Money Morning: NFL Week 7 - 10/24/2016

Welcome Gaming Enthusiasts to our weekly Profitability report.  With no UFC these last few weeks 110% of our Gaming focus has been on the NFL.  Our results are as follows:

Week 7 NFL 4-1

(Yes we had Seattle +8.5 Teased and prior to the SNF game we layed -120 on the Cardinals ML which was a miost unique and unusual tie)

NFL 2016:  18-12  60%

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UFC 204 Bisping vs. Henderson: The Manchester Mouth - 10/8/2016

Welcome UFC Enthusiasts to our view of UFC 204 held in Manchester England.  These English fans are rabid enough to fill Manchester Arena at 11PM local time to view the preliminary fights with the main card starting at 3AM local time!  We respect and admire the maniacal multitude in Manchester who’ll be locked and ‘loaded’ in their support of the combatants from the Commonwealth. past results across all sports are published on our ‘Profitability’ tab found at the top of our webpage.  We realized a 7-3 +768.00 result for subscribers over the last two UFC cards and we’re just beginning to heat up as we enter the last quarter of the UFC calendar.   Enclosed is but one of the five mangy mutts we’ve mustered up in Manchester. 

 (All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).

-Let’s Fight- 

Mousasi -315 vs. Belfort +285

This is a play based on the styles of these fighters.  Sure Vitor is a simple shell of his former ‘Chernobyl’ state but he is and always will be a fighter…and a proud one at that.  He’ll be at his most dangerous early and should wane drastically if this fight starts the second round.  This release is an indirect wager on Vitor for we believe he is able to get this fight past five minutes not as much on his own merit but also coupled with the fact that Gregard ‘s plan of attack most likely involves avoiding high risk early in the fight when Vitor has his best chance at a ‘Sunday shot’.   

Fight starts Round 2 -120

Grant -175 vs. Stasiak +165

Grant towers over Stasiak and will have to keep this fight standing for if Stasiak can get the larger man with substandard submission skill on the surface the advantage is his.  Stasiak must take Grant to the mat for a maul and the longer the fight goes the more likely Stasiak is to get the fight on the floor.  Stasiak is another Polish pup we hope to be proud of tonight.

Stasiak +165 (half)

Tumenov -240 vs. Edwards +220

Tumenov is a bit of an anomaly as contrary to most Russian fighters, he is basically a stand up artist who can struggle against the grapplers/wrestlers in the organization.   He sports impressive wins over strikers seemingly every bit as capable as Leon Edwards.  In this fight Edwards should sport speed, precision and athleticism but he’ll fight a striking battle against a cat in Tumenov that is a deft striker.  We don’t see Edwards trying to grapple with Tumenov rather we feel he will go out and try to overwhelm the Russian with his agility and precision punching and basically beat him at his strength.  Edwards approach is risky if he can’t keep Tumenov on the receiving end of precision punches and body kicks.  Tumenov is capable but we feel he is just a bit too plodding and slow for the mangy mutt in Manchester tonight.  Tumenov won’t go easy but he may go late.

Edwards +220 

Diakiese -280 vs. Sajewski +255

This is Diakiese’s debut in the UFC and we do recognize his athleticism, size and reach advantages.  With a wrestling/grappling base AND speed with power in his stand up game Diakiese is being well regarded in his debut fight and rightfully so BUT!  Diakiese opened -180 and has been wagered to the current -280.  He’s stepping up in competition level here against an opponent in Sajewski that many feel is a can but we are not quite convinced of that just yet.  Sajewski’s two UFC fights against Hein and Burns display to us a competition level far surpassing anything Diakiese has experienced.  Sajewski is in a highly desperate spot for if he loses this fight he may well be forced to return to the regional racket which no organization fighter wants to endure.  He’s a rugged tough striker that we fee will offer his absolute best tonight against a guy that showed us a little ‘debut jitter’ at weigh-ins yesterday.  Diakiese must demonstrate before we believe….we’ll side with the pooch from Poland here.

