UFC on Fox 12: Lawler vs Brown is just 2 days away and we have you covered with betting tips for the card from top to bottom! We posted our main card predictions and bets earlier this week so check that out for full breakdowns of our main card bets. In terms of recent performance, we have won 6 of the last 7 months and if we can have a decent performance this Saturday, July 26, we will be profitable in 7 of the last 8 months. Our UFC betting track record is second to none with an ROI of 20.50%. If you’re looking to adjust some of your own betting patterns, we think Sports Betting to Win by Steve Ward is at least worth a quick browse through.
This Saturday the UFC’s putting on a solid fight card topped by a number one contender fight for the UFC welterweight title between Robbie Lawler and Matt Brown. The fights will be live from the SAP Center in San Jose, California, with the Fight Pass prelims at 4:15 pm ET, the televised prelims at 6pm ET and the main card live at 8pm ET. We’re here to give you our main card predictions and bets. We’re hoping the event will allow us to get back to profit in July which started pretty horribly with 2 straight losses, but has turned around a bit with the last 3 events. Overall, we’re still up 62.01 units for an average return of 17.87%. Our UFC record is even better with an average return of 20.50% and a total return of 63.55 units. Remember that game, “Watch Dogs” that seemed to be promoted on every UFC broadcast? Well it’s now out and looks legit, you can pick up your copy on Amazon.
It was another decent day of MMA betting for The Fight Predictor. UFC Fight Night 46: McGregor vs Brandao saw us go 3-2 on our bets for a profit of 2.74 units. As always we’ll never complain about a profit and this brings us closer to being even on the month of July. We’ll still need a big performance at UFC on Fox 12: Lawler vs Brown to be break even, but we’re much closer at this point. Remember to stay tuned to our Twitter and Facebook for all the latest!
UFC Fight Night 46: McGregor vs Brandao goes down this Saturday night from Dublin, Ireland. It’s not the worst card for betting, but it’s also not the greatest either (oh, you want a bad card for betting eh? How bout UFC Fight Night 48 from Macau). The bad thing about having UFC fight cards all the time is that it’s kind of draining from a preparation stand point for those of us who provide betting tips. The good thing is losses don’t have time to stew. For example, our awful performance to start July still matters in the grand scheme of things, but we feel much better after Wednesday’s 3.42 unit profit. Be sure to take a look at our track record which is now broken down into UFC and Bellator/small organizations and shows our average ROI is over 20% on UFC cards since we began tracking at UFC 168. Remember that game, “Watch Dogs” that seemed to be promoted on every UFC broadcast? Well it’s now out and looks legit, you can pick up your copy on Amazon.
It was a decent night for the fight predictor. We ended up being above 500 with our bets and when most of your bets are at plus money, that tends to lead to a decent performance. Overall, we went 3-2 for +3.42 units. The profit helps to make up for what has so far been an absolutely terrible month of July.