Vitor Belfort vs Yoshihiro Akiyama odds for UFC 133 fight on Aug. 6

How sexy is the betting line for the UFC 133 co-main event?

Well, that depends on who you're picking. Vitor Belfort (19-9), who will throw down against Yoshihiro Akiyama (13-3) on the main card of the "Evans vs. Ortiz II" pay-per-view (PPV) on Aug. 6 in Philadelphia, PA, is a "Phenomenal" -300 favorite.

That leaves "Sexyama" an appealing +250 underdog.

The Brazilian is the odds-on favorite despite suffering from foot-and-mouth disease thanks to Anderson Silva and his fight-ending, Steven Seagal-inspired, front kick back at UFC 126.

His "Spider" bite snapped a win streak of five that included four brutal (T)KO stoppages.

Akiyama will enter the cage on a two-fight skid, having dropped consecutive bouts to middleweight mashers Chris Leben and Michael Bisping, respectively.

However, the former K-1 bad boy has earned himself "Fight of the Night" honors in all three of his Octagon appearances. That's a track record that speaks for itself.

And with the speedy -- and powerful -- hands possessed by Belfort, a fourth straight bonus award isn't out of the picture. Excited?

You should be.

Vitor Belfort (-300) vs. Yoshihiro Akiyama (+250) at UFC 133. Who ya' got and why?

To see the "Evans vs. Ortiz II" odds and betting lines plus all the action for the upcoming UFC and Strikeforce events click here.

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