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    Dave Herman. Ex-Indiana heavy, now is something like 11-0 in MMA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clmetal View Post
    I'm drawing a blank on Herman. (?)

    They could use Silva too - they don't have that many good Hwts (although its improved with them getting Randy back).

    Villasenor too. We were supposed to see Villasenor - Lawler 2 and Diaz - Alvarez, I'm disappointed on both of them.

    I would imagine the UFC would want Alvarez to end his relationship with Dream if he comes over.
    He fought Ron Waterman on one of the shows and finished him quickly he also just headlined the Shoxc event and beat kerry schall.

    Claudale check your pm's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Dave Herman. Ex-Indiana heavy, now is something like 11-0 in MMA.
    I guess I don't know him then.
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    Im calling BS on "ladies" love Goldberg, I bet its one lady, the one writing the stuff down
    Nah, it was some 50-year-old chicks.

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    He fought Ron Waterman on one of the shows and finished him quickly he also just headlined the Shoxc event and beat kerry schall.

    Claudale check your pm's.

    ? I have no PMs.

    I forgot to record a Showtime event recently, maybe that's why I missed him. Ron is a monster and tough for at least a few minutes (before he turns blue in the face), so that's a good win.
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    Hmm not sure what I did wrong there. I can just ask you here.

    I was wondering what sports betting site you use? I tried to make a bet on bodog but it would not let me based on the financial institution I use. All my credit cards are through chase so I am not sure what the deal is.

    I was going to make a small wager on Dos Santos against Werdum. He is a +575 underdog. My reasons being that he is 18-0 in kickboxing and the brazilian champ has a bjj blackbelt and trains with the nogs and anderson silva. Werdum has weighed in heavier than ever, he was 233 against Arlovski in the 240's against Gonzaga and is now 254. I think he could have taken this guy lightly and may be out of shape and overlooking the fight. Either way I would not make a huge bet but could still make decent money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    Hmm not sure what I did wrong there. I can just ask you here.

    I was wondering what sports betting site you use? I tried to make a bet on bodog but it would not let me based on the financial institution I use. All my credit cards are through chase so I am not sure what the deal is.

    I was going to make a small wager on Dos Santos against Werdum. He is a +575 underdog. My reasons being that he is 18-0 in kickboxing and the brazilian champ has a bjj blackbelt and trains with the nogs and anderson silva. Werdum has weighed in heavier than ever, he was 233 against Arlovski in the 240's against Gonzaga and is now 254. I think he could have taken this guy lightly and may be out of shape and overlooking the fight. Either way I would not make a huge bet but could still make decent money.

    Interesting bet idea. I don't know anything about Dos Santos, but I also noticed that Werdum looked puggy.

    I think the best betting site is Pinnaclesports. They always offer the most narrow margins. But I've had a hard time placing deposits with them too.

    I've never had a problem with placing a deposit with Bodog.

    Another one I've used is sportsbetting. I almost won big with them when I bet on Arona winning the GP, odds were 18-1 and he beat Wanderlei in the semi finals who was the overwhelming favorite (he only paid even money). I put a little on Shogun too, so I won that and got paid out, but wasn't a big pay day.

    I've had bad luck recently with betting, so I don't do it as often. I think you've identified one where the odds are off. Perhaps I'll give that one a try.
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    PJ, I would not use sportsbook if I were you. If you search the internet on any online betting sites, you'll find people complaining how difficult it is to get paid out, but I think Sportsbook is the worst.

    I remember on themat 2 years ago that people won betting on NCAA wrestling and I don't know if they ever got paid (they started a thread on it after weeks of dealing with their bullshit).

    A guy at my work won big with them, and it literally took him 6 months to get paid. He was on the phone with them every day getting the run around, chatting with them, faxing paperwork. I was suprised he ever got paid, but a lot of people would give up at that point and bet until their winnings were gone.
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    Thanks I will try those now and see if they work.

    On Danas video blog they showed Dos Santos hitting the mits and he looked to have good hands. I know hitting the mitts doesnt mean much but that combined with everything else I listed made it an intriguing bet. He also looks to be in great shape so if he can keep it on the feet and get into the late part of the second and third round he could have a shot.

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