Sajewski +260 (half)

Martins -210 vs. Santos +190

We’re surprised at the line on this fight moving away from the more powerful and complete fighter to the older Brazilian fighter albeit the taller, longer fighter.  Martins opened -350 and the line has eroded now to -200.  We’ll take the value on the more complete, athletic, powerful fighter and play a rare open ended 2 team parlay.

Martins -200 (open parlay for 1 unit)

Roberts +100 vs. Perry -110

A basic pick-em fight featuring an American fighter most recently made well known for his camps ignorant, hateful display in his last fight against a local English bloke who will be the larger, taller, longer fighter in this matchup.  Perry is tough, straight forward, wide and wild in his striking while Roberts is more refined and precise in his blueprint to win.  Roberts will need to weather the early fury from Perry and maintain distance in order to pulverize Perry as the fight wears on as we believe that’s exactly what will happen here provided Roberts can overcome Perry’s early press.  Roberts is more complete in his fight arsenal than Perry and while he looked pedestrian against Steele in his last out we believe he sets up well against this raging rogue.

Roberts +100

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UFC FN 96 Dodson vs. Lineker: Double Legs on Drexel Drive - 10/1/2016

Welcome UFC Enthusiasts to FN 96 from Portland Oregon.  Today’s fight card appears to be packed with profitable pooches; our responsibility is to derive maximum profitability with minimal exposure.  Our positions today are refined to select, unwanted mangy mutts whose common thread is market value.  We’re hot off a 3-1 +485.00 result for UFC FN 95 (100 dollar player) last week so if pugilistic profit is preferred , look within this offering.  We’ll post our fight write ups for all to view on this GambLou main page once each fight has completed.  Check out today’s slate as our fees are nominal and offer any fight Enthusiast the opportunity to invest a small amount to gain pugilistic profit!

-Let’s Fight-

(All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).


Dodson -120 vs. Lineker +110

This should be an exciting main event.  Dodson is the older fighter yet he’s more athletically gifted, he’s faster, quicker and more technically skilled than is John Lineker.  Lineker meanwhile cares little for any opponent’s strength because he knows what he is, he knows what he wants to do and he usually just gets it done.  Lineker has ripped through the division leaving carcasses in his wake yet in recent bouts with skilled fighters like Font and McCall he’s been forced to fight all three rounds in order to get his hand raised.  Lineker’s last loss (to a fighter very similar in capability to Dodson yet not quite on the same level Bagautinov) is an indicator to us that Dodson has what it takes to get Lineker into the later rounds in order to sport advantage.  We believe this is the only way to lasso Lineker.  We feel Dodson will use his quickness and wrestling skills to get this fight into the third and fourth rounds in order to sap the swinger of his swoon, make him even more plodding and premeditated than he normally is and use skilled precision punching to have his way with the more one dimensional destroyer.  Dodson must be patient and adhere to the advice Angelo Dundee used to give to anyone who would listen when he would say, “Never hook with a Hooker”.  If Dodson employs his superior skills and keeps this fight technical we believe the advantage is his in a fight that we see going late.

Dodson -125 (released yesterday)        Fight starts Round 3 -150    

Brooks -295 vs. Oliveira +165

Fight Enthusiasts, we have been vocal in our displeasure with Cowboy Oliveira who made little attempt to make it even close to the 155 weight target.  We’re even a bit surprised that the UFC would allow this fight to take place given the degree of size differential in this contest.  That said, we profit from what we perceive as gaming advantage and in this fight we feel there is value on the cheater.  Oliveira’s a decent sized Welterweight but at Lightweight (155) he’s huge.  Tonight he’ll enter the Octagon weighing 174 (just under the weight the organization is mandating he stay under) and will own certain advantage over a fighter in Brooks who we respect but is giving away tremendous advantage where Oliveira is most versed.  Brooks will need to get inside and smother the longer striker and maul him, tire him and get him to the mat where the territory for Oliveira is as unfamiliar to him as the 155 pounds weight level.   Oliveira obviously will want to fight from distance and strike the smaller Brooks who is still in need of development in his stand up game.  We respect Brooks’s determination here but the price is not reflective of the real chances in this fight in our estimation thus there is value on the cheater.

