UFC fox26 Lawler vs Dos Anjos: Canadian Mount 'ies' - 12/16/2017
W: 0 L: 5
Win: %
Result: 0

12-16-17 11:20am EST

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to the second to last UFC fight card of 2017.  We’re tickled to see time tick away on ’17 as we have a distaste for the flavor of fanciful Favorites as Fav’s are firing at a 66.4% clip this past year running a breezy 281-119-23.  The numbers speak for themselves, and those chalk results reinforce to us that we must remain selective and hone in on fighters we feel are prepared to offer their best effort on fight night.  In tonight’s card, here are the mutts we find potentially mangy in Manitoba.

-Let’s Fight-

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Di Chirico -120 vs. Bamgbose +110

These fighters have underachieved to this point.  Tonight, we feel it is Di Chirico whose hand get raised based on his more developed fight arsenal both offensively and defensively.  Bamgbose has a four-minute window where he can inflict serious damage before he slows to a crawl and loses the slim amount of precision punching he possesses.   Provided the taller, younger Italian kid can weather that early storm we feel he’ll eventually immerse the imposter with elbows and perhaps even finish Bamgbose.  Bamgbose needs more time.

Di Chirico -120 (half)

LaPrise -145 vs. Bofando +135

After Bofando’s last performance we chiseled a ‘fade’ in our memory bank moving forward into future match-ups based on his mediocre level of competition and the raw manner which he fought.  While fast, athletic and powerful he is also raw and untested by firm competition.  He steps up into at least firm competition when he tangles with LaPrise a Canadian fighter who is more experienced, more precise in striking and offers a solid ground game which in our view we will witness tonight.   LaPrise will need to weather the furious onslaught that the banger Bofando will bring but once these two get into the meat of the fight we’ll see that the prey is Bofando.

LaPrise -145

Ponzinibbio -165 vs. Perry +155

Potentially a pure punch fest between Ponzi and Perry here makes us all anticipate this one.  Perry is regarded by we at GambLou World HQ as a barroom brawler that is learning the mixed martial arts game and for that reason we view him as a reasonable underdog in this spot.  Ponzi has a more developed mixed martial arts arsenal in every category (except for pure power punching and the capacity of the chin) and he’ll surely embrace the plan laid out earlier by Alan Jouban when he painted Perry from distance and forced the brawler to eat loads of leather.  Perry is tough and determined but must fight from inside the pocket to mask his lack of footwork and tactic.  The cat and mouse in this match-up lies in whether Perry can get Ponzi to brawl while the Brazilian will need to use his legs and keep distance which will allow him to batter the bull on his way inside to brawl.  We like Ponzi here as the more complete fighter, but we do recognize Perry’s potential power, so we must work to minimize exposure here.  We see the winner of this fight stopping the opponent, so we’ll press down the price on Ponzi in this fashion

Ponzinibbio  pts. Handicap -3.5 -120  

Cirkunov -160 vs. Teixeira +150

We believed the original line set for this fight was correct with Glover -155 based on his experience, body of work, boxing ability and floor capability.  Teixeira has been in wars and is 37 years of age, but we feel he is still a top five fighter in the division.  Cirkunov is raw, overly hyped and in for a huge test tonight for he steps way up in class off a brutal early KO in his last outing.  Cirkunov has mucho to prove to himself coming off that KO while Glover is aware that if he simply takes this kid down for a maul on the mat he can effectively drain him of his energy and then eventually paint him into submission via ground and pound, wrestling or striking.  This fight will demonstrate that Cirkunov is not quite ready and Glover is not quite gone.

Teixeira +150

Dos Anjos -115 vs. Lawler +105

We released Lawler +110 yesterday soon after the weigh-ins.  This is another line that has flipped with Lawler opening -155.  We’re always learning in this racket and tonight we’ll surely learn something for we believe the flow of hay on RDA is misplaced.  Lawler is the much larger man with advantage in power, experience, chin and all-day cardio.  While RDA has looked magnificent in the Welterweight division since he moved up from 155  the fact remains that he’ll be giving away advantage in height and length (both legs and arms) against a competent striker with dynamic wrestling ability and take down defense. 

