can join. We’ll have monthly leaderboards and prizes for finishing the month with the biggest virtual bankroll.

Why are you telling me this now?

When I first set up the website 4 years ago it started out as a simple blog. A place where I could share my betting tips and track my results.

Since then we have grown to be the largest dedicated MMA Betting Community in the world with over 1000 active users and hundreds of thousands of unique views per month. We have the only Live Betting Tips service in the world that can consistently generate huge profits and we have a Chat Room that is frequently used by some of the coolest people I have ever met.

Our website has grown into something amazing and beautiful. It has also grown into something much bigger than I first intended when I developed it.

In order to take our website to the next level and add all these new features, it now needs to be redeveloped so that we can ultimately use it as a more effective tool to make money betting on MMA.

Most of the features I’ve mentioned in this email are “nice to have’s”, but trust me when I tell you that I am working on far more features that will increase our profitability to a level that you can only dream of.

I have been laying the foundations for these features in the background of the website for over a year now and in order to bring them to life I now need to close the website down for a few days whilst I rebuild it from the ground up.

I assure you that it will be back online soon and that I am still focused on researching the fights taking place at UFC Fight Night Poland. I promise you that the website will be back up and running in plenty of time for the next major MMA event.

Over the next few days, I will continue to research UFC Fight Night Poland. If I find any betting tips I will email them out to all VIP and Elite Members.

Thanks for your patience. I hope you understand. The improvements I have planned will definitely be worth waiting for.

With the absence of Georges St-Pierre, Canada is on the decline as a mixed martial arts superpower, UFC Betting Sites - The Best MMA Online Bookies

With the absence of Georges St-Pierre, Canada is on the decline as a mixed martial arts superpower

Call it the “GSP Factor.”

Back in the heydey of Canadian mixed martial arts (MMA) in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Georges St-Pierre was setting attendance and pay-per-view records, bringing events to Toronto and Montreal to watch th…

Call it the “GSP Factor.”

Back in the heydey of Canadian mixed martial arts (MMA) in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Georges St-Pierre was setting attendance and pay-per-view records, bringing events to Toronto and Montreal to watch the welterweight champion defend his belt in front of capacity crowds.

St-Pierre packed Bell Centre in Montreal with 20,145 fans screaming “Ole, ole, ole” for UFC 158 against Nick Diaz. Just as when he drew 21,390 people to Montreal at UFC 83 to reclaim his belt from Matt Serra. And Montreal could never forget the 23,153 people he brought in to see a masterful jab ostensibly break Josh Koscheck’s face.

But they all pale in comparison to the 55,724 people in Toronto who turned up at SkyDome (Rogers Center) to watch “Rush” defend against Jake Shields.

There’s no two ways about it. St-Pierre was a Canadian cash cow for UFC, long before anybody had ever heard of an Irish king. He was Rogers Sportsnet Canadian Athlete of the Year three years in a row and Sports Illustrated Fighter of the Year in 2009.

And then it all came falling down with the break retirement of one of the most heralded heroes in Canadian sports history.

Since then the UFC has been steadily on the decline in Canada. Despite announcing three cards north of the border this year, it would be wise not to hold your breath. Not only are ticket sales weak in Canada, the dollar is an abysmal 69 cents to the greenback.

The UFC planned three to five shows in Canada in 2015 but only two came to fruition — UFC 186 in Montreal in April and a televised card in Saskatoon in August.

In 2014, the UFC announced a five-city schedule for Canada with pay-per-views shows in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and Fight Night cards in Halifax and Quebec City. But UFC 178 was shifted to Las Vegas from Toronto and the Montreal card was cancelled outright.

Saskatoon only drew 7,202 ticket buyers for the 15,195-seat SaskTel Centre at UFC Fight Night 74 on Aug. 23, 2015.

One of the pioneers of Canadian MMA, Patrick Cote, fought on that card against Josh Burkman. He spoke with Damon Martin of FOX Sports about the dearth of Canadian prospects to bring more cards to venues in Canada in the future.

“The province of Quebec was a Mecca of mixed martial arts in Canada. We were producing a lot of good fighters,” Cote said. “All those guys who had success in the UFC, they fought in Quebec. Mark Hominick, Sam Stout, me, David Louiseau, Georges (St-Pierre) and now it’s hard. We still have a lot of good guys coming up. We’ve got Olivier Aubin-Mercier, Elias Theodorou, Chad Laprise, those guys are good but they are already in the UFC. Developing those new kids, it’s hard in Canada right now.”

All but Cote remains from that original list. And only Aubin-Mercier from the list of new Canucks is on a winning streak.

Even the best fighter currently representing Canada’s nationalistic hopes, Rory MacDonald, fell short against Robbie Lawler at UFC 189.

Cote says it’s not UFC’s fault for the “shallow talent pool.” That’s on Canada.

“It’s hard to develop young guys because we don’t have any serious organizations to develop those kids,” Cote said. “Before there were a couple of organizations and you were able to fight around the country and put some wins on our records and show that what we are able to do. Now it’s very, very hard. We don’t have any serious organization to build the next generation. That’s the biggest problem here.”

Cote has a chance to make Canadians cheer again tomorrow (Jan. 17, 2016) when he takes on Ben Saunders at UFC Fight Night 81 in Boston. But one win certainly isn’t going to turn the tide for Canadian MMA.

Two Days Out And UFC Champion Amanda Nunes Is The Betting Underdog Against Shevchenko - MMA Imports

Two Days Out And UFC Champion Amanda Nunes Is The Betting Underdog Against Shevchenko

Just days before UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes’ next fight, the defending champion is the betting underdog.

This Saturday, Nunes will defend her championship against top contender Valentina Shevchenko in the co-main event of UFC 215.

As of Thursday, betting websites have Nunes as the underdog going into the fight. Some gambling sites have Nunes as high as a +113 underdog.

Nunes being the underdog in her next fight is shocking based on how dominant she has been in her title fights. It is also surprising because Nunes earned a decision victory of Shevchenko last year.

In March 2016, at UFC 196, Nunes earned a decision win over Shevchenko and earned herself an opportunity at the UFC title.

Despite having a loss to Nunes, Shevchenko is still the betting favorite going into Saturday’s fight. Some betting sites have Shevchenko as high as a -130 favorite against Nunes.

Following her win against Shevchenko, Nunes won the UFC title after submitting former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Miesha Tate at UFC 200.

In her last fight, Nunes successfully defended her title by knocking out former champion Ronda Rousey at UFC 207 back in December.

Shevchenko has won both of her fights inside the Octagon since losing to Nunes last year. In July 2016, Shevchenko earned a decision victory over former UFC Wome’s Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm. In her last fight, Shevchenko submitted Julianna Pena back in January.

Nunes was originally scheduled to defend her title against Shevchenko in the main event of UFC 213 in July. However, the day of the event, Nunes withdrew from her fight due to illness.

UFC 215 will take place Sept. 9 at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The event will be headlined by UFC Flyweight Champion Demetrious Johnson defending his title against Ray Borg.

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