UFC Fight Night 84: Silva vs Bisping Free Betting Tip

Obviously overshadowed by the Raphael Dos Anjos pulling out and Nate Diaz filling in news, UFC Fight Night 84: Silva vs Bisping goes down this Saturday from London, England. For those in the UK, it will be a rare prime time card as they typically have to stay up late into the night to catch a live UFC card. While the card isn’t the greatest outside of a few fights on the main card, we’ve still got you covered as we currently expect to have 5 betting tips for around 10 units of total risk. In terms of our recent results, February has not been as kind to us as January. We had a small profit at the first event this month, but went into the red a little after a loss at last week’s card. As every knowledgeable sports bettor knows though, it’s the long run that counts and we’ll continue to bring you the most valuable betting tips we can in order to bring you the most profit possible! Speaking of the long run, we have over 2 years of results in our betting track record and over a year third party tracked at CapperTek where our picks are also available to purchase for just $9.95.


In the co-main event at UFC Fight Night 84, Gegard Mousasi and Thales Leites will fight in a battle of top 10 middleweights. Mousasi is 30 years old, but has been fighting professionally since the age of 18 and has 45 total professional fights. In them, he has gone 37-6-2. In the UFC, he has gone 4-3, but part of that is because he has been fighting the best of the best in the middleweight division. His opponent, Thales Leites is 34 years old and 25-5 overall. He is in his second UFC stint, going 5-3 in the first and 5-1 in his current run. Surprisingly, in his most recent run, Leites has 2 TKO wins which would have been unheard of in his first run as he was a very one dimensional fighter who only looked to use his BJJ. We made Mousasi the first leg of our parlay. The reason is he should have a significant edge in the stand up. The best case is Leites tries to stand with him and either gets knocked out or loses a certain decision. The second best case is Mousasi stuffs any and all Leites takedown attempts and again wins an easy decision. The main danger to this parlay leg is if Leites is effective with his takedowns and BJJ and is able to stifle any offense of Mousasi on route to decision. We see that possibility as the least likely as Mousasi should be able to stuff the takedowns that Leites goes for. We got odds of 1.31 (-318) on Mousasi.

The second leg of our two team parlay is also a fight on the main card. We added bantamweight Francisco Rivera at 1.49 (-205) to defeat Brad Pickett. Rivera is 34 years old and 11-5 overall. He is 4-4 when fighting in the Octagon. Crazily for a bantamweight, 3 of Rivera’ 4 wins came by TKO or KO. Pickett is 37 years old and 24-11 overall. In the UFC, he is 5-6. We have shown in the past that guys slow down in their early 30s in the lighter weight classes and with Pickett being 37 and coming off a KO loss, he’s very likely going to have problems handling the power of Rivera. We added Rivera as our second parlay leg at 1.49 (-205) to make the parlay bet 2 units at 1.96 (-104) at Bookmaker.eu.


That’s it for our UFC Fight Night 84: Silva vs Bisping free betting tip! We hope you sign up at CapperTek so you can tail all our bets and profit with us!


Gegard Mousasi over Thales Leites and Francisco Rivera over Brad Pickett. 2 units at 1.96 (-104) at Bookmaker.eu

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