Shogun Lil NogUFC 190 Date: August 1, 2015 Arena: HSBC Arena City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Rio de Janeiro this Saturday (August 1, 2015) with UFC 190: Rousey vs Correia with a stacked 13-fight card. Main card action will get going at 10pm ET on Pay Per View, with preliminary action preceding it at 8pm ET on FOX Sports 1 and a pair of scraps on UFC Fight Pass prior to that at 7pm ET. If interested in wagering on this parlay, or any bouts on this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. Here’s my three-way parlay for UFC 190: Light Heavyweight bout: Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (+170) vs Mauricio Rua (-200) Gabe’s Thoughts: I think Lil’ Nog has one foot out the door and Rua still has some fight left in him. I would not be surprised to see Shorgun send him into retirement with a finish in this match-up. Unless Shogun shows up injured and is just fighting for a paycheck, I don’t see him losing this fight. With that in mind, I think the paycheck may be one of the main reasons Nog is still competing. He was nowhere near ready for his previous bout against Rumble and reportedly spent no time warming up for it in the locker room. He went out there, got knocked out and collected a paycheck. We could expect a similar outcome on Saturday night, though if he does indeed show up hungry for a win, I still favor Rua. Gabe’s Call: Shogun by T/KO (knees and punches, 2:47 round 1) Heavyweight bout: Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (+150) vs Stefan Struve (-170) Gabe’s Thoughts: Simply put, I think Struve wants a win more than Big Nog wants one, even with the fight being in his backyard. I think Struve is really desparate and hungry and will give it everything he has to get his hand raised. In this particular match-up, I like his chances of making that happen. Gabe’s Call: Struve by T/KO (punches, 0:11 round 1) Light Heavyweight bout: Patrick Cummins (-160) vs Rafael Cavalcante (+140) Gabe’s Thoughts: Cummins is without a doubt the superior wrestler heading into this 205-pound contest and I expect a similar outcome to that of Cavalcante’s bout against Ryan Bader, in which he was outwrestled for three rounds of action for a unanimous decision defeat. Cummins is coming off a knockout loss to Ovince St Preux, and while “Feijao” hits hard, I don’t think his chances of putting Cummins away are nearly as good as OSP’s were. OSP is capable of knocking out anybody in the light heavyweight division. If he doesn’t get finished early, I think Cummins outwrestles his way to a unanimous decision victory on the judges’ scorecards, though I would not be shocked to see him score a late stoppage of his own. Gabe’s Call:┬áCummins by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Gabe’s Recommended Parlay: Rua (-200), Strue (-170) and Cummins (-160) at +287 for 3.45u to win 9.9u