Those feeling Robbie has lost his edge may be correct, but he has not shown that to be the case.  In fact, we believe quite the opposite that RDA is made for Robbie and that he’ll come forward to  press Lawler and smother him which is a plan of attack Lawler has defended in many prior victims.  Lawler at plus money is a value

Lawler +110

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Lawler +110

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Lawler +110
Loss
Result: 0
Di Chirico -120 (half)
Loss
Result: 0
LaPrise -145
Loss
Result: 0
Teixeira +150
Loss
Result: 0
Ponzi pts handicap -3.5 -120
Loss
Result: 0


Fishhook from Fresno UFC FN 123 - 12/9/2017
W: 2 L: 2
Win: 50%
Result: +130

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to one the few remaining UFC fight cards for this year.  We here at GambLou HQ are elated that the ’17 tour is about to close for the hordes of fight Fav fanciers have feasted on we disappointed dog dwellers. 

To date (based on our tracking of closing lines) Favorites in the UFC 2017 as 275-114-21 (67%) which is enough to make a grown man yelp.  That said, we believe in our process and while the year has not been banner it has been profitable, so we’ll remain committed to dynamic Due Diligence, supreme Selectivity and practice precision Money Management for those comprise the fulcrum for Profitable Sports Gaming

-Let’s Fight-

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Ramos -410 vs. Gruetzemacher +370

Respect the bookmaker is one of the first lessons one must incorporate when competing with said bookmaker.  Ramos opened a fair Fav at -180 and has been bombed by chalk chasers up to -410.  While Ramos is talented we feel his abilities can wane after a furious five minutes so if Gruetz can weather the early storm and allow his grinding style to kick in his complete cardio does put him in position to pull the rug out from Ramos. ‘Swing it Easy’

Gruetzemacher +370 (half)

Alcantara -190 vs. Perez +175

We believe Alcantara is at the end of a great career and while he looked superb in his submission of Luke Sanders last out it is our belief that he drew to a five while hitting on 16 when he won that fight.  Our reasons for that are the topic of another discussion but we feel Iuri is susceptible to a pressing, forward moving, space eliminating, grinding, wrestling based fighter and that is exactly what Perez is.  Perez is going to complete what Sanders started but didn’t finish.

Perez (Alejandro) +175

Moraes -140 vs. Sterling +130

Here’s the one fight we released early this week.  Moraes is the Brazilian fighter but will want this fight to be a stand-up affair while the American, a wrestling based fighter will absolutely need to get this fight to the mat for his advantage is in the ugly mangy mauling.  This fight sets up as Moraes being a tough hombre early but Sterling’s speed, athleticism and improving strike game should allow him to slow the slugger over time and eventually get this fight into the clasp.  Clasp is one important step for a muck on the mat where Sterling’s size and strength should provide him ample advantage.  Sterling’s been in with tough, strong dynamic fighters and has proven to be a worthy rising talent.  Moraes is at least up to the level of fighter Sterling’s faces so it will take Aljo’s top effort to get his hand raised.  Sterling’s opportunity to prove he is a contender at Featherweight is tonight.

Sterling +130

Swanson -115 vs. Ortega +105

On our appearance this week with Gabriel Morency (@sportsrage) on the Fantasy Sports Network (@FNTSYSportsnet) we discussed Ortega vs. Swanson and advised waiting to move on the then -120 for we believed cash on Cub would allow the line (then to gain value….and value it did gain.  Ortega at the time of this writing is +105 and we’ll gladly jump that price.  Swanson’s last war with Choi is a compelling reason we feel the younger, bigger, longer grappling based fighter on the improve is live.  Swanson will require space for his stand up and while he will own a striking advantage it’s attrition that we feel will be the difference in this fight.  A five-round affair is the key for the Ortega plan will mandate that he make Cub effort for the first few rounds to take some of the strength from his legs then get this fight to the floor where Ortega will own tremendous advantage over Swanson and perhaps even finish the proud warrior.   Pass the torch?

Ortega +105

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Gruetzmacher +365 half
Loss
Result: -50
Perez Alejandro +175
Won
Result: +175
Sterling +130
Loss
Result: -100
Ortega +105
Won
Result: +105


UFC 218 Holloway vs. Aldo II: Motor City Muay Thai - 12/2/2017
W: 0 L: 5
Win: %
Result: -450

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to UFC 218.  We’re in December and racing down to the last handful of fight cards for 2017.  We’ll refer to ’17 as the year of the Chalk as to date (counting last night’s TUFF results) Chalk stands 265-111-21 which is a smooth 66.9%

Selectivity, a practice we preach ad nauseum along with appropriate Due Diligence have allowed us to realize a win rate in 2017 of 45.10% outperforming actual dog results this year....and we're not done for we see a few real ugly mutts on today's slate from the Motor City.

