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UFC Props


The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is one of the most well-known combat sports worldwide. Since its founding in 1993 by Art Davie and Rorion Gracie, the UFC has become a multi-billion dollar powerhouse in the world of mixed martial arts. Gracie comes from a family that created their own form of jiu-jitsu, known as Gracie jiu-jitsu, to defeat all other martial artists, regardless of the training or size of the martial arts fighter. The Gracie family has competed in UFC fights, and Royce Gracie was the first-ever UFC champion.

While UFC fights are entertaining and exciting, gamblers that don’t want to bet on the fights outright can find themselves UFC prop bets that might be more favorable to bet on instead of just betting on the fight. UFC props are a great way to make a side-bet on a fight or as an additional bet to a wager you have already made on the fight. So what are some of the UFC props that you can bet on, and what are the UFC prop odds you can find?

How to Bet on UFC Props

Gamblers looking to bet on UFC props can find them under each match displayed. There are many UFC prop bets that you can make on each fight. Some of the most common UFC props include:

  • Which fighter will win and the round they will win in
  •  If a fight will go the distance or not 
  • Which fighter will win the match and how that fighter will win the match, I.E., by TKO, submission, or decision
  • The total number of rounds fought

When looking at those types of UFC props, you will need to look at both of the fighters involved and their strengths and weaknesses to make a bet that has the best chance of being a winning wager. When taking a deeper look at the fighters involved in the UFC props, one should look at several things before making a wager. Some of those things to look for include:

  • The win/loss record of each fighter
  • A look at how each fighter won or lost their fighters
  • The average number of rounds each fighter goes in a fight
  • How many times a fighter has gone the distance in their fights
  • Is an opponent being too confident that they will win, leading them to let their guard down against an opponent
  • Is the fight a rematch between the two opponents and who won the previous fight
  • What each fighter is weak against and if their opponent is strong against that weakness

Those things will help give a better picture of which fighter can win the fight. When looking at those things, one can have a chance to exploit something that oddsmakers missed, leading to a big payout if the wager wins. So what are some of the UFC props odds, and how do they work?

Each UFC prop bet will have either plus or negative odds. UFC props with plus odds are considered the underdog and show how much money a gambler will win on a $100 winning wager. Props with negative odds are considered the favorite and will show how much money will need to be wagered to win $100.

The UFC is unlike any other sport, as the competitors involved train for these fights and can have better chances than the UFC prop bet gives them when their instructors help them train to exploit their opponent’s weaknesses. Some fighters also get too overconfident about beating their opponent. The best example would be the Ronda Rousey vs. Holly Holm fight. During UFC 193, Rousey was the favorite and was trash talking her opponent, but when the match began, Holm found a way to win by TKO in the second round, giving Rousey her first-ever loss in the UFC. For those that bet the UFC prop bet of Holm’s winning by TKO, they cashed out a pretty penny that night.

When considering all these things, gamblers can get the upper hand on the UFC prop odds with an underdog prop wager. While underdog bets don’t always win, it can help you pick the right underdog UFC prop bet when you know what to look for in both fighters. Having that knowledge helps make a better wager on UFC props.

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UFC Props Faqs

Yes. As long as you live in a state that allows for sportsbook betting, you can bet on UFC props odds.
All UFC props odds are moneyline bets with plus or negative odds. Plus odds mean the prop is considered an underdog pick and shows how much a bettor would win if they won a $100 bet. Negative odds mean the prop is considered a favorite pick and shows the amount of money a bettor would need to wager to win $100 on a winning bet.
Yes. As long as you live in a state that allows for sportsbook betting, you can bet on UFC props.
To bet on the UFC props, go to the SPORTSBOOK part of the BetUS site and scroll down to MARTIAL ARTS. Click on that to bring up the U.F.C. section. After clicking on that, you will see all the fights and any props involved with those fights. Click on the props link to bring up the UFC props for that individual fight.
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Rolling If Bets are:
  • only allowed on straight bets, Parlays and Teasers.
  • not available with Free Plays or Futures and Props
  • only available if you have pre existing, non graded wagers
  • you can only use the funds from the amount of the pre existing wager
How to Place a Rolling If Bet:
  • Choose any straight, parlay or teaser and Place it on the Bet Slip
  • Click on the Rolling If Bet button next to the wager detail
  • In the RIF dropdown, choose a wager that you want to use for RIF
  • Click on "If Win Only" or "If Win or Push" (explained above)
  • Fill in the amount and confirm your wager (the system will not allow you a higher amount than what is available)