UFC 186 Date: April 25, 2015 Arena: Bell Centre City: Montreal, Quebec, Canada The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Montreal, Quebec, Canada tonight 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 fight card, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. Here are my live dogs for UFC 186: Lightweight bout: John Makdessi (-160) vs Shane Campbell (+150) Fight Prediction: I think this is a coin-flip fight, only because it is in Makdessi’s backyard, but if it were in Vegas, I would flip the odds and make Campbell the -160 favorite. At +150, I think the value is with him in his short-notice Octagon debut. I think he can win this fight by either finish or decision. Makdessi is a very talented striker but I think Campbell has to tools to defeat him, either inside the distance or on the scorecards. With that in mind, I will avoid making any prop plays on this bout, but I will take a shot at the value on Campbell straight-up. Gabe’s Call: Campbell by T/KO (strikes, 1:21 round 2) Gabe’s Recommended Play: Campbell (+150) 2u to win 3u Women’s Bantamweight bout: Alexis Davis (+185) vs Sarah Kaufman (-200) Fight Prediction: I bet on Kaufman the second time these two fought under the Strikeforce banner, and after that fight, I told myself that if they ever fought a third time, I would take Davis. I do think Davis can win this fight by either decision or submission, but this is more of a gut play than anything else. I believe she can beat Kaufman and avenge her two previous defeats tonight, and I am counting on her to do so. I think she will find success with her grappling in this match-up and do enough to pick up at least two out of three rounds on the judges’ scorecards for a decision, if not put Kaufman away with a submission, as I already mentioned. At +1050, Davis by Submission is a prop I will also be making a play on, so look for my props article for that. On the feet, she will be at a disadvantage, but I would not be surprised to see her do some damage there as well. I expect significant improvement from Davis in the striking realm as it’s an area she has focused on since her time away from the cage. I think these women’s bantamweights have a great chance at producing another incredibly entertaining scrap tonight, and at her current underdog tag of +185, I do like Davis for a play. Gabe’s Call: Davis by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Gabe’s Recommended Play: Davis (+185) 3u to win 5.55u