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Dylman_12
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02.03.2014 | 4:26 PM ET

When predicting fights I usually like to pick two or three underdogs per event just based on a gut feeling. While picking the winners for this event I noticed none of the dogs really caught my eye...

I was just wondering who you guys think would be a few fighters that could pull off the "upset" if you want to call it that.

"To be the man, you've got to beat the man."

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FresnoMMA
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02.03.2014 | 4:37 PM ET

I have Musoke, Ronson, Marcello, and Arantes all getting the underdog win.  I think that Tuhugov has a good chance of upsetting Tavares.
michigandolphin
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02.03.2014 | 4:53 PM ET

I've got Tuhugov and Arantes.

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Begood2
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02.03.2014 | 5:08 PM ET

Never bet based on gut feeling. 

Sato is a decent underdog bet. Defended his his King of Pancrase title 6 times. I wouldn't parlay him. Just a single.

Will I pick him on tapology? I'll decide on the day of the event

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amp112
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02.03.2014 | 5:16 PM ET

If you're gonna bet on an underdog, I highly recommend not using that pick in a parlay. 

One idea is to have 2 parlays. One without underdogs to make your money and a separate one where you put the dogs in, but bet low. You win that parlay, you hit the jackpot. You lose, you only lost a little money.

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Begood2
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02.03.2014 | 5:22 PM ET

Good advice

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Live2wrestle
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02.03.2014 | 5:52 PM ET

Mousasi, Damm, and Reis have the best chances. I will probably pick Sato just because he's ******* awesome and I would feel like a **** fan if I dont pick him and he does pull off the massive upset but I don't see him having very good chances against Silva.

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flying_frontkick
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02.03.2014 | 6:22 PM ET

I agree with @FresnoMMA that Musoke, Ronson, Marcello and Arantes all have a chance to take those fights. I'll be going with Musoke and Ronson. Arantes most likely because I'm 0-3 picking Blanco in all 3 of those losses.

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Dylman_12
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02.08.2014 | 3:31 PM ET

whoa guys, I never mentioned the word "bet", this is just all for fun on tapology. I'm too cheap to risk losing money, haha. Thanks for the responses though guys, I appreciate the advice!

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michigandolphin
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02.08.2014 | 8:46 PM ET

think I'm going to take Reis too. 

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02.08.2014 | 8:52 PM ET

Reis is going to get ******* smashed, if you want a good underdog bet Ildemar should hav a great chance.agaknst the Ruskie.

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