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Is Conor Even More of a Favorite against Aldo Now?

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  1. ducktalesawoo White Belt

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    If you remember back in May/June, Conor was the clear/slight favorite on the betting lines when his best win was against Dennis Silver!


    Now after the destruction of mini-Mendes, him v Aldo has to be even more of a lock. I'm thinking -250, -300
     
  2. xMaxPower Red Belt

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    thats too much man. im more of a fan of conor but if the odds were that bad id have to put money on aldo.

    hes at -175 right now and thats what i expect it to be.
     
  3. JayElectra Paper Belt Banned

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    Hopefully.
     
  4. TheRuthlessOne Ultra Violence Belt

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    Conor was a 2-1 favorite last time I checked
     
  5. Fatal Catro Red Belt

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    Could care less.
    I have money on Aldo.
     
  6. Ozze Black Belt

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    Should be the opposite considering how easy it was to take and hold him down.
     
  7. TheRuthlessOne Ultra Violence Belt

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    if you have money on aldo you should care

    more of a favorite conor is the more money you make betting on aldo

    but im sure you already knew that
     
  8. Headkicktoleg Titanium Belt

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    Aldo's gonna know what a broken rib really feels like by the end of the 1st round
     
  9. INoHespectChael Black Belt

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    You don't need to think. You can easily look up the odds on google right now...
     
  10. Fatal Catro Red Belt

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    Yes of course.
    I just mean in general I do not care if and why people consider Conor the favourite as I simply do not see it that way.

    However logistically I do follow the trends.
     
  11. ducktalesawoo White Belt

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    don't think you saw the same fight I did mate


    anyone find it funny that the #1 p4p is the underdog, lol
     
  12. cumafish Silver Belt

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    not true at all, once you place your bet your odds are locked in. so whatever happens later as far as the betting line is completely insignificant.

    but I'm sure you already knew that...:eek:
     
  13. Mike Schwartz Blue Belt Professional Fighter

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    This...Aldo destroys him, then Frankie, then he goes up in weight because he'll use the "cut" for an excuse and everyone in the Top 10 at 155 will manhandle him...I hope he saved his money.
     
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    The line is sewed by hype.
     
  15. Jin Akutsu Gengar Belt Platinum Member

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    Doesn't matter, he'll beat Aldo with the odds for or against him.
     
  16. KhabibTheBeagle Silver Belt

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    Aldo sucks, he's only beaten Mendes 2x. McGregor is much better, he's beaten Mendes!
     
  17. Bogeyman Electrical Cord Belt

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    Not Poirier or Holloway?
     
  18. Jackonflame Gold Belt

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    No he won't. Aldo beats Conor and he makes it look easy.
     
  19. Ozze Black Belt

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    What I meant was that Conor has a very good stand up game, but his ground game was horrible. So that gave me a clue that in case Aldo is not getting success on the feet he can take Conor down and ground him to a decision or even get a sub.
     
  20. Ozze Black Belt

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    Didn't quite understand you. You think Aldo will clean out the 145 but can hang with the top 10 at 155?
     

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