UFC Betting

     UFC betting odds are easy to understand. UFC betting odds are simply money lines that have one fighter favored against another. For example, you might have one fighter at -240 and the other fighter at +200. In this UFC betting example you would risk $240 to win $100 or the 24/10 equivalent.

 
 

If you liked the underdog in this UFC betting example you would risk $100 to win $200 or the 10/20 equivalent. Gamblers that look at UFC betting odds have some things to consider. Looking at a fighter's record and his fighting style is important as you consider UFC fighting. You can find this information at one of the many UFC websites that list a fighter's record and bio.

UFC fighting involves fighters that are well conditioned and well trained. The fighters today have excellent techniques that include grappling and ground fighting. With UFC fighting you will see fighters using their fists, elbows and knees. It used to be that a fighter could get away with having just one solid technique ut no longer. Fighters must be well rounded so they can handle any fighting style. As you consider UFC betting you want to be aware of the different styles and of how they do against each other. The most popular technique used to be jiu-jitsu. It is based on a fighter gaining leverage and positional advantages to gain submission. Now many fighters uses a combination of jiu-jitsu with others forms of boxing, wrestling, etc.

As you consider UFC betting you will want to do research on the fighters and their styles. You will also want to consider the UFC betting odds. Underdogs have done fairly well in UFC betting; more so than what has been seen in boxing. It is not unusual to see a big underdog win on the UFC betting line. It is something you want to keep in mind as you look at the UFC betting odds where big favorites are common.

UFC Fight Night 82 Betting Odds - Hendricks vs. Thompson

This coming Saturday the 6th of February 2016, the UFC 82nd Fight Night had a big Super Bowl 50 weekend slate that included F. Werdum heavyweight champion facing former champ C. Velasquez, but low and behold Velazquez who was injure several weeks ago, just dropped out, and the following day Werdum withdrew claiming he did so because of his own injury problems.

UFC Fight Night 81 Betting Preview

This Sunday the 17th of January 2016 we are pleased to preview matches of the UFC Fight Night 81 with the first match-up we preview being the UFC Bantam Weight Championship with T. Dillshaw facing D. Cruz and for those that Bet on UFC the opening odds on Dillshaw at -145 and D. Cruz at +115.

What Would a Jon Jones-Daniel Cormier Bout Look Like?

One of the hottest topics in the MMA world involves whether or not Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier would face each other in a UFC title fight. Jones won earlier in the year and but lost his title, which Cormier then took in.

Who’s Got the Edge In Lawler-Condit In UFC 195?

Robbie Lawler currently holds the UFC Welterweight championship title and is hoping to show the world that he’s one of the most dominant names in the sport right now. He will be putting his title on the line on January 2, 2016 at UFC 195 from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. He will be taking on the fourth-ranked fighter in the Welterweight division, Carlos Condit.

Cormier and Gustafsson To Fight At UFC 192

A big match for the UFC light heavyweight title will take place at UFC 192 on October 3 at the Toyota Center in Houston. Current champion Daniel Cormier will take in Alexander Gustafsson in this match. It was originally going to be the main event at UFC 191 but a knee injury suffered by Cormier caused the event to be delayed.

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