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Coming Up in MMA: Biggest March Events

March has plenty to offer for MMA outside of the UFC and the BetUS online sportsbook should offer betting odds for most of these fights. We compiled several of the top major MMA promotion events happening in the next few weeks for your online sports betting needs.

ONE Championship: Fists of Fury II

  • Date: March 5, 2021
  • Time: 6 a.m. ET
  • Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore

ONE Championship returns with a heavyweight feature. Highly touted Iranian wrestling prodigy Aliakbari Amir (10-1-0) takes on knockout artist Ji Won Kang (4-0-0). Amir should be a significant favorite here. But don’t blink!


Also on the card is a co-main event featuring unbeaten Russian prospect Anatoly Malykhin (8-0-0) taking on Alexandre Machado (9-3-0) in another heavyweight tilt. Malykhin should be a considerable favorite, but don’t sleep on Machado who still possesses significant power.

ONE Championship: Fists of Fury III

  • Date: March 19, 2021
  • Time: 6 a.m. ET
  • Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore

ONE’s third Fists of Fury event showcases a smorgasbord of combat sports headlined by a lightweight kickboxing world championship. Against Regian Eersel defends his ONE Lightweight Kickboxing World Championship against the ISKA Kickboxing World Champion Mustapha Haida.

Also on deck, Janet Todd looks to claim another prospect’s scalp as she takes on Alma Juniku in a muay thai bout. Todd is on a four-fight winning streak and most recently beat Stamp Fairtex in a rematch. She should be a big favorite against the inexperienced Juniku.

KSW 59: Fight Code

  • Date: March 20, 2021
  • Time: 10 a.m. ET
  • Venue: Wytwornia Club, Lodz, Poland

World’s Strongest Man legend Mariusz “Dominator” Pudzianowski (13-7-0) returns in an open weight clash against Senegalese prospect Serigne Ousmane Dia (2-0-0). These super heavyweights should make for a scrap that will not see a decision.

Anchoring the co-main event is KSW Bantamweight Champion Antun Racic (25-8-1) as he defends his belt against Sebastian Przybysz (7-2-0) in a rematch of their 2018 tilt, which he won.This fight will be the show stealer.


  • Date: March 21, 2021
  • Time: 12 a.m. ET
  • Venue: Nippongaishi Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

RIZIN returns featuring an All-Japanese lineup headlined by the RFF Atomweight Championship bout between champ Ayaka Hamasaki (21-3-0) and rising star Kanna Asakura (18-4-0), the Super Atomweight Grand-Prix winner. As far as women’s mixed martial arts go, this is as good as it gets.

Also on the card is Roberto de Souza (10-1-0), a grappling expert who has submitted his last six opponents within one round. He’s taking on longtime vet and former UFC and Pancrase fighter Kazuk Tokudome (20-10-1).

ACA 120: Froes vs Khasbulaev

  • Date: March 26, 2021
  • Time: 12 p.m. ET
  • Venue: TBD, St. Petersburg, Russia

The ACA returns with a featherweight championship bout serving as the headliner. Felipe Froes (20-4-1) defends his strap against Magomedrasul Khasbulaev (32-8-0) who has won four in a row and beaten UFC veterans in Levan Makashvili and Rob Emerson.

In the co-main event  is another featherweight clash as Apti Bimarzaev (16-3-0) of Belarus takes on Tural Ragimov (20-5-0) of Azerbaijan. Bimarzaev hasn’t lost in nearly seven years and is knocking on the door for a title shot unless Ragimov, owner of three straight finishes.

More MMA Events

This is just the tip of the iceberg. There are more MMA events happening from various other promotions, some of which have fights that rival even the UFC. In the meantime, check the BetUS sportsbook reviews page to learn more on how you can use America’s top book for all your sports betting needs.

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