ASK COUSIN GABE: UFC FIGHT NIGHT 110 EDITIONCat:未分類
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In this variant, I insure UFC Fight Night 110 in Auckland, New Zealand.
What’s your fav prop for FN110? -V, Los Angeles, CA At present, Mark Hunt in Round One (+375) offers the best value, in my opinion, since I think that is the most probable outcome to that heavyweight matchup.
After Lewis knocks out Hunt, does he get a title shot or that Francis Ngannou fight everyone is talkin about?” -Baltimore, Tiger, MD
As I mentioned in my answer to the prior question, I am of the belief that Hunt will put Derrick Lewis off in this competition. However, if Lewis come out victorious, I wouldn’t despise either matchup. Cain Velasquez is still recovering from injury, thus there is no actual No. 1 competitor. I’d understand seeing Lewis jump straight to a title shot, and that I would also understand him being pitted against Ngannou at a title eliminator matchup. As I said though, I do not anticipate this to be a sensible dilemma, as I believe Hunt will finish his losing skid with a knockout victory in Auckland.
Hello, sir. What do you think about my Lewis, Cutelaba, Elliott & Volkanovski parlay? Thanks. -Stuart, Del Rio It definitely has possibility of hitting — they are four gambling favorites in the end. However, like I said in my answers to the two previous questions, I think Hunt will win that fight. As for Cutelaba, I prefer him to win but believe he is too overpriced at his current offering price of -290 to use him for a parlay piece. I believe Ben Nguyen is a live puppy in his matchup against Tim Elliott, and that struggle isn’t a bet for me. I am just playing with the Over in that one, and Volkanovski of class I enjoy a lot. In conclusion, I don’t like the parlay, but I can see it hitting.
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