Early Bird Betting Tips for UFC 193 – Rousey vs Holm

UFC 193 looks like a very good event for betting with plenty of fighters competing on this card who hold significant advantages over their opponents. I feel very confident that we can make a good amount of money on this event.

I will be updating this article with new betting tips as I research each of the fights. Please check this article regularly for updates.



Ronda Rousey vs Holly Holm 5 Units on this fight to last less than 1.5 rounds at odds of 1.25 | -400
Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs Valerie Letourneau No bet
Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva vs Mark Hunt 10 Units on Mark Hunt to win at odds of 1.47 | -212
Robert Whittaker vs Uriah Hall 3 Units on Uriah Hall to win at odds of 1.80 | -125
Jared Rosholt vs Stefan Struve No bet
Akbarh Arreola vs Jake Matthews No bet
Kyle Noke vs Peter Sobotta No bet
Anthony Perosh vs Gian Villante No bet
Danny Martinez vs Richie Vaculik No bet
Anton Zafir vs James Moontasri No bet
Richard Walsh vs Steven Kennedy No bet
Dan Kelly vs Steven Montgomery 3 Units on Steven Montgomery to win at odds of 1.42 | -238
Ben Nguyen vs Ryan Benoit No bet
I'm a Professional Gambler from the UK. I specialize in betting on MMA. I've got 1 kid, a Shih Tzu and I've been making money from gambling for around 8 years now.


  1. Aren’t you afriad mate of betting 10 units on 41 years old heavyweight coming back after crushing loss, which may have declined his chin? I know BigFoot is clumsy after all his brain surgeries and lack of TRT, but still he has huge punching power.

      1. I would never bet on anyone unless I felt sure that they would win, but on any given night, any man can lose, no bets are certain.

        I see almost no path to victory for Bigfoot and for that reason I recommend betting big on Hunt to maximise our profits.

  2. hunto looks in great shape puczi , hes been over in thailand for weeks now and has his weight down to the heavyweight limit naturally already as opposed to trying to shed 10-15kg the week of the fight like he has his last couple fights.
    hes also acknowledging poor preparation and his casual approach to diet an training coupled with the big last minute weight cut played a big part in his recent losses.
    honestly i think mark mauls bigfoot again, soa (whos terrible) had bigfoot in serious trouble in their fight, and only a terrible gas tank and DIABOLICAL fight IQ on soa’s part saved bigfoot from another loss.

    hunkto by K.O …probably round 2

    1. Hi Philip

      Hope you’re having a good day.

      Anthony Perosh is not good, but he is very tough and he has home advantage on his side. He also has a good chin and Villante has a habit of adrenaline dumping early in a fight and then gassing out. If you go back and watch Perosh’s last few fights against Ryan Bader and Sean O’Connell, you will see that Perosh was able to endure an ungodly amount of damage and still didn’t go down. I could see Villante rocking him early, trying to finish him and gassing out when he can’t get the job done.

      I think Villante will win, but he has poor fight IQ and I wouldn’t feel comfortable betting on him at the current odds.

      Saturday’s event is an extreme situation for fighters because of the gigantic arena the fights are taking place in. For that reason, Australian fighters have an added advantage on Saturday night. The pressure of competing against an Australian with 70,000 fans behind them will be very intense and I’m not sure if Gian Villante is the type of guy I can trust to handle that pressure.

      If Villante was closer to 1.50 | -200 I might have taken a shot on him, but at the current odds I feel that he’s unplayable.

      Hope this helps mate, let me know if you have anymore questions!


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