Polaris 10 Odds, Preview & Predictions

Polaris 10 Odds, Preview & Predictions

Written by on May 21, 2019

MyBookie.ag is proving once again that they offer the most abundant lines in the business with their recent posting of the Polaris 10 odds.

As I always do, I searched the internet trying to compare odds on these six bouts, but to my small surprise, I couldn’t find these odds posted anywhere else. Bravo to MyBookie for giving fans what they want: bets on everything, even the emerging sports.

MyBookie has posted lines on all six Main Card bouts for Polaris 10, taking place on May 25th at The Lighthouse in Dorset, England.

Polaris Pro Grappling is Europe’s longest running large-scale professional grappling event, and Brazlian Jiu-Jitsu will be the focus of Polaris 10.

If you don’t happen to watch Professional Grappling like the other 7 billion people in the world, don’t worry because I’ll pick your bets for you. All you need is some blind confidence.

Below are my favorite picks:

Polaris 10 Odds, Preview & Predictions

Polaris 10 Event Info

  • When: May 25th, 2019
  • Where: Lighthouse, Poole, England
  • Live Stream: UFC Fight Pass

Polaris 10 Main Card

  • Nicky Ryan Vs Urijah Faber – Featherweight title match
  • Craig Jones Vs Matheus Lutes – Middleweight title match
  • Ethan Crelinsten Vs Ashley Williams – Lightweight title match
  • Miha Perhavec Vs Richie ‘Boogeyman’ Martinez – Middleweight
  • Brad Pickett Vs Caol Uno – Lightweight
  • Nick Rodriguez Vs Ashley Amos – Catchweight – 105 Kg

Nicky Ryan vs Urijah Faber

Billed as the main event, this Ryan vs Faber bout is already seeing some big action. After starting off as a pick ‘em, Nicky Ryan’s line has dropped all the way to -155, an indication of heavy sharp action.

Ryan is a 17-year-old phenom who will be taking on Urijah Faber, an MMA legend over twice his age.

However, Ryan won’t let the spotlight or experience difference get to him, and will handle Faber mightily.

Faber has almost no leg lock experience when compared to Ryan and the prodigy has seen exponential growth at every event the youngster has taken part in.

Ryan’s style will prove to be too much for Faber to handle, and I expect the kid to in this bout easily.

Take these odds now before they drop some more.

Ethan Crelinsten vs Ash Williams

As my underdog pick, I’m scratching my head as to even why Crelinsten is listed with plus-money here.

The 25-year-old Canadian has been on the rise in the past few years, and garned world-wide attention in 2017 when his opponent, Dimitri Salem, allowed a kimura to go too far, causing a cringe-inducing snap to echo to the audience.

With plus-money odds and a beast entering his athletic prime, expect Crelinsten to handle Williams with no problem.

Additionally, Crelinstens odds have dropped from +135, to + 100, indicating heavy action on his side.

Slam this one now while he’s still the dog.