In MMA betting, fans can place bets on the winner of a fight. To make your pick, you must consider several factors. The opponent’s previous record and foes should be considered. Lastly, you should select a sportsbook that is easy to navigate. A simple, easy-to-use interface is important for casual punters as well as professionals.
MMA betting involves comparing opponent’s record and foes
In MMA betting, the total rounds are bets that are placed on the number of rounds a fight will last. While NFL and NBA over/under wagers are based on total points scored or runs scored, MMA fights are based on the number of rounds a fight is scheduled to last. In general, most UFC fights are scheduled to last three rounds. Only main event bouts are extended to five rounds. Oddsmakers determine the total number of rounds a fight will last, calculating the implied probability that the fight will end in that number of rounds.
Another type of bet involves prop bets. These bets predict a specific outcome of a fight and offer more favorable odds than traditional bets. Prop bets can include how a fighter will win, the number of rounds a fight will last, and more. Prop bets can help you maximize your profits in MMA betting. However, the amount of money you make depends on many factors, including the quality of your selections and betting strategy.
Weight classes are another important factor to consider when betting on MMA. Weight classes vary by division, so it’s important to understand the division class that your opponent fights in. In MMA, the only division where fighters are allowed to weigh less than the maximum limit is the heavyweight division.