For the most part expect the favorites to win their fights - with two exceptions - Andrei Arlovski is facing a fellow Russian Sergei Karitonov. Sergei has been quite inactive in the last three years Although he has some big wins he has some glaring losses, I think Arlovski is a decent value as a dog. Second is Ray Sefo against Valentijn Overeem (Alistair's brother) who has a record of 28-25...that says a lot. Ray is inexperienced in MMA but has tons of experience in kickboxing (56-21) and boxing (5-1). Sefo's size and striking should make the difference.


Antonio Silva (+350) vs Fedor Emelianenko (-345)
Sergei Kharitonov (-120) vs Andrei Arlovski (+110)
*Arlovski is decent dog bet*
Lavar Johnson (+175) vs Shane Del Rosario (-185)

Marc Stevens (+160) vs John Cholish (-175)
Ray Sefo (+145 ) vs Valentijn Overeem (-150)
*Sefo is a good dog bet - Alistair's brother is not a winning fighter
Chad Griggs (+205) vs Gian Villante (-240)

Kevin Roddy (+180) vs Jason Mclean (-200)
Josh Laberge (+200) vs Anthony Leone (-220)
John Salgado (+275) vs Igor Gracie (-255)

Futures betting lines to win the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix from . You must get your bets in before the first event starts if you want to pick an overall winner. Werdum is worth a thought at this price, but Fedor truly is the most likely to make it to the top.

Fedor Emelianenko +170
Alistair Overeem +180
Josh Barnett +350
Andrei Arlovski +950
Fabricio Werdum +1200
Antonio Silva +1800
Sergei Kharitonov +2000
Brett Rogers +2200

Reserve fighters
Shane Del Rosario +3200
Valentijn Overeem +3500
Lavar Johnson +4000
Ray Sefo +5200
Any Fighter Not Listed +3500

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