On Saturday, the UFC is set to debut on network television with it's first of (hopefully) many events on the Fox network: UFC On Fox 1: Velasquez vs. Dos Santos. The main event will feature California native Cain Velasquez defending his heavyweight title against Brazilian Junior dos Santos, a fight which will comprise the entirety of the televised portion of the card.
We've got some odds for you, courtesy of OddsShark, for the entire night of fights, though. The preliminary card is headlined by a lightweight tilt between Clay Guida and Ben Henderson, and also features an excited matchup between Dustin Poirier and Pablo Garza. Both of the latter two fights will be on Fox Deportes, and the entire preliminary card can be seen on Facebook or FoxSports.com.
That being said, the lines aren't all that attractive for this night of fights. The only sure-loser at this point, in this writer's eyes, is Alex Caceres, who is just ... just awful. Dos Santos is the underdog and since the main event is so close, that's obviously something that could be attractive. We're going to use the Bodog odds.
Cain Velasquez (9-0) -200 vs. Junior Dos Santos (13-1) +160
Preliminary Card (Facebook/FoxSports.com)
Ben Henderson (14-2) -250 vs. Clay Guida (29-11) +195
Pablo Garza (11-1) +220 vs. Dustin Poirier (10-1) -280
Norifumi Yamamoto (18-4, 1 NC) -370 vs. Darren Uyenoyama (6-3) +280
Ricardo Lamas (10-2) -140 vs. Cub Swanson (15-4) +110
Clay Harvison (9-3) +220 vs. DaMarques Johnson (12-9) -280
Robert Peralta (15-3) +100 vs. Mackens Semerzier (6-3) -130
Paul Bradley (18-3) +265 vs. Mike Pierce (12-4) -350
Aaron Rosa (16-4) -140 vs. Matt Lucas (14-2) +110
Alex Caceres (5-4) +230 vs. Cole Escovedo (17-8) -300