Latest UFC 146 odds and betting lines for 'Dos Santos vs Mir' in Las Vegas


Sure, you already knew that Junior dos Santos was a huge favorite (-500) to win his UFC 146 headlining bout against Frank Mir on Saturday night (May 26, 2012) at the MGM Grand Garden Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, but did you know what kind of action you can get if this thing somehow goes to a draw?

How does +7000 sound?

Our fiscal friends at Bovada shared some of the odds and betting lines for the "Dos Santos vs. Mir pay-per-view (PPV) fight card this weekend and those of you looking to get creative with your coin won't be disappointed. For example, if you believe Mir can get "Cigano" to the ground and keep him there to squeak out a decision, the bookies will give you +1200.

Not too shabby.

Sorry, but if you think you're making money by predicting this heavyweight fight doesn't go to the judges' scorecards, you'll need to put up nearly $1000 to win $100. But that doesn't mean the headliners are the only ones worth betting on. The rest of the main card also has some intriguing match-ups.

See how the odds break down for each main card fight after the jump.

UFC 146 odds and betting lines:

Stefan Struve (-130)
Lavar Johnson (EVEN)

Stipe Miocic (-160)
Shane del Rosario (+130)

Roy Nelson (-210)
Dave Herman (+170)

Cain Velasquez (-380)
Antonio Silva (+290)

Junior Dos Santos (-500)
Frank Mir (+350)

Props for Junior Dos Santos vs. Frank Mir:

Junior Dos Santos wins inside distance (-350)

Junior Dos Santos wins by five round decision (+800)

Frank Mir wins inside distance (+450)

Frank Mir wins by five round decision (+1200)

Draw (+7000)

Yes (Fight completes 1 full round) +125
No (Fight does not complete 1 full round) -175

Yes (Fight goes the distance) +475
No (Fight does not go the distance) -950

See more "Dos Santos vs. Mir" odds and betting lines here, but you better do your homework before wagering. Click here for our comprehensive UFC 146 news archive.

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