UFN 60

ezflyer

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UFC Fight Night 60 - Featherweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1101 Cole Miller +260 o2½ -105
11:59PM 1102 Max Holloway -380 u2½ -135
UFC Fight Night 60 - Welterweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1201 Kiichi Kunimoto +225 o2½ +100
11:30PM 1202 Neil Magny -305 u2½ -140
UFC Fight Night 60 - Middleweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1301 Patrick Walsh -115 o1½ -190
11:00PM 1302 Daniel Kelly -125 u1½ +150
UFC Fight Night 60 - Lightweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1401 Michel Prazeres +170 o2½ -230
10:30PM 1402 Kevin Lee -230 u2½ +170
UFC Fight Night 60 - Flyweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1501 Chris Kelades +260 o2½ -130
10:00PM 1502 Ray Borg -380 u2½ -110
UFC Fight Night 60 - Lightweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1701 Rodrigo Lima -110 o2½ -165
9:00PM 1702 Efrain Escudero -130 u2½ +125
UFC Fight Night 60 - Featherweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1801 Jim Alers +125 o2½ -210
8:30PM 1802 Chas Skelly -165 u2½ +160
UFC Fight Night 60 - Flyweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - FS1
Sat 2/14 1901 Tim Elliott +100 o2½ -280
8:00PM 1902 Zach Makovsky -140 u2½ +200
UFC Fight Night 60 - Lightweight 3 rounds - 1stBank Center - Broomfield, Colorado - UFC.tv
Sat 2/14 2001 Cody Pfister +175 o1½ -185
7:30PM 2002 James Moontasri -245 u1½ +145

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guessing skelly gets bet from -165. alers is good brit grappler guy. hrmmm.
 

ezflyer

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u2.5 borg -110?
 

ezflyer

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thatch vs bendo announced, 170 debut for bendo

2/14 main event
 

ezflyer

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bendo gonna be undersized? i know he's been wanting to go to 170, but thatch is huge.

and why's thatch been out so long, btw? i forget..
 

ezflyer

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you think he weathers the storm and gets td's?
 

ezflyer

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jesus, bendo fighting this guy...
 

JustBleedFan

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Thatch will open as a favorite, right? Are you guys leaning Thatch and if so, up to what price do you play him? -150? Greater?
 

ezflyer

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hrmmm. man idk. if either guy was +150, i think i'd play the opener.. if it opened -110 -110, i'd.. i'd... idk...
 

mmaed

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Well Vitors about six feet tall so that makes Thatch about 6 foot two or so? Bendo is about five foot ten or so. I'll give Ben a solid shot based on the fact that he arguably out struck Cerrone and his striking skill level is probably approximately equal to Thatch's. I just don't know how he'll handle the difference in strength. I like Bendo, I hope we don't have to watch him get creamed.

On the other hand maybe he feels it was the weight cut that caused him to get TKO'd by Rafael Dos Anjoy. Perhaps his age has made the cut harder, making him more susceptible to the knock out. Either way Thatch has some serious reach on him as well as somewhat proven takedown defense. Justin Edwards and Paulo Thiago couldn't come close to getting him down.
 

Mirinquads

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Thiago took Thatch down, breh. Biggie smalls took him down as well in some feeder org.
 

ezflyer

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At first glance, I'm a little thrown off by Magny being such a huge favorite
Might be onto something, but man..

Kunimoto kinda sucks. He needs to get him down to win.

Also no Japanese robbery this time
 

ezflyer

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Thiago took Thatch down, breh. Biggie smalls took him down as well in some feeder org.
Bendo doesn't really wrestle anymore... But youd think he would in this fight...
 

Mirinquads

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Nop, he doesn't try for takedowns at all.

Either way, i think he knows he needs a win here.
 

marzwoody

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Nop, he doesn't try for takedowns at all.

Either way, i think he knows he needs a win here.
There is no point is trying against Cowboy or Dos Anjos. well unless your Khabib.

He outstruck Cowboy all three rounds, even Rogan was talking about how when he loses it lights a fire under him and make him get better. he has 2 losses to his name he needs a win here like you said.
 

Mirinquads

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What? Ofcourse there's a point to trying. Bendo is a high high level wrestler. Dude used to maul guys in the clinch and on the ground with ease. Dos Anjos got Cerrone down with ease, and he's not as good of a wrestler as Bendo. He is just content to strike more now, and even went away from his legkicks.
 

marzwoody

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What? Ofcourse there's a point to trying. Bendo is a high high level wrestler. Dude used to maul guys in the clinch and on the ground with ease. Dos Anjos got Cerrone down with ease, and he's not as good of a wrestler as Bendo. He is just content to strike more now, and even went away from his legkicks.
Someone pull up the leg kick stat from the Cerrone fight :D
 

Mirinquads

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Yeah what was it... 3?

Little babbby taps to the quads does not count for strikes, which the judges obviously understood. The huge sweeping ones that knock you off balance, that's what the judges get sweezy for.
 
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