UFC 209: Woodley vs Thompson II goes down tonight. The main event fight between Woodley and Thompson is a rematch of their epic draw at UFC 205 in November. The card lost a lot of its lustre after Khabib Nurmagomedov was forced to withdraw after being taken to hospital during his weight cut for an interim lightweight title bout against Tony Ferguso (who we actually had a bet on), but it is still a pretty solid pay-per-view card albeit a bit top heavy. From a betting perspective, this card is awesome! We have a total of 5 bets risking 17 units. 4 of those 5 bets are our most confident 4 unit plays and you can get them for just $9.95 at Cappertek.
UFC Fight Night 104 goes down tonight from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The lone fight pass prelim kicks off at 6:30 pm while the televised prelims start at 7 and the main card starts at 9. In total, we have 4 bets on the crd and we’re risking 14 units. We’ll give away one of those bets here, but the rest are available at cappertek for just $9.95.
UFC on FOX 23: Shevchenko vs Pena goes down tomorrow night in prime time from Denver, Colorado. Featuring a bantamweight bout between Valentina Shevchenko and Julianna Pena which should determine the next challenger for Amanda Nunes title. Also on the card in the co-main event slot is a welterweight fight between two former lightweights, Donald Cerrone and Jorge Masvidal. In terms of bets for the card, we currently have 6 bets up for 20 units and we don’t have any plans to add more. If you want access to our full slate of bets you can get em for just $9.95 at Cappertek. We’ll be looking for a bounce back event after losing our first 3 bets of 2017. As anyone who bets MMA knows though, the short term variance is crazy and it’s the long run that really counts!
New years resolution? Yeah we got one. Bet less often and only when most confident. We always try to bet when most confident, but sometimes on cards with limited betting opportunities we may have stretched too much to try and find value. In 2017, we will make an effort to no longer do that because we didn’t hit the profit numbers we had hoped for after a stellar 2016. Yes, we still walked away with some profit, but our ROI wasn’t what we were hoping for. On this Sunday night’s card, we’ll only have 2 bets. One of them will be a 1 unit bet and will be free here. The other will cost $9.95 and be available exclusively on our Cappertek page.
UFC 207: Nunes vs Rousey goes down this Friday night from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. Obviously the biggest story line of the event is Rousey’s return to competition after a year away following a knockout loss to Holly Holm. We won’t be focusing on that in this post although we do have a bet on that fight which you can get from our Cappertek page. This post will be more focused on the co-main event bantamweight title bout between Dominick Cruz and Cody Garbrandt which will be where our free bet takes place. In terms of our results this year, we had an amazing month of January profiting almost 30 units across 5 events which was followed up by several losing events. We still came out ahead and have been crushing the bookies the second half of the year. In the last 10 or so events we’re up over 20 units and we’ll be looking to build on that with 5 bets risking 10 units at UFC 207. Remember, you can get all our bets for just $9.95 exclusively at Cappertek.