Oliveira +265 (half)

Burkman -235 vs. Ottow +215

Burkman is a grizzled veteran whose experience, pedigree and durability are established and for that consistency he’s just been awarded a four fight extension with the UFC at the mature age of 36.  He faces a vastly bigger and younger fighter tonight in Ottow.  While Ottow’s competition level is nowhere near that of Burkman and while he takes this fight on short notice we feel there is some risk in backing Burkman tonight.  Ottow is a big strong fighter trying to get established while Burkman knows his security in the organization for the next several months is not is question.  From the look at the late weigh-ins it seemed to us that Ottow towered over Burkman.  Flyer.

Ottow + 215 (half)

Cutelaba -175 vs. Wilson +165

Cutelaba is a Sambo strong, wide winging power puncher with a granite chin and absolutely no defense as he relies on his youthful power and his ability to stop Sunday shots with his face.  His opponent Wilson is also a power striker that offers little by way of defense.  Athleticism is on Wilson’s side as is potential in this organization even though today he’ll be giving up some experience to the Cutelaba. We feel that by the time these cats get done winging at one another it will be cardio and grit that end up determining this fight.  We see Wilson as victor provided he can get out of the first round.

Wilson +165 (half)

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Money Morning: Truly Transparent & Proudly Profitable - 9/26/2016

Welcome Enthusiasts to quiet Monday.  I mention quiet because come Monday’s, all the faux gaming ‘experts’ who took to twitter to blab about their 500 star, 8% bombs of the month each weekend come Mnday are like cockroaches in the light scurrying for cover.  These crappers scream and shout when it’s time to sell picks then hide when it’s time to publish results.  For years now we have been trying to set the new standard by publishing positions BEFORE the event goes then publishing all the results EACH MONDAY without fail. 

Transparency….you either have it or you do not!  Here’s how we fared this past week.

(All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).

Week 3 NFL:  2-1 pending MNF

GambLou Clients entered this week three of the NFL with a profitable 5-2 result.  This weekend in the NFL we realized a 2-1 Sunday with our last position of the week (the second part of a two team 6 point -110 tease) working in tonight’s contest.  We own market advantage with our teaser position and we may come back with something cute in an attempt to minimize exposure and maximize profitability (GambLou clients can expect every penny of profit the market may produce).  Check out or ‘NFL Consulting ‘ tab at the top of our webpage,  it’s worth your time as our Clients are happy, profitable and eager to attack NFL week four.  There is still mucho time for interested NFL players that want to bank bottom line to join us...don't be shy!

UFC:  3-1 + $485.00

In the UFC we had a stellar night uncovering barking beagles from Brasilia.  Overall we went 3-1 +485.  De La Torre was our sole loss (-100) with Silva (+150) Bigfoot/Nelson starts Rd 2 (+165) and a rare 2 unit position on Gillespie (+135, averaged out as our original wager was established early at +110 then we took another position once we saw +160).

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UFC FN 95 Cyborg vs. Lansburg: Thrilla in Brasilia - 9/24/2016


Welcome fight Enthusiasts to our view of tonight’s set-up card in Brasilia.  We say ‘set-up’ because this card seems specifically designed to throw gasoline on the blaze that is the secondary market for the UFC outside of the US, Brazil.  With new UFC leadership comes new ambition and the target for future growth and expansion for the UFC is outside of those two stable, semi-saturated markets.  Yet make no mistake about the fact that current UFC leadership is keenly aware that the continuation of their sports ‘eminent domain’ must be fueled by strength….the strength that is the core markets of the US and Brazil for they are foundational to the UFC’s expansion.  What better way to fuel a fire than to highlight a County’s own fighters on home turf against a horde of hand-picked adversaries?  Tonight we’ll be forced to dig deep in order to find any barking beagles in Brasilia but we feel very up to the task for many of these visiting fighters sport pride and grit, we’re about finding the athlete’s that came to Brasilia to kill ya.

-Let’s Fight-

(All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).

