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The Basics of Betting on the UFC

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) betting includes the moneyline. media

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UFC Moneyline Betting

Betting on an UFC moneyline is pretty straightforward as you're simply picking the winner. In most cases, there will be a favorite and an underdog listed for each bout. Placing a bet on the favorite will offer a lower payout while placing a bet on an underdog will offer a premium payout. The UFC moneyline is typically listed based on the bet required to win $100 if betting on the favorite vs. the potential win for a bet of $100 placed on the underdog.

In addition to current records and which combatant is at their hometown, the starting title holders typically have a big impact on UFC moneylines. If the title holder of the fight is the underdog, that might even the odds between two fighters that might seem otherwise a bit mismatched.

UFC Moneyline Example


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UFC Super Odds Explained

Super Odds are changes to odds offered in a contest, also known as an odds boost. Typically, a bettor would find odds that are better than what the resulting real market odds would actually hold.

Super Odds example:

For UFC Fight Night at Newark on ESPN; 'Colby Covington to win' real market value was -240, but with Super Odds in place the value improved to -150.

Full explainer: Covington (14-1-0) was the -240 favorite to defeat Lawler (28-13-0), but at BetAmerica you could enhance your winnings with our Super Odds on the fight (Covington changes to -150 To win).

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UFC Futures and UFC Prop Betting

The futures market for the UFC will feature heavily on the Pay Per View events, title holders, weight class champions and other milestones like consistency and home training camp. These are often long term investments. The main event favorite usually begins around +500 and ends around +300 by the time fight night arrives. A longshot would be any fighter that has +2000 odds to win a prized Title Fight.

Prop betting is one of the best parts about combat sport betting. You can generate action on player props and team props. This has added a certain level of extra joy to betting on mixed martial arts.

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