Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by 2bet, Jan 1, 2019.
It should have not been a split come on, clear 3-0 or 2-1 across the board. 30-27 for Gas was crazy.
29-28 Till all day at the very least. I don't know how that muppet got 30-27 gas.
Do you guys who constantly bicker like children realize you never 'win' these online arguments. You just make yourselves look really, really sad by constantly engaging...
It's so weird. "But he's wrong, I must tell him". How old are you guys?
How is Conor under -200 vs Cowboy not a max bet
I did actually win, all the arguments, everytime, I win.
Chatri continues to deliver the laughs.
"...according to official data tabulated"
I think the word they're looking for is fabulated...
KSW 51 Weigh-in:
KGB Lee vs Lauren Murphy Feb 8
No one playing today ACA 101? a lot of odds and interesting dogs.
I'm interested in Daniel james as a 4.75 dog against Magomedov, Rustan is coming back after 4 year without fighting, James very active, last fight was 5 rounds in sep 27. have a nice jab and striking.
Magomedov is solid, but 4 years without fighting is a lot.
i am on saidov at -118.
He is de underdog now at 1.95. why you like it?
James looks worth a stab with the layoff and given its at HW. Would have liked to see his last fight but can't find it anywhere, LFA title fight though which is somewhat respectful and could have easily been a few minutes from winning when he got DQ'd.
I've got a small bet on Nemchikov vs Piotr Strus.
Because we don't know how much of Conors' stand up has declined and Cowboy is better on the ground. Conor doesn't fight enough and has had so much stuff going on outside the cage that it's tough to know how good he really is today. As for Cowboy... he is coming off of 2 stoppage losses.
I don't have confidence in either of those guys.
Conor wins that fight a lot more often than not
Paul Craig is main-eventing this card if he beats Rua tonight!
edit: he's a disgrace.
Las Vegas-based UFC is set to launch its first official live sports betting product in the first quarter of 2020.
On Friday, the mixed martial arts organization announced the launch of UFC Event Centre, the gaming industry’s first sports betting product created specifically for a major sports brand.
Developed by London-based IMG Arena, the product features a mobile-first design and will showcase a “host of new opportunities” for live betting during each fight of every UFC event globally, according to a statement from UFC.
UFC Event Centre and UFC’s official data feed will be made available on sportsbooks and gaming operators’ apps through licensed partnerships. This includes IMG Arena’s portfolio of more than 300 operators.
It will offer live in-round betting, official data delivery in less than two seconds, immediate bet settlement and 3D visualizations of “live UFC action.”
Bettors also will have access to live betting data points, including knock downs, submissions, takedown attempts and takedowns landed; more than 50 live personal and striking statistics; and details on the fighters and event, such as bout schedules, fighter rankings, weight class and more.
“The UFC Event Centre and its official data feed will be a game changer for how UFC fans engage with our events through sportsbooks and gaming operators,” UFC President Dana White said in the release.
“We have the most passionate, die-hard fans of any sport, and they’re going to love the option to place bets live during a fight,” he said. “Betting operators are also going to love this product because, unlike other sports, UFC has no off season. The action will be non-stop for fans and sportsbook operators.”
Considering how woefully the UFC miscounts strikes landed, significant strikes, and takedowns attempted and completed, and how their production values, promos, and commentary have become consistently shittier, not better, I'm not too confident about this product.
Although I presently live-bet at the end of rounds despite being about 45 seconds behind ESPN+, so it should be amusing to live-bet in the middle of the rounds with a similar handicap.
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