UFC Odds, Previews, Predictions and Betting Guides
MMA Betting and UFC Gambling Odds Explained
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is the future of Mixed Martial Arts. The UFC has grown exponentially during the past decade, and experts believe that one day soon it will surpass golf, tennis and hockey in viewership. Correlated, the rise in UFC gambling has been a boon for sportsbooks and fans alike.
UFC odds are offered at every major Online Sportsbook and in Las Vegas Sportsbooks, and the handle of money exchanged for events annually is in the hundreds of millions. The UFC has held more than 300 events to date and there have been MMA gambling odds for each one. Gamblers Palace will cover every UFC event under the sun so find a shop to place your bets today.
With more than 50 events per year in countries all over the world, the Ultimate Fighting Championship is quickly becoming one of the most popular leagues to bet on. The UFC is the premier Mixed Martial Arts league and features many of the top-flight fighters on the planet.
The UFC’s inaugural event occurred in November of 2003. To date, there have been more than 300 events, and the growth in popularity expands by the weekend.
In general, there are around a dozen fight matchups for any given UFC event, which includes the main card and the undercard. UFC odds are offered for every fight. Betting limits for the main card range from $1,000 to $10,000 while limits for the undercard fights are $500 to $1,000.
The UFC has done an incredible job marketing its stars, many of which have become household names. Ken Shamrock, Chuck Liddell and Randy Couture are just a few fighters inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. Most recently, fighters like Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor have found themselves in the national spotlight, regularly mentioned in sports media headlines and gracing the covers of major sports publications.
Upcoming UFC Odds and Events
UFC 209: Stephen Thompson (-130) vs. Tyron Woodley (+110) - March 4, Las Vegas, Nevada on PPV
UFC 209 takes place on Saturday, March 4, 2017, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card airs live on pay-per-view starting 10 p.m. ET following the FS1 prelims. Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley will defend his title against Stephen Thompson in the main event.
UFC Fight Night 106: Kelvin Gastelum (-375) vs. Vitor Belfort (+305) - March 11, Fortaleza, Brazil on FS1
UFC Fight Night 106 takes place on Saturday, March 11, 2017, at the Centro de Formacao in Forteleza, Brazil. The card airs live on FS1. Middleweight contenders Kelvin Gastelum and Vitor Belfort will meet in the main event.
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UFC Fight Night 107: Corey Anderson (+130) vs. Jimi Manuwa (-150) - March 18, London England on Fight Pass
UFC 210: Anthony Johnson (-102) vs. Daniel Cormier (-118) - April 8, Buffalo, New York on PPV
UFC Fight Night 108: TBA vs. TBD - April 15, Kansas City, Missouri on Fox
UFC Fight Night 109: Cub Swanson vs. Artem Lobov - April 22, Nashville, Tennessee on Fox
UFC 211: Junior Dos Santos (+170) vs. Stipe Miocic (-200) 2 - May 13, Dallas, Texas on PPV
UFC Power Rankings
- Heavyweight Division
- Light Heavyweight Division
- Middleweight Division
- Welterweight Division
- Lightweight Division
- Featherweight Division
- Bantamweight Division
- Flyweight Division
- Womens Straweight Division
- Womens Bantamweight Division
UFC Betting Odds
The UFC has grown at an incredible rate the past few years and it's easily the most popular fighting sport in the world. Many UFC fans enjoy having some betting action on the closest thing to an overdose of adrenaline, anxiety and pure craziness! As long as you only bet what you can afford you'll always have fun betting on the UFC.
MMA bettors can take advantage of money lines by taking a couple simple things into consideration when placing your bet: A moneyline is more or less the substitution made for a point spread. Since there is no possible way to determine a fight based on points (like in basketball or football for instance) Bookmakers installed moneylines (odds) to level out the playing field for bettors like yourself. Continue to UFC Betting
UFC Betting Tips and Fight Odds Explained
MMA Fighting is the most exciting form of combat sports in the world today. The fights are fast and exciting and usually end in a stoppage by KO or submission. MMA is exploding in popularity and so is interest in wagering on the fights. Until you try it, you have no idea how much having "betting action" on a fight can enhance the event, even if it's only a few dollars at risk. Betting on UFC, however, requires almost as much discipline as learning the martial art itself. As you consider UFC betting you will want to do research on the fighters and their styles.Continue to UFC Betting Tips
UFC Fighting Rules
Fighters compete in what is known as the octagon, an engineered fence. Once thought to be a gimmick, the octagonal shape gives structural support. The octagon is 30 feet in diameter and stands 5ft 6in. These are the UFC rules, defined, decided and approved by the Nevada State athletic commission. Continue to UFC Betting Rules
UFC Mobile Phone Betting
Betting on UFC fights is a lot of fun, and now we can do it from anywhere - The best online sportsbooks now offer mobile betting from your iPhone, Android, Blackberry, or Windows based cell phones. It is no surprise that the major betting sites have welcomed this new sport with open arms and now, this means that you can place a bet from anywhere, even if you're sitting in the front row of the fight. So, if you're interested in learning how & where to bet on mixed martial arts from your iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, or any other mobile device, keep reading. Continue to UFC Mobile Betting
Past UFC Event Betting GuidesUFC 203: Stipe Miocic vs. Alistair Overeem
UFC Fight Night 102: Lewis vs. Abdurkhimov
UFC Fight Night 101: Whittaker vs. Brunson
UFC Fight Night 97 - Card was canceled.
Bellator events are almost always structured in an 8-fighter tournament format where a fighter must win three fights (quarters, semis and finals) to be crowned champion.
The format is far different than either UFC or Strikeforce, and Bellator promotes this difference through their motto: Where title shots are earned, not given.
With a trove of recognizable stars, a fan-friendly TV deal and a steady stream of “fun fights”, Bellator has firmly cemented its status as MMA’s No. 2 organization. In fact, there have been a number of former UFC fighters who have left the octagon to test the waters of former Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker’s organization -