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Monday, August 29, 2011

UFC 133 Betting Results

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Monday, August 15, 2011

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Saturday, August 6, 2011

UFC 133 Winners

As always we cashed over $3,000 for clients with our only bad play being underdog Phan who lost in a split decision. If he had won we would have made our clients betting $500 $12,275.00. Here are the results and winners from UFC 133: Natal beat Bradley Brown beat Phan Hendric beat Pierce Menjiva beat Pace Ebersol beat Hallman Mendes beat Yamya Gustafson beat Hamill Macdona beat Pyle Phillipp beat Rivera Belfort beat Akiyama

Thursday, August 4, 2011

UFC 133 Betting Picks

As always we invite our high net worth UFC Bettors to meet us out in Las Vegas to make big money with our Big Plays. ' UFC 133 Betting Preview It’s a great month for mixed martial arts as the UFC stages two cards in August, starting with this Saturday’s UFC 133 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia – next is UFC 134 at the end of the month in Rio de Janeiro. The main event on Saturday features a light heavyweight bout between Rashad Evans and former champion Tito Ortiz. It was originally supposed to be Phil Davis against Evans but Davis had to pull out injured. Then reportedly both Ortiz and Lyoto Machida turned down the chance to replace Evans before Ortiz had a change of mind. You have to give him credit as Ortiz will be fighting for the second time in a little more than a month. On July 2 at UFC 132, Ortiz (16-8-1) took a first-round submission win over Ryan Bader, a result that saved the 36-year-old's job. Leading up to the fight, UFC president Dana White made it clear Ortiz needed a win to continue his UFC career, having dropped four of his last five heading into that bout. Evans (15-1-1), a former light heavyweight champion himself, hasn't fought since earning a unanimous decision win over Quinton Jackson in May 2010 at UFC 114. Crowned the No. 1 contender following that fight, Evans was scheduled to face then-champion Mauricio Rua at UFC 128 last March but Rua required knee surgery. He was then set to face current champ Jon Jones, but that fight was scrapped due to an injury to Jones' thumb. This bout will be a rematch of a controversial draw between the two at UFC 73 in July 2007. Ortiz was penalized for grabbing the fence in the fight, which ultimately prevented him from taking a decision. Since the judges awarded Ortiz two of the three rounds, the deduction resulted in scores of 28-28 across the board. Thus Ortiz obviously would have won without the deduction. "Tito's gonna try and take me down, try some ground and pound. That was his game plan in the first fight, and I'll think he'll try that again,” Evans said "I'm that much faster than him, as long I keep moving at all times and use my speed, he'll be making a mistake stepping into the cage with me. I'm confident no matter where the fight goes. … There's no doubt in my mind I'll defeat Tito Ortiz. That I know for sure.” Evans opened as the -400 favorite at Bodog with Ortiz at +300 and those numbers haven’t changed. Ortiz has taken about 58 percent of the action thus far. Evans is 2-0 in his UFC career as the betting favorite while Ortiz is 1-3 as the betting underdog. When the last bout ended in a draw, the odds closed at Evans -105 and Ortiz at -125. White has said a victory for Evans means a title shot against the winner of the bout between Jones and Jackson at UFC 135 in late September and even hinted the same could be true for Ortiz. Saturday’s co-featured bout pits Vitor Belfort against Yoshihiro Akiyama in a middleweight contest. Belfort (19-9) enters the fight coming off of a first-round knockout loss to Anderson Silva at UFC 126 in early February. Prior to that he had won five fights in a row. Akiyama (13-3) is coming off back-to-back losses for the first time in his career and fighting for his UFC survival. He last fought Michael Bisping at UFC 120 last October. The betting on this bout has been very lopsided. Belfort opened at -275 but is now at -285 because he has taken more than 93 percent of the action. Akiyama moved from +215 to +225. Belfort is 1-0 as the betting favorite while Akiyama is 1-1 as the betting underdog.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Fedor Emelianenko vs. Dan Henderson Betting Preview

Fedor Emelianenko vs. Dan Henderson Betting Preview at Bodog
By Richard Gardner
Arguably the most popular and best MMA fighter who fights outside of the UFC faces what could be the final bout of his career on Saturday night at Sears Centre outside of Chicago when MMA legend Dan Henderson in a highly anticipated main event bout for Strikeforce/M-1 Global. This is the first time Emelianenko's promoter, M-1 Global, and Zuffa, which purchased Strikeforce in March and has operated the UFC since 2000, will join forces for an event.
For years, many considered the Russian Emelianenko the top heavyweight MMA fighter in the world. But the long-time Pride Fighting Championships titleholder enters off shocking back-to-back upsets. His submission loss to Fabricio Werdum in June 2010 was essentially over as soon as it began, and then Fedor was pounded for two one-sided rounds by Antonio Silva eight months later. At age 34, some are questioning whether Emelianenko is past his prime, and he did mention the “retirement” word after the loss to Silva.
Henderson expressed interest in challenging Emelianenko after the 40-year-old American captured Strikeforce's light heavyweight title against Rafael Cavalcante on March 5. That made him the second-oldest major champion in the history of the sport behind former UFC champ Randy Couture. Questions over this bout's contracted weight limit were laid to rest when Henderson (27-8), who campaigned the majority of his career at 185 and 205 pounds, said he would fight against Fedor, who ranked as MMA's top heavyweight from 2003 through 2010, at any weight -- but eventually the camps did agree to a 220-pound limit. As it was, Henderson was rather small for a light heavyweight. Thus he is used to fighting larger men in a career that stretches back to the early to ufc and Pride days. Because this is being fought at a catchweight of 220, Henderson’s light heavyweight title isn’t at stake.
After those consecutive losses, Emelianenko (31-3) was working to slim down anyhow. Still, Fedor will have the size advantage in the cage. However, he has usually fought between 230-235 pounds, so this would be the lightest weight he has fought at since winning the Pride heavyweight title in 2003. Fedor is also six years younger than Henderson, which can’t hurt.
"As far as his two losses, it might diminish it a little bit, but it probably re-motivated him to where he's going to come in shape and that's the Fedor I want to fight," Henderson said.
“The Last Emperor” Emelianenko opened as the -250 betting favorite at Bodog but is currently at -225 because he has taken more than 65 percent of the action. Henderson opened at +190 and is now at +185. Fedor is 4-2 as a betting favorite at Bodog but dropped those past two bouts as the favorite. Henderson is 0-2 as a betting underdog, but he hasn’t been one since UFC 82 in 2008 when he was beaten by Anderson Silva. A little more than 55 percent of parlays are active for Saturday’s fight.
The other main fight for Saturday’s card, which will air on Showtime and not pay-per-view, is between the ladies when Marloes Coenen (19-4) takes on Miesha Tate (11-2) for the bodog sportsbook women’s welterweight championship. Coenen and Tate view the match-up as a high-profile chance to convince their bosses to stick with women’s MMA, which hasn’t gained much traction as of yet. These two were supposed to fight in March, but Tate pulled out two weeks before the bout with an injured knee ligament. Coenen then struggled against last-minute replacement Liz Carmouche before defeating her in the fourth round.
Coenen opened as the -130 favorite but has taken a slight minority of the action and is down to -120. Tate moved from even money to -110; it’s the first time she has been an underdog.


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