Quinton JacksonUFC 186 Date: April 25, 2015 Arena: Bell Centre City: Montreal, Quebec, Canada The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Montreal, Quebec, Canada with UFC 186: Johnson vs Horiguchi. The main card will get underway at 10pm ET on Pay Per View, with preliminary action preceding it at 8pm ET on Fox Sports 1 and 6:30pm on UFC Fight Pass prior to that. If interested in wagering on this parlay, or any other plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. Here is my main card parlay for UFC 186: Flyweight title bout: Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson (-1000) vs Kyoji Horiguchi (+650) Gabe’s Thoughts: I don’t agree with the current odds but I do think Johnson wins this fight. I think Horiguchi will be able to keep this fight competitive for all five rounds of action, but will ultimately end up losing a unanimous decision when the fight hits the judges’ scorecards for a decision. Horiguchi was thrown into this fight too soon and he himself admitted he would have preferred a couple of more fights first. Going from Louis Gaudinot to the champion is arguably the biggest leap in UFC title contention history. That said, he is a very solid fighter, so I would not be surprised to see him get his hand raised, but I don’t think he’s quite ready for this challenge yet. He will likely have his moments, but I think “Mighty Mouse” gets the better of him over the course of the 25-minutes of main event action and ultimately secures another success title defense. Gabe’s Call: Johnson by Unanimous Decision (49-46, 49-46, 49-46) Catchweight bout: Fabio Maldonado (+220) vs Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (-300) Gabe’s Thoughts: I don’t think Rampage has had a great camp or is even in the best of shape, but I don’t think he needs to be to beat Maldonado. The Brazilian is not going to try to wrestle, he’s going to want to stand and trade, and in a fight like that, I think Jackson can get out of bed on any given day and do enough to pick up the win. Worst case scenario, he edges a decision on the scorecards, but in a more likely scenario, I excpect him to either knock Maldonado out or outstrike him for three rounds to pick up up a unanimous 30-27 nod on the cards. I know he will be looking for that early knock out, and I think there’s a good chance he finds it. Scoring his first UFC knockout since 2008 would be the picture perfect way for the PRIDE veteran to make his Octagon return. Gabe’s Call: Rampage by T/KO (punches, 1:01 round 1) Gabe’s Recommended Parlay: Johnson/Horiguchi Over 4.5 rounds (-120) and Rampage (-300) at +144 for 2.15u to win 3.1u