UFC 132 Betting Recap & Results: Cruz Pays Out -155 Print
Written by Drew Sharper   
Saturday, 02 July 2011 22:29

Cruz retains his title

2011 ufc 132 results and pay outs dominick cruz urijah faber

LAS VEGAS, NV (TheSpread) – Dominick Cruz avenged the one loss in his career on Saturday night as he beat Urijah Faber by unanimous decision in the main event of UFC 132.

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Cruz retained his bantamweight championship in a very competitive fight. All three judges gave the fight to Cruz, who landed more strikes throughout the contest. According to online sportsbook Bodog Cruz had odds of -155 to win the contest, which means a $155 wager on Cruz will pay out an additional $100.

In the co-main even, Chris Leben defeated Wanderlei Silva in just 27 seconds by KO. Silva landed a big punch, but Leben answered and then hit a series of uppercuts to KO Silva. Leben was the underdog in the fight, with odds of +150.

In a major upset, Tito Ortiz submitted Ryan Bader in the first round of their light heavyweight contest. Ortiz landed a big hook early in the round and then followed it up with a guillotine choke that forced Bader to tap. Ortiz had odds of +375 to win. It was his first victory since 2006.

For complete results from the main card of UFC 132, see below.

UFC 132 Main Card Results

Dominick Cruz (-155) def. Urijah Faber by unanimous decision

Chris Leben (+150) def. Wanderlei Silva by first round KO (0:27)

Dennis Siver (-135) def. Matt Wiman by unanimous decision

Tito Ortiz (+375) def. Ryan Bader by first round submission (1:56)

Carlos Condit (-120) def. Dong Hyun Kim by first round KO (2:58)

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