Main Card Parlay for UFC Fight Night 91

Oleksiy-OliynykUFC Fight Night 91: McDonald vs Lineker Date: July 13, 2016 Arena: Denny Sanford Premier Center City: Sioux Falls, SD The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is set to make it’s inaugral trip to Sioux Falls, SD for UFC Fight Night 91: McDonald vs Lineker. This will be first official fight card under the new UFC regime. The 12-fight card is set to get going with preliminary action on UFC Fight Pass at 5:30pm ET and continuing on FOX Sports 1 at 7pm ET. Main card action will be underway at 9pm ET, also on FOX Sports 1.If interested in wagering on this parlay, or any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines are currently made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. Here is my parlay: Middleweight bout: Josh Samman (-220) vs Tim Boetsch (+190) Gabe’s Thoughts: Even though Boetsch is (again) dropping down from 205-pounds, I think Samman is the bigger and stronger fighter of the two heading into this middleweight contest scheduled for three rounds. I also see him as the more well rounded fighter with more tools in his arsenal. I think he will find success in defending Boetsch’s takedown attempts, if any, and hurt “The Barbarian” on the feet. I think there is a good chance Samman pressures Boetsch against the cage, scores a takedown of his own and begins working his brutal ground and pround, likely forcing the referee to step in and halt the action, ultimately rewarding Samman the first round TKO victory. Boetsch appears to be on a decline, while Samman has great potential at 185-pounds. I will be taking the fighter on his way up against the fighter who I think is on his way down. I think Samman should be a -320 betting favorite in this contest, so I like him at his current offering price of -220. Gabe’s Call: Samman by T/KO (punches, 2:13 round 1) Heavyweight bout: Daniel Omielanczuk (+170) vs Oleksiy Oliynyk (-200) Gabe’s Thoughts: In short, I believe Oliynyk’s superior grappling will be the difference in this heavyweight contest, as I see him taking Omielanczuk down and using his excellent submission game to quickly secure a tapout victory. He has a decent chin and hits hard in his own right, so it would not be shocking to see him score a knockout against Omielanczuk, as he did against his previous opponent Jared Rosholt. As long as he avoids getting clipped with something hard early on, I think this is Oliynyk’s fight to lose. He should be able to get a hold of Omielanczuk, and within seconds of that have him down on the mat and within seconds of that earn the tap for the submission win. Gabe’s Call: Oliynyk by Submission (neck crank, 0:39 round 1) Gabe’s Recommended Parlay: Samman (-220) and Oliynyk (-200) at +118 for 3.39u to win 4u

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