UFC 162: Silva vs. Weidman Betting Preview
Anderson Silva versus Chris Weidman—for those who may not be familiar, it’s the greatest mixed marital artists of all-time facing what may be his toughest challenge to date. And it all takes place this Fourth of July weekend at UFC 162. The event will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and feature Frankie Edgar on the undercard and the return of both Chris Leben and Mark Munoz.
The Silva versus Weidman main-event has drawn much intrigue by MMA fans and experts alike, mostly because of the interesting style matchup the young and hungry Weidman brings to the table. The undefeated fighter is a high-level MMA wrestler with solid striking and excellent jiu-jitsu skills. Many believe Weidman to be the man to finally end Silva’s reign on terror on the middleweight division. After the first Chael Sonnen fight nearly three years ago, the book on Anderson Silva has been that wrestling is his weakness and if he were to face a wrestler with any semblance of jiu-jitsu skills he would lose.
The 2013 Wimbledon Tournament enters its second week of action this Monday with Fourth Round matchups in both the Men’s and Women’s Bracket. The following is a brief betting update for this Grand Slam event.
Tennis is one sport where going chalk with the favorites is usually the best betting strategy to follow especially when it comes to Grand Slam Tournaments such as Wimbledon. This has not been the case in the early rounds of this year’s event with Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga making an early exit on the men’s side of the bracket and Maria Sharapova falling in the second round of the women’s side.
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