UFC 206: HOLLOWAY VS PETTIS Date: December 10, 2016 Arena: Air Canada Centre City: Toronto, Ontario, Canada The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heads to Toronto, Ontario, Canada for the fifth time in promotional history with UFC 206: Holloway vs Pettis. The 12-fight card is set to get going with Fight Pass prelims at 6:30pm ET, and preliminary action will continue on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm, with the main card getting underway on Pay Per View at 10pm. If interested in wagering on this parlay, or any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines are currently made available at Several Bookmakers. Here are my plays: Welterweight bout: Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone (-265) vs Matt “The Immortal” Brown (+225) Gabe’s Thoughts: I believe Cerrone is the superior mixed martial artist heading into this welterweight contest and I agree with him being a big betting favorite. In fact, I think he should be a -400 favorite, so I see a lot of value in him at his current offering price of of -265. I think he has a good chance of stopping Brown by both submission and T/KO. Brown is tough and durable, but I think “Cowboy” finds a way to put him away within the 15 minutes of 170-pound action. I think this is just a bad stylistic match-up for Brown and I really have a hard time seeing him winning this fight by T/KO, submission or decision. He would really need to land a hail mary lucky shot that completely stuns Cerrone, because outside of that, I just don’t see how he gets this one down. Cerrone completely outclasses “The Immortal” everywhere. I think “Cowboy” gets the job done in impressive fashion and continues rolling at 170-pounds. Gabe’s Call: Cerrone by Submission (guillotine choke, 3:41 round 1) Featherweight bout: Cub Swanson (+180) vs Doo Ho Choi (-220) Gabe’s Thoughts: I this this is a bad stylistic match-up for Swanson. He is an aging striker who has suffered two broken jaws and is now facing an undefeated precision striker who hits hard with technique and accuracy. I think this match-up spells trouble for Swanson, as I see “The Korean Superbow” connecting early and putting Swanson away. Props will be due to Swanson if he can make it 15 minutes without getting his jaw re-cracked by the undefeated South Korean. This is an ‘old school vs new school’ match-up that I expect to take place on the feet and I think the 25-year-old Choi will find a way to get his hand raise, ultimately extending his Octagon winning streak to four straight and remaining undefeated as a professional mixed martial artist. Gabe’s Call: Choi by T/KO (punch, 1:31 round 1) Gabe’s Recommeded Parlay: Cerrone (-265) and Choi (-220) at +100 3u to win 3u All of my content and plays are free. Your support is greatly appreciated.