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Article posted on Monday 12 November - 04:09 EST
Just as bettors around the globe began salivating about a potential "special rules" fight between Floyd Mayweather and Tenshin Nasukawa, the undefeated boxer nicknamed "Money" said the bout is off — for now. However, odds are still available online and Mayweather has a hard time saying no to a big pay off, so here's a betting preview if things change.
History can be made on Saturday if reigning welterweight champion Rory MacDonald defeats the current middleweight title holder Gegard Mousasi. A victory would make MacDonald only the second multi-division champion in Bellator's long history. We preview the fight, along with two other matchups on the stacked card, and offering our betting picks. This is mandatory reading if you're betting on Saturday!
The welterweight belt will be on the line for the first time in more than a year on Sept. 8 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, in UFC 228. Tyron "The Chosen One" Woodley collides with Darren "The Gorilla" Till in the finale of a five-bout event on the main card. Woodley (-120) is a slight favorite over Till (-110), according to TopBet.
There will be two styles of fighting at work in the co-main events of UFC 220. Expect a tactical bout as Daniel Cormier defends his light-heavyweight title against top-rated contender Volkan Oezdemir. But the haymakers will fly and the distance is unlikely to be reached in the heavyweight title fight between champion Stipe Miocic and No. 1 contender Francis Ngannou. Between them, they average nearly nine significant strikes per minute.
Conor McGregor, Holly Holm and a bunch of light heavyweights fill out the top bouts on the UFC 196 fight card. With one title on the line and a main even featuring two of the biggest personalities in the sport, UFC 196 is sure to entertain fans and entice bettors – this Saturday at 10PM EST in Las Vegas.
The UFC heads to London, England for the first time in two years for an early Fight Card featuring two of the top Middleweight fighters of this generation as Anderson Silva makes his much anticipated return to the Octagon against his former rival Michael Bisping. With a start time of 4PM EST, make sure to get your bets in Early – with Silva being one of our three picks to win on Saturday.
Article posted on Tuesday 16 February
The UFC is back after taking last weekend off and back in Pittsburgh, PA for the first time since 2011. Two “Cowboys” headline the event, but plenty of great fighters – 12 in total – fill out the main card which starts up on Sunday at 9:00pm EST. Previewing the top betting options, and making our pick for what Cowboy will reign supreme in the ring.
Article posted on Monday 01 February
Fight Night in Las Vegas this Saturday features some top contenders looking to get into the title fight conversation and some brawling heavyweights trying to get back in the win column. Previewing the best fights and making the smartest picks from Saturday’s card.
Ring in the New Year with the first UFC event of the 2016 calendar as Welterweight champion Robbie Lawler puts his belt on the line against Carlos Condit. The Las Vegas – with the main card starting at 10pm EST – has a great mix of matches for bettors to choose from to start their betting year off with a bang.
Article posted on Monday 23 November
Get the coffee brewing for some early morning UFC action as UFC Fight Night 79 starts its main card at 8:00am EST. The event - hosted in Seoul, South Korea – is stacked with Welterweights and home growth talent for both bettors and fans to enjoy.