UFC 133 Betting Odds

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PHILADELPHIA, PA (TheSpread) – After nearly seeing his career end, Tito Ortiz is looking to get back into the title picture at UFC 133, when he takes on Rashad Evans this Saturday.

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UFC 133 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 Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

The main event is a light heavyweight rematch between Ortiz (17-8-1) and Evans (20-1-1). According to oddsmakers from online sportsbook Bodog Evans is the overwhelming favorite to win the contest with odds of -450, while Ortiz has a money line of +350. These two fought back at UFC 73 in July of 2007 and competed to a draw. Ortiz was deducted a point in the fight, or he would have won the contest outright. Since then, both men have been on different paths. Evans went on to win the light heavyweight title and is now once again the No. 1 contender to the title, while Ortiz went through a five-year winless stretch before beating Ryan Bader at UFC 132 on July 2. Ortiz is taking this fight on short notice, as originally, Phil Davis was set to fight Evans.

The co-main event for Saturday is a middleweight clash between Vitor Belfort and Yoshihiro Akiyama. Belfort (19-9) is coming off a loss to current UFC champ, Anderson Silva, while Akiyama (13-3) has lost his last two fights. Both men have not fight in quite a few months, but have very different styles. Belfort is a tremendous striker with great hand speed and power while Akiyama is a judo grappler that will want to get the fight to the ground. Belfort is the favorite to win the fight with odds of -300 while Akiyama comes in with a money line of +240.

For the complete odds and fight card for UFC 133, see below.

UFC 133 Betting Odds & Fight Card

Light Heavyweight Bout

Rashad Evans -450

Tito Ortiz +350

Middleweight Bout

Vitor Belfort -300

Yoshihiro Akiyama +240

Welterweight Bout

Rory MacDonald -275

Mike Pyle +215

Welterweight Bout

Dennis Hallman -115

Brian Ebersole -115

Middleweight Bout

Jorge Rivera -170

Constantinos Philippou +140

Light Heavyweight Bout

Alexander Gustafsson -205

Matt Hamill +165

Featherweight Bout

Chad Mendes -615

Rani Yahya +415

Bantamweight Bout

Ivan Menjivar -210

Nick Pace +170

Welterweight Bout

Johny Hendricks -115

Mike Pierce -115

Featherweight Bout

Mike Brown -215

Nam Phan +175

Middleweight Bout

Rafael Natal -125

Paul Bradley -105

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