You've got nil proof of any of your claims. If you're so confident in what you do, prove anything at all. You've made some good calls on your umpteenth Sherdog account, but there's no form of actual tracking. My ML stats are just as good as my prop stats, and the MMA market is so consistently inefficient it's best to play as many per card in order to eliminate variance as much as possible. You talk a lot of shit for somebody who's consistently provided essentially no evidence of their abilities. I've got a demonstrable 19% ROI on ML plays over the last 13 months or so, with an averge size of <2u. You claim a 20% return with zero proof whatsoever, and delete accounts whenever you get banned for being a pissant, or get one of your big picks wrong. Make a tracker if you're so confident. Fraud touts are an issue, of course, but most of them rely on the 1-2 plays per card model and thus get struck down by wild variance swings. MMA is volatile enough as a sport that it's rarely worth going 5u+ on anybody. Who do you think is at the top of betmma? I'd argue there's nobody with my ROI or consistency over a truly meaningful sample size, especially when you cancel out those that have half of their units profit off hitting one +1000 prop-parlay when they first genned their account. There's a lot of shit in the MMA tout business, but I makea point of being affordable ($14 a week, as opposed to $100-odd I've seen from some of the bigger servies) and not wildly overpromising. I've got the best results over any 200+ sample size, my graph doesn't look like a dude having a heart attack unlike most of the people that randomly surface with a better ROI after fluking a week or two and then go back to shit quicksmart. Please spare me your response in the form of a video of a tout telling us about the secret cabal of 'sharps 'that play 6-figures per play and who are all pulling in 7-figures a year, that you could join by just paying him a few hundred of your dollars a week. I play mid-hundred units because I feel it's the best spot for my psychological wellbeing. I've worked in fields where I've played financial instruments that've had multiple-thousands on the line in the blink of an eye, and I'd rather pull a comfortable income from it than have to shit myself every time variance swings against me.