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.
We took a small loss on our prefight bets last weekend at UFC 238, but we’re still in profit for the month thanks to our winning bet on UFC Stockholm. We now turn our attention towards Bellator 222 on Friday night to help us get back on the horse. I will put just as much time and effort into researching Bellator 222 as I do every card, but with a smaller number of matchups, I can’t guarantee we’ll have any bets. I’ll do my best to find something, but if there’s no value I won’t force bets.
Last weekend’s performance on prefight betting was disappointing, but we made up for it in Live Betting by banking another profit. We have now made a profit in Live Betting on the last 13 consecutive UFC events. Can we take that streak to 20 straight wins? Why not? Remember that WE DON’T TAKE LOSSES!!!
Live Betting on Bellator 222 kicks off this weekend at 3 am British Time on Friday Night / Saturday morning. The countdown clock on the Live Betting Page should display the exact start time for your time zone.
Please understand that Bellator Live Betting is only available on a small number of betting websites like BetDSI, Bet365 and William Hill, so you won’t be able to tail my live bets if you don’t have an account at one of these websites. It is also important to remember that Live Betting on Bellator has a lot less liquidity than Live Betting on UFC. This may mean that odds decline or become suspended faster than usual.