PRO MMA ‘Best Bets’ of UFC 95

UFC 95 takes place this Saturday Feb. 21 in London, England. The card is headlined by Diego Sanchez (19-2, 8-2 UFC) making his lightweight debut against Joe “Daddy” Stevenson (29-9, 6-3 UFC). Odds-makers  are placing Sanchez as the heavy favorite, however, this will be his debut at lightweight and it is often hard to tell how someone will adjust to the weight cut their first time. Stevenson would be a good play at +250 and considered a PRO MMA Best Bet.

There is a fight on the preliminary card between England’s Terry Etim (11-2, 2-2 UFC) and Palace Fighting Championship lightweight title holder, Brian Cobb (15-4, 0-0 UFC). Cobb took this fight on short notice, replacing Justin Buchholz (8-2, 1-1 UFC), who is out with a staph infection. The Odds-makers are banking on the fact Cobb will not be prepared coming in with about a week’s notice, but with his experience and underdog odds of +200, he is also considered a PRO MMA Best Bet.

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Jim Rome talks WEC 36: Faber vs. Brown

by:  Jack Bratcher

The MMA world has fought tooth and nail for years to be taken seriously as a legitimate sport. Much of it boils down to a slow, steady, and deliberate education process.

ESPN’s Jim Rome talked about the WEC 36: Faber vs. Brown fight Thursday on his sports talk show, Jim Rome is Burning.

Jim Rome is as legitimate as it gets when it comes to mainstream sports coverage. He has a loyal following of dedicated listeners that take their sports very serious.

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