Main Card Parlay for WSOF 24

xfc-21WSOF 24 Date: October 17, 2015 Arena: Foxwoods Resort Casino City: Mashantucket, CT The World Series of Fighting (WSOF) returns with WSOF 24: Fitch vs Okami. The event will feature 12 bouts in entirety, including a seven fight preliminary card to stream live on the promotion’s website at 7pm ET and a five fight main card to get going on the NBC Sports Network at 9pm ET. If interested in wagering on this parlay, or any bouts on this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. Here is the parlay… Flyweight title bout: Donavan Frelow (+425) vs Magomed Bibulatov (-610) Gabe’s Thoughts: Two undefeated flyweights compete for the promotion’s inaugral 125-pound title in this match-up. I expect Frelow to have his first taste of defeat in this five round title fight, and the main question to me is whether he makes the full 25 minute distance against Bulatov or not. I think the Chechnyan is going to completely dominate this fight from the opening bell. If it goes all five rounds, I think there will be a couple of 10-8 rounds in there. That said, I think he has a decent chance of finishing this fight either by T/KO or submission. I think he should be a -1000 betting favorite heading into this contest, so I see great value in him at his current heavy-juiced offering price of -610. Gabe’s Call: Bibulatov by Submission (armbar, 1:47 round 1) Lightweight bout: Nick Newell (-400) vs Tom Marcellino (+325) Gabe’s Thoughts: Six months ago, Newell bounced back from a failed title bid with a unanimous decision win over Joe Condon and aims at making another run at the WSOF lightweight gold. Marcellino is returning after an extended layoff, as he has not seen action in over a year, where he dropped a unanimous decision to now-UFC lightweight Frankie Perez. I think Newell vs Marcellino has a good chance of proving to be an entertaining contest, given how they match-up stylistically. I expect to see more grappling than striking in this bout, with both fighters likely looking to wrap up the show with a choke. Marcellino is no scrub in the grappling department, but I think Newell is going to managet to get the better of him there and potentially secure a choke. I think it’s equally likely that he gets the finish or takes it on the judges’ scorecards, which is why I would avoid making a prop play on this contest. Regardless of how he gets it done, I think Newell makes it two in a row this evening. I think he should be a -500 betting favorite in this 155-pound scrap, so I see enough value in him at his current line of -400 to include him in this parlay. Gabe’s Call: Newell by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Gabe’s Recommended Parlay: Newell (-400) and Bibulatov (-610) at -220 for 4.4u to win 2u

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