UFC 152 Betting Odds, Preview and Predictions

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This weekend UFC 152 will be hosted in Toronto at the ACC and there will be two titles on the line. The Light Heavyweight title is going to be on the line in Toronto and for the first time ever a fighter will win the UFC Flyweight title. We’ve posted where you can get the best odds this weekend along with our predictions for each of the main card fights at UFC 152 Saturday night.

UFC 152 Main Event: LHW Championship Odds & Picks

Jon Jones (16-1) took a lot of heat when UFC 151 was cancelled, but he’s now going to be in the cage. Jones will have to defend his LHW title this weekend against Vitor Belfort (21-9). Belfort has KO power, but he doesn’t land many strikes. Greg Jackson is going to ensure Jones doesn’t leave himself open to any knockout shots and I think Jones takes this to the ground early.

Jones has 4 inches on Belfort in the cage and over a 10 inch reach advantage, which Belfort won’t overcome. Trying to get close enough to land a shot on Jones is going to prove difficult. I expect Jones to punish Belfort early on and work him down. Jones is too big of a favourite to bet on him SU, but I think Jones will win this fight by TKO/KO -115 (5Dimes).

UFC 152 Co-Main Event: Flyweight Championship Odds & Picks

Joseph Benavidez (16-2) is on a 4-fight win streak and will get a shot at the Flyweight title. Demetrious Johnson (15-2-1) knocked off Ian McCall last time out at UFC on FX 3 and he’ll get a chance to win the inaugural Flyweight Championship fight on Saturday.

Johnson is 3-1-1 in the UFC, but he hasn’t been able to finish anyone yet in the cage. Benavidez hits hard and is going to be a test for Johnson’s chin. Johnson has nice value as an underdog here, but he needs to make sure he lands plenty of takedowns.

UFC 152 Main Card Odds & Predictions

Michael Bisping (22-4) lost to Chael Sonnen in his last fight and injured himself in the process. He has been out since, but now he is back and has challenged Brian Stann who accepted. Bisping has a stand-up edge despite Brian Stann’s (12-4) power. Bisping is being given a chance to earn a title shot if he’s impressive and my money is on him to get a quality win against Stann.

We haven’t seen much line movement at all in this fight yet. Matt Hamill (10-4) retired from the UFC last year after losing 2 fights in a row, but he is now back already and on the main card at UFC 152. Roger Hollett (13-3) is making his UFC debut and lacks any experience against tough competition. Hollett is simply outmatched here and Hamill should be able to win this fight easily.

Cub Swanson (17-5) has won his last two fights by TKO and now faces Charles Oliveira (16-2). Swanson has been submitted three times in his career including by Ricardo Lamas at UFC on Fox 1. Oliveira is great in the clinch and at submissions. I think this will cause problems for Swanson and I don’t think he’ll be able to use his striking to win this fight. Oliveira will be on my parlays.

UFC 152 Video Predictions

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