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This service has helped me change my life for the better, both financially and the enjoyment I get from MMA. I am now betting for a living. I highly recommended this service. Last year, these two fought in a war, abbreviated by illegal kicks from Alvarez.
Up to then, Poirier was getting the better of Alvarez. Now, over a year later, fans will be treated to what should be a highly-entertaining rematch. Can Poirier continue what he started in the first fight? Or will the veteran ex-champ Alvarez dig into his deep bag of tricks and come up with one of his special performances? Loot breaks the action down here!
The ex-champ needs something positive in his career after a period of inactivity and some undesirable results of late. A win here could do the trick, as Ivanov is a well-regarded fighter with deep credentials. Can dos Santos score another violent win or will the well-accomplished Ivanov serve notice that he is the future?
Loot breaks down the main event in this article. UFC Fight Night Miocic is on a big roll, coming off his UFC record 3rd defense of his belt, a win over favored challenger Francis Ngannou. He looks to add another key win to his growing resume. But standing in his way is a real handful in pound champion Daniel Cormier.
Giving Cormier's title hopes some extra steam is the fact that he fought successfully at heavyweight before, scoring some impressive wins against the UFC's big men. Loot breaks down this battle of UFC champions in this article and gives his betting pick. Holloway, 26, is on a run of 12 straight wins, including two wins over Jose Aldo that helped galvanize his championship credentials.
But to continue as champion, he must eschew the challenge of the Ortega, In stopping all his UFC opponents, Ortega has shown himself to be an ultra-dangerous and versatile performer. Will Holloway keep the streak alive or is Ortega up to the challenge?
Loot breaks down the action and offers his pick in this analysis. Can the powerful fists of the champion keep her rolling or are we due for another surprise, which the ladies seem to provide at an accelerated rate? In the co-main event, top middleweights Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza and Kelvin Gastelum will duke it out to see who can poke their head out in a crowded top of the pound weight class.
Loot breaks down these fights and offers his picks in this article. Khabib is undefeated and has been dominant, but Ferguson is his toughest opponent to date and we'll see what he can come up with in what should be a corker. Namajunas beat "Joanna Champion" in the first round of their first fight and the rematch promises to be an interesting and spirited affair. Loot breaks down both title fights and gives his betting picks in this article.
UFC from Perth features a tremendous middleweight main event, with former champion Luke Rockhold taking on feared contender Yoel Romero. Granted, the fall-out of champ Robert Whittaker, who was scheduled to take on Rockhold, was a letdown. But with Romero filling in, fans should expect a well-contested and entertaining pound bout in this one. Romero needs a win at age 40 after losing to Whittaker in his last fight and will take on his older and more well-rounded champion opponent.
What happens in these two title fights? Will the champions thrive or will we see a changing of the guard in these title fights? Loot breaks down the action in this article! Loot breaks down both of these UFC title fights in this article, while offering his betting selections on both fights. UFC from Edmonton features a top-heavy bill with two title fights headlining the event. Both fights create interesting betting scenarios and in this article, Loot breaks down both fights and offers his betting selections.
UFC is topped by the return of former champion Jon Jones, as he tries to reclaim his belt from Daniel Cormier in the main event.
These two fought before about 2. But since then, it's been mostly problems for Jones, while Cormier keeps racking up the big championship wins. And with Jones not looking all that great in his last outing, some rightfully feel that things could look a little different in the rematch. In this article, Loot breaks down the fight and explores whether things will appreciably change or if Jones is ready to get back to the business of being champion again.
Nunes has been on a roll, but these two had a close fight before she won the title and it should again be a good and well-contested match-up.
Also on the card, pounders Yoel Romero and Robert Whitakker battle for the interim middleweight title in what should be a high-impact war between streaking middleweight contenders. Check out Loot's breakdown and picks here!
UFC is such a stacked card that we needed two separate write-ups to really cover it. In this piece, Loot handicaps and picks the winners of two really big fights that are in the middle of the main card. These two have a history that goes back over a decade and with one win apiece in the rivalry, this will settle issues between the two. Loot also breaks down the pivotal welterweight bout between ex-champ Robbie Lawler and popular longtime contender Donald Cerrone.
Check it out, as we get geared up for a big betting night on UFC ! Aldo has been a championship mainstay at featherweight other than one hiccup on a long road of success. But there are some who feel he is due to be unseated atop the perch at pounds. Max Holloway, a year old on a run of ten straight wins, appears to be a frontrunner of the new wave of featherweights who look to take over the division.
Loot breaks down the main event and offers his pick in this article. Dealing with Styles - One of the more-common traps MMA bettors fall into is failing to account for the fact that this sport revolves around the concept that "styles make fights. In this article, Loot helps us understand how important it is to not place all the stock on how sharp our analysis is on the individual fighters, but rather on what situation the two fighters will create once they step into the cage.
And certainly, we try to look for weaknesses and account for that when we place our bets. But there are any number of different warning signs that we sometimes neglect to properly account for in our handicapping.
In this article, Loot explores some of those warning signs and gives us greater insight in how to negotiate these red flags when betting on mixed martial arts fights. Even the greatest fighters of all time eventually peter out and when they do, those who saw it coming often profit very handsomely. It's a young sport and as a result, the sport is constantly evolving. And what that happens, it means that what worked great five years ago might not be effective anymore.
In this article, Loot illustrates the constantly-changing nature of the sport and how we need to act accordingly as bettors. Wagering on Moderate Underdogs - If looking to make a buck at MMA betting, you're going to need to hit some underdogs now and again.
And that's especially true for smaller underdogs. Those fighters are sometimes not favored for the right reasons. Other times, these fighters are not getting respect for a variety of different causes. In this article, Loot tries to get our betting headed in the right direction by discussing the inherent value in smaller-sized underdog fighters. With odds ruling the day, it's important that we pinpoint fighters who are really good, but before everyone else realizes that fighter is really good.
That makes timing a key element when betting on MMA. In this article, Loot pulls our coats on how to incorporate the dynamic of timing to our betting profile. UFC features a stacked card that should attract a lot of attention from fans and bettors alike. In the main event, UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic makes the second defense of his title against former heavyweight kingpin Junior dos Santos. Also on the card in a fascinating pound matchup, ex-champ Frankie Edgar takes on rising star Yair Rodriguez.
Loot breaks down both fights and offers his picks here. But in addition to straight bets are a slew of other MMA wagers you can make that fall under the category of "prop bets. Read this article and become an authority on mixed martial arts prop bets! The best way to describe an MMA prop bet is that it's any wager that has to do with the details of a fight, other than simply who will win it. Take a look at this article, as Loot finishes making us all hip to the potentially-rewarding world of mixed martial arts prop wagering.
It's really the closest thing we can get to the ancient Roman gladiator fights, which was perhaps the first form of sports betting. There is a certain purity to it, with only two people to account for, rather than an entire roster of players on teams. In this article, Loot breaks down all the things that make MMA stand out for some people as the ultimate form of betting.
Topping the card are two important matchups, with the main event being a title match. In the main event, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier defends his title against fearsome-hitting Anthony "Rumble" Johnson. It's a rematch from a bout where Cormier barely escaped the power of Johnson to win in the third round.