‘UFC 149: Faber vs. Barao’ Complete Betting Odds

Written by Tom Ngo
July 21st, 2012

UFC Bantamweight Urijah Faber

Understanding there’s a significant lack of hoopla surrounding “UFC 149: Faber vs. Barao,” the Gambling Gods have decided to step in and make things a tad more exciting. 

Renan Barao remains a steady 2-to-1 odds-on favorite to leave Canada with the interim bantamweight hardware. Opponent Urijah Faber (Pictured), meanwhile, comes in just behind as a +160 underdog to win his first title fight since June of 2008 when he was running the WEC’s featherweight division.

Hector Lombard is a whopping 4-to-1 favorite to start his big league career in style. Tim Boetsch, on the other hand, checks in as a 3-to-1 longshot to ruin the former Bellator middleweight champ’s welcoming party.

Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary hosts tonight’s bash. The pay-per-view broadcast airs live in North America at 10PM ET/7PM PT.

Here are the wagering lines for tonight’s scraps (Courtesy of BetUS):

Favorites (-) Underdogs (+)

Preliminary Card:

Mitch Clarke +140
Anton Kuivanen -170

Antonio Carvalho +180
Daniel Pineda -230

Bryan Caraway -210
Mitch Gagnon +165

Anthony Perosh +145
Ryan Jimmo -175

Roland Delorme -105
Francisco Rivera -125

Nick Ring -120
Court Mcgee -110

Main Card:

Matt Riddle -155
Chris Clements +125

James Head +300
Brian Ebersole -400

Cheick Kongo -105
Shawn Jordan -125

Tim Boetsch +300
Hector Lombard -400

Urijah Faber +160
Renan Barao -200

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