UFC Fight Night 77: Belfort vs Henderson III Betting Results

It was a great night of betting for us as we went 3-1 for a profit of 5.30 units and an ROI of 66.25%. The fights were very exciting as well with 4 submissions, 4 TKO/KOs and 5 decisions. It’s a great start to November which we’ll look to continue in the 2 other events this month! Remember to purchase our bets on CapperTek if you want to profit with us. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all our latest updates! Next up is UFC 193: Rousey vs Holm and we expect to release a free bet in the next couple days with our paid bets later in the week.

To round out the betting action, the second leg of our two team parlay, Thomas Almeida fought vs Anthony Birchak in the middle of the main card. Late money actually came in our Birchak as it seemed the sentiment on Twitter was that Almeida’s lack of defense was likely to get him caught and he was too big a favourite. It was pretty wild while it lasted as Almeida did absorb some shots, but never looked like he was close to being finished. Eventually he caught Birchak with a couple hard strikes and poured it on, knocking Birchak out towards the end of the first round. We profit 1.50 units on our 2 unit bet.

Our last underdog bet of the night was a 2 unit play on Piotr Hallman to defeat Alex Oliveira. We got it at 2.90 (+190), but it climbed quite a bit on fight day up to 3.25 (+225). The first two rounds were split between the fighters and we were left hoping for a strong third round from Hallman. Unfortunately for our bet, Hallman came out with some sloppy striking and Oliveira landed a devastating punch that ended Hallman’s night. The KO meant we lost this 2 unit play.

Next up was the first leg of our free parlay as we had Johnny Case to defeat Yan Cabral as a decent sized favourite. Round 1 saw Case in control early, but unfortunately he succumbed to a Cabral takedown towards the middle of the round. Cabral was able to hold top position for some time and threaten with a kimura. Round 2 was all Case as he beat up on a tired Cabral on the feet including dropping him once. Round 3 started in a similar way to round 2, but Cabral was able to get a takedown and get a body lock on Case. Eventually Case was able to turn it around and once he did he beat Cabral up to the final bell. We thought it was relatively clear Case won the second and third rounds, but we were a little worried the judges would mess it up. All 3 judges scored it the same way we thought it should go, giving Case a 29-28 unanimous decision win. We needed Thomas Almeida to win to close out the parlay.

Our second bet of the night was another 2 unit play. This time we had Thiago Tavares to defeat longtime vet Clay Guida at 2.40 (+140). By fight time you could get up to 2.49 (+149) at some books. The fight didn’t last very long as Guida went for an early takedown, but Tavares was able to lock up a guillotine. After adjusting slightly, he had the guillotine locked up and Guida was forced to tap! We profit 2.80 units.

Our first bet of the night was on the second fight of the night as we had 2 units on Jimmie Rivera to defeat Pedro Munhoz at 2.50 (+150). The odds closed at basically the same level with the top books offering 2.55 (+155) or so. Round 1 was clearly Rivera’s as he used quick counter combinations to land far more damaging strikes than Munhoz. Round 2 saw both guys drop each other. Rivera was actually pretty close to finishing the fight, but got dropped as he tried to throw a lot of power strikes. We had it 20-18 Rivera heading to the third, but 19-19 wouldn’t be all that surprising. We had round 3 going to Rivera as he landed more strikes and seemed to win the striking exchanges landing several big strikes at the end of the round. 2 of 3 judges agreed that Rivera won the fight and we profit 3 units on our 2 unit bet.

Thanks to all who followed and congrats on the boost to your bankroll we were able to bring! We look forward to bringing you more of the best bets throughout the remainder of the year!

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