How to bet on Boxing/MMA/UFC

MyBookie makes wagering on the MMA or Boxing simple.

First steps:

  1. Create a MyBookie Account.
  2. You will need a positive account balance to place a bet. You can make a deposit using our available methods.
  3. Choose a Deposit Option. and Select a Bonus.
  4. Deposit Funds into your MyBookie Account.
  5. Learn About Betting Odds and Place Sports Bets. We have a complete help section on ‘How to bet guides‘ available for you.

MyBookie allows you to bet on several Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Sports Leagues.

Money Line/Match Bets

The Moneyline is the bet where you pick the winner of a fight. This is the most popular boxing and MMA bet type. A Moneyline is the number that dictates how much you will be paid out for making the correct pick. The Moneyline will also show you whether the fighter is a favorite or is an underdog.

Conor McGregor -480 (Favorite)
Opponent +440 (Underdog)

In the example above, odds favor Conor McGregor to win the fight against his opponent at -480 Moneyline odds. If you were to place a bet for $100 on McGregor to win the fight, your win amount would only be a total of $20 in return if he won the fight. Because he’s likely to win the fight, you’re betting more money to win less.

In the same fight, if you placed $100 on his opponent at +440 Moneyline odds, you would win a total of $440 if the opponent won the fight. Because the opponent is less likely to win the fight, you’re betting less to win more.

Consider the risk and find value in your bet.

Over & Under Round Bet.

This bet type allows you to wager on when (over or under) you predict the fight will finish.

For example:

For a three-round UFC fight, you may be able to bet whether or not the fight will finish before (under)  or after (over) 2.5 rounds.  If you bet that the fight will finish under 2.5 rounds, you need the fight to finish before the 2 minute and 30-second mark of the third round.   It does not matter if it’s won by KO or TKO; as long as the fight finishes, before that mark, you win your bet. If you bet the over on 2.5 rounds, you need the fight to last at least one second past the 2 minutes and 30-second mark of the third round.   But if you think the fight is going to go the full three rounds and go to the judges? You bet the over. Remember, all it says is that the fight has to last at least 2.5 rounds. The reason this is set at the 2.5 mark frequently and not at the 1.5 (halfway) point is it’s essentially a bet whether or not the fight is going to go the distance or not. You still do win if the fight ends in the last 2 minutes and 30 seconds as well, though.

Prop and Victory Bets

Prop bets (proposition bets)  are bets on an event within a fight. Instead of betting on the winner, Prop betting allows you to wager on fighter performances and more.

Prop bets can be on whether or not a specific instance will happen.

For example:

You might bet on which fighter will throw more kicks or lands the most punches. It doesn’t matter if he loses the fight, if he lands the most punches you still win the bet.

Pairing Complementary Bets

At MyBookie we do not limit you to only making one type of bet on a fight. You can make several different bet types.

For example:

In an upcoming fight, you predict that Conor McGregor is going to knock out his opponent. Why just bet McGregor to win? You can place a bet on him to win, and you can place a bet on him to win by knockout, and you can place a bet for him to win under 2.5 rounds, and you can place a wager on McGregor landing more jabs.

To learn more about sports betting, visit our How to bet Guide section.

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