UFC Betting Tips: When To Take The Over and When To Take The Under
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the UFC has become one of the most popular sports leagues in the world. When everyone else stopped, they ran–and their decision is starting to prove fruitful. Not only has the UFC become one of the most globally watched sports, but it’s also become one of the most bet-on sports–and if you’re like me, you’ve got bets floating around each Saturday night on a plethora of fights.
While you can never really game the system when it comes to sports betting, there are things you can do to increase your odds–and that's what this story is for. I’ll be giving out three must-know tips for betting on the UFC. My go-to sportsbook for UFC betting is DraftKings Sportsbook–they always have the best and most up-to-date odds, and they even offer fighter props for many of the big pay-per-views. However, if you want to shop around you can always do so, by checking out these New Jersey Online Casinos.
When To Take The Over and When To Take The Under
Torn as to if you should take the over/under in a fight? Then this is for you.
Of the 367 fights that have happened at a defined weight class so far this year (up until UF 279, not at catchweight) 182 have gone to decision. That’s almost a perfect 50% (49.5%) so I had to break it down even more–and here’s what I found.
|Weight class||To Decision (over)||Not To Decision (under)|
So, statistically speaking, if you’re betting on a Women’s fight you’re going to want to take the over. This holds true for a majority of Featherweight flights and Bantamweight fights as well. However, you’ll want to hammer the under if it’s a Heavyweight, Light Heavyweight, or Lightweight fight.