See the latest UFC betting tips and previews right here, and find out who is predicted to emerge victorious from the Octagon in upcoming events. Whether you’re looking to bet on the outcome of a single bout or run an accumulator for a whole fight card, the betting tips below will guide you to your next picks.
With dozens of events and hundreds of individual fights scheduled every year, there is plenty of opportunity to bet on the UFC. If you want to keep things simple, you can bet on the winner of a single fight or group of fights, or you can choose from a range of other markets. Predict which round a fight will finish in or even bet on how the fight will end: by finish or by decision.
Mixed martial arts is an unpredictable sport, and nowhere is this more evident than in the UFC, where split-second knockouts and quick submissions can change the course of a fight in an instant. Sports.net brings you detailed analysis of upcoming events and breakdowns of the competing fighters to help you predict how a bout will go. Read the UFC betting tips below to find your next winner.
UFC 237 is set to take place in Brazil this weekend, and you can find all the latest UFC tips and odds right here. The fighters will take to the Octagon in the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro for a packed card, headlined by a Strawweight title bout between defending champion Rose Namajunas and the powerful Jéssica Andrade.
Max Holloway and Dustin Poirier will square off for the Interim Lightweight Championship at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend at UFC 236, and you can find the latest UFC betting tips and odds right here.
The promos have been released, the arena has been sold out, and the talk is nearly over. It’s almost time for the biggest fight in the history of the UFC, as the undefeated 26-0 Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov defends his title against former double-champ Conor McGregor.
On Saturday 6th October, the biggest spectacle in the history of mixed martial arts will take place as Conor McGregor seeks to regain the UFC Lightweight Championship from the undefeated Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229.
A competitor’s fight history can tell you a lot about how well they might do in their next event, and you can find a library of UFC betting tips for previous events below. Find out if a fighter has a good record of finishing opponents, whether they are the king or queen of the split decision, or see how often the underdog comes out on top. If you’re new to UFC betting, you’ll also find a lot of useful information to help you get started.