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Today's Line - Fight Night

It's Fight Night! @drjayh has been crushing it since joining #LetsGet60 and has a 62-30 overall record in MMA. Below are his picks.

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UFC 206

Max Holloway versus Anthony Pettis


Breaking News! Anthoney Pettis did not make weight at the weigh-ins. He weighed in at 148 lbs, three pounds over the 145 lb weight limit for featherweight. The penalty for this is he forfeits 20% of his purse to Holloway and is not eligible to be the interim champion if he wins.

The featured match for UFC 206 has Max Holloway fighting Anthony Pettis. This match is an attempt to palliate the frustrated Holloway who has a nine fight win streak yet can’t get a title match. So he is fighting Pettis, a former lightweight champion, who really is pretty new to the featherweight division and hasn't really earned a title shot, yet here they are fighting for the interim championship belt, I wish I could explain why it is for an interim belt but I can't. It's in a division whose real champion, Conor McGregor was just stripped of this belt because he just won the lightweight championship, and the UFC doesn't want him to have two championships at once because he doesn't defend them often enough. Actually, he has never defended any championship he has ever won! I'm about to stop here before I write a novel, but I need to just say two more words, Jose Aldo. He is the champion now sort of, thought he didn't fight to get it, not that he doesn't deserve it. For those who have followed my fight picks here at Letsget60, you already know that if you don't understand why the UFC makes the decisions it does, the answer is always money. Oh yeah, speaking of money, time to make some, cause I'm here to make fight picks…

Pick: Max Holloway by decision


Matt Brown versus Donald Cerrone

Nothing strange here. These are two very good serious old-time fighters that come to the office every day, don't cause any trouble for the company, and give it all they have.

Pick: Donald Cerrone by strikes second round. 


Dooho Choi versus Cub Swanson

Swanson has long been a favorite fighter of mine. He is a pleasure to watch, very slick and creative. Choi, the Korean Superboy, is an up and coming serious striking machine. This could be the best fight of the night.

Pick: Dooho Choi by decision


Kelvin Gastelum versus Tim Kennedy

Pick: Kennedy by decision


Emil Meek versus Jordan Mein

Pick: Jordan Mein by decision


Misha Cirkunov versus Nikita Krylov

Pick: Nikita Krylov by submission second round




12-11-16FIGHTMax Holloway vs. Anthony Pettis OVER 2.5 (-230)$0.15$0.06pending

12-11-16FIGHTMONEYLINE: Max Holloway -230$0.69$0.30pending

12-10-16FIGHTNikita Krylov vs. MISHA CIRKUNOVOVER 1.5 (+105)$0.15$0.15pending

12-10-16FIGHTMONEYLINE: Nikita Krylov +100$0.30$0.30pending

12-10-16FIGHTKelvin Gastelum vs. Tim Kennedy OVER 2.5 (-195)$0.15$0.07pending

12-10-16FIGHTMONEYLINE: Tim Kennedy -133$0.41$0.30pending

12-10-16FIGHTCub Swanson vs. Dooho Choi OVER 1.5 (-160)$0.15$0.09pending

12-10-16FIGHTMONEYLINE: Dooho Choi -222$0.67$0.30pending

12-10-16FIGHTMONEYLINE: Donald Cerrone -279$0.84$0.30pending

12-10-16CBBATS: Bruins -8.5 (-110)$0.15$0.13pending

12-10-16CBBATS: Bulldogs -16.5 (-105)$0.15$0.14pending

12-10-16NBAATS: Trailblazers -1 (-110)$0.15$0.13pending

12-10-16CBBATS: Sooners +4 (-110)$0.15$0.13pending

12-10-16CBBATS: Terrapins -13.5 (-110)$0.15$0.13pending

12-10-16CBBMONEYLINE: Wildcats -245$0.15$0.06pending


Good Luck All!

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Documented Results as of May 11, 2015