What was supposed to be Bellator’s PPV debut has been cancelled, but we still have a great card scheduled for this Saturday, November 2 now on Spike TV. The card that was supposed to feature Tito Ortiz vs Rampage Jackson before Ortiz pulled out due to injury still features the Bellator lightweight and featherweight titles being defended. While our math model can’t predict any of the fights on this card, there is still some value in a couple of the lines.
Alvarez vs Chandler For the Lightweight Title: Both men have been dominant in Bellator for years. Chandler will defeat Alvarez again (Fight 1). We put 1.5 units on the under 3.5 rounds at 1.87 to 1.
Curran vs Strauss For the Featherweight Title: Curran will retain the belt. No bet at current lines.
Lawal vs Newton: Newton defeated Lawal again. It was more than just a lucky punch and there is good value in Newton (Fight 1). We put 1 unit on Newton at 4.4 to 1.
Riggs vs Bronzouliz: Riggs the more likely winner, but wouldn’t be overly surprised if Bronzoulis can pull it off. No bet on Riggs at 1.54 to 1.
Stepanyan vs Richman: Stepanyan bounces back from being submitted by Wilcox. No bet at current lines.
Juarez vs Williams: Look for Williams to pull off the upset. We bet 1 unit on Williams at 2.25 to 1
Camacho vs Luciano: Luciano wins a decision. No bet at 1.37 to 1.
Halsely vs Ramirez: Halsley’s unblemished record will remain when all is said and done. No bet at 1.4 to 1.
Guymon vs Miller: Close match-up with limited value. See Guymon winning 60% of the time.
Darren Smith vs Josh Smith: Obvious choice is Josh Smith, but wouldn’t bet on either of these guys in a million years.
Here are the latest odds for Bellator 106: