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#7401 Scrim

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:27 AM

Where are you guys seeing -550?
I am literally all in at -550. Advantage Players in Vegas are probably sprinting to the sports book right now.
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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:32 AM

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:51 AM

bet365 has him at -600

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:54 AM

bet365 also has "Mayweather by KO, TKO, or DQ" at -150, which seems really good. Go watch Mayweather Vs Gotti from 2005 if you haven't seen it. That's exactly how I see this fight going. Floyd doesn't really have KO power, but the ref may just stop the fight at some point because Connor is getting battered. Or, Connor could panic at some point when he realizes he has zero chance to win and do something stupid and get DQ'd.

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 01:18 PM

Going all in.
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Posted 21 June 2017 - 02:20 PM

For an idea of how welcome 165 will be, Al Iaquinta, on a 5 fight win streak, is 8-1 in the UFC going back to 2013.

He is #11 in UFC rankings for 155, even after beating the guy who is ranked #4 at 170.
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Posted 21 June 2017 - 05:13 PM

View PostDubey, on 21 June 2017 - 08:47 AM, said:

Connor's odds are equivalent to: (odds of Mayweather having a heart attack or stroke on stage)+(odds that the fight is fixed/thrown by Floyd) + (1 in a million chance that Connor actually beats Floyd straight up)

I'll take a hard under on 1/219


This is a boxing match between arguably the greatest boxer of all time who has never really come close to losing against a guy who literally isn't even a professional boxer. -550 is an egregious line. There must be money coming in on Connor at +400, which is insane.

Naw.

1. Some of Mayweather's toughest moments were against unorthodox, weird style fighters. Also, lefties aren't easy for him.
2. He's only had 49 fights, many of which he was much younger, and he has been stunned.
3. McGregor, despite being far, far outclassed as a boxer, has all of the qualities that tick these boxes.
4. In a combat sport 219 times is a lot of times.

Sooner or later Mayweather would duck or weave at just the wrong time and take one of McGregor's very powerful and very fast lefts coming from an odd angle, full on, and go to sleep.

But if you want to bet me 2190 dollars against my 10, I'll make that bet.
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Posted Yesterday, 09:15 PM

That Bellator PPV wrapped up. It was good.
The UFC should be nervous about Bellator getting their shit together and putting together compelling PPV cards because there are only so many MMA PPV bucks to go around and for the first time, Bellator had my interest as a PPV entity.

https://en.wikipedia....2FBellator_180

The biggest story has to be hype-train conductor Aaron Pico getting submitted in 24 seconds by a 33 year old journeyman Zach Freeman who hit him once, slapped on the guillotine and that was that. The fight was considered such a slant that most sites weren't even booking it.

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With the wins: Sonnen over Silva, Mitrione knocked Fedor out, Primus beat Chandler via foot injury, Lima beat Lorenz Larkin and Bader beat Phil Davis by a marginal splitter.
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Posted Yesterday, 10:04 PM

Hendricks, now fighting at Middleweight, can't even make 185, misses weight, admits to running 102 fever today...

Boetsch at +130 might not be a bad flier.
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Posted Yesterday, 10:15 PM

Yeah, that Bellator card wasn't bad.
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