Professional Fighters League- 2018 Season

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  1. JimGunn

    JimGunn Silver Belt

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    This is the official thread for the 2018 season of the Professional Fighters League, which will be comprised of seven regular season events every other Thursday this summer starting June 7th, June 21st, July 5th, July 19th, August 2nd, August 16th & August 30th. The three post-season playoff cards will be Friday October 5th, Saturday October 13th & Saturday October 20th leading to a championship final on New Year's Eve Monday December 31st which will award six champions one million dollar paydays in weight classes from featherweight to heavyweight

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    Any aussies know, or think we'll get lines for this? Only book i think might have something is Unibet, but even then doubtful?
     
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    Unibet'll be your only shot, IMO.
     
  4. burge13

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    Is there any geo block to depositing to 5D? Would have to be BTC at a guess but might be worth it as our books have dropped the ball completely.
     
  5. JimGunn

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    Just a reminder that this one is on Thursday. I could see people missing it.
     
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  8. mkess101

    mkess101 World Series or bust...

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    Is 5d gonna offer odds? They have KSW odds up for Sat already but none for this. Depending on odds I have one really strong lean but no clue if there's gonna be odds.
     
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    They'd really be missing the ball if they didn't offer odds for this.
     
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  10. JimGunn

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    PFL 1 weigh-in info from Newsday of all places. Shawn Jordan missed the heavyweight limit by about 9 pounds so his bout with Phillipe Lins is in jeopardy, as well as Kelvin Tiller vs Alex Nicholson since Nicholson only weighed in around 214 pounds and NYSAC rules say that heavyweight fighters must be within 25 pounds of each other. There is supposed to be some re-shuffling of the card. Ceremonial weigh-ins will be on Facebook at 4 PM ET.

    Main card, 9 p.m. on NBCSN

    Featherweight: Andre Harrison (145.2) vs. Jumabieke Tuerxun (144.8)

    Heavyweight: Caio Alencar (243.2) vs. Jake Heun (224)

    Featherweight: Lance Palmer (145.6) vs. Bekbulat Magomedov (145.2)

    Heavyweight: Shawn Jordan (275.2) vs. Philipe Lins (231)

    Featherweight: Timur Valiev (146) vs. Max Coga (146)


    Prelims, 6 p.m. on Facebook Watch

    Heavyweight: Jared Rosholt (245) vs. Valdrin Istrefi (248.2)

    Heavyweight: Josh Copeland (258.4) vs. Jack May (262)

    Featherweight: Marcos Galvao (145.4) vs. Nazareno Malegarie (145.8)

    Featherweight: Magomed Idrisov (145) vs. Steven Siler (145.2)

    Featherweight: Alexandre Almeida (145.8) vs. Lee Coville (143.8)

    Heavyweight: Francimar Barroso (240.2) vs. Daniel Gallemore (255.2)

    Heavyweight: Alex Nicholson (214.6) vs. Kelvin Tiller (265.4)
     
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    Fuck, really hope we get lines for this
     
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    Jordan vs Tiller and Nicholson vs Lins makes sense to me. Even if Jordan made weight they wouldn't be within 25lbs of eachother
     
  13. JimGunn

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    At the weigh-ins today, some heavyweight fighters saw their opponents get switched up due to a rule by the New York State Athletic Commission that opponents in that division must be within 25 pounds of each other.

    Alex Nicholson (11-5) was supposed to fight Kelvin Tiller (8-1). But Nicholson was 214.6 pounds at today’s weigh-ins, and Tiller was 265.4. So now, Tiller will fight Caio Alencar (11-2), who was 243.2. And Alencar’s original opponent, Jake Heun (11-6), will fight Nicholson. Heun was 224.

    Originally planned heavyweight fights between Jared Rosholt (15-4) and Valdrin Istrefi (12-1), Josh Copeland (16-4) and Jack May (9-3), and Francimar Barroso (19-7) 240.2 and Daniel Gallemore (7-4) all stayed intact.

    A fight between Shawn Jordan (19-8) and Philippe Lins (10-3) was scratched from the lineup, though, when Jordan came in well above the 266-pound heavyweight limit. He was 275.2 pounds; Lins was 231, according to a report from Long Island newspaper Newsday.


    This could be the new eleven fight card:

    MAIN CARD (NBCSN, 9 p.m. ET)

    • Andre Harrison (145.2) vs. Juma Tuerxun (144.8)
    • Bekbulat Magomedov (145.2) vs. Lance Palmer (145.6)
    • Max Coga (145.6) vs. Timur Valiev (146)
    • Jake Heun (224) vs. Alex Nicholson (214.6)
    PRELIMINARY CARD (Facebook, 6:15 p.m. ET)

    • Valdrin Istrefi (248.2) vs. Jared Rosholt (245)
    • Josh Copeland (258.4) vs. Jack May (262)
    • Marcos Galvao (145.4) vs. Nazareno Malegarie (145.8)
    • Caio Alencar (243.2) vs. Kelvin Tiller (265.4)
    • Magomed Idrisov (145) vs. Steven Siler (145.2)
    • Alexandre Almeida (145.8) vs. Lee Coville (143.8)
    • Francimar Barroso (240.2) vs. Daniel Gallemore (255.2)
     
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    mkess101 World Series or bust...

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    What the hell was Shawn Jordan thinking? 275? With his physique and being 10lbs over, he didn't even want to fight. That, or something seriously messed up happened. He's NOT a shredded guy. Getting to 265 should be as easy as it gets for weight cutting in all of MMA. It's not even "cutting weight". It's just, "Don't eat crappy food for a few weeks and do your normal training camp".
     
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    Pro tip:
    For people without NBC SN and don't wanna rely on an illegal stream as this card is decent but unpopular.

    Youtube TV has a free trial(requires credit card but you can cancel right away) and it includes FS1(UFC prelims this weekend) and PFL on NBC SN.

    tv.youtube.com/YouTubeTV/LearnMore

    Edit: It may not be available in some locations.
     
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  18. Bless

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    Bet-At-Home has odds:

    Copeland -500
    May +270

    Rosholt -500
    Istrefi +270

    Valiev -250
    Coga +156

    Galvao +130
    Malegarie -200

    Idrisov -400
    Siler +230

    De Almeida -500
    Coville +270

    Harrison -590
    Jumabieke +300
     
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  19. mkess101

    mkess101 World Series or bust...

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    LOL @ those spreads. Who the hell is gonna ever give them action on these when they are blatantly taking an unheard of amount of juice? I don't care if they are the only book on the planet offering odds, that's ridiculous.
     
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    There is a massive need for regulation in the sports betting market. From over rounds to variable customer limits, it’s criminal what they get away with. We need some sort of overarching governing body like the banking industry to protect customers.
     

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