Usually, at this stage in one of these articles, I would talk about how we did on the last event. But since I am posting this before UFC 241 takes place, I just hope that Sandhagen and Diaz came through for us. Hopefully, we crushed it in Live Betting too.
In a few hours, I’ll be catching a flight and taking a 2-week vacation with very limited access to the internet so I won’t be online much in the run-up to this event. This means that you may not get responses to your emails and messages on the website over the next couple of weeks. It also means that if there is a problem with the website it may take longer than usual to fix.
I want to assure you that I’ll be thoroughly researching this card and providing you with Betting Tips as usual. I’ll also be back from my vacation in time to offer my usual Live Betting service and fight commentary.
August has been a great month for us so far. We’re 3-0 on prefight bets, and we’re also consistently grinding out small profits in Live Betting.
Now we turn our attention to UFC 241, an event that potentially looks very good for both prefight and Live Betting.
We kicked off August by banking a solid profit on both Prefight and Live Betting last weekend at UFC on ESPN 5. Now we have to try and keep it going by following it up with another win this weekend on UFC on ESPN+ 14.
July turned out to be a decent month for prefight betting after we banked an overall profit of just under 5 units.
After buying some new equipment last week, I am now able to research UFC fights much faster. This means that I’m well ahead of schedule on my research for this weekend’s fights at UFC on ESPN 5. As a result, I decided to spend my Tuesday researching as many of the Contender series fights as possible and after just 30 minutes I found a great value underdog bet.