Fight Junkie Predictions Archive For 2016 & Year End Units Tally For 2015
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1/11 -- Devin Haney V Xolisani Ndongeni
10:00PM ET/10:00PM PT
1/13 -- Jose Uzcategui V Caleb Plant
8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT
1/18 -- Bryant Jennings V Oscar Rivas
9:30PM ET/6:30PM PT
1/18 -- Demetrius Andrade V Artur Akavov
9:00PM ET/6:00AM PT
1/19 -- Manny Pacquiao V Adrien Broner
9:00PM ET/6:00PM PT
1/26 -- Jamie Munguia V Takeshi Inoue
9:00PM ET/6:00PM PT
1/11 -- Keith Thurman V Josesito Lopez
8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT
1/19 -- Joshua Pacio V Yosuke Saruta
8:30AM ET/5:30AM PT
1/19 -- Henry Cejudo V T.J. Dillashaw
10:00PM ET/7:00PM PT
Another betting year comes to a close and for the THIRTEENTH consecutive betting season the Fight Junkie team has continued to turn a profit betting on the fight game. This time around it was for the entire 2018 betting season!
Our total team's take this year was 284.27 units! The entire Fight Junkie team put their noses to the grind stone and went to work to ensure our THIRTEENTH consecutive profitable betting season!
For the eighth straight year we have added in more and more MMA matches into our capping previews. This year showcased marked improvement betting on MMA over the previous seven, and it is becoming crystal clear that currently MMA is offering the knowledgeable sports bettor plenty of money making opportunities. In fact, some of the team members actually fashioned better units won via Mixed Martial Arts than boxing.
Since inception, the team here at Fight Junkie has preached consistency over focusing on just the big scores. That mindset of setting your feet in the sand and standing firm throughout the entire betting season has helped us to consistently year in and year out pull a profit on both boxing and MMA.
Because we produce such a large amount of predictions each month, our archives page had become bogged down when posting our plays for the entire year. From here on out you will still be able to read our archived predictions but they will only be for the previous weeks predictions.
We feel this still gives everyone an opportunity to get a feel for how we make our predictions and how they are laid out.
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Saturday night on PPV, fight fans will be treated to a 12 round fight for the WBC World middleweight title when Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, (46-1, 32KOs) battles Amir “King” Khan, (31-3, 19KOs) live from the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Alvarez opened the contest as the betting favorite and the odds have barely gotten any money since the lines opened, with Alvarez sitting at -550 and the underdog Khan resting at +425.
The O/U on the bout is set at 9.5 rounds, with the over coming in at +105 and the under at -125. Alvarez by KO comes in at -190, while Alvarez by decision will get you +420. Khan by KO hits the mark at +2100, and Khan by decision lands at +530. The odds of the fight being declared a draw sit at +2500.
Saturday night, fight fans will be treated to a 12 round fight for the vacant WBO NABO middleweight belt when David Lemieux, (34-3, 31KOs) battles Glen “Jersey Boy” Tapia, (23-2, 15KOs), live from the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Lemieux opened the contest as the betting favorite and the lines have only moved around slightly since opening. Currently, you can get Lemieux at roughly -1000 while Tapia supporters get the underdog cash at +650.
The O/U on the bout is set at 6.5 rounds, with the over coming in at +120 and the under at -160. Lemieux by KO comes in at -360, while Lemieux by decision will get you +335. Tapia by KO hits the mark at +1200, and Tapia by decision lands at +2200. The odds of the fight being declared a draw sit at +3300.
Sunday, fight fans will be treated to a heavyweight fight when Alistair “The Demolition Man” Overeem, (40-14, 17KOs, 19 Submissions) battles Andrei “The Pitbull” Arlovski, (25-11, 17KOs, 3 Submissions) live from the Ahoy Rotterdam, Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands.
Overeem opened the contest as the slight betting favorite and the lines have only moved around slightly since opening. Currently, you can get Overeem at roughly -155 while Arlovski supporters get the underdog cash at +145.
The Will Go/Won’t Go on the bout is set at 5 rounds, with the Will Go coming in at +500 and the Won’t Go at -800. Overeem wins ITD comes in at -160, while Overeem by decision will get you a substantial +650. Arlovski wins ITD hits the mark at +200, and Arlovski by decision lands at +1700. The odds of the fight being declared a draw sit at +22500.