Gabe Killian’s Parlay for OneFC 19 in Dubai Tomorrow (August 29)

bellator-86OneFC 19 Date: August 29, 2014 Arena: Dubai World Trade Center City: Dubai, UAE One FC 19: Reign of Champions will be live from the Dubai World Trade Center in Dubai this Friday night with a nine-fight card that will be available via online Pay Per View. If interested in making this parlay, you will be able to do so at Several Bookmakerss. Here is my parlay for One FC 19 in Dubai… Lightweight title bout: Kamal Shalorus (+220) vs Shinya Aoki (-300) Gabe’s Thoughts: I expect Aoki to cruise here against the UFC veteran. I don’t think it will take long before this fight hits the mat, and I don’t think it will be much long after that when Aoki wraps the Iranian up in some sort of submission to earn the tap and ultimately the victory. I think this fight will be a walk in the park for the One FC veteran and yet another easy title defense. I don’t think Shalorus has anything to offer him, on the feet or on the mat. I don’t see Aoki being in danger anywhere, he should be safe everywhere the fight goes, outside of a fluke; and we all know, those are always a possibility in mixed martial arts. I think there is a world of value on Aoki at the current betting line of -390, so I will no doubt be including it in this two-way parlay for One FC 19. Gabe’s Call: Aoki by Submission (rear naked choke, 3:21 round 1) Welterweight title bout: Ben Askren (-1500) vs Nobutatsu Suzuki (+700) Gabe’s Thoughts: Suzuki is a real gamer and a tough out for anybody, even at 36 years of age. That said, I think he has seen his last days as One FC welterweight champion, as I expect former Bellator welterweight champion Ben Askren to dethrone him of his title on Friday night in Dubai. I expect Askren to use his superior wrestling to take Suzuki down, where I think he will use his ground and pound to wear the champion out and eventually force the referee to step in and halt the action. I think Suzuki is a solid welterweight, but I don’t expect him to be much trouble for Askren. Even at the incredibly heavy-juiced line of -1500, I think there is enough value on Askren to include him with Aoki as part of this two-way parlay for Friday night. Gabe’s Call: Askren by TKO (strikes, 3:33 round 3) Gabe’s Recommended Parlay: Aoki (-300) parlayed with Askren (-1500) for -237 9.95u to win 4.2u

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