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Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by EzFlyer, Jan 27, 2018.
Still not got lines for this in U.K. ffs
No lines yet on the major U.S. facing sportsbooks either.
Man, one huge lean on the card. Gonna be juiced probably but I don't care unless the juice is just insane.
Waiting. For. Lines.
Just checked BM...no lines there yet. The even took downs the lines for the HW tourney they had before
Bet 365 has lines up for 3 fights of the card. Such a bummer that they don't offer prop betting for bellator, when a smaller bookie like bodog does
Bet365 has Williams +250 if someone is interested.
Not as interested in sides here as o/u and Fight goes distance props.
Warren Vs. Taiminglo is a BARN BURNER.
Only bet I'll make is on Baby Joe most likely and just enjoy the main event.
Warren -165 now.
Bellator 195: Caldwell vs. Higo
MARCH 2, 2018
WinStar World Casino and Resort | Thackerville, Oklahoma
Main Card - Paramount, 9 p.m. ET
Leandro Higo +239
Darrion Caldwell -294
Joe Taimanglo +143
Joe Warren -173
Kristina Williams +240
Emily Ducote -300
William Joplin +507
Juan Archuleta -707
Warren/Taimanglo is dog or pass. I think I very, very slightly favor Warren. I'll probably end up on Taimanglo though.
Any leans on the Ducote fight?
Watched some tape, in the only fight I could watch against an amateur she was taken down multiple times easily as well, showed poor fight IQ when going for a sub when her opponent was curled up not defending when her team were screaming hit her and she ended up going to decision, honestly think ducote wrestles her to fuck.
I like Warren, but -165...meh.
My one and only issue with Taimanglo is that he accepts bottom sometimes for stretches that last too long. Which is weird because he seems to have both solid standups AND pretty good cardio. So there's really no excuse for him to not instantly start working back to his feet once he's taken down. But sometimes it seems like he just closes his guard for awhile and waits...and waits...and then all of a sudden with 30 seconds left in the round he decides "Hey, I should get back up!" And he does. And then he's already lost the round.
My perception could be off based on a limited sample size. There's a lot to like about his overall game. He's tough as nails and fairly well rounded. He just, IDK, has lapses or something with his urgency?