Betting UFC 154: St-Pierre-Condit
Finding betting value in all the UFC 154 fights
- Jim Kemper/Getty ImagesCan Georges St-Pierre shake off the ring rust to defeat interim champ Carlos Condit?
UFC 154 features one of the most compelling fights we've seen in some time. Just four times in the UFC's history has a champion faced an interim champion to unify the title. In this case, one of the greatest pound-for-pound fighters in the world, Georges St-Pierre, will be returning from a long rehabilitation following knee surgery to face interim champ Carlos Condit.
Will St-Pierre be the same dominant champion in his return, or will ring rust from nearly a year's layoff be a factor? I'll consider how this affects the odds and take a look at the numbers behind the fights to see if there are some value bets for Saturday night's card.
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