Most people that bet on UFC 210 will be doing their best to predict the outcome of the fights between Anthony Johnson and Daniel Cormier and Chris Weidman vs Gegard Mousasi, but I’ve studied both those fights in great detail this week and I still don’t have any idea who is going to win. As a result, I’m going to pass on both those fights and focus more on the rest of the card where their appears to be several good opportunities to make money.
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Don’t forget to keep checking this article regularly for updates because we’ll be adding more betting tips as we get closer to the time of the event.
|Anthony Johnson vs Daniel Cormier||Betting Tip Available|
|Chris Weidman vs Gegard Mousasi||No bet|
|Cynthia Calvillo vs Pearl Gonzalez||No bet|
|Patrick Cote vs Thiago Alves||No bet|
|Charles Oliveira vs Will Brooks||No bet|
|Mike De La Torre vs Myles Jury||No bet|
|Kamaru Usman vs Sean Strickland||Betting Tip Available|
|Charles Rosa vs Shane Burgos||No bet|
|Jan Blachowicz vs Patrick Cummins||No bet|
|Andrew Holbrook vs Gregor Gillespie||No bet|
|Desmond Green vs Josh Emmett||No bet|
|Jenel Lausa vs Magomedov Bibulatov||No bet|
|Irene Aldana vs Katlyn Chookagian||No bet|
Betting Tip 1: Kamaru Usman to beat Sean Strickland
Sean Strickland has a deceptively good MMA record of 18-1, which has helped us get a little more value in the odds on Kamaru Usman than I think we should be getting. Usman’s current odds of around 1.30 | -333 don’t seem that attractive, but I actually think they offer us a great return because I expect Usman to dominate this fight. I was surprised by the odds on Usman, I expected him to be a much bigger favourite.
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Our Betting Tip
Kamaru Usman to win
[5% of your bankroll]
Decimal = 1.31
Moneyline = -323
Fractional = 31/100
The bookies believe that Kamaru Usman has a 76% chance of beating Sean Strickland based on their current odds.
We believe that Kamaru Usman has a 90% chance of beating Sean Strickland based on our extensive research and analysis.
Betting Tip 2: Anthony Johnson to beat Daniel Cormier
The current set of USADA drug testing and weight cutting rules were introduced into the UFC in January 2016. Since then, we’ve seen many fighters move up in weight class to avoid a tough weight cut. We’ve also seen countless fighters suffer a tough weight cut and either pull out of a fight or go on to underperform in their matchup. Gone are the days when a fighter could kill themselves to make weight and then stick an IV in their arm and be back to full strength within a matter of hours.
At Friday’s early weigh-in Daniel Cormier looked absolutely terrible. His stomach was bloated, his face was drawn out and he’d clearly had a tough weight cut. I can’t think of a single fighter since USADA came into effect who looked that bad at a weigh in and went on to win. Take a look at the video below to see Cormier’s weigh in for yourself:
If Anthony Johnson and Daniel Cormier both showed up and fought to their full potential, I’d personally cap this fight at a probability of 50 / 50, but there are several X Factors at play in this matchup which makes me lean towards Johnson winning.
The first factor is of course Cormier’s tough weight cut. In contrast, Johnson looked excellent on the scales and it was visibly clear who was the healthier fighter.
The second factor is age. Daniel Cormier is now 38 years old. He has had almost 20 MMA fights and he has spent thousands of hours training in the gym and competing in high level wrestling contests at State, NCAA and Olympic level. There’s only so much a human body can take before it starts to break. Fighters tend to significantly decline from year to year after they reach the age of 33, which means that Cormier is well past his prime. Johnson and Cormier’s first fight was almost 2 years ago and a lot can change in that time when you’re in the tail end of your career.
The third factor is Cormier’s injuries. Cormier has suffered a lot of injuries and surgeries in recent years. Unlike in the pre USADA era, fighters can no longer use HGH to aid their recovery and many supplements are also banned. This is another factor which strongly indicates that Cormier won’t be the same guy that fought Rumble two years ago.
Of course it’s possible that Cormier could show up and look just as good as he did back in 2015, but over the last 12 months we have learned that older fighters and fighters who have had tough weight cuts tend to badly struggle on fight night. At odds of around 1.80 | -125, I think Anthony Johnson is a good bet based on all the information we have available.
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Our Betting Tip
Anthony Johnson to win
[3% of your bankroll]
Decimal = 1.80
Moneyline = -125
Fractional = 4/5
The bookies believe that Anthony Johnson has a 56% chance of beating Daniel Cormier based on their current odds.
We believe that Anthony Johnson has a 65% chance of beating Daniel Cormier based on our extensive research and analysis.