Plays for WSOF 32

Marlon Moraes 2WSOF 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 plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. Here are my plays for WSOF 32: Bantamweight title bout: Marlon Moraes (-370) vs Josh Hill (+310) Gabe’s Thoughts: I believe that this rematch will play out similar to their first meeting. I expect Moraes to keep this fight standing for the majority of 25 minutes of action, where he will outstrike the Canadian en route to picking up a unanimous decisionv victory on the judges’ scorecards. A finish would not completely surprise me, but Hill is tough to put away so I think a win on the scorecards for the Brazilian is more likely in this rematch. Hill is a solid bantamweight but I don’t see him getting past Moraes. I don’t think his chances of catching him with a T/KO or submission are good at all, and I don’t like his chances of outwrestling/outgrinding Moraes for at least three out of five rounds, either. I think Moraes at -350 and the Total of Over 3.5 rounds at -145 both hold value. Gabe’s Call: Moraes by Unanimous Decision (48-47, 49-46, 49-46) Gabe’s Recommended Plays: Moraes (-350) 3.5u to win 1u and 2) Over 3.5 rounds (-145) 2.9u to win 2u Bantamweight title bout: Alexandre Almeida (+115) vs Lance Palmer (-135) Gabe’s Thoughts: I think Palmer will have filled up the gaps needed in order to get past Almeida. I think we will see an improved Lance Palmer in this match-up, and a finish would not surprise me in the least, but I am favoring him to defeat the Brazilian on the judges’ scorecards following five rounds of co-main event action. Their first fight was close, and I expect Almeida to have his moments here, as well, but I think Palmer is the superior fighter of the two and will find a way to get his hand raised in this bantamweight title rematch. Gabe’s Call: Palmer by Unanimous Decision (49-47, 49-46, 48-47) Gabe’s Recommended Play: Palmer (-135) 1.35u to win 1u

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