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Nate @+260 vs McGregor

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by xMaxPower, Feb 23, 2016.

  1. xMaxPower Red Belt

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    Who are you guys betting on with these odds?

    Let me hear your reasoning! This is such an interesting fight and it is a lot closer than most would think. Hopefully McGregor becomes a bigger favorite come fight time.
     
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    I'm surprised his odds are that good, i'd expect that to be the odds with a full camp.
     
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    conor because i dont want to lose money.
     
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    really expected the odds to be different than that. i'll put a little on conor i think.
     
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    I might bet on nate I think this is a close fight. He lost to DHK and Rory via UD at WW. I don't see conor out boxing nate but I will be the first to say way to go if he does. Nate is gonna be the biggest guy Connie has ever fought.
     
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    It's complicated.

    Assume that Nate has essentially no time to prepare for a 5 round fight. You can't go into heavy sparring right now, and even if you could, there is a week and change before media obligations and fight week begins.

    Only a handful of people know if Nate got back into serious training after beating Johnson. His last fight was the middle of December so lets assume he took a few weeks off and then you have the holidays.

    If he spent January and the first half of February staying sharp despite not having a booking, he might be a decent bet with Conor as a heavy favorite.

    Right now I don't see much value in +260.

    If Nate ends up somewhere in the +400 > I'm going to put some money down.
     

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