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Strikeforce & WEC Degenerate Gambling Odds

This Saturday night, two major MMA shows will be broadcast simultaneously. I remember back when I had to wait a few months between quality fight cards. I also had to wait a few minutes for my hardcore interracial lesbian gangbang fecal fetish porn videos funny cat videos to load, as opposed to the instant downloads I currently experience. But it wasn’t all bad. The way I remember it, you could refer to a woman as “sugar tits” or “sweet cheeks” without her getting all uppity and filing a lawsuit. At least that’s what I used to call my Great Aunt Barb. She’s no longer with us.

What was I saying? Oh, right. Two MMA cards. At the same time. That’s a whole lot of face punching and crotch grabbing. It’s also a great opportunity to play Russian Roulette with your life savings. Anyway, here are the betting odds for Strikeforce: Evolution, courtesy of, with the lines for WEC 45 and my half-assed analysis after the jump.

Cung Le -350 vs. Scott Smith +250

Ronaldo Souza -300 vs. Matt Lindland +220

Josh Thomson -120 vs. Gilbert Melendez -110

King Mo -550 vs. Mike Whitehead +375

Donald Cerrone -500 vs. Ed Ratcliff +350

Anthony Njokuani -200 vs. Chris Horodecki +160

Takeya Mizugaki -160 vs. Scott Jorgensen +130

Joseph Benavidez -220 vs. Rani Yahya +175

Solid Underdog Bets: Scott Smith and Mike Whitehead.

Smith might not be as pretty with his strikes as Cung Le is, but the dude hits really, really hard. All he needs is one shot to end the fight. Will he get it? I don’t know, but at +250, it might be worth throwing a little money on.

As for Whitehead, my guess would be that he walks out with a loss, but his chances for victory are a lot better than +375. His only losses in the past four years were decisions to Keith Jardine and Babalu, he hits hard, and he’s got a solid ground game. King Mo has his hands full Saturday night.

Too Close To Call: Melendez vs. Thomson. There’s a reason this line is so close.