UFC 187: Johnson vs Cormier goes down this Saturday night from Las Vegas, Nevada! The event is chalk city, but we posted our free betting tip earlier in the week so it’s time to break down the fantasy action! Remember, our full betting tips, which have been doing very well so far this year are only available via CapperTek. We currently have 1, 4 unit underdog bet, 1 3 unit parlay and we will be adding 2 more 2 unit underdog bets tomorrow night.
UFC 187: Johnson vs Cormier goes down this weekend from Las Vegas, Nevada and it is looking like the second best card of the year, at least on paper, only trumped by UFC 189: Aldo vs McGregor which goes down in July. Unfortunately, Jon Jones isn’t defending his title due to legal issues, but we still have the second and third best UFC light heavyweights competing for the now vacated championship. The fact that Jones was stripped of his title may actually be good for business for the UFC because now they can build up his return and make his fight vs Johnson or Cormier an even bigger event. Besides Johnson and Cormier though, we also have Chris Weidman defending his title against Vitor Belfort. That is a fight we won’t be betting on because Belfort has previously looked unstoppable inside the Octagon, but is now 38 years old, hasn’t fought in almost 2 years and is now off TRT. With that many unknowns, and with Weidman as a pretty big favourite, it just doesn’t make sense to place a bet on the favourite. It may be worth placing a small wager on Belfort, but that won’t be something we’ll be doing. If you’re interested in getting all our betting tips for the event, go to our CapperTek profile and pick the bets package that you like best. The best value is the 30 day package which will get you 5 events worth of bets for just $24.95. By the way, if you don’t like chalk parlays, you might as well stop reading here because that’s what we’re going to do for our free bet at this event.
UFC Fight Night 66: Edgar vs Faber went down yesterday morning from Manila, Philippines and while it wasn’t the greatest card either on paper or in execution, there were definitely some entertaining moments. From a betting perspective, we ended up making more than 5 units on the night which felt great considering we were on a roll going into April, had a bad month, and have since bounced back very well in May. You can always check our full results either in our track record or by visiting our CapperTek profile. You can also purchase our bets at CapperTek for what will likely be the second best card of the year in UFC 187: Johnson vs Cormier which goes down next week from Vegas and also coincides with international fight week. We are still also offering 30 days of our bets for those who sign up and deposit at Draft Kings and then follow these steps.
UFC Fight Night 66: Edgar vs Faber goes down this Saturday morning from Manila, Philippines! We posted our free betting tip earlier this week so it’s time to break down the fantasy action! Remember, our full betting tips, which have been doing very well so far this year are only available via CapperTek.
UFC Fight Night 66: Edgar vs Faber goes down this Saturday from Manila, Philippines and will have a “super” fight main event between Urijah Faber and Frankie Edgar. We’ll be looking to build on the profit we earned at UFC Fight Night 65 which was another profitable event in what has been a pretty awesome 2015 so far. Our full betting tips are always available via CapperTek, but we also strive to bring you at least one solid betting tip for each UFC card absolutely free! You can also see our third party verified track record on CapperTek, but for more history, check out our betting track record. This post will give out a free betting tip, but will also give you a breakdown of how we see the main event playing out. You can also get our betting tips absolutely free for 30 days by following these steps.