Tuesday, October 16, 2012


Over the last 28 weeks (six months +) I have previewed  over 630 events on the email service and put up 547 red type selections, stakes were  a total of 679.25 units and returns 829.29 units, a ROI of 122.09 % and a profit of 150.04 units.
A $100 unit stake would have earned you £15,004 at the rate of just over $535 per week, or $2,322 per month. Nearly all selections were freely available to back on the asian handicap, or for big four figure liquidity on the exchanges and all came with a full preview.


In addition to the red type selections, I have also put up "suggestions" in this sequence that have won at odds of 28-1 LINK  25-1 LINK , 9-1 LINK, 12-1 LINK 8-1 and many others, none of which are included in the profits shown above.There was another example of these at the weekend, when I gave one of my very rare boxing previews....



I would say this was one fight too many for Harrison but that was already true several years ago. His last fight of note and there has only been one meaningless bout since then in any case, was against David Haye 23 months ago LINK that was an embarrassment , Harrison landed one punch in three rounds and a large chunk of his purse was withheld for several months whilst the fight was investigated. He is 41 next month and his best and fleeting hey day was a dozen years ago, this is one last pay day for him and I think he will be eager to come out unscathed, against Haye he was much the taller man, but shrunk visible once the fisticuffs started and now he meets a giant of a man in the 2.03m Price, who at age 29, should just be entering his peak years.  Price will also have a madly passionate home crowd cheering him on , he has a 13-0 record ,has won 11 by knockout and his five starts in Liverpool have averaged just 2.2 rounds. He has trained incredibly hard and is taking nothing for granted, speaking of his opponent he said "For him to be under-rated is because he has underachieved and if you watch his fights he has struggled. But he is going to be a big danger to me and I can’t leave anything to chance in the gym. I have been going through the pain barrier everyday but this would be the case no matter who I was fighting. It makes no odds who is in front of me because I have that work ethic.”Price has too much to lose now and simply cannot afford to lose, boxing is all about the money and there is plenty for him to earn in the next couple of years and anything other than a quick win will be seen as a bad result by his team. Harrison has spent more time dancing than fighing in the last couple of years after competing in Strictly Come Dancing in 2011, he lasted six rounds there and I would be amazed if he got as far this evening ! Price can be backed to win inside rounds 1-3 between odds of 3.0 and 3.25 and they look fair quotes and anything over 2.75 offers a little value. One good punch early from Price should end any resistance such as it is likely to be and an early evening for all is on the cards.

I couldn't put it in red type as it was not freely available to all subscribers for high liquidity, but it was possible for anyone who can still bet with european style bookmakers, to get on.  Price won inside 83 seconds of the first round.

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