Preliminary Card Parlay for UFC Fight Night 80

Kailin-Curran-pi-mp.vadapt.620.high.0UFC Fight Night 80 Date: September 10, 2015 Arena: The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan City: Las Vegas, NV The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be live from Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, December 10 with UFC Fight Night 80: Namajunas vs Van Zant. The stacked 11 fight card kicks off a three-card UFC weekend and will be live entirely on UFC Fight Pass, with the main card getting going 10pm ET and preliminary action preciding it at 6:45pm 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 my parlay: Middleweight bout: Antonio Carlos Junior (-240) vs Kevin Casey (+200) Gabe’s Thoughts: ACJ is back and ready to go 2-0 at 185-pounds! After picking up a win at heavyweight in his promotional debut, he dropped down to 205-pounds for his next bout, where he was dominated by Patrick Cummins for three rounds of action en route to a unanimous decision defeat on the judges’ scorecards. Following the lone loss of his professional mixed martial arts career, the Brazilian made another move down, finding himself at home in the UFC’s middleweight division with a third round rear naked choke submission win over TUF 19 winner Eddie Gordon. Casey looks to remain undefeated in his second stint with the promotion by taking out the Brazilian and will likely attempt to outgrapple the Brazilian when he fails to find success on the feet. I see ACJ keeping this fight standing and outstriking Casey for three rounds of action en route to a unanimous decision victory on the judges’ scorecards. That said, I think a T/KO finish is almost as likely. Gabe’s Call: ACJ by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Women’s Strawweight bout: Emily Kagan (+275) vs Kailin Curran (-335) Gabe’s Thoughts: I think Curran is the superior mixed martial artist heading into this women’s 115-pound contest and I see her dominating Kagan in every department of this match-up for all three rounds, if it makes it’s way to the judges’ scorecards for a decision. That said, I think it is more likely she finishes Kagan and I could see her doing so by either T/KO or submission, though I do favor the T/KO. I think Curran should be a -650 betting favorite heading into this contest, so I think she holds a good amount of value at her high-juiced offering price of -375. Gabe’s Call: Curran by T/KO (strikes, 4:25 round 2) Gabe’s Recommended Parlay: ACJ (-240) and Curran (-335) at -120 for 4.05u to win 3.4u

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