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  • someclevername

    Saturday 12.7.19 – Capital One Arena – Washington, D.C.

    ESPN Main Card – 8pm CT

    Alistair Overeem (248) vs Jairzinho Rozenstruik (250.5)
    Marina Rodriguez (115.5) vs Cynthia Calvillo (120.5)*
    Stefan Struve (265.3) vs Ben Rothwell (265.2)
    Aspen Ladd (136) vs Yana Kunitskaya (135.1)
    Cody Stamann (135.2) vs Song Yadong (135.2)
    Rob Font (135.1) vs Ricky Simon (135.2)

    ESPN Prelims – 6pm CT

    Thiago Alves (171) vs Tim Means (171)
    Billy Quarantillo (145.2) vs Jacob Kilburn (145.3)
    Bryce Mitchell (145.2) vs Matt Sayles (148.5)**
    Joseph Solecki (155.6) vs Matt Wiman (155.3)

    ESPN+ Early Prelims – 4:45pm CT

    Virna Jandiroba (115) vs Mallory Martin (115.5)
    Makhmud Muradov (185.3) vs Trevor Smith (185.5)

    *Calvillo missed the women’s strawweight limit by 4.5 pounds and will be fined 30 percent of her purse. Bout will proceed at catchweight.

    **Sayles missed the featherweight limit by 2.5 pounds and will be fined 20 percent of his purse.

  • mnstone14

    @mtdurham said...

    Am i still making no sense?

    Or did you just get lucky.

    That fight was as fadeable as youll ever see on the main event.

    It was a heavyweight fight with zero action. You can fade that type of fight all day in 150 max. Now in single entry… yeah ill just play rozenstruick and not overthink it.

    Thats what the 3rd or 4th fight in a row out of 5 fight cards where the main event was imminently fadeable

    kinda seems like you ended up being wrong. jairzino had 95 pts and overeem 50 in a loss.

  • iron_tactics

    @mtdurham said...

    Nah dude…. he had that fight stack in the Thunderdome… the $50 single entry…all of them…. it was clearly intentional

    In single entries?
    Then I have no idea what he was thinking

  • BIF

    @mtdurham said...

    Am i still making no sense?

    Or did you just get lucky.

    That fight was as fadeable as youll ever see on the main event.

    It was a heavyweight fight with zero action. You can fade that type of fight all day in 150 max. Now in single entry… yeah ill just play rozenstruick and not overthink it.

    Thats what the 3rd or 4th fight in a row out of 5 fight cards where the main event was imminently fadeable

    Well looks like I was right that the winner had main event and it was needed

    When a 5 round fight with KO potential is 8300 and 7900, you must play it – for a “math guy” you should be able to calculate that

  • geardaddy

    @mtdurham said...

    no one talking about moklovin’s strategy tonight to fight stack the aspen ladd – vs kunitskaya???

    I mean its one thing to use that in the thunderdome but pretty crazy he tried that in the larger fields too. Just seems so dumb

    Yeah i found this weird too. Except this card was heavily favored for favorites. My only assumption is he thought this would be the highest volume striking fight since it was a wmma fight. It was hard to find a optimal lineup for this card with no real underdog to put in your lineup. If Rozenstruik didn’t get that last second ko he was losing 4-0 from the judges. Staman was the surprise underdog who deserved to win. I knew he had a chance but he just dominated yadong.

  • mtdurham

    @BIF said...

    Well looks like I was right that the winner had main event and it was needed

    When a 5 round fight with KO potential is 8300 and 7900, you must play it – for a “math guy” you should be able to calculate that

    Lol. 25 minute fight and your boy hit in the last 4 seconds. Otherwise you were dead wrong. Just own it when you’re wrong

  • GreenvilleGreen

    @BIF said...

    Well looks like I was right that the winner had main event and it was needed

    When a 5 round fight with KO potential is 8300 and 7900, you must play it – for a “math guy” you should be able to calculate that

    How did you end up? I saw you had all the right plays, but I didn’t see you name on any leader boards when I searched.

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