Can you watch UFC on betting sites?
No, unfortunately, you cannot watch UFC on betting sites like you can with football and other sports. UFC in the UK is strictly on BT Sport, although, almost every fight is free to watch on BT Sport, with barely any PPVs throughout the year.
Where can I bet on UFC?
You can bet on the UFC with almost any bookmaker in the UK, with leaders like Sky Bet, Paddy Power, Bet365, Betfair, Betway and so on all dedicating experts in MMA to getting the most out of UFC betting tips and UFC betting. To find sites to bet on UFC, head to our free bets page and claim some free UFC bets for the upcoming fights. Here you will see a list of bookmakers and free bets for all UFC betting.
How do you bet on UFC?
Betting on UFC is certainly one of the more simple ways in which to bet on sports, as the markets are quite simple, basic and not so complex. Most of the time, bettors will bet on method of victory or round betting, and sometimes aspects like significant strikes. To bet on the UFC, head to your chosen bookmaker, or our free bets section and pick one, and head down to the UFC/MMA section of the sportsbook. Here you will find all the markets for the UFC and MMA, as well as each upcoming fight and potential fights before the end of the year.
Can you parlay UFC fights?
Yes, building accumulators is a popular way of any sports betting, as well as on UFC betting sites and all MMA betting. Bettors can choose a specific fighter to bet on in each fight and build their own UFC accumulator. Certain markets such as ‘most significant strikes’ will not be able to be used in an acca, but choosing a method of victory from up to 15 fights will suffice in a UFC acca.
How do MMA odds work?
MMA odds are accumulated through expert analysis that brings together form, occasion, fight preparation, fighters’ ability and fighters’ disciplines in MMA. For example, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and unbeaten 29-0 fighter has been, and will likely continue to be, the favourite for all of his fights in the lightweight division he dominates.
On the other hand, fighters like Dustin Poirier, who has lost a few but had a change in form on his record by registering more wins, is likely to have his odds differ from fight to fight. Poirier has lost to fighters like McGregor and Khabib, but also beat the likes of Justin Gaethje. As a result, his odds will likely differ from fight to fight, with his form quite topsy-turvy.
Odds will then be chosen on how each fighter can win via TKO/KO, decision or submission and what rounds they may win in.
Can you bet on Cage Warriors?
Yes, certain bookmakers like Sky Bet allow betting on Cage Warriors, as well as Bellator and, of course, the UFC. Some bookmakers that don’t offer in-depth markets and events on MMA might not offer betting on Cage Warriors, One Championship and Bellator. However, do check with your bookmaker on the UFC/MMA sportsbook to see what they offer.