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UFN 92 - Caceres vs Rodriguez - Utah

Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by EzFlyer, Jul 30, 2016.

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  1. Jae Gibbz Black Belt

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  2. Jae Gibbz Black Belt

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    Man I freaking love Ishihara, but he isn't a guy I trust as a 2:1 fav or bigger
     
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    Thank you very much man, that's really kind words, appreciate it!
     
  4. mkess101 Not the hero he deserves, but the hero he needs

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    Yeah him too. That was 20 years ago LOL but yeah the point back then wasn't to look that shredded obviously and I did eat tons of carbs. I was still pretty ripped back then but not sure no matter my diet if I ever could have looked like that LOL.
     
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    Loll this is great, but I'd say Ishihara is just a bit more playful than this dude calling everyone a :eek::eek::eek: and showing off his gang leader scars
     
  6. Joseph Budden Banned Banned

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    Yeah I'm honestly kind of worried. Had a bit of confidence increase when I heard Gutierrez trains below elevation, but the line is off on this fight for sure
     
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    it's the best camozzi has ever looked, actually
     
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    never go all in - i agree, this is a great spot. ponz is my favorite play on the card.. so 4 or 5 units is justified, but shit happens.. don't lose your shirt
     
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    you ever see court fight? :) he doesn't sit down on his punches and he has doesnt really look for subs. in fact he had 7 decisions in a row before losing to ponz.. and the other two ufc fights prior to that both went pretty deep, too.

    couple that with steele, who has been to the third round or late second 9 of his last 11 fights...

    also, while steele has been ko'd in the first 4 times.. mcgee isn't a rd 1 KO threat.. and once he's into the fight, he has never been put away

    steele also has no sub ability.. and court has only been ko'd by ponz in his career..

    o2.5 is justified, very much
     
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    Increased my play on Steele to 3.5 units biggest play of the night
     
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    It seems like a lot of people think these guys are at similar level of technical ability. Purely in terms of power they are similar, but to me Gutierrez is a far less efficient, far slower, and a far more flat footed striker. Ishi has that trickster style of striking (similar to guys like Anderson Silva) that throws people off their game. It's tough to replicate in sparring.
     
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    I'm on Camozzi and Yair by sub.

    May throw 1u on Ponz as well.
     
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    The Steele and Ponz talk convinced me to bet on them.

    I wish I would've listened to you guys about Woodley in rd 1
     
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    I'd be very reluctant to be on Steele...Court has shown amazing cardio in every fight I've seen him in, Steele needed a towel to make weight, so he cuts A LOT of weight, and this fight is at altitude.

    I wouldn't take Court @ the current moneyline, but I can see Court losing r1 and edging out r2 and winning r3 with ease.
     
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    Agree completely. If it wasnt for the cardio concern id have parlayed ishi hard. Not as good but remInds me of horiguchi.
     
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    Ponz -110 dog come fight time?
     
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    Definitely looking like it
     
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    Steele is getting hammered + Pesta, Novelli, and Cummings are getting bet
     
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    Just watch the fake weigh ins. Man, has Pesta ever looked this good?
     
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    I'm also thinking about throwing a little coin on Steele. You guys recommend his money line or should I just do KO?
     
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