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UFC betting odds are on the board all the time at BookMaker.eu. Mixed martial arts have been gaining in popularity at an astonishing rate and a growing number of people are betting on the modern-day gladiatorial contests. It is a full-contact sport that involves two fighters facing off in a square or octagon shaped ring. The UFC has taken the lead on producing events, and there are UFC events scheduled every month of the year. While mixed martial arts are exciting, placing a bet on the action only increases the intensity. You can bet on who will win the fight and you can also bet on how long you think the fight will go. Whatever it is with MMA action, we've got you covered, so be sure to bet on it at the Bookmaker online sportsbook!
There's nothing better than betting on live mixed martial arts action. Even if you don't know the fighters, betting on them will make the fights that much more exciting. UFC betting odds have been available since the very beginning, and since its inception in 1993 with UFC 1. UFC odds usually are money line bets and round totals. Point spreads don't exist because there is only the winner and the loser. Fortunately for bettors, matches can finish as quickly as 10 seconds in, meaning quick money for whoever bet on the bout. And who doesn't love quick money?
Upcoming UFC Betting Events
Event: UFC 245: Usman vs. Covington
Date: Saturday, December 14th, 2019
Venue: T-Mobile Arena
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
The UFC’s penultimate PPV card of 2019 is an absolute banger. Makes you wonder what they’ve got planned for the New Year’s Eve card, which is always one of the biggest MMA nights of the year. Continue
Past UFC Betting Events
Unlike football or basketball where there are point spreads, Example -7, +13.5, UFC fights have odds which are called money lines. A money line is basically a way for the sportsbooks to even out the action. So for example, if Conor McGregor was fighting a no-name guy in his first fight, McGregor would be a HUGE favorite. If there was no money line, you could just bet on the favorite every time, and win pretty regularly. Here is an actual example from a UFC fight, that will explain the odds a bit better.
Minus ( - ) = favorite - Plus ( + ) = underdog Georges St. Pierre ( -140 ) Rashad Evans ( +120 ) In this matchup, St. Pierre is the favorite at -140. This means that for every $1.40 you bet, you win $1. So if you were to gamble $140 on Georges St. Pierre, you'd win $100 (profit) - if he beats Rashad. Evans is the underdog in this match at +120. This means that for every $1 you bet, you will win $1.20. So if you bet $100 on Rashad, and he is victorious, you will take home $120 (profit). The money lines on UFC fights will often change with the amount of money being bet on each side. If a pile of money is coming in on one side, the sportsbook will adjust the money line to even out the action and get bettors gambling on the other fighter.
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