-Let’s Fight-

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Teymur -170 vs. Klose +160

Teymur is the taller striking based fighter in this one and he’ll want to fight the kid at distance, use his advance striking skills and try to discourage Klose from getting inside the pocket to make this a grappling grope on the ground.  Klose is a talented young fighter who is strong as a country mule, coachable and aware of the opportunity ahead of him.  He fights the Swedish ship-in tonight in Detroit where Klose (a native Michigan kid) will have stands full of support.  We believe Teymur is a step up in competition but not one Klose can’t overcome for the advantage in tight and on the floor, belong to the younger fighter.  We look for a top effort tonight from

Klose +160

Oliviera -120 vs. Felder +110

Line switch.  Fortunately, we released Oliviera earlier this week +130 and on the numerous appearances we were able to make this week Oliviera at that time was still an underdog.  Felder is a strong striking based fighter who will need to take this fight to Oliviera, try to bully him, crowd him and make this dirty.  At all costs Felder needs to keep this fight upright for if this hits the floor he’ll get submitted and shown the door which is exactly what we feel will occur here.  Oliviera’s stand up has improved enough to eventually get this fight to the floor where Felder’s ground game is overmatched and underdeveloped.

Oliviera +130

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Cejudo -295 vs. Pettis +265

Cejudo has had mucho happen to him since the first time he was unable to meet Pettis in the Octagon (hand injury).  Pettis is the younger man, a striker who holds advantage in length/reach and through these last month’s took another fight (a dominating win over Moreno) and has carried himself with a confident composure that I feel is a tell for Sergio performing his best tonight against a fighter in Cejudo that will own wrestling advantage yet chooses to rarely use such advantage in his fights.  Cejudo best get this to the ground because if he does not we here at GambLou World HQ believe Sergio could piece Henry up in a stand-up affair.

Pettis +265 (half)

Ngannou -220 vs. Overeem +200

We see this as big strong ominous warrior fighter against polished Mixed Martial Artist.  Again, we mentioned in every media piece we did this week that we felt that Ngannou has not been tested in his ability to take a clean strike to the snout, fight into the second round or compete with a fighter on the level of skill that Alistair brings to the Octagon after a five-fight stint in the UFC.  Now don’t get me wrong here, we feel Ngannou is the future of the division, of the heavyweight division but tonight we feel he earns his PhD. In MMA.  Overheem we feel has superior capability everywhere this fight takes place provided he uses his acumen by keeping this at distance and on the floor.  Get the big man to the floor, sap his strength then hit him from every angle must be the plan.  We think it is.

Overheem +200 (half)

Overheem Inside the Distance +360 (half)

Holloway -280 vs. Aldo +260

While we’re about to recommend a wager on Aldo here it’s because we feel there is great value on him based on the fight and effort we feel he is going to bring tonight.  Aldo’s last hurrah is this title shot.  He not only fights for his legacy, he fights for that of his gym’s.  Nova Uniao was once home to four UFC title holders now none.  Brazil in fact currently claims no UFC title holders except for Amanda Nunes and Cyborg in the woman’s bantam and featherweight divisions.  Aldo fights for everything tonight but with a full arsenal for we count on seeing him attack Max’s legs tonight which is something missing from his plan last time out.  Aldo had Max stunned at times in their first fight before he began to lose steam.  The lack of cardio (unusual for Aldo) and lack of leg attack forces us to believe there in fact was an injury in the first fight.  Holloway is a true warrior who took this fight without issue and we believe while a capable Champion he could find out tonight that holding the title is far different than capturing it.  Aldo’s price is too high for as close a fight as we believe this is going to be.

Aldo +260 (half)

Aldo Inside the Distance + 780 (half)

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TUFF finals 

Soto +170

Ware +210 (half)

Any/all TUFF releases will come via this slate clients. Check back in case we find another live mutt...

Releasing some early positions based on value:

Drakkar Klose now +155

Charles Oliviera +130

full write ups this Saturday plus will be on Wagertalk videos this week using these two

Klose +155
Loss
Result: -100
Chas. Oliviera +130
Loss
Result: -100
Overheem ITD +360 SU +200 half each
Loss
Result: -100
Aldo +260 su & ITD +780 half each
Loss
Result: -100
Pettis +260 half
Loss
Result: -50


ufc FN 122 Bisping vs. Gastelum: Oriental aggression - 11/25/2017
W: 4 L: 1
Win: 80%
Result: +265

 

Abdurakhimov -120 half
Won
Result: +50
Xiaonan -135
Won
Result: +100
Ottow +170
Loss
Result: -100
Mazany +125 half
Won
Result: +65
Guan +150
Won
Result: +150


UFC FN 121 Werdum vs. Tybura: D'arce from Downunder - 11/18/2017
W: 2 L: 1
Win: 67%
Result: +210

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to Fight night form Australia.  Tonight’s card will be regarded as a due diligence card rather than one for heavy investment.  I say that because there are interesting match-ups on the slate but few positions that offer enough price to make it worthy of investment.  We’ve provided a couple of early releases which we’ll break down as well another side we feel offers gaming value. 

