UFC 106 Forrest Griffin vs. Tito Ortiz II Odds – Bet MMA Fight Lines

Event: UFC 106
Location: Las Vegas

Venue: Mandalay Bay Events Center

Broadcast: Pay-per-view

The UFC 106 event, which will take place on November 21 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Confirmed for the card is a headlining matchup between UFC veterans Tito Ortiz (15-6-1 MMA, 14-6-1 UFC) and Forrest Griffin meet in a light-heavyweight contest.

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In 2006 Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin met in the Octagon for the first time in a epic battle that ended in a split decision. Now 3 years later, on Nov. 21st they will face off again at UFC 106. The Huntington Beach Bad Boy will be looking to make a immediate impact as he steps into the octagon for the first time since a May 2008 decision loss to Lyoto Machida.

Griffin, meanwhile, looks to bounce back from a humbling loss to middleweight champion Anderson Silva at UFC 101.

Ortiz last competed on May 24th, 2008 at “UFC 84: Ill Will” where he was thoroughly dominated by Lyoto Machida, although Ortiz almost caught Machida in a triangle choke as the final horn sounded.

Anthony Johnson vs. Josh Koscheck

Welterweights Anthony Johnson and Josh Koscheck are expected to co-headline UFC 106. It’s an imperative welterweight matchup for both wrestlers as each looks to climb the steep 170-pound ladder.

Josh Koscheck (13-4 MMA, 11-4 UFC) and Anthony Johnson (8-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) have agreed to fight each other in a welterweight bout on short notice at UFC 106, beefing up a card that became one of the UFC’s weakest recent pay-per-view shows when Brock Lesnar pulled out with an illness.

Koscheck looks to re-establish himself among the welterweight division’s top contenders after a recent 2-2 stretch in his past four fights. In his most recent contest, Koscheck earned a quick TKO win over Frank Trigg at UFC 103 in September. He also suffered losses to Paulo Thiago (TKO) and Thiago Alves (unanimous decision) during that stretch.

Johnson is coming off a dominant performance of Yoshiyuki Yoshida at UFC 104, a fight which would have given him the Knockout of the Night honors if he had not missed weight by five pounds. “Rumble” seemed demoralized by his weight issues and will no doubt look at this fight as a clear shot at redemption.

The official results for UFC 106 were:

Forrest Griffin def. Tito Ortiz via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)

Josh Koscheck def. Anthony Johnson via submission (rear naked choke) — Round 2, 4:47

Paulo Thiago def. Jacob Volkmann via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira def. Luiz Cane via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 1:56

Amir Sadollah def. Phil Baroni via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Ben Saunders def. Marcus Davis via KO (knee) – Round 1, 3:24

Kendall Grove def. Jake Rosholt via submission (triangle choke) – Round 1, 3:59

Brian Foster def. Brock Larson via TKO (strikes) — Round 2, 3:25

Fabricio Camoes vs. Caol Uno – majority draw (29-27 28-28 28-28)

George Sotiropoulos def. Jason Dent via submission (armbar) – Round 2, 4:36

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