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UFC betting odds are always open. The main markets you’ll find are the moneyline and round totals. The moneyline bet is for choosing a straight-up winner. The total is for betting on whether the fight will go over or under a specified number of rounds.
Additionally, UFC props are open for almost every fight card. These are more specific outcomes within the fight, such as betting on what round the bout ends or by what method of victory a fighter will win.
UFC futures are available for some fights. These are betting odds for fights that are set down the road or hypothetical fights that are dominating UFC news. Either way, find the most up-to-date UFC betting lines from the sportsbook.
UFC isn’t the only mixed martial arts promotion in town. You can find odds for Bellator, PFL and other popular MMA promotions from the sportsbook. With all these promotions, there is usually an MMA event happening each week.
Whether it’s the next Conor McGregor bout or two fighters you’ve hardly heard of in the UFC Fight Pass prelims, you’ll have full betting odds available.
UFC and MMA can each be a tough nut for the bettor to crack. The betting lines can either be a toss-up or too chalky. Let our UFC expert picks shed a bit of light on the