Interested in betting on the UFC, but not sure where to start or how to bet? Joe Osborne is here to break down the basics.

There’s nothing like watching a big fight on the weekend, but what can make it even more exciting is putting a little bit of money on it. Especially if you’re at a big watch party at the next Conor McGregor or Israel Adesanya fight.

The most basic form of betting on the UFC is to bet on the moneyline. It’s as simple as it gets, it’s a bet on one fighter to beat the other. Some fights can be lopsided which means betting on the favorite will return a much smaller profit than betting on the underdog. Remember, the odds with a “-” in front of them means that the fighter is the betting favorite.

Another option is to bet on OVER/UNDER round betting. This is a wager on how long a fight will last. If the line is at 2.5, that means the fight will have to get past the 2:30 mark of the third round for the OVER to hit.

Finally, there’s prop bets which are ways you can win a big payout. Types of prop bets include how the fight will be finished, exactly what round it will be finished in, and whether or not the fight will go the distance.

There are other MMA organizations that you can also find odds for including Bellator, Rizin, and PFL.


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  1. That’s what I thought.. to get more if ur betting for the underdog witch is always gonna have the “+” right? So how come I get more profit for the “-“ marks instead of the “+” mark.. it saying I would get less profit if I bet for the underdog and if I bet for the favorite I’m barley getting any profit..

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