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.
We came up just short of a profit at UFC 201: Lawler vs Woodley. The card didn’t have a ton of hype behind it, but the fighter’s definitely delivered with some excellent fights and surprise results! Our net result was 2-2 for -0.42 units. We’ll be back next week for UFC Fight Night 92: Rodriguez vs Caceres. Our first bet has already been posted at Cappertek.
UFC 201: Lawler vs Woodley goes down this Saturday night from Atlanta, Georgia. Like usual, the main card goes down at 10 pm ET, the televised prelims go down at 8pm ET and the Fight Pass prelims kick off at 6:30 pm ET. The card isn’t the best for a pay-per-view, but that’s probably a result of the UFC pulling out all the stops for the three events over the UFC 200 weekend. We’ve still got a decent main card and a very good main event featuring a welterweight title fight between current champ Robbie Lawler and challenger Tyron Woodley. In terms of bets for the event, we like this card quite a bit. Our first two plays have already been released to CapperTek, we’ll have our free play here and we anticipate an additional 2 or 3 bets when all is said and done. We’ve been on a huge hot streak lately, profiting around 16 units over the last 3 events and we’ll be looking to keep that going Saturday. You can get all our bets for just $9.95 from Cappertek. If you want a full look at our profitable history, check out our excellent track record.
It was a close, but no cigar type of night last night at UFC 183: Silva vs Diaz as we come away with a 2-4 performance for a loss of just over 3 units. If you dig into a couple fights that caused us to lose, specifically Mein vs Alves and McCall vs Lineker, you would see that our guy was winning the first round in each of those fights, only to give it up in the remainder of the fight. Honestly though, if we can keep our losing nights to under 5 units and our winning nights to over 10 units (like UFC on FOX 14), we’ll be well ahead of the game by the end of this year! Remember, with UFC Fight Night 60: Thatch vs Thompson, we’ll begin charging for our betting tips. You can get them free for 30 days by following the steps listed here. The picks will be available via our CapperTek profile.
We’re just a day away from UFC 183: Silva vs Diaz and it’s time for us to release our full betting tips for the solid pay per view card which will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. This will be our final free event before we begin selling our betting tips via our CapperTek profile. You can get an additional 30 days of free betting tips just by signing up and depositing at Draft Kings and following the steps listed here. In terms of UFC 183, we’ve got you covered for both fantasy and betting as we released our fantasy preview and early betting tips earlier this week. How have our bets been doing recently? Check out our betting track record for all the details, but in general, it’s been a pretty awesome start to the year with profit in 3 of 4 events so far. In this post, we’ll be adding 4 betting tips, all underdogs or pick ’ems.