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Saturday, 18th April 2020
UFC 249
2:00 AM @ Barclays Center - Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
24501 Tony Ferguson
24502 Khabib Nurmagomedov
Saturday, 9th May 2020
UFC 250
2:00 AM @ Ginasio do Ibirapuera - Sao Paulo, Brazil
24601 Jose Aldo
24602 Henry Cejudo
UFC 250
3:00 AM @ Ginasio do Ibirapuera - Sao Paulo, Brazil
24605 Felicia Spencer
24606 Amanda Nunes

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Online UFC betting has been growing in popularity ever since the promotion made the jump over to ESPN. All in all, it gives fans a chance to back their favorite fighters and put a little something extra on the line. So how should one go about betting on UFC fights online?

How to bet on UFC Fights Online

The first step to placing action on UFC fights is to simply sign up and make an account. Once that’s taken care of, you can go ahead and begin to back your favorite brawlers. But before you head off, it’s crucial to have some basic understanding of UFC betting lines. Below we’ll be taking a look at the most common UFC betting odds and how they operate.

Most Common UFC Betting Odds/Lines

Without a doubt, the most common UFC betting lines consist of betting on fights straight up, or betting the money line. Here you are simply picking one fighter to beat another in a given bout. A normal online UFC betting line will look like the following.

Aspen Ladd -165
Germaine De Randamie +145

As you can see, the UFC betting line consists of the name of the fighter followed by the odds. As can be seen, De Randamie is pegged as an underdog against Aspen Ladd. The favorite always has a (-) in front of the odds and it follows that the underdog has a (+). Below we’ll cover how UFC betting odds work and what you can expect in their payouts.

Betting UFC Money Line

When you bet on UFC moneyline, you are picking one fighter to beat another. This is pretty straightforward, so the odds should really be the focal point here. Normally the betting odds begin at -110. This means that you would have to wager $110 in order to be able to win $100. From there, the odds will continue to rise if a fighter is favored. Using the example above, we can see that Ladd is a decent favorite facing -165 odds on the money line. What this means is that you have to wager $165 in order to be able to win $100. In short, a $165 winning bet on Aspen Ladd would net you $265 (the original $165 wager plus the $100 in winnings).

On the other hand, taking the underdog can be more lucrative. Using the odds De Randamie is facing above, we can see that she is an underdog facing +145 odds. Underdog odds work in the opposite fashion of favorite odds. Here you only need to wager $100 in order to be able to win $145. In short, a $100 winning bet on De Randamie would net you $245 in total (the original $100 plus the $145 in winnings).

The odds generally reflect public opinion on a bout. That’s why it’s important to check the opening odds to see where the value lies before the public moves the betting line around.