UFC 212: Aldo vs Holloway goes down tomorrow night from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Ranked among UFC pay-per-view cards so far this year put on by the UFC, it’s definitely not the best card, but it does have some notable fights. Obviously the main event fight between Jose Aldo and Max Holloway should be a decent scrap for the featherweight title, but there are a few other interesting fights like Erick Silva vs Yancy Medeiros, Raphael Assuncao vs Marlon Moraes and Claudia Gadelha vs Karolina Kowalkiewicz. In terms of bets for the event, we already posted our 3 bets at Cappertek. One of those will be free here and the other two are available to subscribers or for purchase for just $9.95.
Unquestionably the biggest event of the year and one of the biggest of all time is just 13 days away and of course we’ll have you covered with the best bets for UFC 200: Cormier vs Jones II. The card is absolutely stacked, featuring 3 title fights, a ton of former champions and some very familiar faces to long time UFC fans. It also features the return of the beast, Brock Lesnar which by itself would basically guarantee a million buys or more. Add the title fights and animosity in the Cormier/Jones battle and you have the recipe for a record breaking pay-per-view. From a betting perspective, we actually don’t like this card all that much. Many of the fights have a lot of uncertainty and that always makes handicapping difficult. There are a few places we like for bets and we’ll give you one of those here and two of them via CapperTek.
UFC 194: Alda vs McGregor is still 2 months away, but the bookmakers got on this one early, releasing full odds a couple weeks ago. At this point, we’re looking at having a total of 4 bets on the card for ~10 units, but that obviously depends on where the lines move over the next couple months. The 3 non-free bets will be available via our Cappertek profile leading up to December 12 along with bets for UFC Fight Night 80: VanZant vs Calderwood on December 10 and the TUF 22 Finale: Edgar vs Mendes on December 11. As of the writing of this piece, we are up almost 50 units on 2015 for an ROI of around 13% which is 3rd party tracked by CapperTek and also in our betting track record. We are profitable in 7 of 10 months of the year and have big profits in both 2014 and 2015, but not in 2013 where we used a less systematic approach to placing our bets. Anyway, if you look into our track record, we think you’ll see that it’s well worth purchasing our bets for just $9.95 per week. Our free betting tip for UFC 194 will be a two team parlay which tends to be our “go to” for free betting tips.
EDIT: Aldo has pulled out due to his rib injury and Chad Mendes will be stepping in to face Conor McGregor as a replactement. We will add our bet for this new matchup at the bottom
It’s been hyped up for ages and we’re now just over 2 weeks away from one of the biggest MMA fights of all time. UFC 189: Aldo vs McGregor which already had a 10 part embedded series from a world tour has become even more hyped after earlier this week, the champ’s camp claimed he had suffered a rib injury. As it turns out though, the fight will go on as the injury wasn’t as serious as initially thought. As always, we’ll have you covered with a full slate of bets for the card via our CapperTek page. We’ll be looking to have as good a month in July as we did in June where we continued to prove we are among the very best MMA handicappers out there and we come at an affordable price. If you tailed all our bets so far in 2015 (prior to UFC Fight Night 70 which goes down this weekend), you’d only need to bet $5.40 per unit to break even after covering the entirety of your membership fees assuming you buy 30 days at a time! Of the 6 months that have past so far in 2015, only 2 saw us lose money overall and neither of those losses was particularly big.
UFC 179: Aldo vs Mendes II went down last night and while it wasn’t the greatest night of fights by any stretch, a solid main event made up for what was a mediocore undercard. The event marked our first attempt to use picks made by a machine learning algorithm as a tool in choosing where to bet. While we didn’t end up generating a huge profit, our small profit is still a profit and in the end, that’s all we’re trying to do anytime we make bets on an event. By the way, our UFC Fight Night 55/56 paid betting tips are now available on our Sellfy. There are currently no tips available, but if you purchase our picks through Sellfy, you will receive an email with the updates before they are posted anywhere else. By the way, here’s an example of what you get, our UFC 179 full paid betting tips.