Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony, side by side on my piano keyboard, oh Lord, why can’t Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather? The current UFC Featherweight and Lightweight Champion has once again challenged the retired boxer to a match “under boxing rules because (Mayweather)’s afraid of a real fight.” Online sportsbook boxing betting odds would not favor McGregor under those conditions, but who cares about winning or losing if you make $100 million along the way. What strikes us as odd is that the Notorious one would like his purse in “cash,” though he’d probably need a truck to haul that kind of money – which is appropriate after all, because it is the very definition of a truckload of money.
The UFC made sure to hold nothing back for UFC 205. It was a celebratory night; New York marked the last major hurdle the UFC had to overcome on its way to becoming the world’s premiere promotional company. The UFC treated online sports betting fans to the best fight card in the history of the sport, and the fans responded by breaking all of the UFC’s previous records regarding pay per view, attendance, and viewership. But now, after their biggest night, the UFC will have to prepare to keep scheduling entertaining bouts to keep their hungry fans satisfied. UFC Fight Night 99 should do that and more.
Although betting sportsbooks are still reeling from all the wagers fans took for a bet on UFC 205, there is an undeniable atmosphere of uncertainty regarding the future of the dual-division champion. Conor McGregor achieved what seemed impossible this past weekend when the reigning UFC Featherweight Champion took down the then reigning UFC Lightweight Champion to become the 1st ever UFC fighter to hold two belts from two distinct weight classes. But before we even got started with 205, McGregor made it known publically that he would be announcing some very important news regarding the future of his career following the fight with Eddie Alvarez.
Fans who bet on UFC should be excited that the promotion’s upcoming event on November 12th at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. There will be not one, not too, but three title matches, and one of them will be a champion vs. champion bout. Oh, and Chris Weidman and Yoel Romero will fight too, so there’s that. Let’s have a look-see at these match-ups, as well as the UFC betting odds for each.
November 12th is a blessed day for those who like to bet on UFC fights. As we’re all aware, the UFC is currently planning the biggest fight card in the history of the sport. With three title fights, and a chance at making history, no other fight card can rival the magnitude of UFC 205. Before we continue, let’s take a look at each headlining match, as well as the online sportsbook odds that each fighter will be facing.