UFC 167 took place tonight in Las Vegas, NV, and it turned out to be one of the best cards of the year a it produced a number of sweet finishes as well as an extremely controversial main event decision that left the MMA world spinning. Overall, 10 betting favorites won while just two underdogs hit. Here’s a betting recap of UFC 167 based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers: UFC 167 Betting Favorites That Won In the main event of the evening, Georges St-Pierre defeated Johny Hendricks via split decision in one of the worst decisions of the year. I gave the fight to Hendricks 48-47 and 99 percent of people that I trust gave it to Hendricks by that same score too, yet for some reason two of the judges in Nevada saw it for St-Pierre. The champ retained the title as a -192 favorite (bet $192 to win $100), while Hendricks lost as a +177 dog (bet $100 to win $177). The rematch is likely to happen soon. In a light heavyweight bout that served as the co-main event of the evening, Rashad Evans dominated Chael Sonnen en route to a first-round TKO win. Evans easily won as a -240 fav, while Sonnen lost as a +200 underdog. In a welterweight bout, Tyron Woodley knocked out Josh Koscheck in the first round with punches. Woodley absolutely dominated the fight and cashed as a -110 favorite, while Koscheck lost as a slight +100 dog. In a lightweight bout, Donald Cerrone submitted Evan Dunham in the second round in one of “The Cowboy’s” best performances ever. Cerrone cashed out at -125, while Dunham lost at +115. In a middleweight bout, Thales Leites outworked Ed Herman en route to a unanimous decision win. Leites won as a -175 fav while Herman lost as a +165 dog. In a welterweight bout, Rick Story beat up Brian Ebersole over the course of three rounds for a unanimous decision win. Story took home the win as a -210 fav while Ebersole lost as a +190 dog. In a bantamweight bout, Erik Perez defeated Edwin Figueroa via unanimous decision. Perez won as a -425 favorite while Figueroa came up short as a +378 dog. In a welterweight bout, Jason High defeated Anthony Lapsley via unanimous decision. High scored as a -320 fav, while Lapsley lost as a +290 dog. In a bantamweight bout, Sergio Pettis defeated Will Campuzano via unanimous decision. Pettis won as a -400 fav in his UFC debut, while Campuzano lost as a +355 dog. In a light heavyweight fight, Gian Villante defeated Cody Donovan via second-round TKO (punches). Villante won as a -340 fav, while Donovan lost as a +310 dog. UFC 167 Betting Underdogs That Won In a welterweight bout, Robbie Lawler defeated Rory MacDonald via split decision. Lawler definitely won rounds one and three on my card as well as the judges’ card and cashed at +365, while MacDonald fell as a -410 fav. In a flyweight bout, Ali Bagautinov defeated Tim Elliott via unanimous decision. Bagautinov outstruck Elliott over the course of three rounds and deserved the victory as a +150 dog, while Elliott lost as a -160 fav.