ToutMaster 2016 Results: Post-UFC Fight Nights 99 and 100

ToutMaster 2016 (presented by and TheMMA-Analysis Podcast) continued with Saturday’s twin bill of UFC Fight Night 99 in Belfast and UFC Fight Night 100 in Sao Paulo. Here’s the updated Top 20:

Toutmaster UFC Fight Nights 99 and 100

Long-time ToutMaster leader WesReynolds extends his lead from 5.5 points to 8.4 points after the weekend’s action. With six events left for the year, the pack is running out of time to catch him. ManglerBets sits in second. Meanwhile, there is a real race for the third-place spot as CodySaftic sits at 292.35, MattMaher2210 in fourth at 292.15, Vibrations144 at 290.5, and BigBilBar7MMA at 289.6 BrendanVraibel led all scorers for UFN 99 at 13.05 points, while ChrisMcCann924 led all competitors with 11.8 points for UFN 100. To check out the full standings, click the following link:

Some additional notes on each card…

UFC Fight Night 99 (Belfast)

  • Favorites to win: 8
  • Underdogs to win: 5
  • Biggest Underdog to win: Artem Lobov (2.15 points)
  • Biggest Consensus Pick: Marion Reneau (67) / Miliana Dudieva (12)
  • Biggest Consensus Pick (2016 Record): 28-5-1
  • Most Contentious Pick: Ross Pearson (40) / Stevie Ray (39)
  • Consensus Underdog Pick (More contestants picked underdog than favorite): 40-39

UFC Fight Night 100 (Sao Paulo)

  • Favorites to win: 7
  • Underdogs to win: 5
  • Biggest Underdog to win: Cezar Mutante (1.75 points)
  • Biggest Consensus Pick: Thomas Almeida (67) / Albert Morales (16)
  • Biggest Consensus Pick (2016 Record): 29-5-1
  • Most Contentious Pick: Darren Stewart (42) / Francimar Barroso (41)
  • Consensus Underdog Pick (More contestants picked underdog than favorite): 41-40

The UFC heads to Australia for UFC Fight Night 101 on November 27 (November 26 for us in western hemisphere). After that, there is only one month left in the UFC calendar. Can WesReynolds hold on and become the second-ever ToutMaster winner? Stay tuned…

Written by Jay Primetown

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