UFC 134 Betting Odds & Fight Card for Silva vs. Okami Print
Written by Drew Sharper   
Wednesday, 24 August 2011 19:10

UFC 134 Betting Odds

2011 ufc 134 betting odds and fight card anderson silva

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (TheSpread) – The top pound-for-pound fighter in the world, Anderson Silva, defends his UFC Middleweight Championship against Yushin Okami at UFC 134 on Saturday.

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UFC 134 takes place Saturday night and the main card will air live on Pay-Per-View at 9PM ET. There will be two prelims that air live on Spike TV starting at 8PM ET. The event takes place from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The main event is a bout for the UFC Middleweight Championship as Silva (30-4) takes on Okami (26-5). According to oddsmakers, Silva is the clear favorite to win with a money line of -625 while Okami comes in with odds of +425. These two met back on Jan. 20, 2006 with Okami winning by DQ when Silva threw an upkick to Okami when he was on his knees. Silva hasn’t lost since, winning 14-straight fights since. Okami has won three straight and has a strength in wrestling, which is Silva’s one weak area. Silva does have knockout power in both hands and feet and he is the most deadly striker in all of MMA.

Saturday’s co-main event is also a rematch as light heavyweights Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Forrest Griffin will battle it out. Rua (19-5) comes in as the favorite to win the rematch with odds of -285, while Griffin (18-6) has odds of +225. Griffin won the first encounter at UFC 76 back in 2007. It was Rua’s first UFC fight and Griffin tired him out with a fast pace and eventually choked him out in the third round. Griffin is coming off a pair of wins while Rua is coming off the loss of the UFC title to Jon Jones back at UFC 128. Rua and Griffin both like to strike and both have good ground skills, but the conditioning of Rua will play a big factor in the contest.

For the complete odds and fight card for UFC 134, see below.

UFC 134 Betting Odds & Fight Card

UFC Middleweight Championship

Anderson Silva -625

Yushin Okami +425

Light Heavyweight Bout

Mauricio “Shogun” Rua -285

Forrest Griffin +225

Heavyweight Bout

Brendan Schaub -250

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira +195

Lightweight Bout

Edson Barboza -325

Ross Pearson +250

Light Heavyweight Bout

Luiz Cane -210

Stanislav Nedkov +170

Lightweight Bout

Thiago Tavares -210

Spencer Fisher +170

Featherweight Bout

Raphael Assuncao -190

Johnny Eduardo +155

Middleweight Bout

Rousimar Palhares -315

Dan Miller +245

Welterweight Bout

Paulo Thiago -450

David Mitchell +325

Welterweight Bout

Erick Silva -270

Luis Ramos +210

Featherweight Bout

Yuri Alcantara -500

Felipe Arantes +350

Bantamweight Bout

Ian Loveland -225

Yves Jabouin +175

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