Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by Roads55, Jan 8, 2016.
could we rename this thread to Official UFC fight night 83/ped thread?
Exactly what I said, you fucking idiot. I said I THINK IT WOULD BE BETTER, but never that it would be practical, in anyway. Did I ever say: Let's legalize all drugs. No. I just said that's the only way to level the playing field, as there will always be cheaters and people getting cheated.
I mean, are you brain dead?
At this point you gotta be misunderstand posts on purpose, because noone is this stupid. Can't believe I have actually wasted my time talking to an imbecile such as yourself.
Do you not understand basic english? That was in reference to Bisping being KO'ed by cheaters time and time again. How could you ever get that out of the sentence.. No basic english skills = No discussion. Rofl.
lmfao @ how mad you're getting. Just go back to the UFC section man
Hahaha, the classic "I'm not stupid, you just got trolled and you are mad!!" line.. I think the jury is out on your intelligence at this point, thanks for cementing that point. Oh and I will be staying right here, fading your bets is too good value. Keep doing your thing, idiot.
A gif reply. That's desperate, bro. Keep flipping them burgers.
Just stop, seriously. Whatever you think you're accomplishing, you aren't. Unless this actually does amuse you and if that's the case...it's time for a bit of self reflection. Insults get traded nonstop in the UFC forum but we've had no issues in the betting forum so can you just squash it please? "Keep flipping them burgers bro"? C'mon. You sound like you're 14 making stupid comments like that.
"Is it fair for someone to get his brain bashed in by somebody who is on drugs, while he has no ability to be."
the first part of the sentence i get but if anything that reference you made is one of the more prominent reasons why PED's shouldn't be legal. the second part of the sentence I honestly have no clue what you meant by "while he has no ability to be" and still don't tbh. maybe it's because I'm welsh, a country where the sentence "I'll be there now in a minute" makes perfect sense alas who cares, I'm dropping this anyway.
Cerrone -286 Betsafe. Good parlay fodder for Brunson or Bermudez.
Idk about Bermudez, I think Kawajiri can decision him if there isn't an USADA-effect.
Good point re USADA.
Both of them are suspect IMO but god damn is Kawajiri jacked for a guy his age (or any age for that matter).
Oh shit yeah even better point! Kawajiri is a throwback to the old days he has had good style fights in the UFC so far. I think Bermudez is a bit of a nightmare for him stylistically.
Opening odds -
Current odds -
Regarding Bermudez, i'll probably wait til weigh ins but if hes -250 or better i'll use him in a pretty big parlay. Horrible matchup for Kawajiri. Want to give Bermudez benefit of the doubt though, hes got that typical stout wrestler build so i'm not expecting him to look different.
Favorites on the left: (guesses)
Donald Cerrone vs. Alex Oliveira
Derek Brunson vs. Roan Carneiro
John Lineker vs. Cody Garbrandt
Dennis Bermudez vs. Tatsuya Kawajiri
Brandon Thatch vs. Siyar Bahadurzada
James Krause vs. Shane Campbell
Alex Garcia vs. Sean Strickland
Chris Camozzi vs. Joe Riggs
Daniel Sarafian vs. Oluwale Bamgbose
Trevor Smith vs. Leonardo Augusto Guimaraes
Marion Reneau vs. Ashlee Evans-Smith
Lauren Murphy vs. Sarah Moras
Anthony Hamilton vs. Shamil Abdurakhimov
Jonavin Webb vs. Nathan Coy
Who is Leonardo Guimaraes?
Like a lot of promising Brazilian fighters, "Leleco"'s career is both fairly young and very old. The 32-year old Brazilian fighter trains out of the Leonidas Gondim System gym in Bahia, Brazil. He started his career a decade ago, back in 2005, but only seems to have started fighting in earnest back in 2010. Leleco will be making his way to the UFC with a record of 11-1 (1 NC), his latest win coming over recently released UFC fighter Rick Monstro in June. He also has big wins over Jackson Naco and Cassio Jacare. His only career loss comes to Shooto Brazil champion Ismael de Jesus.
What you should expect:
Guimaraes seems to fit the mold of the BJJ grappler turned MMA striker to a fault. He's a wild brawler on the feet, whose best asset is probably his willingness to work to the body in combination and his ability to stay active when exhausted. He doesn't show anything resembling a wrestling game and instead seems to rely on opponent mistakes, or taking the back while standing to get advantageous grappling positions. Occasionally he can drag a fighter to the mat but it doesn't seem like there's much process to it. On the ground he's not a bad grappler and knows what to do with good positions when he gets them, but he doesn't seem to be an amazing submission talent either. There's essentially very little consistency to his game.
Oluwale Bamgbose (in for Sam Alvey vs. Daniel Sarafian) 5 weeks
Nathan Coy (in for Bryan Barberena vs. Jonavin Webb) 3 weeks
Alex Oliveira (in for Tim Means vs, Donald Cerrone) 1 week
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