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TUF 24 Finale - Mighty Mouse vs Elliot - Vegas

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  1. EzFlyer Titanium Belt

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    Dont have the odds, but I'll fade Maynard vs anyone...
     
  3. Tebowned Boise Dime.

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    Be careful.

    On gray's losing streak he lost people who had the ability to hurt him.
    He lost to a 6'3 welterweight Yakolev.
    Ross Pearson, Nate Diaz, and TJ grant all have good boxing.


    Ryan Hall is the better grappler but gray still has good takedown defense and can sprawl and brawl.
    Hall's stiking is pretty meh.

    I'd probably bet on the underdog for action but no strong lean either way. Too many ?s
     
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    I think this is a fight gray could win even tho hes shot to pieces. Hall is sooo one dimensional. Gray struggles with strikers
     
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    Hall gonna hit that imanari roll to heel hook so fast Gray's gonna be like "wha...."
     
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    anybody see Cejudo beating Joe B?
     
  7. OneWarrior1 Brown Belt

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    I lean cejudo. Over too.
     
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    Benavidez is a much improved striker and tough to grapple with. I see benavidez winning a decision.
     
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    I am very interested in what the openers are for Ellenberger Vs Masvidal & Hall Vs Maynard. Also really like Rob Font Vs Perez.
     
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    Hope you're right. I like the value on my 2u on Cejudo at +180.
     
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    Gosh I just couldn't imagine putting 200 on cejudo. He's such an unlikable and corny dude and I also think he will lose

    I like no love and rumble as underdogs tho.
     
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    I like Cejudo as the dog too.

    I like Masvidal too. He's low output is a concern and he doesn't really whack, but his stand up is better than Jake's and Jake won't be able to use his wrestling.
     
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    Cejudo is Olympic trained boxer yet had problems with Chico. I don't know much about jb, but hopefully cejudo can forward press and blanket him
     
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    Edit, I think it was golden gloves and not olympic
     
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    Hall has that deadly heel hook
     
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    Got that over 2.5 in benavidez cejudo as a decider in a parlay. Benavidez should take that one via decision. I would take a shot at hall at +odds
     
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    I have a very hard time seeing Cejudo winning this. Overall, Benavidez is the better grappler and has so much better finishing ability. Standing, Benavidez has more power and a more diverse attack. Also factor in that Benavidez has gone 5 and faced much better competition. I figured he'd be more in the -250 to -300 range here.
     
  18. EzFlyer Titanium Belt

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    Cejudo has never even hurt anyone in his ufc career.
     
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    I like Cejudo in this one, he will take down Benavidez any time he wants.
     
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    On paper for me Cejudo has the better boxing and wrestling.

    He's definitely the bigger guy and should have the reach advantage.

    Joe B has more experience in MMA, more cage time, harder hitter, and better submission artist.

    Cardio is about even to me.
    This is a big test for both guys and will likely solidify the number 2 fighter in the division which Joe B has held on so tight too.

    Joe b has only lost to Cruz and Johnson who IMO were superior strikers and wrestlers over joe B.

    If Cejudo can mix both striking and wrestling and avoids the guillotine I think he takes a decision. Big if though.

    But no way will I pay juice to the lesser striker and wrestler if only on paper.
     
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