|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on the UFCUFC betting odds will be set for UFC 106 on November 21 and the featured Mixed Martial Arts bout between Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas. UFC betting odds will feature 5 bouts on the Mixed Martial Arts main card with 3 welterweight bouts and 2 in the light heavyweight division.
The Ortiz versus Griffin matchup with the UFC betting odds is from the light heavyweight division. Ortiz has a career Mixed Martial Arts record of 15-6-1 but is coming off a loss to the UFC betting odds against Lyoto Machida on May 24 in a unanimous decision., The 34 year old Ortiz, in fact, has not won in his last 3 matches with the UFC betting odds with a mark of 2 losses and a draw. Ortiz has 8 wins by knockout, 2 by submission, and 5 by decision. He has lost 2 bouts by knockout, 2 by submission, and 2 by decision.
Griffin is also struggling as of late with the UFC betting odds he has lost his last two bouts and has a career record of 16-6. His last bout was on August 6 when he lost in a knockout to the UFC betting odds against Anderson Silva at the 3:23 mark of the 1st round. Griffin has won 3 bouts by knockout, 7 by submission, and 6 by decision. Griffin has lost 4 by knockout and 2 by decision.
Also on the UFC betting odds card is the welterweight bout between Josh Koscheck and Anthony Johnson. Amir Sadollah will take on Phil Baroni in another welterweight bout. The other welterweight match will be between Karo Parisyan and Dustin Hazelett. Luiz Cane will take on Antonio Rogerio Nogueira in the other light heavyweight matchup with the UFC betting odds.
Koscheck is 15-4 and coming off a September 19 technical knockout win over Frank Trigg. Johnson is 8-2 and has won his last 3 consecutive bouts. He last fought on October 24 and scored a technical knockout win over Yoshiyuki Yoshida in just 21 seconds.
Sadollah is just 2-1 in his career while Baroni is 6-5. Cane is 11-1-1 while Nogueira is in his first UFC bout. Parisyan is 26-5 while Hazelett is 14-4.