Combate Global’s pick, live stream, how to watch: 2021 Copa Combate tournament predictions by MMA insider


Combate Global is the premier destination for country-to-country competition, and on Sunday it will present its fourth annual Copa Combate tournament with $ 100,000 up for grabs. Eight bantamweight fighters from eight countries will face off in an overnight competition where the winner will win anything in which the quarterfinals and semi-finals are both one-round fights and the championship fight is a three-round battle. You can stream the action live on Paramount +.

Among the eight fighters vying for the six-figure award will be Irish / South African fighter Frans Mlambo, who will face veteran Peruvian Jose Zarauz in the first bout in the quarter-finals. In a quarter-final match in the opposing side of the 2021 Copa Combate installment, Mexican fighter Carlos Briseno will face Chilean fighter Cristian Barraza, who will make his fourth appearance with the company this year. Coverage of the Copa Combate tournament begins at 9:30 p.m. ET and you can follow all the action live on Paramount +.

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How to watch the Copa Combate in Miami

  • Date: Sunday December 12
  • Time: 9:30 p.m. ET
  • Broadcast: Paramount +

Combate Global chooses for bantamweight tournament on December 12

Before you tune into Sunday’s tournament, you need to see the picks from SportsLine MMA insider Andrew Gombas. With over 1,200 selections being tracked by third-party monitoring service Bet MMA, Gombas has shown a 10% ROI for its subscribers. In 2020, the $ 100 bettors who followed his picks increased by $ 9,200.

For Sunday’s Copa Combate 2021 tournament, Gombas chooses Leo Muniz to beat Pierre Daguzan in one of the quarter-final matches. Muniz represents the United States and will make his third appearance with Combate Global after an almost six-year hiatus in mixed martial arts.

Muniz beat Hector Fajardo by unanimous decision in May and August and, at 31, he still has time to jumpstart his career with a victory in this tournament. He’s a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, but he still loves to stand up and punch, so he’s dangerous no matter how the fight goes.

“Muniz trains with top guys and has a very complete game. Daguzan is the oldest fighter in the competition, but doesn’t have a lot of professional experience. I see Muniz controlling this one from start to finish. end, “Gombas told SportsLine.

How to watch the Copa Combate tournament

Now that you know who to choose, get ready to watch Combate Global. Visit Paramount + now to see Combate Global, your local CBS live sports events, some of the world’s best soccer games and more.

Copa Combate quarter-finals matches

  • Frans Mlambo (10-5) against José Zarauz (22-8-1)
  • Carlos Briseno (13-2) vs. Cristian Barraza (7-3)
  • Pierre Daguzan (6-5) against Léo Muniz (6-1)
  • Luciano Ramos (8-6) vs. Kevin Cordero (12-2)

Copa Combate semi-final matches

  • Mlambo / Zarauz vs. Daguzan / Muniz
  • Briseno / Barraza vs. Ramos / Cordero


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