Pat Barry vs Stefan Struve odds for UFC on Versus 6 fight


Lanky Dutch kickboxer Stefan Struve is fighting heavyweight fan-favorite Pat Barry this Saturday night (Oct. 1) at UFC on Versus 6 from the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.

That's the tall and short of it.

Struve (21-5) strung together back-to-back wins over Christian Morecraft (UFC 117) and Sean McCorkle (UFC 124) before getting knocked clean out by Travis Browne at the UFC 130 pay-per-view over the Memorial Day Weekend.

The "Skyscraper" is 5-3 under the Zuffa banner and widely considered one of the division's brighter prospects at just 23 years-old.

But his legs could be a prime target for the stocky strikes of Barry (6-3), who has finished three of his six wins via thunderous leg kicks, and that leaves Struve as a +160 underdog for this weekend's slugfest.

Barry was on the cusp of a dominating win over Cheick Kongo at UFC on Versus 4 earlier this year. That is, until "HD" recklessly charged in like a bloodthirsty banshee and got put to sleep.

Cheick, mate.

The shocking defeat dropped the New Orleans native to 3-3 inside the Octagon, but did little to diminish his fan appeal -- or his -195 betting line.

Anyone plunking down some coin in this titanic tilt?

For more UFC on Versus 6 odds and betting lines check out odds aggregate Odds Shark by clicking here.

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