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This week, we’ve got a Fight Pass card in Singapore. Since it’s in Singapore, we have to wake up at 4:30am ET to see it live. I’ve already set the alarm and that I will be up prepared to sweat these early fights. DraftKings does not have many large tournaments this week so I will personally be playing more money games and less GPPs. I will still have 3 GPP lineups but most of my investment this week will be in cash games. But, There’s still money to be won so here are a few plays I enjoy and my fade of this week:
Money Game play of the week — Stack, Leon Edwards ($8,600) AND Donald Cerrone ($7,600)
Donald”Cowboy” Cerrone is not in a boring fight. Whether he wins or loses, his fights generally score as a whole along with also the winner almost always pays off their cost in DraftKings. I usually search for at least 100 total points should I stack a struggle in money and I think for this being a possible 5-rounds, it should assess well over that. If Edwards win this battle, it’s likely an early KO, and if this happens he’ll score quite high. If Cerrone wins, he could lock up a entry or a knockout which will readily 10x his cost of $7.6k. But in any event, you have the winner at your lineup and the ensured 30-90 win bonus points if you do stack. I think this battle is going to be fun as long as it lasts and there should be a good number of points added up until these two get finished. If this does go 5 rounds, these two should nevertheless get over 100 total points with the pace Cowboy brings to the table.
GPP drama of the week — Li Jingliang ($9,200)
Li Jingliang constantly puts on a show when he steps in the Octagon. He’s a quick pace fighter that scores very well on DraftKings when he wins. I think he must be the fighter wherever this fight ends up against Abe. In addition, I believe he could complete this fight on the feet or the ground and if that happens he would probably pay off his high price tag of $9.2k. He’s the 3rd most expensive fighter on the card and I believe he’s the highest ceiling. That’s what we want in GPPs is a high ceiling, so that is the reason why Jingliang is my GPP play of the week.
Underdog play of the week — Song Yadong ($7,900)
Song Yadong is my favorite DraftKings”underdog” this week. His betting line has changed to him being a slight favorite at -120 but he’s $400 cheaper than his opponent. I believe saving that $400 is a good transfer in cash or GPP games therefore I like Yadong in most formats. I think Yadong will seem to maintain this fight on the feet and hunt for this KO win. If he does get the win, I think he must easily pay off that price tag and receive at least 10x.
Fade of the week — Viviane Pereira ($8,800)
My primary difficulty with Pereira is that she’s too pricey. At $8.8k, I want at least 88 points from her and I think she needs get a finish to do that. I really don’t see that happening and neither does Vegas using a +617 ITD line. She doesn’t strike a high enough pace or land sufficient takedowns to score 88 points in my personal opinion. In her 2 UFC wins she held her opponent against the fence to get a fantastic portion of the struggle and no issues have been scored when that occurs. If she does that again , there’s absolutely no way she even comes close to 88 points even with a win. I have a complete fade on Pereira this week and that I will pay up for different favorites instead.
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