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Camacho -125 vs. Brown +115

We released Camacho -130 believing that the number was more than fair.  In fact, the line did rise until ‘the crank’ missed weight by a nickel which is unprofessional and bothersome.  We pride ourselves on getting the best of the number and in this instance, we missed.  The key for our look at Camacho was a full camp and entering ready to make fifteen full minutes.  He’d best prove us correct.  Brown enters angry and Frank best crank as opposed to look like a tank.

Brooks -455 vs. Lentz +410

Brooks is the larger man and arguablly the more capable wrestler, but he has underperformed in his UFC run.  Lentz a gritty grinder and capable wrestler himself is seemingly made for Brooks, but no one has told Lentz that.  Brooks opened -385 and has been bet up to current.  Lentz is no easy pushover people.  ‘Swing it Easy’

Lentz +410 (half)

Matthews -130 vs. Velockovic +120

Previously released was Velockovic +125 so we do own a slight advantage over the marketplace.  Matthews once regarded an Aussie upcomer has bumbled in his last two resulting in this attempt to step up in weight and compete at 170.  Matthews will be giving away decent advantages in size, structure and reach to the Serb although Jake will be the faster man in the Octagon.  We have seen recently that fighting closer to one’s natural weight can be very advantageous and while that may be the case we feel for Matthews it may not work ideally in this spot.  Velockivic in our view will strive to control distance and fight Matthews at range giving him his greatest advantage for victory.  The Serbian fighter is quite well rounded, has displayed great heart and cardio in past fights and will need to keep this standing which we feel Matthews is more than willing to acquiesce to.  Matthews may well find himself frustrated then rushing in which is a recipe for disaster against this long rangy Serbian striker

Velockivic +125

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Looks like the price on a couple of our fighters is compressing so we'll release now....full write ups on Saturday

Veloickovic +125

Camacho -130

Velickovic +125
Loss
Result: -100
Camacho -130
Won
Result: +100
Lentz +410 half
Won
Result: +210


UFC 217 Bisping vs. St-Pierre: RNC in MSG - 11/4/2017
W: 3 L: 3
Win: 50%
Result: +285

Welcome fight Enthusiasts to UFC 217 from Madison Square Garden (the fight capitol for forever) in New York City.  This fight card is steeped in mighty matchups.  We’ve pared the slate down to a handful of potential pup positions designed to deliver deposits. 

UFC 2017:  Favorites 228-94-17  67%

With chalk delivering at such a pace we must remain selective but with that said we also believe in the undeniable truth that is regression so we’ll no doubt take our own advice tonight and ‘Swing it Easy’.

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Gall -105 vs. Brown -105

Brown fights out of Queens NY and Gall is a Joisey boy.  These two know of one another and bring different specialties to this fight.  We view Gall as more limited in arsenal yet what he does excel at, the ground game and submission applications he is quite versed with.  Brown will not want to be flopping on the floor with mickey tonight.  Brown is the more verse fighter who’s faced superior competition and we feel has the take down ability to keep this fight standing and at distance to keep Gall where he is underdeveloped. Brown opened a fair -150 and is now offering value at almost even money.

Brown -105

Costa -375 vs. Hendricks +310

This is the ‘don’t judge the book by the cover’ fight.  Costa is a huge chiseled statuesque fighting specimen with huge power, bad intentions and freakish potential.  He steps in with a doughy looking Johny Hendricks that is a wrestling based fighter fighting at a weight class he is undersized for (185).  Undersized and clearly disregarded by the betting public forces us to overlook the fact that Johny has changed camps a few times (bad signal here) and enters this fight with Jax/Wink in corner and the realization that he’s out for employment should he get mowed down in this fight like most feel will happen.  Johny has the experience and wrestling capability to test the larger striker, take him to the floor and make him strain using up energy and setting up a nice little upset for the cagey Hendricks.  Johny live!

