Types of MMA Betting

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MMA betting is similar to professional boxing betting in many ways. You can place bets on over/under totals, moneyline bets, and parlays. However, MMA betting is different because the rounds are shorter. Most MMA bouts last three rounds, though championship fights and main events may go as long as five rounds. The winner is usually decided by KO/TKO, submission, or judges’ scorecard.

Over/Under betting

MMA Over/Under betting allows you to bet on the length of a fight. Rounds in MMA last five minutes and there is a one-minute rest period between rounds. If you’re placing an ‘Under’ bet, the fight has to end before the fifth round, while an ‘Over’ bet must last until the fight ends at the end of round five. Alternatively, you can place a parlay bet, where you bet on multiple outcomes, such as the number of rounds or punches.

MMMA Over/Under betting is one of the most popular types of sports betting and is widely available at online sportsbooks. It can be used to predict the number of points a given fighter will score during a match, and most of the major sportsbooks offer betting odds.

Moneyline bets

Moneyline bets are one of the most popular types of MMA betting. Although you can also place parlay bets, over/under bets, and prop bets, moneyline bets are the most straightforward and are usually the best bet for beginners. These bets are based on the outcome of the fight and you can win a lot of money if you choose the right fighter.

In MMA betting, you can bet on either team or both teams. You can bet on the winner or loser of a fight, or you can place a moneyline bet on a particular fighter. However, be aware that moneylines can be quite large if you’re betting on a rare event. In addition, if one fighter loses, the whole bet slip will be lost.

Method of Victory prop bets

Method of Victory prop bets are a type of wager that predicts how a fighter will win a fight. These prop bets are similar to moneyline wagers, but you don’t always know which round the fight will end in. Instead, you can wager on the number of rounds, the finisher’s submission, or the fighter’s knockout. They offer similar odds to moneyline bets, and are a great way to add excitement to the fight. You can find these prop bets through bookmakers or online.

If you’re unfamiliar with mixed martial arts prop betting, the most common way to win is by placing a bet on a certain fighter. The oddsmakers will list the fighter’s odds and payouts. For example, if a fighter is -165, then a bet on Mayweather would return $265 on a $165 wager. Another option for Method of Victory prop bets is the Draw wager. The odds for this bet vary from +1200 to +3500 moneyline. This can result in huge payouts.

Late replacements

Late replacements in MMA betting refer to a fighter who is brought in to replace an injured fighter. These replacements generally have less than a month to prepare. While their odds may not be as favorable as the original fighter’s, they still have a good chance of winning if they fight smart.

Betting on late replacements in MMA matches is risky, but can lead to some great money. You’ll need to be aware of the history of each fighter before making a bet.