MMA Betting Tips The MMA Corner Staff August 31, 2014 News We all like to splash out a bit of cash on a bet now and then, either on a horse race, at the dog track or on a football match, especially when there’s a big competition or tournament on. But there’s one area of entertainment that’s starting to get quite a lot of attention from the gambling sector and that’s Mixed Martial Arts. It’s easy to get started with betting on MMA fights, you just use a regular sports site or UK casino sites like William Hill or Paddy Power to place MMA bets in the same way you would wager on an ordinary football match. However, MMA betting is a bit different as it works on a series of odds that they refer to as ‘Money Lines’, so if a fighter like Tito Ortiz had a -140 odds and his opponent had +120 odds, Tito would be the favorite as for every $1.40 you wager you would receive $1 back. But were you to wager on his opponent you would win $1.20 for every $1 you wagered, so basically the lower into the negative numbers a fighters odds are the more likely he is to win. A few tips to remember are to stay away from the favorites because although they might win the fight you’re still going to be at winning at a loss because their odds are so far into the negatives. Another tip is to avoid wagering on every single match; although you may want to try and make a bunch of money fast from as many matches as possible, this is actually an incredibly bad idea. It’s a mistake because there are always going to be fights where neither fighter will have an upper hand which means that favorites might actually lose fights to underdogs that are new to the fighting circuit. On that note there’s the third tip, always consider the underdogs. Every professional gambler will tell you that over the long run the underdogs will give you some sort of profit, especially when they’re matched against favorites which means their odds will always be higher. The underdogs may have the odds against them but some of the best fights in MMA have been victories won by underdogs. Finally, when it comes to making your wager you might also want to consider where you’re going to make it. Like ordinary sport gambling, a lot of sites will give you different odds on the same match so it pays to shop around for the best odds for your chosen fighter matchup. Also, thanks to the popularity of MMA a lot of casino sites now offer it alongside new additional payment options. You can now choose to use PayPal, for example, as it’s considered to be the best options of managing online payments. If you’re unsure about using it you may want to check Paypal-casinos.co for a few tips and related links that will provide some extra information for you about PayPal. So next time you want to wager on a sport, why not take some time to consider betting on an MMA fight instead?