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UFC 144: Early Odds and Predictions for the Fight Card

The UFC's highly anticipated return to Japan is less than a week away. It is the UFC's first trip to Japan since December of 2000, and the Japanese fans are being rewarded for their patience by being treated to a stacked card in UFC 144. Now it's time to take a look at the odds, breakdown the fights and make some predictions for the upcoming action at the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo.
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