Monday, September 19, 2011

UFC 135 Predictions

Welcome Everyone!

This is Oilcheck (MMAMANIA Poster), I thought i'd get some input from mma fans regarding their betting experience and how it makes UFC events more exciting. We can all just have fun predicting and discuss results and possible winnings post event.

Six days heading into the Light Heavyweight showdown between Rampage Jackson and Jon "Bones" Jones we have the opportunity to predict the outcome of each fights for entertainment/betting purposes. I personally bet on every single UFC event with 10-12 fight parlay which i find very challenging but fun. The fun factor increases 50X  knowing that there is something at stake in every fight, it makes me pay attention to unknown fighters on the card and appreciate the sport of mixed martial arts all together. A small wager with a big payout is definitely something to consider, UFC events will never be the same. Guaranteed!

Here we go!

  • Jon Jones (c) vs. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson
    UFC Light Heavyweight Championship
  • Matt Hughes vs. Josh Koscheck
  • Travis Browne vs. Rob Broughton
  • Nate Diaz vs. Takanori Gomi
  • Ben Rothwell vs. Mark Hunt
  • Tony Fergusgon vs. Aaron Riley
  • Nick Ring vs. Tim Boetsch
  • Eddie Yagin vs. Junior Assuncao
  • Cole Escovedo vs. Takeya Mizugaki
  • James Te-Huna vs. Ricardo Romero
My Picks:

I think Rampage can catch Bones coming in for a takedown. Making weight a week before the fight shows how motivated rampage is.
Rampage via KO

Youth + that big right hand is  bad news for the farmboy.
Koscheck Via KO

Travis is on the roll, Broughton is just another victim.
Browne via KO

Gomi lost twice in the UFC via choke, i think nate will choke the chicken in rd 2.
Diaz via rear naked poke (RNP)

If McCorkle can take Hunt down, Big Ben should have it his way and molest Hunt on the ground.
Rothwell via Submission

Riley is a seasoned vet that likes to stand and bang but this time it will cost him the fight due to Fergie's speed and technical striking.
Ferguson via TKO

Ring hasn't really impressed me and i still think he lost to Fukuda, the barbarian will make his ring burn for 3 rounds. Ring will be treated for rectal prolapse after the fight, at least he will be insured.
Boetsch via UD

Experience will be the factor in  this fight and Juniors BJJ will be too much for Mr. Ed.
Assuncao via Submission

Mizugaki is more complete fighter and only loses to top competition, no disrespect to Cole.
Mizugaki via UD

I dont bet on anybody named Ricardo. Almedia and Romero cost me a parlay in the past so never again.
Te Huna via TKO

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