A really terrific card for the first ESPN pay per view – not a huge number of great fights but the main and co-main are absolute top drawer. Let’s get on with it! Wilson Reis
A new feature for 2019. Over the last 10 years I’ve become increasingly obsessed with MMA and making money from betting on it. I love the sport and, no false modesty here, I’ve become pretty expert at spotting value. There is a strong favourites bias among the MMA oddsmakers and I’ve managed to successfully exploit their pricing ricks for quite a few years now.
We’ll be having bets whenever there are decent fights and hopefully this free feature will add an additional, profitable string to your bow in the fight to make your betting pay!
A word of caution though – most of the time we will be betting the underdog and, as a result, we will have plenty of losers. However, taken over the long term these will make substantial profits if bet in a professional, disciplined and patient manner.
A 50 point bank will be ample to see us safely through any drawdowns
A diabolical card here to be honest with only a couple of half interesting fights (though the main event is potentially a fight of the year candidate) and some extremely lacklustre support. Even worse, there
I’ve been crazily busy this week with Cheltenham so please forgive me if this week’s MMA offering is a little lacking in reasoning and wordage. I may not give very detailed reasoning but it’s fair
Finally, a really, really good card in 2019. There are at least half a dozen fights on this card that I am excited about and I haven’t been able to say that so far this
As usually happens when the UFC comes to Europe, we have a bit of a nothing card. The headline fights at these events are always the kind that would be on the prelims anywhere else!
A crammed weekend of action with two Bellator events followed by a big fight night in Phoenix from the UFC. With 34 fights across the 3 events, I’ve been very busy these last couple of
Considering this is the first Pay per View Event of the year, I have to say I’m pretty underwhelmed by this card. Not by the top two fights, which are top draw, but by the
A decent card from Brazil and there are 3 fights I want to cover in this post. There is plenty of value available if you’re prepared to look beyond the obvious. Anthony Hernandez v Markus