Although I looked at the odds for the national bookmaker here and wasn't impressed - right around $300 return for putting $100 on Gaethje by KO/TKO. Guess the NZ bookmakers watched the Ferguson fight and Luke Thomas' analysis of it as well.Yea that’s also smarter given what the odds will probably be
I 100% get what you mean. Boxing is my first combat sports love, the only sport I've ever really had a proper passion for.When top fights happen, magic happens. You know what my last memory of being happy was before the pandemic? I was in a burger joint reading on my phone about Wilder being weighed down by his heavy, 50 lb. outfit .
I don't think any other sport gives me butterflies like boxing does when those big fights happen.
I always think this when people on here make bets, one of them is getting great odds and one is getting awful odds, then theres a high chance the loser won't pay out.I hate to ruin a bet, but why the fuck wouldn’t you put that on at the bookies and get much better odds?
Whoever’s getting evens on Khabib’s onto a winner, I just dunno what’s motivating the other person.I always think this when people on here make bets, one of them is getting great odds and one is getting awful odds, then theres a high chance the loser won't pay out.
No but the fun of the bet for me is feeling like it’s against another individual person that I somewhat know. I know it’s odd but I’m an odd person.Betting with the bookies is still a bet though, so the fun’s still there, just with more money.
Each to their own mate, I don’t mind what you do. Just seemed odd.
Yeah. Pretty much where I’m at as well.Khabib will take him down like he does everyone else and it'll be game over
I really think Gaethje could be the guy. More than Ferguson or Conor, anyway.Yeah. Pretty much where I’m at as well.
As always with any opponent, there’s a puncher’s chance he’ll catch Khabib, and Gaethje’s got the added skill of fucking vicious low kicks, but I’m fairly confident we’ll see the same thing we always see.