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UFC 212 Betting Tips, Picks and Predictions for Aldo vs Holloway

This looks like it could be a tough event for betting because there are lots of Non Brazilians who only hold marginal advantages over their opponent but it's dangerous to bet against Brazilians when they fight in Brazil...

Anywhere else in the world and I think Holloway would be a good bet but in Brazil I am not so sure yet...


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Raphael at 2.7 ??? i'm in
I like VB odds too, nate is worse than him...


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just thinking out aloud, but I dont think its worth relying on Brazilian judges to favour Brazilian fighters like how it used to be. 2017 we've seen some fair decisions that when watching live, surprised us because everyone thought there would be bias.

FN106 - Borg def Formiga via unanimous decision. that was a close one.
FN106 - Reneau vs Correia drew.
FN100 seemed pretty unbiased.
FN95 looks to be the last event with a large number of Brazilian decisions, back in September 2016.

Looking at the list of judges often used in Brazil:
Hallison Pontes & Joseph Terrell dont judge outside of Brazil and weren't used at FN106.
Guilherme Bravo, Marco Aurelio Borges, Fabio Alves dont judge outside of Brazil but were at FN106.
Eric Colon (FN100) & Sal D'Amato (FN106, FN95) travel all over for UFC.


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[quote quote=33528]just thinking out aloud, but I dont think its worth relying on Brazilian judges to favour Brazilian fighters like how it used to be. 2017 we’ve seen some fair decisions that when watching live, surprised us because everyone thought there would be bias.

FN106 – Borg def Formiga via unanimous decision. that was a close one.
FN106 – Reneau vs Correia drew.
FN100 seemed pretty unbiased.
FN95 looks to be the last event with a large number of Brazilian decisions, back in September 2016.

Looking at the list of judges often used in Brazil:
Hallison Pontes & Joseph Terrell dont judge outside of Brazil and weren’t used at FN106.
Guilherme Bravo, Marco Aurelio Borges, Fabio Alves dont judge outside of Brazil but were at FN106.
Eric Colon (FN100) & Sal D’Amato (FN106, FN95) travel all over for UFC.

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Solid work my guy. Thanks


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