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Fight Odds on Fight Opinion: Cruz opens up as -215 favorite over Faber

By Zach Arnold | March 14, 2012

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The complete MMA Oddsbreakers 20 show featuring Nick Kalikas, Miguel Iturrate, Derrick Noble, and Nick Thompson.

Fight-1: UFC on FUEL TV 3: Poirier vs. Jung
May 15, 2012 – Fairfax, Virginia
Chan Sung Jung +285 Dustin Poirier -375

Fight-2: UFC on FUEL TV 3: May 15, 2012 – Fairfax, Virginia
Jeremy Stephens +200 Donald Cerrone -260

Fight-3: UFC 146: Live On PPV
May 26, 2012 – Las Vegas, Nevada
Evan Dunham +240 Edson Barboza -310

Bonus Fight: UFC 148: Cruz vs. Faber 3
Jul 07, 2012 – Las Vegas, Nevada
Urijah Faber +165 Dominick Cruz -215

For entertainment purposes only.

Topics: MMA, Media, UFC, Zach Arnold | 1 Comment » | Permalink | Trackback |

One Response to “Fight Odds on Fight Opinion: Cruz opens up as -215 favorite over Faber”

  1. EJ says:

    No surprise there, Cruz has dominated his divison since dropping down to BW and he already handled Faber once and will do so again. The funny thing about Cruz is that he seems to be left out of all the conversations about p4p king and most dominant champion. When he’s basically been as untouchable as anyother champ since winning the belt. Hopefully after his stint on TUF as a coach and another win over Faber he’ll finally start getting his props as an elite fighter which he is.

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