UFC betting Odds are Popular at SBG Global

December 2, 2010 UFC

UFC betting odds have gotten more popular over the past few years, especially since Spike TV started televising the sport back in 2005.

UFC betting odds started appearing on the Ultimate Fighter and have continued with events on a numbered basis with UFC 86 the latest. Why is UFC betting so popular?  UFC betting odds have really grown from the ground up. The fans of MMA really demanded that sportsbooks start putting up UFC betting odds and sportsbooks are always accommodating to fans.

It also helped the popularity of UFC betting odds that the fights were televised in the beginning for free on Spike TV. Anytime the public can watch and wager on something makes it more popular. Most of the UFC main events are now on pay-per-view but you will still see some bouts on regular TV and they will sometimes have UFC betting odds attached to them.

As you consider UFC betting odds there are some basics to remember. The UFC betting odds are based on money lines which mean you have a favorite and an underdog. It is similar to what you see in baseball with a favorite and an underdog. You might have Quinton Jackson at -250 and Forrest Griffin at +200 in UFC betting.  In this UFC betting example, you would risk $250 for every $100 you wanted to win on Jackson or get $200 for every $100 wagered on the Griffin. You can wager any amount but those are the ratios for that particular UFC betting example.

UFC betting odds will give you more than just the option of betting one fighter or another.  You can bet on how long the fight will last and you might even see options on how the fight will end.  Also remember that UFC betting odds involve more than just the big UFC events. You will see a number of MMA fights on a regular basis in addition to the popular UFC events. These non-title fights are interesting to watch and to bet although they don’t attract as much attention on the UFC betting odds board.

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