UFC 160 is at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas this Saturday. We haven’t been treated to a solid card in awhile, but the fight card this weekend is stacked. The main event for the UFC Heavyweight Championship should be an absolute war. You can bet on all of the UFC 160 action at America’s Bookie.
UFC 160 Fight Odds
• Cain Velasquez (11-1) -800 vs. Antonio Silva (18-4) +550
• Junior Dos Santos (15-2) -420 vs. Mark Hunt (9-7) +335
• Glover Teixeira (20-2) -300 vs. James Te Huna (16-5) +250
• Gray Maynard (11-1-1) -210 vs. T.J. Grant (20-5) +175
• Donald Cerrone (19-5) -300 vs. continue
Trained by Ian Wilkes, the 5-year-old worked five furlongs in 59 4/5 seconds
with Hall of Fame jockey Calvin Borel in the saddle. Fort Larned galloped out
six furlongs in 1:11 4/5, seven in 1:24 2/5 and a mile in 1:38 3/5.
“The horse is doing great,” Wilkes said. “He worked very well this morning.
Calvin did me a favor and worked him this morning, but Brian (jockey Brian
Hernandez Jr.) won’t be taking off. (Hernandez) will have the mount (in the
When IBF super middleweight champion Carl Froch and WBA super middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler fight, more than their respective titles will be on the line.
Bragging rights between the two proud and talented champions mean just as much as the belts at stake.
This is the rematch of an exciting fight that took place in April 2010. Kessler won the first meeting in his homeland of Denmark.
The rematch will be held in Froch’s backyard at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London.
Froch would love to even the score in his country but Kessler is determined to prove he’s the better man, continue
The third-seeded Monaco posted a 6-4, 6-3 triumph for his eighth career title,
improving to 8-9 all-time in finals. He won four times last year, but had
struggled for most of 2013 with a 10-11 match record and a semifinal
appearance in Houston his best result entering the final French Open tune-up.
Monaco did not drop a set this week and on Saturday broke Nieminen for a 5-4
lead before holding serve to win the first set. The 29-year-old Argentine then
Perhaps the most ironic element when looking at the way Joe Paterno lost his job as Penn State’s football coach after 46 seasons is that as a young man, he had his eyes set on law school.
The fallout in 2011 from the child sex-abuse scandal involving Jerry Sandusky, who was an assistant on Paterno’s Penn State staff until 1999, prompted the university’s Board of Trustees to fire Paterno, then 84, with three games left in the regular season.
Paterno, who died Sunday at 85, was criticized for not going to law enforcement in 2002 once he was told by then-graduate assistant continue