Cub Swanson 4 to 1 underdog!

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  1. Nightmaree Questionmark

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    Is this for real?

    Renato Moicano win resume:
    Tom Ninimaki (Sub finish)
    Zubaira Tukhugov (Split)
    Jeremy Stephens (Split)
    Calvin Kattar (Unanimous)

    On top of that Moicano has zero KO/TKO wins. List is not that impressive besides Stephens but he is very hot and cold fighter. The odds are a little bit crazy in this one. What do you think?
     
  2. Rygu R.I.P. Obie Platinum Member

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    I know who I'll be betting on.
     
  3. LouisBolanos Popcorn tastes good

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    Yep, Cub is pretty good money.

    Would bet on him too.
     
  5. VinceArch Venom in the veins.

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    Cub is slowly getting up in age and lots of wars... I'd like him to get the win but we shall see.
     
  6. King in the North Black Belt

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    Good money on Cub. Can’t figure out why he is sitting at nearly +300. Apparently people are sold on Moicano.
     
  7. Espresso @Terrorist Rat Led BathtubBrothers #DefendorVacate

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    Damn dude dont tell me this!!!!!!

    I wanted to know if the odds had changed. Thats insane!

    Too bad my broke self couldnt bet 3-4 dollars on time. I wont be loosing my grandmas basement this saturday, no bets on my behalf
     
  8. digitalman45 Green Belt

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    I'd bet on Cub in any stand-up orientated fight, he always stands a chance to put guys away on the feet.
     
  9. CrimsonFan Gold Belt

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    Where are you getting that spread from?
     
  10. Ares Black Asteroid Belt

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    Cub Swanson is shot. Moicano is the future.
     
  11. quantiqus Brown Belt

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    I am rooting for Cub, but I would put my money on Moicano by decision.
     
  12. RayA Brown Belt

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    I'm not going to lie, I haven't been following Moicano, so I can't even make an educated guess as to who will win.

    What I do know, is that Cub and TJ have been working with that Calvito dude for their fight camp. Both are probably coming in as fit as their bodies could possibly be.
     
  13. 777 Others Purple Belt

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    Just put on a little accumulator

    Cub x MM x Garbrandt = 9-1
     
  14. Thesnake101 Think about it, it worth it. Double Yellow Card

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    He hasn't put anyone away since 2013 tho. Yeah, he dropped Choi and Hacran, but he's not exactly the most powerful guy out there.

    I think the lines moved towards Moicano because of how he looked against Kattar. One step ahead on the feet against a guy that showed good boxing in his fights against Fili and Burgos. Not to mention that he had a good fight with Ortega too.

    I got Moicano mixing leg kicks with punches en route to a decision, Cub can definitely steal the fight if he picks his spots carefully and pressures Moicano into making a mistake.
     
  15. Charnel2500 Blue Belt

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    But Moicano won against Jeremy Stephens
     
  16. Hardkore Titanium Belt

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    I'd bet on Renato.
     
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    I can see Renato stopping him
     
  18. digitalman45 Green Belt

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    I also have Renato by a leg kick heavy decision similar to the Kattar fight, but I just wouldn't never count out Cub, he's always game with the exception of that weird Frankie fight. Especially at those odd.
     
  19. DarkneT Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    That win over Kattar is worth a lot
     
  20. ArtemV Gold Belt

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    Moicano is going to beat him up.
     

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