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    Boxing RTD : 15-4 + 94.4 units
    MMA YTD : 48-21 + 68.79 units



    Sat 1/3

    Sengoku MMA Saitama Japan

    Dave Herman vs Mu Bae Choi

    My pick is Dave Herman to win

    Odds : - 325 & - 345

    Where : sportsbook & bookmaker

    5 units to win 1.53 units & 8.62 units to win 2.5 units = 13.62 units to win 4.03 units


    Records: Herman 13-0, Choi 7-3

    Choi Mu Bae is more known for his staredown with Sergei Kharitonov than for his fighting skills and that's why he is going to fight with a guy who has a perfect MMA record . I am not sure where Choi's strengths are when it comes to mixed martial arts fight but I have seen none . I have no clue how Mu Bae can win this fight against a great built HW like Dave Herman who is still improving but should have way too much for someone like Choi Mu Bae .

    I see either a T/KO or a GNP win for Dave Herman for sure .


    Someone let this guy know that he is allowed to punch back .

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    Sat 1/3

    Sengoku MMA Saitama Japan

    Muhammed Lawal vs Yukiya Naito

    My pick is Muhammed Lawal to win

    Odds : 1.31

    Where : bodog

    10 units to win 3.1 units


    Not very informed about Mo Lawal's opponent but I know that Lawal is one of the top upcoming talents in MMA , this guy is beast and has nasty ground and pound . Lawal can decide where this fight takes place , if he feels he can beat Naito in stand up he will keep it there and Naito wont be able to take him down if not Mo can get it to the ground and GNP .



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    Sengoku MMA Saitama Japan

    Eiji Mitsuoka vs Sergey Golyaev

    My pick is Eiji Mitsuoka to win

    Odds : - 200

    Where : bodog

    10 units to win 5 units


    Think Mitsuoka is a much more well rounded guy here , Golyaev won one of the funniest decisions I have ever seen in MMA against Gomi , I am not sure how much russian mafia paid for this one but anybody who has seen this fight should know what I am talking about . Golyaev has never beaten any quality opponents , when he faced them he was finished rather easily like his fight with Hansen .
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    9. LW: Takanori Gomi (69.8kg) vs. Satoru Kitaoka (70kg)
    8. MW: Kazuo Misaki (82.7kg) vs. Jorge Santiago (82.2kg)
    7. LHW: Hidehiko Yoshida (92.9kg) vs. Sanae Kikuta (91.4kg)
    6. LHW: King Mo (92.8kg) vs. Yukiya Naito (91.8kg)
    5. HW: Antonio Silva (118.2kg) vs. Yoshihiro “KISS” Nakao (102.4kg)
    4. LW: Eiji Mitsuoka (69.9kg) vs. Sergey Golyaev (69.8kg)
    3. HW: Dave Herman (110.3kg) vs. Choi Mu Bae (118.3kg)
    2. LW: Maximo Blanco (70kg) vs. Seigo Inoue (69.9kg)
    1. LHW: Hidetada Irie (92.7kg) vs. Minoru Kato (92.1kg)
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    I like Herman here too, the -400 hanging now is kinda shanding me off, but as long as he is prepared to fight (i think it is his first fight overseas) he should dispatch of Choi in exciting fasion. Herman has some diverse strikes.

    I still have a -290 hanging on Lawal, just increased my play to 4u. Bestfightodds says it is at -350, is it just me?

    BOL, may throw your other two in a small parlay.
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    Good luck to you as well , wish I knew something about guys like Irie or Blanco . Looks like Blanco is a solid wrestling guy and Irie is supposed to have nice ground game but cant bet on them .
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    What's happening brainiac??? games started???
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    Bad News

    Herman just lost....

