Red = Best Line for Top Team
Green = Best Line for Bottom Team
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| Vitor Belfort |
| Michael Bisping |
| Phil Davis |
| Mark Munoz |
If you love to watch the UFC like I do, then you have probably got that itch to place a bet on an upcoming fight. As the UFC continues to get bigger and better, more and more people are starting to wager on this sport. It’s not quite up there with the other major sports, but it’s definitely something where you can make some money if you do your homework.
Above you will be able to get the latest odds for all the big fights from some of our most recommended sportsbooks. If the lines aren’t available for a specific fight you are interested, be sure to check back as this feed is updated on a consistent basis. If betting on the UFC is something that you are considering, it’s definitely worth opening an account at multiple books. It’s something I encourage every better to do no matter what sport they are betting. Having an option between +150 and +155 might not seem like much, but over the long run you are costing yourself money if you aren’t able to get the +155 option.
My advice to someone who is new to betting the UFC is to be extremely cautious of betting huge favorites. Risking anything more than 300 to 100 is putting yourself in danger of digging a big hole that can be difficult to climb out of. What I like to do is look for value with the underdogs. If you follow the sport closely, you will see that there are a lot of fights where the wrong fighter is favored or the favorite is getting way to much respect from the oddsmakers.