Forrest Griffin vs. Tito Ortiz Betting Odds, Props, & Preview

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Mixed Martial Arts action is fully packed on Saturday night when UFC 148 takes center stage.  Anderson Silva will take on Chael Sonnen in the main event of UFC 148 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas but there are other great fights are on the card… most importantly Forrest Griffin taking on Tito Ortiz in their third meeting.

Ortiz will be entering the ring for the final time in his last bout.  He has an overall record of 16-10-1 while his opponent enters the fight with a 18-7 overall record.

Griffin is entering the bout after coming off a fight  with Mauricio Rua which ended in a loss for Forrest.  But rest assured, the first two meetings with Ortiz were hard-fought and very entertaining so Saturday night’s fight should not be any different.  In fact even more so with it being Ortiz’s final bout.

Bovada has fielded their Griffin vs Ortiz betting odds and have tagged Griffin as the betting favorite with his moneyline set at -300 while Ortiz is at +230.  The higher payout will obviously be betting on Ortiz should he win and if he does for every $1.00 wagered the payout is $2.30 as opposed to just .33 cents if wagered on Griffin and he wins.

In addition to the overall fight line, Bovada has also fielded some great Griffin vs Ortiz prop bets as well and include…

Griffin vs Ortiz – Method of Victory

Forrest Griffin wins inside distance   +200
Forrest Griffin wins by 3 round decision   +110
Tito “Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Ortiz wins inside distance   +500
Tito “Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Ortiz wins by 3 round decision   +400
Draw        +4000

Griffin vs Ortiz – Will the fight go the distance?

YES   -180
NO     +130

Griffin vs Ortiz – Total Rounds

OVER  2 1/2   (-230)
UNDER  2 1/2  (+160)

UFC 148 Fight Card Odds

  • Main Event: Anderson Silva (-280) vs Chael Sonnen  (+220) on PPV
  • Forrest Griffin (-300) vs Tito Ortiz (+230) on PPV
  • Dong Hyun Kim (-165) vs Demian Maia (+135) on PPV
  • Patrick Cote (-210) vs Cung Lee (+170) on PPV
  • Chad Mendes (-650) vs Cody McKenzie (+425) on PPV
  • Mike Easton (-120) vs Ivan Menjivar (-110) on PPV
  • Gleison Tibau (-200) vs Khabib Nurmagomedov (+160) on FX
  • Melvin Guillard (-285) vs Fabricio Camoes (+225) on FX
  • Constantinos Philippou (-175) vs Riki Fukuda (+145) on FX
  • Shane Roller (-190) vs John Alessio (+155) on FX
  • Yoislandy Izquierdo (-200) vs Rafaello Oliveira (+160)  on Facebook

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