    Rnd 2

    They touch gloves again and Herman feints a push kick. Herman is standing stock straight and Choi tags him with a big right hand. Choi plants a jab as Herman push kicks. Choi charges in and presses Herman up against the ringpost. Herman spins out and sends a parting knee to Choi upon exiting the clinch. Both men, very tired, circle each other at the center, Herman’s hands down to his waist. Herman weakly feints a low kick, lands an inside leg kick just after. Herman low kick lands. Choi tags Herman with two punches, and Herman attempts to back out and walk away, but Choi isn’t as tired as he’s letting on. Choi pursues Herman and bombs away. Herman is turned with his back to Choi, doubled over the ropes, eating punches to the side of his head. As Herman isn’t intelligently defending himself, referee Hiromi Okamoto jumps in to save Herman at 2:22.
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    Yep , already guaranteed to finish in minus for this event . Will need Lawal to win to limit my losses tho , Mitsuoka won in the first round as expected but Herman gassed after winning the first round and walked with his hands down whole second round , was just matter of time . This guy should stick to local events , real bum even with a 13-0 record .
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    shit :(
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    Mo Wins

    Muhammad Lawal comes to the ring with what looks like six queens this time. One of them sprinkles rose petals in his path, while one holds his umbrella. The rest dance their way before him to the ring. Mo himself has a red cape, a gold crown, and a diamond encrusted medallion that reads “KING MO” on it. Naito goes for a high kick that misses, but hits Mo’s hand. Lawal looking for an opening, misses an opening punch, evades another kick. Lawal tags with a left hook, grazes with the right. Naito lands a low kick. Naito feints a punch and lands another low kick. Mo puts up his hands and then closes with some punches that graze a ducking Naito. Lawal lands a right, and Naito retreats. Lawal lands a body right but misses the next three punches. Naito drops his hands and teases Lawal. Lawal copies him, dropping even lower. Naito low kick lands, and Lawal returns with a knee to the body. Lawal pursues with more punches, but Naito tries to cover up and backpedal. Lawal with a body punch, but doesn’t follow up. They both miss single punches. Naito with a low kick. Lawal plants a huge right on Naito’s face, sending the mouthpiece flying. Naito covers up and walks into Lawal in an attempt to close the distance. Lawal is going crazy with the punches, unloading big shots on the Japanese fighter in the corner, who drops to his side. Lawal follows him down and lands more punches before referee Samio Kimura jumps in for the save at 3:54. Lawal asks the crowd to chant “King Mo” with him. Lawal puts the mic up to referee Kimura as well, and gets two very un-enthusiastic chants from him. Kimura fights to not crack a smile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diktsohg View Post
    Mo Wins

    Muhammad Lawal comes to the ring with what looks like six queens this time. One of them sprinkles rose petals in his path, while one holds his umbrella. The rest dance their way before him to the ring. Mo himself has a red cape, a gold crown, and a diamond encrusted medallion that reads “KING MO” on it. Naito goes for a high kick that misses, but hits Mo’s hand. Lawal looking for an opening, misses an opening punch, evades another kick. Lawal tags with a left hook, grazes with the right. Naito lands a low kick. Naito feints a punch and lands another low kick. Mo puts up his hands and then closes with some punches that graze a ducking Naito. Lawal lands a right, and Naito retreats. Lawal lands a body right but misses the next three punches. Naito drops his hands and teases Lawal. Lawal copies him, dropping even lower. Naito low kick lands, and Lawal returns with a knee to the body. Lawal pursues with more punches, but Naito tries to cover up and backpedal. Lawal with a body punch, but doesn’t follow up. They both miss single punches. Naito with a low kick. Lawal plants a huge right on Naito’s face, sending the mouthpiece flying. Naito covers up and walks into Lawal in an attempt to close the distance. Lawal is going crazy with the punches, unloading big shots on the Japanese fighter in the corner, who drops to his side. Lawal follows him down and lands more punches before referee Samio Kimura jumps in for the save at 3:54. Lawal asks the crowd to chant “King Mo” with him. Lawal puts the mic up to referee Kimura as well, and gets two very un-enthusiastic chants from him. Kimura fights to not crack a smile.
    You mean Mo means muhammad lawal
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    Both Lawal and Mitsuoka won without much trouble . Herman won the first round but had nothing left in his hand and walked with his hands down whole round and Choi finally decided to punch him making Herman turn around and fall on the ropes , this guy is a joke , he should train cardio instead of bodybuilding .

