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Which underdog do you think is most likely to win on the main card?

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  1. svmr_db Purple Belt

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    Main card only, from most likely to least likely.

    1. Hall
    2. Smith
    3. Namajunas
    4. Andrade
    5. Masvidal
     
  2. Ironnik94 Silver Belt

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    Hall.

    Weidman has looked utterly terrible as of recently; his reaction time has become very slow imo and his chin is obviously not what it used to be either.
     
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    how is Hall the underdog
     
  5. WaylonMercy5150 Gold Belt

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    Hall then much much much less likely Rose.
     
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    It's a tough one, it's perma-shook Hall vs no chin Weidman. Seems the betting public is convinced Weidman will put a wrestling clinic on, odds have moved towards him over the last week or so.
     
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    obligatory
     
  8. KazDibiase "My style is kneeing people in the face."

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    Lol at Hall being the underdog.

    Weidman barely won aganist Omari, sloppy takedowns, sensitive chin and gassed out. Hall can be tentative at first but loosens up as the fight goes on. Plus he does have power to hurt or knock someone out. I think he will also have the speed advantage.
     
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    Can Smith beat the Legendary Jimmy Crute????
     
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    Hall I actually favour to win, and Namajunas has a very good chance.

    Andrade has more chance than Smith or Masvidal IMO.
    Although to be honest, I pretty consistently underestimate both of those guys.
    I'm just hoping for a fun night of fights.
     
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    All the favorites winning on this card sorry for the spoiler..
     
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    Hall is very prone to a good ole fashion wrestlefuck. Post "2015" weidman looks awful and chinny, but he's still an adept grappler. Idk

    Masvidal is the least likely imo
     
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    Hall is the only underdog I have winning. And by knockout to Shadow Realm...
     
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    Omari is better than anyone Hall has beat as of late though. Not saying Uriah can't win, but if he nearly lost to Cara De Sapato then I can see why he's the underdog
     
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    A history of underperforming and already 0-1 against Weidman.
    Not saying that's the correct pick, but those are probably the reasons.
     
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    Where are you seeing Hall as the favorite?
     
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    He's the underdog, but I think he will win. Weidman looked pretty bad in his last fight, and if Hall can perform anywhere near his potential he should be able to knock of Weidman.

    This fight is actually a rematch of a fight that happened in 2010, before either of them made it to the UFC. It was Hall's first ever loss, and I think he wants this victory really badly. He does have a history of underperforming, but a chance to avenge your first career loss is rare. I hope he can capitalize on the opportunity.
     

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