Nelson -440 vs. Silva +390

Bigfoot against Big Country, what a matchup.  Big Country is now slow and plodding yet he has unbelievable power and cardio for a man that weights almost 260.  Bigfoot is larger, has a certain size and reach advantage but is perhaps even slower and more methodical in his striking approach than is his opponent.  Everyone in the hemisphere knows that Silva’s point is porcelain and that Big Country can fell a sequoia with his right hand….even Silva knows this.  While we believe Silva’s best days are years behind him we look for the giant to try to grope with Nelson and make this a clinching, sluggish slow dance.  Somehow this fight goes into the second round contrary to what many think.

Fight starts round 2 +165

Pepey -135 vs. De La Torre +125

Pepey arrives on relatively short notice after flattening Fili in his last outing.  He has a wild array of offensive weaponry that he utilizes and he utilizes it from the opening bell with relentlessness.  De La Torre has been hanging in the gym in Glendale, AZ. for months awaiting an assignment all the while training feverishly to round out his striking game.  De La Torre has mentioned in articles that he is aware that he must employ an aggressive attack to pare Pepey’s push and take this fight into the second round where De La Torre can wear on the smaller man and take advantage of this fight.  Pepey is prey…

De La Torre +125 (released earlier this week)

Chagas -150 vs. Silva +140

Silva +150 was released earlier this week also.  He opened -175 in a fight we feel was hand-picked for him to be able to shine yet apparently the gamblers disagree and have now taken Silva to a PLUS 140. While Chagas is no can he has not faced the competition that Silva has nor has he taken the public chastising that Silva has for his dynamic underachievement.  Silva’s recently changed camps and has had some life changes as well he must realize he is soon to be waiting tables f he does not show up past the first round of this fight.  We feel Silva is going to offer his top effort tonight (whatever that is) and his top effort is too much for Chagas.

Silva +150 (released earlier this week)

Franca -170 vs. Gillespie +160

We work diligently to get ahead of the lines in all of the sports we work and usually we own market advantage.  In this case we released Gillespie earlier in the week at +110.  Today’s price is reflective (in my opinion) of a horde of gamblers that are looking at the size of Franca (he towers over Gillespie with a 3” height advantage) as he looked to be a vastly bigger man at the faux weigh-ins.  We’ve always said not to judge the book by the cover in this sport and we trust that the kryptonite to a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter is a world class NCAA d1 wrestler and that is exactly what Gillespie is.  Value

Gillespie +160

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Money Morning: NFL & UFC Profitability report - 9/20/2016

Here at we are in the business of pulling profits from Sporting events.  For years now we have attempted to differentiate ourselves from the hordes of ‘fans boys’ by not only releasing our positions PRIOR to the particular sporting event occurring but we then follow that up by fully accounting for all of our releases PUBLICLY each week.  It’s the professional way.

Profitable Sports Gaming is strictly business and without comprehensive Due Diligence, Supreme Selectivity and precision money management conducted on a regular basis few will succeed in this most competitive business. 


5-2 +2.9 units

( clients invest a minimum of 5 units and up to 20 units per release Enthusiasts) NFL Clients realized a 3-0-1 week in the NFL for week 2. Our season tally for the NFL now stands 5-2 + 2.9 units (remember also Enthusiasts that most Clients are playing each game at 10 units per so Clients today are walking around with an extra $2900.00 in their pockets after two weeks easily justifying our fee. 

Those interested in becoming Clients may still jump in.  Check out the 'NFL Consulting' tab on the top of this web page.  Interested players may also watch our results as they are updated and downoaded onto our site each week (Profitability tab).  Our profits are based on our habits and our habits produce profit!


Our UFC week was tepid as we realized a 1-3 week netting <50.00>.  Results across all sports whether we profit or not are published each week on this Money Morning business recap.

When you tire from toying with tots….step up to professional Profitability and give us a shout.

