Three-Way Parlay for UFC 185 in Dallas

joseph-duffyUFC 185 Date: 03/14/15 Arena: American Airlines Center City: Dallas, TX The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Dallas, TX on March 14th with UFC 185, featuring an action-packed fight card that includes two championship bouts. The main card gets underway at 10pm ET on Pay Per View, with preliminary action getting going on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm and UFC Fight Pass at 6:30pm before that. If interested in making this parlay, or any other wagers for this UFC fight card, you will be able to do so at Several Bookmakerss. Here’s my three-way parlay for UFC 185: Flyweight bout: Chris Cariaso (+425) vs Henry Cejudo (-550) Gabe’s Thoughts: This fight will be interesting on the feet and could become competitive, as Cariaso is a respectable striker with solid kickboxing skills. Cejudo displayed very good striking skills of his own in his Octagon debut against Dustin Kimura; his boxing looked quite sharp, which came as a surprise, considering he was expected to wrestle his way towards a victory. It turned out to not be his key to victory in that outing, however I think wrestling will what he uses to defeat Cariaso. I see him taking the WEC/UFC veteran down at will and beating him up on the mat. I believe his weight issues are behind him and he will deliver an excellent performance in this contest, and immediately gain relevance in the 125-pound division. Gabe’s Call: Cejudo by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Middleweight bout: Elias Theodorou (-325) vs Roger Narvaez (+265) Gabe’s Thoughts: Narvaez is coming off an upset split decision victory over Luke Barnatt in his last outing and looks to make it two in a row inside the Octagon, and in his way is TUF Nations winner Elias Theodorou. Naravaez will have the hometown advantage heading into this match-up, but I think that’s the only advantage he has going for him, as I think “Spartan” is superior to him in every aspect of the sport. I see Theodorou taking Narvaez down and beating him up on the mat for the majority of three rounds en route to a unanimous decision victory on the judges’ scorecards. I would not be surprised to see him get a T/KO or submission, but I think a decision is more likely. Gabe’s Call: Theodorou by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Lightweight bout: Jake Lindsey (+380) vs Joseph Duffy (-475) Gabe’s Thoughts: To put it simply, Duffy (“the only man to ever defeat Conor McGregor”) is talented and I believe he is the superior mixed martial artist heading into this scrap against Lindsey, who I don’t believe is UFC-calibre and will likely be receiving his walking papers after this, his third consecutive Octagon defeat. Gabe’s Call: Duffy by Submission(rear naked choke, 4:39 round 1) Gabe’s Recommended Parlays: Cejudo (-550) parlayed with Theodorou (-325) and Duffy (-475) at -115 for 5u to win 4.35u

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