Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by EzFlyer, Jan 7, 2016.
It's -333 @ Betsafe and -300 Betvictor if you use them books.
I use them now. Appreciate the heads up
Sure I'd agree Conor is better at takedowns but really is Conor even going to entertain going to the mat voluntarily with Nate? Conor in Nate's guard is a BIG advantage for Nate and Conor knows it. Conor is an intelligent fighter and is almost surely going to try to keep it standing any way he can. Plus Nate is just naturally bigger. Sometimes that overcomes technique.
Nate has judo throws and clinch trips, he's attempted and hit many in his career. I will be surprised if Conor even goes for a takedown, but we'll see
Just watched lawlors last two fights why is he fighting at lhw - lazyness? Kuiper was easily stuffing all his td attempts and took him down three times in r1 and that was at mw. I can see corey taking this to the mat if he wants to he will have a big size advantage. Confidence increase in corey for me.
starting to like a play finally on tate-holm. (i hate my tate opener ML bet, but it's only a half unit)
i'm liking the over(s). o3.0 -155 might be my favorite. but o2.5 -200, o3.0 -155, etc, up to goes 5 rounds at slight +odds
miesha gets hit a lot but she keeps coming. i think holm fights a cautious fight, like MOST of her mma fights (and boxing lol) in her career have been. keeping opponent at range, not committing to much. ronda just threw herself into shit non-stop. don't think holm changed that much.
Conor/Nate No Glove Touch all the way back down to -280 this morning? Did one of them make a statement about this online? Couldn't resist, hit it to win $50.
O/U 85 Sig strikes now available in 5d as well
What do you mean now available on 5D as well? Isn't that the only place that specific prop (over/under 85½) is being offered?
I assume he feels he has a speed advantage at that weight, his power will carry up (which it did against Villante). Could definitely be a case of laziness or him disliking the weight cut/feeling drained by it. Agree with you though, Anderson should have a big size and strength advantage and be able to dictate where the fight takes place. Andersons cardio looked good in his last two fights though after tiring against Villante and I can't see him spending ages on the feet and getting caught. I think he takes down and controls Lawlor and wins a clear decision. Lawlor has some decent chokes and I think that's probably the only way he wins, snatching a guillotine when Anderson takes him down. Probably goes a lot like Zhang Tiequan's fight against Darren Elkins though; not attempt to defend the takedown, try to latch onto a guillotine, fail to get it and spend most of the round on his back.
Yeah you are right. I was checking it from bestfightodds.com and they just added those lines under 5d
yea, sirkratos - bfo was slow to update all of this stuff, they had insane movement on all of those props yesterday, check the last couple pages of this thread
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