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UFC FN 94 Poirier vs. Johnson: Border Wars - 9/17/2016

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to UFC FN 94 held in Hidalgo, TX.  We’ll take this opportunity to pay tribute to the generations of Mexican fighters that have over the last four plus decades have contributed by their labors to teach me the fight game.  Attending the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ in the late 70’s allowed me to tune into the boxing scene up close and personal as I attended and traveled to many fight cards in Arizona, Nevada and SoCal.  These experiences allowed me to understand how deeply important fighting is to the Mexican fighter (yes, all fighters must have passion but today we salute specifically the Mexican fighters for their grit, toughness, determination and willingness to go win the fight).  So Today, as the UFC continues its expansion by courting the fight fans from the boarders of the Rio Grande in Texas tonight we too will publicly display our gratitude to the generations of great Mexican fighters (Sanchez, Chavez, Marquez, Barrera, Olivares, Canto, Morales, Serna) that privileged me by teaching me just what fighting means to the Mexican culture. Tonight, if we watch closely we’ll be able to witness of ourselves exactly what I am saying.

Here is today's free release, our whole slate of releases is available for purchase.  Good Luck and enjoy the fights

-Let’s Fight-

(All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).


Perez -115 vs. Morales +105

We start right out of the dad gummed gate with what I believe may just be the best fight of the night as well it will display the infinite pride and determination each Mexican fighter is going to bring to the Octagon tonight in order to earn not only the ‘W’ but the respect and admiration of their peers in the audience tonight.  These fans are sharp generationally astute fight fans and they did not come to the fights tonight to see a grappling display.  Perez enters with the experience edge and a more complete MMA arsenal while Morales enters with all the numbers in his favor for he’ll be the bigger, longer and younger man in there tonight and a striker at that.  Prepare for one hell of a fight folks.  Who’s the hound?

Morales +105

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Money Morning: NFL & UFC recaps - 9/12/2016

Monday's mean public accounting here at Gamblou World HQ.  Rather than chirp and twerp about unpublished positions, fantom results and self proclaimed success we prefer to publish all of our positions PRIOR to event date then tabulate the results to the penny each Monday.

In the NFL we stand 1-2 with the second half of a teaser working into tonight.  We realized loss with the Bears +6.5 and the Jets Moneyline +100.  We hit a Jag/Lion Teaser and own that second tease working into tonight where the first stage was Chiefs -1/2.  Sure we got lucky with the Chefs but we also realizwed a tough loss with the Jets.  Welcome to the NFL!

In the UFC we had a 1-3 result which is unacceptable but it is also the truth.  We'll move forward and focus on UFC FN 95 this weekend.  Our UFC results have been tepid all year..  Do not think for a minute that we don't plan on attacking the UFC these last couple months and finish our fiscal year like a Champion Irish turf horse heading for the wire!

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UFC 203 Miocic vs. Overeem: Who's getting knocked 'Flats'? - 9/10/2016

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to UFC 203.  It’s clobbering time in Cleveland tonight and while we lost two fights we were planning on releasing there are still a couple of opportunities we’ll share with you in our pursuit of Profitable Sports Gaming.  We had a fine result last week and plan on carrying that momentum into tonight.  Here is our free release to Gamblou fight Enthusiasts who miss our old platform yet er urge those serious about banking bottom line on the UFC to consider purchasing our slate package today for a measly twenty seven smackers.  If you want to profit with pooches give us a try!

-Let’s Fight-

(All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).

Tavares -195 vs. Magalhaes +185

Tavares has been on ice for 16 months and he faces a Brazilian who’s been on the shelf for 14 months.  This fight to us comes down to which fighter manages the layoff best and to us that’s the grappling based fighter with power as opposed to the stand-up fighter who needs to use timing and precision punching to gain advantage.  We’ll take a flyer here with Magalhaes knowing that cardio improvement is easier to develop than a suspect beak.

Magalhaes +185 (half)

Medeiros -115 vs. Spencer -105

Numerically these men are almost mirror images of one another but upon closer look Medeiros is going to be the bigger man in the octagon tonight despite being the fighter who is moving up in weight class.  It’s our opinion that Medeiros was drawn and under equip to effectively fight for 15 minutes at the lightweight level so this move to welter makes great sense  Spencer will be the more skilled, faster precision punching fighter in this match yet his power leaves much to be desired and we do not believe Medeiros will fear Spencer’s ability to do anything but stick and move.  Yancy will need to bully and crowd the athletic Spencer and create a brawl for if Spencer is allowed to work in space the advantage is his.  Neither of these cats display any real defense and on top of that Spencer must protect a suspect chin.  Medeiros opened -160 and we were tempted to jump that at open so we clearly like the value of current pricing.