    Today : 2-1 - 5.52

    Boxing RTD : 15-4 + 94.4 units
    MMA YTD : 50-22 + 63.27 units

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    u going to start a new year to date since its 09, might be easier to see how u are doing of late that way. just an idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Brainiac View Post
    Both Lawal and Mitsuoka won without much trouble . Herman won the first round but had nothing left in his hand and walked with his hands down whole round and Choi finally decided to punch him making Herman turn around and fall on the ropes , this guy is a joke , he should train cardio instead of bodybuilding .

    Today : 2-1 - 5.52

    Boxing RTD : 15-4 + 94.4 units
    MMA YTD : 50-22 + 63.27 units
    To say Herman won the first would be an understatement. He completely dominated. Choi took some serious punishment and I thought the ref was gonna step in a couple times, but he just kept comin back for more.

    I think Herman mentally cracked when he didnt finish him and was so fatigued. Probably thought he had no chance of going three.

    Funny that after his EXC performances he was joking about how he doesnt take training seriously and does it in his basement. If he gets his mind right and trains properly, maybe he can be a contender. Clearly very talented on the feet, havnt seen much ground work either, though.
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    Sat 1/17

    UFC 93 - Welterweight 3 rounds - The O2 - Dublin, Ireland - PPV

    Chris Lytle vs Marcus Davis

    My pick is Marcus Davis to win

    Odds : - 120 & - 121 & - 125

    Where : bookmaker , pinnaclesports & 5dimes

    3 units to win 2.5 units , 1.21 units to win 1 unit , 3.12 units to win 2.5 units = 7.33 units to win 6 units





    Preview next week but terpkeg summed it all up in his thread , this should be around - 200 .
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    Sat 1/17

    UFC 93 - Welterweight 3 rounds - The O2 - Dublin, Ireland - PPV


    JEREMY HORN vs ROUSIMAR PALHARES

    My pick is ROUSIMAR PALHARES to win

    Odds : - 315

    Where : bookmaker

    7.87 units to win 2.5 units


    Fair odds , Horn has nothing to hurt Palhares with and will probably get subbed sooner or later .

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    Adding more on Palhares

    Odds : - 295

    Where : sportsbook

    5 units to win 1.7 units
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    I agree with your UFC picks.

    What do u think about the rest of the card?

    I have my picks posted.
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    Coleman LOOKS HORRIBLE ! Shogun should smash him in less than 30 seconds .


    Sat 1/17

    UFC 93 - Welterweight 3 rounds - The O2 - Dublin, Ireland - PPV

    Mauricio Rua vs Mark Coleman


    My pick is Mauricio Rua to win

    Odds : - 368

    Where : pinnaclesports

    11.04 units to win 3 units


    Would do to win 5 units if not last time they fough accident but I think Coleman is so ''shot'' now that he will be nowhere near taking Mauricio down for freak injury to happen this time .





    Cant blame him for getting into his for a paycheck tho , man has to feed 2 daughters but he shouldn't survive the first 2 minutes against Shogun .
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    im with you on marcus davis..love that pick..gl brainiac
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    Hope Davis doesn't swing wildly early in the fight , Lytle will gas after 1st round if they make it through .

    Epic aftermatch

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    Looks like I'm on the same side as you which makes me feel better. Always love to see your input
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    Even a fool would pick last two I think , so nothing I should be really proud of


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    Sat 1/17

    UFC 93 - Welterweight 3 rounds - The O2 - Dublin, Ireland - PPV

    Alan Belcher vs Denis Kang


    My pick is Denis Kang to win

    Odds : - 245

    Where : bookmaker

    6.12 units to win 2.5 units



    This is top price I would go on this one , at - 300 I see on some other sites I wouldn't make this play probably but I think Kang has more overall MMA skills . No disrespect to Belcher but if Kang doesn't win this fight he can most likely forget dreaming about successive career in the UFC .
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    Do you think you will be adding any plays tomorrow?

    Best of luck!
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