Main Card Odds Released For UFC Fight Night 31 & 32

UFC Fight Night 31Busy times are ahead for UFC fans as the organization will be putting on two fights cards in the span of three days. The ‘Fight for the Troops’ motif returns as Fort Campbell, Kentucky pays host to UFC Fight Night 31, and then the scene shifts down to Brazil yet again for a card with quite a bit of flavor from TUF Brazil. Both cards feature some intriguing bouts at the top of the cards and some prospects further down which should serve to further flesh out their respective divisions. Both main events have had lines opened for a while, however the lines haven’t strayed too far from the openers. Tim Kennedy is now a -360 favorite (bet $360 to win $100) with the comeback on Rafael Natal at +300 (bet $100 to win $300). The Henderson/Belfort rematch is the marquee fight of the week, and the line is certainly interesting with Belfort a -210 favorite and Henderson a +175 dog, despite Henderson holding a victory in their first bout. The other fight with a line open already features the latest in a string of Russian prospects, Rustam Khabilov, who is currently a -170 favorite over Jorge Masvidal at +150. Today, MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the betting odds for all bouts on both main cards at Several Bookmakers. Take a look: ——————– UFC FIGHT NIGHT 31: UFC FIGHT FOR THE TROOPS 3 November 6, 2013 – Fort Campbell, Kentucky ——————– MAIN CARD Tim Kennedy -310 Rafael Natal +230 Liz Carmouche -175 Alexis Davis +135 Ronny Markes -125 Yoel Romero -115 Rustam Khabilov -190 Jorge Masvidal +150 Michael Chiesa -260 Colton Smith +180 ———————– UFC FIGHT NIGHT 32: BELFORT VS. HENDERSON November 9, 2013 – Goiania, Goias, Brazil ——————– MAIN CARD Vitor Belfort -215 Dan Henderson +165 Cezar Ferreira -125 Daniel Sarafian -115 Rafael Cavalcante -260 Igor Pokrajac +180 Brandon Thatch -230 Paulo Thiago +170 Ryan LaFlare -140 Santiago Ponzinibbio +100 Rony Jason -155 Jeremy Stephens +115 ——————–

Written by Brad Taschuk

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