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Team Total
24901
Sean Strickland
24901
Sean Strickland
24902
Jared Cannonier
24902
Jared Cannonier
Middleweight. 5 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24905
Damir Ismagulov
24905
Damir Ismagulov
24906
Arman Tsarukyan
24906
Arman Tsarukyan
Lightweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24909
Alessandro Costa
24909
Alessandro Costa
24910
Amir Albazi
24910
Amir Albazi
Flyweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24913
Alex Caceres
24913
Alex Caceres
24914
Julian Erosa
24914
Julian Erosa
Featherweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24917
Bobby Green
24917
Bobby Green
24918
Drew Dober
24918
Drew Dober
Lightweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24925
Cheyanne Vlismas
24925
Cheyanne Vlismas
24926
Cory McKenna
24926
Cory McKenna
Strawweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24929
Matt Semelsberger
24929
Matt Semelsberger
24930
Jake Matthews
24930
Jake Matthews
Welterweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24933
Deron Winn
24933
Deron Winn
24934
Julian Marquez
24934
Julian Marquez
Middleweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24937
Saidyokub Kakhramonov
24937
Saidyokub Kakhramonov
24938
Said Nurmagomedov
24938
Said Nurmagomedov
Bantamweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24941
Rafa Garcia
24941
Rafa Garcia
24942
Maheshate
24942
Maheshate
Lightweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24945
David Dvorak
24945
David Dvorak
24946
Manel Kape
24946
Manel Kape
Flyweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...
24949
Journey Newson
24949
Journey Newson
24950
Sergey Morozov
24950
Sergey Morozov
Bantamweight. 3 Rounds. UFC Apex. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
PROCESSING...

UFC Fight Night Odds & Betting Lines

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is one of the most well-known combat sports around the world. 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. Rorion 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 members have participated in UFC matches, most notable being Royce Gracie, the first-ever UFC champion. Royce entered the inaugural UFC championship tournament as the smallest competitor. However, thanks to the family’s Gracie jiu-jitsu form of martial arts, Royce was able to overpower his opponents in all three of his fights to win the tournament.

In that first tournament, there were no weight classes and minimal rules. However, the UFC has created more rigorous rules and weight classes for fighters since that time. Fighters also began adopting techniques from multiple disciplines, which indirectly helped create a different style of fighting known nowadays as mixed martial arts.

The UFC had its share of problems in the past, nearly folding several times during the early parts of the 2000s. The UFC also came under fire from politicians in the late 90s who saw it as nothing more than glorified “human cockfighting,” leading the UFC to adopt rules and regulations if they wanted to stay in business. Before turning things around, the UFC had difficulty between politicians and money issues for about ten years.

The Ultimate Fighter: The Reality Show That Saved the UFC

In January of 2005, the UFC, in partnership with Spike TV, would air a reality show called The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) that showcased MMA fighters competing for a six-figure contract with the UFC. The show was first aired right after WWE Monday Night Raw and would be a massive success for the UFC. Dana White, the current president of the UFC, credits TUF with saving the UFC from the brink of folding.

UFC Titles

The UFC has eight different titles for their men’s division and four titles for their women’s division which are defended when a number one contender is determined. Below is the list of UFC titles by division:

  • Men’s Heavyweight Champion
  • Men’s Light Heavyweight Champion
  • Men’s Middleweight Champion
  • Men’s Welterweight Champion
  • Men’s Light Weight Champion
  • Men’s Featherweight Champion
  • Men’s Bantamweight Champion
  • Men’s Flyweight Champion
  • Women’s Featherweight Champion
  • Women’s Bantamweight Champion
  • Women’s Flyweight Champion
  • Women’s Strawweight Champion

The titles have defended an average of 1-3 times each year, depending on how many contenders the champion gets.

HOW TO BET ON UFC 280 ODDS

UFC betting odds are all moneyline odds. Each fight will have a favorite and an underdog, with the favorite having negative odds and the underdog having plus odds. Each fight will also have an over/under on the number of takedowns during the fight.

UFC odds are determined by oddsmakers based on the two fighters’ records and their average number of takedowns during a fight. While the oddsmakers look at those most common things before establishing UFC fight odds, there are some things that gamblers can look at before making their bets on UFC fights. Looking at some of the X-factors might help gamblers find something that oddsmakers might have missed, leading to a big payout for the bettor.

  • Here is a list of some things that one should be looking out for to have a better chance of making a winning bet.
  • What are the fighting styles of each opponent?
  • Can a fighter exploit a weakness in their opponent’s fighting style?
  • If a fighter is known for submission wins, is their opponent weak against that type of submission?
  • Beyond the win/loss record, how did each fighter win or lose?
  • Are the fighters known to go the distance in their fights, or do they win by TKO or submission?
  • Have the two fighters ever faced each other before?
  • If the two fighters have fought each other before, who won the previous fight?
  • If this is a rematch, what adjustments did the fighter that lost make to give them a better chance of winning?
  • Is the favorite being too overconfident? That can lead to the underdog taking advantage of being taken for granted.

These things are just some of the critical factors that might help you find an underdog that has a better chance of winning the fight than what the UFC Vegas odds are giving them. Taking advantage of the UFC odds that can lead to a big payout is what every gambler wants. But to get that payout, you have to do the work to study the fighters involved and not just go off the UFC Vegas odds.

The UFC is unlike any other sport, as the competitors involved train for these fights and can have better chances than the UFC odds give 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 of this 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.

From that example, watching the pre-fight interviews and weigh-ins also becomes necessary, as you can observe which fighter might think they have an easy win. At the same time, that underdog is planning to take advantage of that weakness of overconfidence. This is another thing that can help the gambler take advantage of the UFC odds.

BetUS has all the UFC fights that you will want to bet on, along with promotions for new customers. New customers will receive a deposit bonus for their first deposit. BetUS also offers bigger bonuses for customers that use cryptocurrencies to make their first and second deposits. Whether you want to use cash or crypto, BetUS has you covered.

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UFC FAQ's

A: To bet on the UFC odds, 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 odds associated with each fighter. Click on the odds beside the fighter you want to add to your bet slip to complete your bet.
A: While the fighter with the lowest odds is the favorite to win the fight based on the UFC Vegas odds, that isn’t always the case.
A: The UFC odds will have either plus or negative odds. Anything with plus odds would be considered the underdog or least likely outcome. Plus odds show the amount a gambler will get back on a $100 winning bet. Negative odds would be for the favorite or most likely outcome in a UFC fight. The negative odds show how much money needs to be bet for a gambler to win $100.
A: Yes! There are always betting strategies that one can use on UFC fights.
A: To make a UFC parlay, you must select all the fighters from all the different fights you want to bet on. The system will add them to your bet slip on the right side of the screen. From that bet slip, click on the parlay option. This will allow you to parlay all the fights you selected with just one click of your wager amount.
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