It was an awesome way to start a Saturday morning as we managed a 14.50 unit profit and went 6-2 on our bets at UFC Fight Night 79: Henderson vs Masvidal which was live from Seoul, South Korea beginning at 5 AM ET. This more than makes up for the two straight losses we had at UFC 193 and UFC Fight Night 78 and keeps us on track for a massive year of profit! Congrats to all those who were able to tail the bets and we hope to bring you even more profit in the 3 events in early December!
UFC Fight Night 78: Gastelum vs Magny goes down this Saturday night from the Monterrey Arena in Monterrey, Mexico. In addition to being a standard Fox Sports 1 fight card, it will feature the finals of the second season of TUF: Latin America, but I’m guessing noone outside the Latin America region will really be paying much attention to that. Just the main card odds for this card have been released so far, but we expect bookmakers will release full odds in the next couple days. Regardless, we found a parlay we like and we’re here to give it to you as our free betting tip. We’re also already eyeing a couple fighters for bets when full odds are released, but those will only be available via CapperTek. In terms of our betting results, you can see them in the side bar, third party tracked at CapperTek or for full results prior to 2015, in our track record. In summary though, we had 6 straight profits on UFC events which was broken at UFC 193 where we suffered a slight loss of 2.88 units. We have won in 3 straight months and 5 of the last 6 including an incredible month of June where we were up over 30 units! We’re hoping we can get a streak like that going again and hopefully it will start at UFC Fight Night 78!
Belfort vs Henderson III goes down this Saturday night from Sao Paulo, Brazil. We’re here with what will be our first UFC bet of November, although we did already release a free bet for UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor. In terms of our results this year, it’s been pretty steady with a lot of very profitable events and very few losing events. The main difference that has made us much more profitable this year vs last year is we aren’t straying from our strategy nearly as often and thus avoiding the very bad nights. You can see our results for this year as well as our entiry betting history in our betting track record. Of course, we are also third party tracked at CapperTek where you can also purchase our full betting tips.
It ended up being an awesome night of betting for us as 4 of our 6 bets ended up cashing at UFC Fight Night 68: Boetsch vs Henderson. Had our bets been mostly chalk favourites, that wouldn’t be a big deal, but considering they were all close to or above even money, it ended up being a big profit of 7.94 units! Not only did we score a big profit, but we saw one of the best main cards there has been on a UFC event so far in 2015. Congrats to all of you who were able to tail our bets, we’ll be back with around 3 plays for next week’s UFC 188: Velasquez vs Werdum, but will be going back to providing one free bet and charging for the rest which you can get on our CapperTek profile.
This Saturday the UFC’s putting on a solid fight card topped by a number one contender fight for the UFC welterweight title between Robbie Lawler and Matt Brown. The fights will be live from the SAP Center in San Jose, California, with the Fight Pass prelims at 4:15 pm ET, the televised prelims at 6pm ET and the main card live at 8pm ET. We’re here to give you our main card predictions and bets. We’re hoping the event will allow us to get back to profit in July which started pretty horribly with 2 straight losses, but has turned around a bit with the last 3 events. Overall, we’re still up 62.01 units for an average return of 17.87%. Our UFC record is even better with an average return of 20.50% and a total return of 63.55 units. Remember that game, “Watch Dogs” that seemed to be promoted on every UFC broadcast? Well it’s now out and looks legit, you can pick up your copy on Amazon.