Hendricks +310            Over 1.5 rounds +100

Jedrzejcyyk -750 vs. Namajunas +600

JJ is getting too cocky and too intoxicated with the power and fame being a young world class talent.  It may not be tonight, but the fade button has been hit on JJ, you heard it here first.  Anyway, JJ getting in Rose’s face and mentioning her family history (Rose’s Father had mental issues) and calling her weak because of it is simply going too far.  The karma kings have displayed that this kind of obtuse dialog is never a good idea.  JJ will try to demolish Rose with strikes and Rose will need to do all she can to try to get this from the feet and to the floor to have a chance at beating JJ.  ‘Swing it Easy’

Namajunas +600 (half)

Garbrandt -200 vs. Dillashaw +170

We’ve been trying to sidestep this fight and watch it because we do feel Cody is a legitimate slight favorite.  That said, we are not of the believe that he is anywhere near a -200 plus chalk and with that in mind we’ll continue to watch this number for if TJ goes to or above the +200 number the trigger will be pulled…. patience here as we’ll announce on Twitter if we make a formal move on this fight.

Bisping -105 vs. St-Pierre -105

We’ve been on VSiN, Morency Unfiltered and other local Phoenix radio shows proclaiming that GSP has simply been away from the fury of the fight game and inside the Octagon for too long to be able to come back after four years and whup up on his hand-picked opponent.  We feel mentally there are few who could rival GSP but as his mind has continued to grow stronger these older fighters constantly feel that their carcass keeps up.  It does not.

Bisping has been active and fighting high level competition.  He’ll be the bigger man in the octagon and arrives with exceptional cardio, solid take down D and power in his punched.  For these reasons we feel Bisping is in position tonight to win but he’d best not leave it up to the judges simply because there is more cheese in a GSP vs. Conor fight than there is Bisping getting his hand raised then retiring which I feel WILL happen if Mike wins.  This fight is a mistake in my opinion for GSP who will realize that he retired for good reason four plus years ago…. these fighters never learn from history.

Bisping -105

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Bisping -105
Loss
Result: -105
Johny +310
Loss
Result: -100
Hendricks/Costa over 1.5 +100
Loss
Result: -100
Namajunas +600 half
Won
Result: +300
Brown -105
Won
Result: +100
Dillashaw +190
Won
Result: +190


UFC FN 119 Brunson vs. Machida: Slaying the dragon? - 10/28/2017
W: 3 L: 1
Win: 75%
Result: +250

10-28-17 11:45am EST

Welcome fights Enthusiasts to UFC FN 119.  We’re coming to you live from Las Vegas where we’ll watch the fights tonight with Barry and Lance Fischel (@bdf522 and @lancefischel5 respectively on twitter) and posse.  We love the interaction twitter affords us and look forward to watching these fights with people I have come to know and respect on this medium we call twitter.  As far as the value in tonight’s card we feel there’s plenty and without much further ado, here’s what we’ll release for today’s card.

Hermansson -125 vs. Santos +115

We feel the line makers got this one correct at open when the chalk was next to the Brazilian Thiago Santos -150.  Santos has every edge standing and if he can control the take down attempts sure to come from the long Swede then he’ll be able to control of the cage and clobber the ground and pounder.  Santos will need distance and his best take down defense to keep this one upright.  There’s value on Santos even though we hate those damn sunglasses.

Santos +115

Luque -125 vs. Price +115

Luque has more ways to win this and Price while longer and owning some advantage over Luque physically is not as complete a fighter as is the Brazilian.  Luque opened -175 and while we do respect Price, his game is not as complete as the home town kid here.  This fight is going to come down to grit, determination and toughness and for those reasons we see this one getting well into the third round.

Fight starts Round 3 +110

Font -145 vs. Munhoz +135

Rob Font ships into Brazil the taller, lengthier fighter but a fighter with less fight dimension than his opponent.  Font wants to stand, control distance and strike.  Munhoz has been improving in his stand up and we feel that the Brazilian is the more complete and well-rounded fighter even if he is less capable than font in the stand-up department.  Munhoz will have the crowd on his side as his efforts to get inside on Font and seize his space in order to rub his face all over the mat.  Munhoz will need his best effort in order to get his hand raised tonight but we like this spot for him. 

Munhoz +135

Covington -135 vs. Maia +125

We released Covington a few days ago based on the fact that we’re buying in on his ability to use his brain in this fight.  Covington needs to keep this fight at distance, use his improved striking and not allow Maia to crowd him, push him into the fence and then clasp.  Covington must use movement, IQ and striking in order to manipulate Maia into a desperate state and make this one snooze fest of a fight.  We do not want to see Covington on the floor tonight.

Covington -130

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Covington -130

Covington -130
Won
Result: +100
Santos +115
Won
Result: +115
Luqye/Price starts 3 +110
Loss
Result: -100
Munhoz +135
Won
Result: +135


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