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Friday, February 19, 2010

UFC 110 Betting Odds and Analysis - How to Bet on MMA ?

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MMA Odds

UFC 110 BetUS bodog diamond bookmaker beted
Big Nog -110 -110 N/A -126 N/A
Cain Velasquez -120 -120 N/A -104 N/A
Wanderlei Silva -130 -155 N/A -153 N/A
Michael Bisping +130 +125 N/A +123 N/A
Cro Crop -170 N/A N/A -150 N/A
Ben Rothwell +140 N/A N/A +120 N/A
Keith Jardine +135 +125 N/A +110 N/A
Ryan Bader -165 -155 N/A -140 N/A

  • How to Bet on MMA

    • So you’re an MMA fan, you get your MMA FIX, and you have a strong opinion on who’s going to win the next big fight. Step up and put your money where your mouth is by placing a wager. We believe that because MMA is so new to the betting world, there are great values to be had at nearly every major event. This guide will walk you through the process.

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We love us some healthy debate, and there seems to be a good number of opinions on who will win their fights on the UFC 110 card.

This has been reflected in the line movement in the headliner bout. Big Nog moved from an opening line of +150 to -110 now, and Cain Velasquez has moved from +120 to -120.

Get on Big Nog at -110 or Velasquez at -120 So you’re an MMA fan, you get your MMA FIX, and you have a strong opinion on who’s going to win the next big fight. Step up and put your money where your mouth is by placing a wager. We believe that because MMA is so new to the betting world, there are great values to be had at nearly every major event. This guide will walk you through the process.

Unlike football and basketball where there are point spreads (ex. -7, +13.5) MMA fights have odds which are called moneylines. A moneyline is basically a way for the sports books to even out the betting public. So for example if Anderson Silva is fighting a no name guy like Crazy Joe Davola, Silva would be a huge favorite, probably around -440 or so (44 to 1). If there was no moneyline, you could just bet on the favorite every time, and become a millionaire pretty quickly.

So here is an actual example from a UFC fight, which will explain the odds a bit better.

Tito Ortiz (-140)

Rashad Evans (+120)

In this matchup, Tito is the favorite at -140. This means that for every $1.40 you bet, you win $1. So if you were to bet $140 on Tito, you’d win $100 (profit) if he is victorious. Rashad is the underdog in this match at +120. This means that for every $1 you bet, you will win $1.20. So if you bet $100 on Rashad, and he wins, you will win $120 (profit).


The moneylines on MMA fights will often change with the amount of money coming in on each side. If a bunch of money is coming in on one side, the sportsbook will adjust the moneyline to even out the action and get bettors betting on the other fighter. With that said, whatever the odds are when you place your bet, is the odds you get. They don’t change like in horse racing.

Once you decide on which fights you want to bet, scour the lines on www.mmafix.com and shop around for the best line for your particular fight. We are like the Orbitz of MMA lines, we’ll comparison shop for you and display the current lines daily as each fight approaches.

Once you find the best line at the best sportsbook, click on the link through www.mmafix.com and open an account (note: give yourself enough time to fund the account, as often times you can’t open and place a bet on the same day).

Above all else, only bet what you are willing to lose. While there are professionals that make a living betting sports, we only recommend betting to make the fights more enjoyable to watch. There is nothing better than ordering the big fight, cracking open a few beers and sweating your action. Well, the only thing better is winning back the $55 it costs for the PPV by making a few smart wagers and then getting a hummer by your girlfriend, but you get the idea.

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