MMA & UFC Betting Types

Mixed Martial Arts is one in the world, therefore it is not surprising that betting on MMA, and notably the UFC, is also growing in popularity. All the significant Australian sportsbooks offer a variety of markets for every UFC card. Part of what makes MMA such an exciting sport to watch is the unpredictability and how the entire complexion of a fight can change with only one well-placed punch or a loony entry. Nevertheless this can make gambling a little tricky as well, so to raise both the value and the likelihood of success, it’s very important to take advantage of the numerous prop bets available for MMA betting. Below are a few of the markets provided by major sports publications on UFC fights.
MMA & UFC Betting Types
Head to Head –The bet type, a punter needs to decide on the winner of this fight. The huge majority of fights bring about a winner with only about 1.5percent of bouts ending in a draw or no contest.
Strategy of Victory — The punter must call the winner and if whether it’s won via submission, KO or decision.
Double Chance — Much like method of success, however the punter has to forecast the winner then has two chances at predicting the method (i.e. fighter x to win by KO or from decision). This is very helpful when a fighter has very little submission abilities and therefore is only likely to win a determination or by KO (and vice versa for a fighter with hardly any KO electricity ).
Total Rounds — The punter should predict whether the struggle will go over or below a specific amount of time. By way of instance, if the line is put at 1.5 rounds, the punter must call whether the fight will be finished in the first round, or continue into the next round and beyond.
Generally fights at lower weight classes, and women’s fights, tend to go longer (and therefore are more inclined to visit decision) due to less knockout power. Additionally fights using a big skill discrepancy (i.e. a top level grappler versus a top level kickboxer) are more likely to result in an end than fights with equally matched combatants.

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