Odds for Affliction MMA


The designated page for the best Affliction 3 odds “Trilology” have been posted along with upcoming to bet UFC 101 odds.

Odds for the new MMA show, Affliction Banned, have have begun to be posted. Affliction is now backed by Donald Trump and by some of the biggest names in MMA. Betting lines are now open at Sportsbook.com, or just about any other UFC sportsbook. Odds subject to change before event. The next fight is expected to be held on August 1, 2009.

MMA Affliction Odds

These are the official odds and fight card matchups for the August 1, Affliction 3 “Trilogy” event.  Please check back later when full details are released as they are subject to change.  We have chosen the best line for the odds.

Fedor Emelianenko vs. Josh Barnett

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Fedor     (-500)
  • Barnett  (+300)

Betus.com Odds

  • Fedor     (-500)
  • Barnett  (+350)

Visit our Emelianenko vs. Barnett Prediction Page

Renato Sobral vs. Gegard Mousasi

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Sobral      (+125)
  • Mousasi  (-155)

Betus.com Odds

  • Sobral     (+130)
  • Mousasi  (-160)

Visit our Sobral vs. Mousasi Prediction Page

Vitor Belfort vs. Jorge Santiago

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Belfort      (-210)
  • Santiago   (+170)

Takanori Gomi vs. Rafaello Oliveira

  • Gomi       (-600)
  • Oliveira  (+400)

Paul Daley vs. Jay Hieron

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Daley     (+160)
  • Hieron   (-200)

Paul Buentello vs. Bilbert Yvel

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Buentello  (+155)
  • Yvel          (-185)

Chris Horodecki vs. Dan Lauzon

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Horodecki  (-205)
  • Lauzon       (+165)

Ben Rothwell vs. Chase Gormley

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Rothwell  (-500)
  • Gormley  (+300)

LC Davis vs. Javier Vazquez

  • Davis       (-150)
  • Vazquez  (+120)

Mark Hominick vs. Deividas Taurosevicius

Sportsbook.com Odds

  • Hominick          (+185)
  • Taurosevicius  (-225)

Will Affliction MMA submit?

Not likely. There is a lot riding on this new brand on MMA, not only for Affliction but for the fighters. With an event backed by guys like Trump many believe it’s bound to prove a big player in the MMA world. Not only that, but fighters are finally getting what they are worth, with main event fighters pocketing in the millions.