Fights to Avoid Betting for WSOF 32

Ben-Fodor-WikipediaWSOF 32: Moraes vs Hill II Date: July 30, 2016 Arena: XFINITY Arena City: Everett, WA World Series of Fighting (WSOF) returns this Saturday (July 30, 2016) with WSOF 32: Moraes vs Hill II. The 12-fight card is set to kick off at 7pm ET on the promotion’s website, with main card action getting underway at 10:30pm ET on the NBC Sports Network. A pair of title fights will be topping off the card. If interested in wagering on any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. My Fights to AVOID betting are: Lightweight bout: Caros Fodor (-140) vs Ben “Phoenix Jones” Fodor (+120) Gabe’s Thoughts: Two adopted brothers will be going toe to toe in the co-main event of the evening. I agree that Caros should be a small betting favorite in this contest, so I see no betting value in this contest. I also favor it to go Over 2.5 rounds but I don’t think the betting line of -245 offers any value either. I think this fight hits the judges’ scorecards more often than not, whre I would expect Caros to get his hand raised more times than not. Being the veteran mixed martial artist of the pair, I think he should have some advantages heading into the bout. I favor him to get his hand raised, but I recommend skipping this scrap at the sportsbook come Saturday night. Gabe’s Call: Caros Fodor by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Gabe’s Recommended Play: AVOID Middleweight bout: Phil Hawes (-170) vs Louis “Put the Guns Down” Taylor (+150) Gabe’s Thoughts: Hawes is coming off a first round knockout of Joshua Keys just a month ago at WSOF 31 and makes an immediate return to action for this contest, where he will be taking a step or two up in competition by squaring off against veteran Louis Taylor. “Put the Guns Down” currently enjoys a five fight winning streak heading into his second WSOF appearance, including a first round knockout of Bellator veteran Joe Vedepo and a first round submission of UFC veteran Brian Houston. I think Hawes is the superior fighter of the two heading into this contest and am in full agreement with the current betting odds, so I see no value in him to make me want to pull the trigger on a wager. I think this is a fight that is best left alone at the sportsbooks this weekend Gabe’s Call: Hawes by T/KO (punches, 3:14 round 1) Gabe’s Recommended Play: AVOID

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