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Saturday, the warriors of the Octagon enter the cage for another stellar night of bone crushing betting action in UFC 69 - THE SHOOTOUT. If you haven't checked out the sport that's sweeping the world off its feet, now's the time.

The great card includes a main event featuring Georges ''Rush'' St-Pierre, or GSP, vs. Matt ''The Terror'' Serra. A native of Montreal, St-Pierre brings a record of 13-1-1 into the fight. GSP's only defeat came at the hands of former champion Matt Hughes. St-Pierre utilizes great take downs, strength, and ground-n-pound techniques to beat his opponents.

Serra owns a solid record of his own, at 15-4-0. Serra is a scrappy New Yorker, who is not only a world-renowned ground fighter, but someone who is not afraid to trade blows, something he’s done with some of the best in the world over the years.

Both fighters are coming off victories. St-Pierre won his last battle against former UFC World Welterweight Champion Matt Hughes in devastating fashion, and Serra fought to a unanimous decision over Chris Lytle.

Oddsmakers are giving Serra very little chance to pull off the upset, as St-Pierre is the overwelming favorite at -900, but Serra (+600) is as live an underdog as you’ll find in this sport.

Also on this great night of fight action, Diego "Nightmare" Sanchez (-250) will face Josh "Kos" Koscheck (+175), his former TUF1 training partner. These two guys legitimately hate each other. Sanchez is 19-0-0 and Koscheck is 10-1-0.

Bad blood means great action!

There are many other spectacular fights, so don't miss any of the UFC 69 action - THE SHOOTOUT.

Are you ready? Let's get it on!

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UFC 69 - Shootout
April 6, 2007

This Saturday evening, Welterweight Champion, Georges St. Pierre headlines the fight card for UFC 69: Shootout. GSP (13-1) will defend his title for the first time since pummeling UFC legend, Matt Hughes back in November. GSP will take on UFC veteran and winner of UFC’s popular television series “The Ultimate Fighter 4” Matt Serra (15-4).

Serra who first fought in the UFC way back in 2001 thrives on the ground with his jiu-jitsu skills. As skilled as Serra is on the ground, he is a liability on his feet. GSP, on the other hand, is equally skilled both on the ground and on his feet. If Serra is going to have any chance at defeating GSP, it is imperative that he get this fight on the ground as soon as possible, if not it could be a long night or in this case short night for Serra.

Just looking at the odds and the action thus far, it appears as if not many people (handicappers and gamblers included) are giving the challenger much of a shot. About 80% of the early money is backing GSP despite his odds of -800. It is interesting to note that even though only 20% of the cash is on the underdog Serra, with a +500 payout, will definitely be rooting for the reigning champion.

In the second “high profile” fight of the evening, welterweights Diego Sanchez (19-0) and Josh Koscheck (10-1) will square off. These two are quite familiar with each other as Sanchez defeated Koscheck in the inaugural season of “The Ultimate Fighter.” Many believe the winner of this bout will be next in line to get a title shot in the welterweight division.

Sanchez is the owner of an extremely well rounded game but his strength is definitely on the mat where he utilizes his grappling and ground and pound skills. Koscheck also thrives on the ground due to his world class wrestling skills. Unlike his opponent, “Kos” is still very raw in all the other aspects of MMA but he is rapidly improving and no one can question his athleticism and grappling skills.

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