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.
UFC 206: Holloway vs Pettis goes down tomorrow night from our backyard, Toronto, Ontario. Alas, we won’t be attending this event as the ticket prices are pretty steep especially with the initial main event of Cormier vs Johnson off the card and the main event as an interim featherweight title fight for only one fighter. Even though the card isn’t the best on paper, it is absolutely awesome from a betting perspective with several slight dogs that we feel have well over 50% chance of winning. We’ll get to one of those in this free bet post, but first we want to go over our impressive recent results. In 9 of the last 11 events we have bet on which include Bellator and UFC, we have walked away with a profit. Over that streak we have returned our followers more than 30 units in total profit which is way better than any service we know of and you can get all these bets for just $9.95 at Cappertek. In total this weekend, we have 10 bets for 28 units risked. Remember to get the bets before Friday night’s UFC Fight Night 102: Lewis vs Abdurakhimov so you get the best bang for your buck!
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.
We came into UFC Fight Night 74: Holloway vs Oliveira with a 10.75 unit loss so far on the month of August and high hopes that we could redeem most, if not all of that loss to still make it out of the month with a win. It was not to be although the results from tonight in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan definitely went in our favour. Overall, we went 5-3 on our bets for a big profit of 8.70 units. The night will go down as one of the better nights in our history and we’ll happily take the boost to our bankroll. Remember, to get in on all our bets, sign up at Cappertek. The next event we’ll have bets for will be UFC 191: Johnson vs Dodson which goes down Saturday, September 5 from Las Vegas, Nevada.
UFC Fight Night 74: Holloway vs Oliveira goes down a week this Sunday (August 23) from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in Western Canada. The card is pretty respectable for a fight night card, but lacks the big names at the top that we’ve seen lately at fight nights. Nothing against Max Holloway or Charles Oliveira though as they are both likely a win or two away from a title shot. The thing is, neither of their names will resonate with the general public. Who cares though, right? We’re just here to try to make some money on a card that could see us place as many as 7 total bets including two four unit plays. It’s all line movement dependent obviously, but that’s what we’re looking at today. In terms of our recent results, we had our best month in history in June and followed it up with a decent profit in July. Unfortunately, August has not been as generous to us and a big loss at Fight Night 73 leaves us in the red. Fight Night 74 is the third of three events in August so it will be our last chance to get back in the green! If you want to see our third party tracked record or if you want to buy all our bets, go to our CapperTek page. If you want to see our history prior to 2015, you can check out our track record on this site.