1-1 last week, still in absolute shock that Vicente Luque’s first knockout loss came from Geoff Neal. Would have liked the parlay to have hit, but good for Neal. He surprised everyone and made me look like a fool.
Ride the wave, on to UFC Fight Night San Deigo.
David Onama (-275) vs. Nate Landwehr (+230)
After the Mason Jones fight, I knew David Onama had real potential in the UFC. Since the Jones fight, he has gone on to win both of his UFC fights with early finishes. Ironically enough both of Nate “The Train” Landwehr’s losses in the UFC have come by way of an early finish.
Landwehr struggles when fighters come out the gate full steam ahead. Which is exactly how Onama fights. If Onama sticks to his game plan and gets in Landwehr’s face early, he should knock him out.
Onama is a very powerful 145er, plus he’s backed behind a genius coach in James Krause. I genuinely like David Onama here, believe he will make things interesting in the featherweight division.
Bets: David Onama (-275)
David Onama by KO (+175)
Gerald Meerschaert (+240) vs. Bruno Silva (-285)
If you’ve been following Delinquent MMA for a minute, you already know where this breakdown is headed. However, if you’d like a quick refresher, my name is Rob, the Burno Silva hype train conductor.
Been advising to bet on Bruno Silva since he debuted in the UFC. I even whipped my nuts on the table and called for Silva to beat Alex Pereira. Obviously, that fight did not pay out, but if we learned anything from that performance. It’s that Burno Silva is one tough bastard with an incredible heart.
Granted GM3 is a dangerous opponent, plus his odds make it so tempting to sprinkle a little action. I’m keeping the train on the course, give me Bruno Silva, and give me him by Knockout! Chooo Chooo.
Bets: Bruno Silva (-285)
Bruno Silva by KO (-160)
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