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“Thinking about going all in an Ngannou. What do you say?” -Rich, Miami, FL
He very well could win, but I think those of you paying -325 to get Ngannou over Junior Dos Santos are only out of your thoughts. The lineup must be -160, therefore while I personally want to back Ngannou together with my wallet inside this area, I can not do so at these chances. I believe we are taking a look at a”puppy or pass” scenario, and personally, I’m going to have a problem on whether to take a shot on the dog or not. I believe he holds value, but I really don’t like the fact that he is taking on a heavy hitter coming from a knockout reduction.
“Are you going to have any plays for the Dana White Tuesday Night Contender Series fights?” -Ashford, Rick, WA
I’ve bet on a few fights in previous weeks but have not had the opportunity to put any plays out, considering the traces come out Monday night and the fights are on Tuesday night. I will try, but will not have the ability to get it done this week either. The amount of work it requires and the time I have don’t seem possible, especially considering I need want to place out at least 2 plays. While I won’t be able to get an article out for this week, I really do like Tiffany Masters +115, as I think she needs to be a -170 betting favorite heading into her matchup versus Jamie Colleen.
“I am seeing NYC next month. Have you got any restaurant recommendations? ” -Jim, Odessa, TX
To find the best pastrami sandwich around the planet, visit Harry and Ida’s in the East Village.
For legit Brazilian acai (and freshwater dishes), go to Berimbau du Brazil in the West Village.
To get a fantastic piece, my top two places right now Joe’s on Carmine and Williamsburgh Pizza on Broome/Allen. Little Italy Pizza in the Financial District is an excellent 24-hour joint, also, for a late night slice. For some good soup, The Original Soup Man in Hell’s Kitchen is your place to strike! You’ll recall it from”The Soup Nazi” episode of Seinfeld. The soup there’s legit, as is their lobster roll, and sometimes you’ll discover the actor who plays the Soup Nazi there taking photos with customers/tourists.
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