The Weekly Punching Parlay Season One (Episode 10)

DaveBets

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 8:49 PM UTC

Tuesday, Apr. 30, 2019 8:49 PM UTC

Last weeks ‘Punching Parlay’ gifted us with yet another win moving the record up to 9-0, this week is episode 10 and the final episode of this seasons punching parlay

<p><strong>Macy Chiasson vs Sarah Moras</strong></p><p>Bantamweight prospect Macy Chiasson comes in as the biggest underdog on the entire fight card and for good reason. At first glance, her 4-0 record would have you believe she is still a green fighter, but don’t be fooled as Macy dominated her Ultimate Fighter appearances with two knockouts and then a submission in the final to earn her contract as UFC bantamweight.</p><p>The UFC realises they have something special and promotable here in Macy, usually when this happens the UFC will set up fights accordingly. Giving Macy a high-level opponent so early in her professional career could damage the popularity, gifting Macy some easy opposition will do the opposite of that. That brings us to Sarah Moras, with 2 wins and 3 losses in the UFC Sarah has had a rocky start on the big stage. She doesn’t offer a striking skill set to cause Macy any problems, she does possess good Ju-Jitsu but Macy should have the takedown defence advantage coming in as the bigger fighter.</p><p>So, the first addition to this week’s accumulator will be Macy Chiasson.</p><ul> <li>Macy Chiasson at 1.18 – 2/11 with <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=a710bfac-73c1-4a57-b441-2caf1b9f397b&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="A+ Rated Bookmaker!">William Hill</a></li></ul><p> </p><p style="text-align:center;"><img alt src="https://usatmmajunkie.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/matt-sayles-dwcs-10-1.jpg?w=1000&amp;h=576&amp;crop=1v" style="width:700px;height:467px;" /></p><p><strong>Matt Sayles vs Kyle Nelson</strong></p><p>I think the UFC was looking for Canadian fighters to fill up the card when they made this fight. If we compare Matt and Kyle stylistically, in my opinion, it’s not even close, Matt seems like a great future prospect whilst Kyle doesn’t look like he’s ready for UFC calibre of competition.</p><p>7-2 record, Matt lost his UFC debut in a close decision to Sheymon Moraes which is nothing to be ashamed of. Neither fighter is known for their wrestling or taking the fight to the ground, so this fight will most likely be a three round striking battle and when comparing the two, Matt Sayles look’s like the more technical and successful striker. Matts striking offence and defence works well, his cardio always seems to last and I think he capitalises on the big weight cut Kyle is taking as the bigger man.</p><p>Matts debut was a tough one, and he impressed me. I think he can steal this one and even more so if he avoids any sort of knockout or submission in round one.</p><ul> <li>Matt Sayles Wins at 1.45 – 4/9 with William Hill</li></ul><p> </p><p style="text-align:center;"><img alt src="https://ufc-video.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/background_image_xl/s3/2018-10/GettyImages-893937624.jpg?gdDj6DGOPrpeb1cJ1eLIh1TqPdD_4feo&amp;itok=zi67xwa8" style="width:700px;height:467px;" /></p><p><strong>Nordine Taleb vs Kyle Prepolec</strong></p><p>Nordine’s original opponent had to pull out and in steps Kyle Prepolec. I think Nordine has gifted a win that he really needs when UFC chose Kyle as the replacement, with a good chance that any more losses could cost him a new fight contract with the UFC… I expect Nordine to be in top form.</p><p>A huge size advantage goes against Prepolec in this fight, coming in short notice to a weight division that is actually one above his go-to weight class. Nordine also has a huge experience advantage, Kyle is super green and might not be ready for the big bright lights of the UFC just yet.</p><p>I see Nordine giving it his all in this fight, Taleb should be way more technical and have no problem defending Kyle in the grappling department. One thing for sure, the crowd are going to be pumped up as both fighters hail from Canada. No home town advantage and no chance of a questionable decision, I’ll take the veteran.</p><p>We’ll finish the final episode in the first season of the ‘Weekly Punching Parlay’ with Nordine Taleb.</p><ul> <li>Nordine Taleb at 1.30 – 3/10 with William Hill</li></ul><p> </p><p>Each and every season of ‘The Punching Parlay’ will have a different number of episodes depending on when I think it’s a good time to cash out. As we’ve managed to reach 10 units, I think it’s a great time to cash out and start a new season. The record doesn’t disappear but seeing as the money invested doesn’t belong to a bankroll, it makes the punching parlay nothing but fun and a chance to treat yourself amongst the monthly grind of sports handicapping.</p><p>The minimum cash out for Season One of the punching parlays will be £922.26 (9.2 units), we’ll then reset the bank for Season 2 Episode 1 and start again in hopes of bagging some nice profit in the months/weeks to come.</p><p><br /><strong>Punching Parlay</strong></p><ul> <li>Macy Chiasson at 1.18 – 2/11 with William Hill</li> <li>Matt Sayles at 1.45 – 4/9 with William Hill</li> <li>Nordine Taleb at 1.36 – 4/11 with William Hill</li></ul><p><br /><strong>Odds: 2.22 – 6/5 with William Hill</strong></p><p><strong>Stake: £100 / 1u</strong></p><p><strong>Returns: £ 232.70</strong></p><p><strong>Profit: £132.70</strong></p><p><strong>Starting Bankroll: £100 (1unit / 1u)</strong></p><p><strong>Current Parlay Bank: £1022.26 (10units/10u)</strong></p><p><strong>The Weekly Punching Parlay Record: 9-0 past seven events</strong></p>
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