On November 4th at Madison Square Garden in New York Canada’s own Georges St-Pierre will be making his comeback after a four year hiatus from the UFC and mixed marshal arts. In 2013 GSP decided to take a mental leave from the UFC despite being the UFC’s franchise fighter and winning his last 12 fights. GSP left the middle weight division up for grabs in 2013 but it appears he is ready to return and take back what was his. GSP has also publicly stated that if he loses this fight he will most likely retire. Many people in the media are speculating that things are being set up for a mega fight between GSP and McGregor down the road. But Dana White says both fighters have some business to take care of before anything like that can be suggested.
Bottom line is UFC 217 should do very well and its great to have such a legendary fighter representing Canada back in the ring. Sportsbooks have this as a even money fight. Its fair to say you could see action going both ways. Those odds are pretty generous for a guy who has been out of the sport for so long. But GSP is a meticulous fighter who doesn’t rush into any decisions without having a game plan ready.
The odds below for every fight at UFC 217 come from Bet365 sportsbook. In addition to the “Win Odds” Bet365 is offering a wide range of props on the GSP fight including, Round Betting, Over Under Rounds, and method of Victory among others. When it comes to UFC betting Bet365 is worth taking a look at.
Michael Bisping (1.90) vs Georges St Pierre (1.90)
Jorge Masvidal (2.50) vs Stephen Thompson (1.57)
Johny Hendricks (3.25) vs Paulo Borrachinha (1.36)
Joanna Jedrzejczyk (1.16) vs Rose Namajunas (5.50)
Cody Garbrandt (1.57) vs TJ Dillashaw (2.50)
Walt Harris (1.25) vs Mark Godbeer (4.00)
Randy Brown (1.90) vs Mickey Gall (1.90)
Michael Oleksiejczuk (5.00) vs Ion Cutelaba (1.18)
James Vick (2.37) vs Joseph Duffy (1.61)