Latest UFC odds and betting lines for UFC 129: 'St. Pierre vs Shields' on April 30

If you're one of the few guys outside the Cesar Gracie camp that thinks Jake Shields can beat Georges St. Pierre in their UFC 129 title fight on April 30 in Toronto, you might want to "Rush" over to and grab his +325 line before it moves.

And for all you Canadian strap hangers, GSP is a cool -450 favorite for the "St. Pierre vs. Shields" main event.

Also jumping out to a sizable lead is Brazilian bone-breaker Jose Aldo.  "Junior's" mint at -500 while his opponent Mark "The Machine" Hominick is in dire need of an oil can at +350.

And what's this? Can it be? "Captain America" may be demoted to Second Lieutenant based on his betting line against Brazilian urinator Lyoto Machida.

Check that one out along with the latest UFC 129 odds and betting lines (- = favorite; + = underdog) after the jump:

Georges St. Pierre
-450 BET NOW
Jake Shields
+325 BET NOW
Jose Aldo
-500 BET NOW
Mark Hominick
+350 BET NOW
Lyoto Machida
-350 BET NOW
Randy Couture
+250 BET NOW
Ben Henderson
-135 BET NOW
Mark Bocek
+105 BET NOW


Remember that will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of UFC 129 beginning with the PPV telecast at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 30, 2011. In addition, we will deliver up-to-the-minute quick results of all the under card action much earlier on fight night.

For the current UFC 129 fight card and line-up click here.

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