Ryan Bader and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira headline UFC Fight Night 100 in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Saturday. The two faced off once before at UFC 119, a relatively unmemorable bout that saw Bader pick up the victory.
The rest of the card is stacked with plenty of interesting prospects who could very well be among the elite in their respective weight class one day.
O fim de semana conta com uma "rodada dupla" no UFC. Neste sábado, a maior organização de MMA do mundo realiza eventos em Belfast, Irlanda do Norte, e em São Paulo, no Brasil. Ambos os show são liderados por uma revanche. O primeiro terá Gegard Mousasi Vs. Uriah Hall, enquanto o segundo tem como astros principais Rogério Minotouro e Ryan Bader. Os confrontos podem render até 400% de lucro aos apostadores nos investimentos feitos visando o resultado das lutas.
The sport’s greatest showman took over the world’s greatest arena in epic fashion with a second-round TKO victory over Eddie Alvarez to become the UFC’s first two-division champion. McGregor wasn’t the only one that cashed in as many savvy, or maybe just lucky, bettors hit on everything from plus-money props to calling their shot on one of the five underdogs who won.
UFC 205 was a landmark event for the MMA world. And though it was a massive moment in the sport's history, it is still another spoke in the wheel. The UFC is going to keep chugging along, and with that in mind, I play booker and predict who the biggest stars from UFC 205 will face off with next.
I'm also going to make a projection as to roughly where the lines for these potential matches could close near. I'm far from a bookmaker, so these are my personal estimations based on my knowledge of the subject matter. To reiterate, these are hypothetical lines for hypothetical fights.
The UFC in Madison Square Garden. UFC 205 will be a special landmark moment for the sport, as the biggest arena in combat sports history plays host to potentially the greatest card in MMA history. The entire card is stacked top to bottom with former champions, headliners and big names.
As much as Dana White wants to say Conor McGregor is cutting down to 145 and defending his featherweight title next, ‘The Notorious One’ does whatever he wants. And what he wants is to fight Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight title. So, at UFC 205 – the UFC's first event at Madison Square Garden – McGregor will look to become the first-ever fighter to hold two belts simultaneously when he challenges Alvarez on November 12.
With an undercard that would easily make up a great stand-alone event, UFC 205 is easily the most stacked event in the UFC’s history. They definitely went all-in for the first card at the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, and bettors and casual fans alike will be tuned in well before the main-card portion of the event kicks off.
Featuring several top contenders and fighters with exciting highlight reels, here’s a look at each undercard fight along with my betting odds analysis:
UFC 205 is one of the biggest events in MMA history. And with an event of this magnitude, you shouldn’t be limiting yourself to straight-up wagers. Luckily, books have posted massive lists of props for you to peruse.
If you don’t have time to spend poring over this huge list of props, we’ve done the work for you. Here are the prop bets that offer the best value for UFC 205.
Here we go again. Another Conor McGregor fight where his detractors will pick apart his grappling skills, his cardio and whatever other reasons they can come up with to convince themselves that he’ll lose. The fact is, though, McGregor continues to back up his world-class trash talk with elite-level performances that make people who bet against him pay. In the biggest, most pressure-filled performance of his life vs Nate Diaz, he proved he has the mental strength to overcome adversity and made the necessary adjustments to even the score with the only man to defeat him in the UFC.
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