UFC on Fuel TV 4 Predictions- Kamikaze Overdrive MMA
UFC on Fuel TV 4- Munoz vs Weidman Wednesday July 11th 2012
UFC on Fuel TV 4 Predictions- This Episode of the show covers Predictions for the 6 Main Card Fights on the UFC on Fuel TV 4- Munoz vs Weidman card along with a pair of undercard predictions.
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Chris Cariaso/Josh Ferguson Total Rounds Over 1.5- Cariaso has gone to decision 10 times in 16 fights winning 9. Unless Ferguson has won all 8 of his fights by submission, which is something he will be hard pressed t repeat here. Look for Cariaso to control the pace of the fight from start to finish making the over a solid play.
James Te-Huna 1.30 vs Joey Beltran 3.95
Te-Huna has looked pretty good with a 3-1 UFC record and had he been able to build on his early success against Alexander Gustafsson he could very well find himself in the UFC’s 205 pound top 10. If Te-Huna is going to take the next step, Beltran is the type of fighter he needs to be able to walk through before getting a shot at the elite of the division. I like Joey Beltran and he is an entertaining fighter, but he is never going to compete for a UFC title no matter what division he is in. He is taking this fight on short notice and has only competed at 205 pounds once so he may still be working some issues out with the weight cut. The only scenario where I can see Beltran beating Te-Huna is if Joey can endure the early onslaught and then when/if Te-Huna starts to fade Joey takes over either outpointing or stopping him. Te-Huna looked vicious against Rosa and I expect a similar approach in this fight. Te-Huna doesn’t pay great, so I will most likely work him into a parlay or two but nothing too crazy. Take a look at the props bets section for a couple of different and potentially more profitable betting options.