Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has risen in popularity over the past decade, and though there are a variety of different fighting organizations around the world, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is regarded as the premier organization.
To be a successful sport bettor in UFC means not only understanding how it works but also who the fighters are – there are, after all, currently 12 different weight divisions and hundreds of fighters.
What UFC betting types are available, and what do those betting types mean? One of the most popular betting types for UFC is the moneyline, in which you pick who will win, though how much a win will pay differs depending on the actual betting line.
Another method of UFC betting is the victory prop, which involves predicting how a fighter will win a match – whether it will be on a knockout or points. This betting type offers the potential of higher winnings than if you just decided which fighter will win.
A further popular UFC betting type is the total round market, which involves predicting whether a fight will finish over or under a particular length. There is also the option of round betting, which is an extension of the moneyline bet, in which you are betting whether a certain fighter will win a particular round.
Parlay betting offers bigger risks but also the possibility of higher winnings. It combines multiple bets together into one larger bet – in this, all the bets have to win, and if even one of the fighters loses, the parlay also loses. Before diving into the world of UFC betting, it’s a good idea to do a lot of research to follow patterns and work out UFC odds as well as reading information from trusted experts.