Let’s start off by saying that the UFC 133 card has changed more times than P Diddy has changed his name.
On paper, there aren’t a lot of big names that will draw a huge amount of pay-per-view buys, but through the eyes of a gambler, there are definitely some intriguing matchups.
The main event and the co-main event both have huge underdogs. But are Akiyama or Tito Ortiz really worth the risk? We will find out. But what I have come to find out is that betting on fights definitely makes them more exciting, and it really keeps me on the edge of my seat even during a boring fight.
Since the main card isn’t the best fight card in the history of the UFC, then why not throw a little bit of money down to make things more interesting.
Warning: It is not my fault if you take my advice and end up losing money. These are just tips to help put some money in viewers’ pockets.
The breakdown of the main card is on the next couple of slides but there was one matchup on Spike TV that really caught my eye: Chad Mendes vs. Rani Yayha. Mendes is a huge favorite in this fight, and I mean huge.
He is the biggest favorite on the card as Yayha is the biggest underdog. Putting money on a huge underdog is always fun. and Yayha is hovering around a plus-400 (ex: bet $10, Yayha wins, you win $40). This is probably a sucker bet, but you could also start the night off with a bang if he wins.
Good luck with the rest of the card!