UFC 130 Results & Recap

2011 ufc 130 betting recap and results

LAS VEGAS, NV (TheSpread) – UFC 130 took place Saturday night and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson added another victory to his storied career as he beat Matt Hamill.

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The two squared off in the main event of UFC 130 and Jackson, the former light heavyweight champion, was able to keep the fight standing the entire time. Hamill expected to be able to get the fight to the ground but each of his takedown attempts were stuffed.

According to online sportsbook Bodog.com Jackson was the favorite with odds of -275, meaning a wager of $275 on Jackson will pay out an additional $100.

In the co-main event Frank Mir picked up a decision win over Roy Nelson. Both fighters traded strikes in the first round but a judo throw from Mir likely earned him the first round. In the second round, Mir worked in takedowns on Nelson, who showed signs of fatigue. In the third, Nelson has little energy to do much more but still lasted the full 15 minutes. Mir came into the fight with odds of -140, meaning a $140 wager on Mir will pay out an additional $100.

For complete results from the main card of UFC 130, see below.

UFC 130 Main Card Results

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (-275) def. Matt Hamill by unanimous decision

Frank Mir (-140) def. Roy Nelson by unanimous decision.

Travis Browne (-130) def. Stefan Struve by first round KO (4:11)

Rick Story (+180) def. Thiago Alves by unanimous decision

Brian Stann (-140) def. Jorge Santiago by TKO in the second round (4:29)

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