Pound For Pound Picks is hosted by Joe Osborne and TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll). Every Tuesday afternoon, Joe and Tom will preview the upcoming UFC fight night, giving you all the betting analysis you need ahead of the weekend. Whether it’s a PPV event, or your average “UFC Fight Night” card, the guys will be their to provide you with an in-depth analysis of the upcoming octagon action. Pound For Pound Picks lives on the VegasInsider Podcast feed, wherever you get your podcasts.
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Meet Our Team
Joe Osborne is a sports betting analyst and host of our daily show Chasing That Paper! Joe has been working in the sports betting industry in a variety of roles for close to ten years. Prior to breaking into the industry, he received a diploma in broadcast journalism and an advanced diploma in public relations. He has a passion for numbers and likes to cater to the casual sports bettor with his stat-driven analysis. His main areas of focus are the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and UFC. His favorite sports memory is watching Joe Carter hit the walk-off home run for his beloved Toronto Blue Jays in the 1993 World Series. When he’s not locked-in on sports, he enjoys spending time with his family, eating steak and lifting extremely heavy weights.
TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) is the media manager at VegasInsider, where he can be heard on various podcasts across the VegasInsider Podcast feed: Tom & Thom, Pound For Pound Picks, and more! He joined the VI team in the summer of 2020 as producer/cohost of Great Dane Nation, and was promoted into his current role in January of 2022. With a background in sports radio, he’s made stops at both the network level (ESPN Radio & FOX Sports Radio) and large-market local level (98.5 The Sports Hub, WEEI Sports Radio Network & 101 ESPN St. Louis). He's a 2014 graduate of Emerson College in Boston, and a native of Lincoln, RI. He’s a firm believer that a hot dog is, indeed, a sandwich, and he once accidentally sent an email blast to thousands of ESPN employees letting them know he put freezepops in the break room freezer…people don’t forget!