Are you looking for industry leading pre-fight insight on some of the biggest upcoming match-ups in the world of boxing and MMA? You’ve come to the right place at OddsChecker. Our team includes a great selection of boxing and MMA experts with many years reporting and betting on professional fights staged around the world.
OddsChecker’s boxing and MMA pundits have the expertise and knowledge to get under the skin of upcoming match-ups and pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of each fighter, allowing you to make your own mind up – or go along with the UFC picks and boxing picks of our experts.
For the most insightful UFC predictions, OddsChecker is the place to be for all upcoming UFC events staged worldwide. Our UFC predictions cover all the major fights staged in the Octagon, including those on the Preliminary Card, all the way up to the Headliner bout. We don’t just provide a light of full fight card predictions, we pick the bones out of many upcoming match-ups, discussing each fighter’s recent form and how their respective fighting styles will favor or disadvantage them.
Whether we think that an upcoming UFC fight is destined to go the distance or will be stopped inside the first round, you’ll get our exclusive opinion in plenty of time so that you can place a wager on the UFC tips you like the sound of best. As ever, we’ll also display the best value odds available for our UFC predictions at the leading US sportsbooks.
There are many betting angles you can take with our UFC predictions. Here are some of the most popular UFC betting markets:
UFC moneyline wagers are simply geared towards betting on who is going to win the fight. If you like the look of the underdog in an upcoming UFC fight, you can always bet on their positive moneyline. Favorites will have a negative moneyline e.g. -110, while the positive moneyline of underdogs will be displayed like this: +300
Goes the Distance If any of our UFC predictions anticipate an upcoming UFC fight to be a tight affair, you could always place a wager on the fight going the full distance. Basically, this means that you predict the fight will be decided by the judges at the end of the allotted rounds on a points-based decision
• Method of Victory
Many of our UFC experts will also assess the most likely methods of victory based on the attributes of specific fighters. Often, UFC bouts see fighters the specialize in different MMA disciplines coming together, so it’s often intriguing to see which discipline comes out on top. For instance, fighters that are strong in the striking department might mean that a knockout is the most likely method of victory. Meanwhile more defensive, physical fighters might mean that submission is also a highly likely victory method
Betting UFC futures betting is another popular market, particularly when there is speculation about upcoming headline events. It’s possible to wager on potential bouts that could be staged in the coming months between two rivals at the top of the same weight category. In the event the fight never comes to fruition, these markets will be voided by your chosen sportsbook and your stake is returned to your account
Although we can’t guarantee that every single UFC prediction we make is going to be a winner, OddsChecker’s UFC pundits have an excellent track record when it comes to winning UFC picks. We’re totally transparent about our selections too. We display each tip or recommended wager clearly in every article so that you can go back and check how accurate our predictions were after each fight.
We offer all of this exclusive UFC and boxing insight to our readers absolutely free. We believe that fight fans don’t deserve to have to pay to find out the inside track on upcoming bouts. Instead, you should be able to get all the information on each fighter you need to make your own UFC betting decisions!
There’s nothing that unites sports fans more than a fascinating boxing match-up. At OddsChecker, we offer boxing predictions and detailed fight previews by some of the best analysts in the business. Whether it’s headline events staged in Las Vegas or Madison Square Garden, or low-key events starring up-and-coming talents, our boxing picks tend to cover the following boxing markets:
We cover all the upcoming bouts in the intriguing heavyweight division, which features the likes of Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.
We cover all the upcoming match-ups in the lightweight division, including more fleet-footed professionals such as Vasyl Lomachenko and Devin Haney.
We assess which middleweight fighter has the potential to unify all the available belts, including the likes of Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin.
OddsChecker’s welterweight boxing experts weigh up the likelihood of Errol Spence Jr. managing to unify all four belts from the likes of Manny Pacquiao and Alexander Besputin.
• Celebrity fights
We also provide detailed fight previews for exclusive celebrity bouts, such as the recent duel between YouTube sensations KSI and Logan Paul.
Irish MMA sensation, Conor McGregor is arguably the fighter that helped bring UFC into the mainstream sporting spotlight. His bold and brash persona and charismatic attributes in the Octagon have made him a firm favorite among MMA fans worldwide.
After a brief foray into the world of boxing, Conor McGregor has returned to UFC and appears to be keen to rebuild his reputation in MMA following various controversies away from the Octagon.
Conor McGregor had more than a year out of action after losing to Khabib Nurmagomedov back in October 2018, after which he was suspended from UFC for six months as part of his role in ugly-post fight scenes in and around the Octagon.
Providing McGregor is in good physical and mental condition, we should expect to see “The Notorious” fighting every five-to-six months if he’s serious about returning to the top of the Lightweight division.
Who holds the Heavyweight World titles
|Governing Body||WBA||WBC||IBF||WBO||The Ring||Lineal Champion|
|Boxer||Anthony Joshua||Deontay Wilder||Anthony Joshua||Anthony Joshua||Vacant||Tyson Fury|
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