Medeiros -115 (released yesterday)

Rivera -160 vs. Faber +150

Few have pulled profit from a pugilist like we have from Jimmy Rivera but we feel the proclamations of Faber as inferior to anyone other than tthe top of the weighclass are without merit until proven.  We must witness Faber fail to anyone not clasping the belt before we doubt the California Kid.....especially as an underdog  Instead, we’ll remain committed to Faber being able to utilize his skills and dynamic experience to his advantage.  Uriah opened -130 and we caught him yesterday +155.  Do not think for a minute that Faber is not aware that he’s been bet into a potentially profitable pup position.  Value play

Faber +155 (released yesterday)

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UFC FN 94 Barnett vs. Arlovski heavyweights hit Hamburg - 9/2/2016

Greetings fight Enthusiasts.  We’re back after a weekend of seminars, networking and camaraderie in Las Vegas where we focused mainly on the NFL.  We did dedicate enough time to enjoy the fight cad which was pretty good to us as we did mention (Twitter) that Maia +115 was a live dog heading into the main event.  We had other winners but Maia was the only one we published as we did not write that fight card up.

Moving into the Hamburg card for tomorrow, we feel that we’ve spotted a couple game German Shepard’s we believe are worthy of a few Euro’s.  

-Let’s Fight-

(All releases are understood to be a standard and hypothetical $100.00 per position unless otherwise stated.  We employ $100.00 to easily track results as every release is accounted for each Monday AM.  Public accounting allows us to display bottom line profitability while providing our readers with 110% disclosure).

Khabilov -485 vs. Silva +385

Both of these guys are similar in approach as they are both versed on the mat, capable in the clinch and can also effectively strike standing up.  Khabilov has been the busier fighter and his destruction of a fighter we feel is quite game in Wade last out provides us plenty of hesitation here.  That said the opening line of Khabilov -210 seemed to us to be a bit light but not off by double.  This is a wager based on value.

Silva +385 (half)

Dalby -195 vs. Sobotta +175

Another value position as Sobotta, a southpaw opened the favorite -140 and is now +155.  Sobotta is off a layoff but recently fighters returning off a little rest have shown improved skills and we believe this may be the case tonight.  Sobotta will want to get this fight to the floor in our estimation and get top position in order to lay a little G&P on Dalby.  Dalby who is quite capable anywhere this fight goes has a stand up edge in our estimation and will attempt to use his speed and precision striking to keep Sobotta at length and negate his ability to get this fight to the floor.  Sobotta’s kicking may well be a key to this fight as well his ability to remain active and busy as this fight gets into the later stages.  We disagree with the waves of players on Dalby as the ‘recency bias’ seems in full effect here.

Sobotta +175

Gustaffson -700 vs. Blachowicz +500

Jan has more than no chance he has a puncher’s chance.  ‘Swing it Easy’

Blachowicz +500 (.25 unit)

Barnett -145 vs. Arlovski +135

As discussed on Wednesday’s MMA Meltdown program with Gabriel Morency on the FightNetwork that our position was made with Barnett ITD +123 but that number is long gone.  We see that Arlovski is entering this fight at 238 down considerably from his weight in his last two fights this year (246 and 248).  Our suspicion is that this fight may be a bit more tactical than many think?  Barnett is not really a lighting quick KO guy, though in time and with some attrition he is a finisher.  Arlovski knows his beak is brittle so our feel is that he will want to use movement and striking to keep Barnett at bay and find an opening for his power as the fight wears on.  Arlovski has been brutally KO’s in both of his previous fights this year which matters to a guy as chinny as he is.  We don’t feel it’s wise for Arlovski to rush out to get into a stand up war in immediate fashion here but we’ve been surprised before!  ….gotta love the Heavyweights!

Barnett -145            Over 1.5 -130 or less as line is compressing


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GambLou's 2 Minute Drill - 8/30/2016

Our first 2 minute drill is enclosed via the link.  Look for our NFL synopsis this week

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