FIVE STRAIGHT WINNING MONTHS ~ $38,996 OVERALL RUN!
As you know, April was the 5TH STRAIGHT winning month for Power Sports. While off a winning weekend (6-5 overall), he has dug himself into a bit of an "early hole" here in May. But it's nothing he can't recover from. Still on a $38,996 ALL SPORTS RUN (goes back to the day after Thanksgiving), look for this to be a MASSIVE week! Power was a PERFECT 4-0 in MLB over the weekend. He's also 36-19 L55 NBA sides. And both Soccer (74-34 run) & UFC (83-40 ALL-TIME) have been MAJOR successes!
Bryan Power made his professional handicapping debut in August of 2011. Despite coming from relative obscurity, he quickly earned the moniker "The Real Deal" by going a phenomenal 21-5 with all selections the first week!
From there, the winning has simply never stopped. 2012, 2013 and 2014 were all winning years that saw Power further raise his profile in the industry. In 2015, we saw the formation of Power Sports with a full team now working "behind the scenes" with Bryan. Not surprisingly, that brought some of the best results yet.
Achievements in Handicapping: Over the last year, Power has seemingly dominated EVERY sport!
94-62-3 (+$20,528) in 2015 NFL!
Won 4 of 5 NCAAF Win Total Bets + had Oklahoma (+800) to make the CFP!
142-113-8 (+$17,650) in 2015-16 NCAAB!
Finished 41 Games OVER .500 in NHL!
37 Games OVER .500 in NBA since Feb '15!
Currently having a DREAM season in MLB (check page constantly for updates!)
LEGENDARY Lifetime Record in UFC (Started 5-0 in 2016!)
Biggest Win of 2016 (So Far): Honestly, there are so many to choose from.
Power "laughed all the way to the bank" with a 2-0 sweep in the Super Bowl
(Denver & the Under). But, if forced to choose just one, he would have to
go with his *10* College Basketball Game of the Year, which came in the
Final Four and saw Villanova, just a two-point favorite, humiliate Oklahoma
95-52. That's a 41-point cover, if you're keeping score at home! Of course,
Power would go on to cash Nova in the Title Game as well.
Biggest Loss of 2016 (So Far): As you can tell, Power has been doing quite
well for himself of late. But occasionally, he'll get caught on the wrong
side of a "bad beat." One particularly painful one saw Power place a bet on
Over 198.5 on a Cavs-Pistons playoff game. The score was 100-98 with well
over one minute remaining, but sadly Power never did get that one final
bucket he needed.