(Looks like this year’s harvest will be even better.Ã‚Â Sanguis Bibimus! Corpus Edimus! Photo via Getty Images.)Ã‚Â This Saturday night, Cain Velasquez will attempt to make WILL MAKE the first title defense of his career in his second term as UFC heavyweight champion when he rematches Antonio Bigfoot Silva, Mark Hunt will look to continueÃ‚Â WILL CONTINUE his Cinderella run in the co-main event against former HW champ Junior Dos Santos, and a possible #1 contenderÃ‚Â the next lightweight title contender WILL BE DECIDED in the sure-to-be-brawl between Gray Maynard and T.J. Grant. Whew. With one of the strongests undercards (on paper) in what feels like an eternity,Ã‚Â UFC 160Ã‚Â is primed to become, at the very least, a night chock full of wild finishes andÃ‚Â entertainingÃ‚Â scraps that will leave *no fan* unsatisfied. I really hope I’m not overselling it.Ã‚Â Anyway, join us now as we try to underline the right favorites and highlight some possible underdogs in the hopes of finding that ever-elusive payout for UFC 160. The gambling lines, as always, come courtesy of BestFightOdds. Undercard bouts: Brian Bowles (-280) vs. George Roop (+240) Having only lost twice, to Urijah Faber and injuryweight world championÃ‚Â Dominick Cruz, Bowles comes in as a healthy -280 favorite (and rightfully so) against the woefully inconsistent George Roop. Roop is coming off a less than convincing win over Reuben Duran in his return to bantamweight, whereas his opponent is looking to get back on the short list of top contenders in the division. Bowles should be able to close the distance on Roop and get this fight to the mat, where we may see a submission victory for the former WEC champion. Bowles makes the parlay at -140 and the prop bet that he is able to end things before the final bell.