Power Slap 7 Predictions: A Slap-Happy Friday in Store



Power Slap 7 Predictions: A Slap-Happy Friday in Store

Another Power Slap card is upon us, and fans of this new sport are excited to see whether their Power Slap 7 predictions come true this weekend.

Fans are being treated to a rematch of one of Power Slap's most classic fights on Friday. There is also a heavyweight championship fight that will be included on our Power Slap 7 full card predictions.

We will be going over every matchup you'll see, along with Power Slap 7 picks that convey which slappers we believe will secure wins this weekend. So let's dive in!

Power Slap 7 Predictions: A Whole Lot of KO's

Dibbell vs Phillips Prediction

Both Damien “The Bell” Dibbell and Ryan “King of Kings” Phillips are two of the hardest slappers in the entire sport, and there's a very good chance this fight doesn't make it out of the first round.

Since Phillips will be making the first slap, we believe taking Phillips to win — which is currently at +100 — is a good bet to make.

Bata vs Turpin Prediction

Turpin lost the last time these two big-time slappers faced off, which is why Ron “Wolverine” Bata now holds the light heavyweight belt.

Yet, most fans believe Turpin has what it takes to win this rematch and end Friday night as the new champion. We agree with this, and would suggest taking Turpin at -200 here.

Viernes vs Scott Prediction

We have seen Hawaiian slappers showcasing some insane power in past Power Slap events. And based on Dayne “Da Hawaiian Hitman” Viernes nickname alone, one has got to figure that he has a good chance to earn a victory.

While we respect the power that will be coming back at him, we think taking Viernes to win — currently at -175 — is the best way to go this weekend.

Rodriguez vs Hintz Prediction

Former middleweight champion Ayjay “Static” Hintz makes his triumphant return this weekend, and oddsmakers believe he is likely to emerge victorious.

We like Hintz in this one because he will be the first slapper. This is a huge advantage, and justifies his -145 betting line. Take Hintz here. 

Thomas vs Scott Prediction

Another former champion returns when “KO Chris” Thomas faces Jewel “Kidd Diamond” Scott. Even though Thomas is listed as a -205 favorite, we think he is the most certain victory on this card. We can't recommend taking Thomas enough in this one. 

Klingbeil vs Cole Prediction

Although Klingbeil is a ferocious slapper, he is stepping in on short notice to take on Coltin “The Truth” Cole — who we know can hit.

Preparation is important, which is why we believe taking Cole — currently at -140 — is a good bet.

Quinones vs Wallace Prediction

This is one of the few fights where we disagree with the oddsmakers. Despite Quinones being the favorite, we believe that Wallace — who is a +115 underdog — is going to win this one.

Rivero vs Belisle Prediction

Russel “Kainoa” Rivero is a massive favorite on this Power Slap 7 fight — and for good reason. We expect Rivero, who is a -325 favorite, to win this matchup with ease.

Those are our Power Slap 7 predictions. Enjoy this weekend's slate of slaps!

Grant Young is a sports writer from San Francisco. He has had two professional Muay Thai fights: he got knocked out in one, and got a knockout in the other. When it comes to his favorite fighters, it's Israel Adesanya, and then it's everyone else.