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Bellator 175 betting odds: The money says King Mo will rule over Rampage

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Bellator 175 betting odds: The money says King Mo will rule over Rampage

Check out the betting odds for tonight’s Bellator 175 card as the cash has been flowing in for King Mo, more so than Rampage Jackson.

The Bellator 175 card is set to launch tonight from the AllState Arena in Rosemont, Illinois and Bloody Elbow is the place to be for your betting odds. Tonight’s headliner will see Muhammed Lawal sport a sizable favorite line of up to -400 in his rematch with the almost 50 pounds heavier Quinton Jackson, who is clocking in at around +250 on both the scale and for his associated moneyline. The first time Rampage squared off with King Mo, Jackson was the favorite at -250 with Lawal playing the dog role at +150. My, how things have changed.

The bulkiest favorite on the night comes by way of the Israeli Noad Lahat and his staggering line of about -950. Lahat’s counterpoint, and the night’s biggest betting dog, belongs to Lloyd Carter at around +650.

The tightest line for Bellator 175 belongs to young-guns Steve Kozola (-170) and Jake Roberts (+150) in their lightweight tilt.

Check out the Bellator 175: Rampage vs. King Mo 2 betting odds, courtesy of OddsShark.com:

Bellator 175 betting odds: The money says King Mo will rule over Rampage

Movement:

Quinton Jackson vs. Muhammed Lawal: Heavyweight

King Mo opened up as a slight favorite against Rampage Jackson, but as time went on, more of the loot started flowing in for Lawal than for Jackson. Rampage supporters have been consistently throwing money out, looking to cash in on the power puncher’s sizable dog line, but the betting public has spoken. King Mo has moved into the realm of sizable favorite, which is a far cry from his +150 tag that he sported in their first fight.

Bellator 175 betting odds: The money says King Mo will rule over Rampage

Suggestions:

Marcos Galvao vs. Emmanuel Sanchez: Featherweight

On top of a questionable gas tank, Bellator’s former bantamweight champion Galvao has shown a vast amount of lapses in his striking defense, see Galvao vs. Dantas 1 or 2 as a reference. Sanchez is a Roufusport product that possesses all of the striking fundamentals that Galavao is lacking, plus an enormous gas tank that allows for a high pace outing. Even @-250 Emmanuel Sanchez is worth a look. Sanchez has been involved in 7-straight decisions, but if you think the striking/cardio discrepancy will cause Galvao to fall before thew final bell, then Sanchez inside the distance @+240 is your ticket.

See how well your picks payoff by watching Bellator 175: Rampage vs. King Mo 2 tonight, live on Spike TV. The main card will begin at 9:00 P.M. ET with the prelims streaming online. Stay tuned to Bloody Elbow for all of your MMA event coverage, including interviews, analysis, results, and more!


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