Boxing Free Bets
Combat Sports are on the rise in the world of sports betting. For a long time, boxing has been the number one combat sport to bet on, but MMA betting and it’s biggest promotion, the UFC, is catching up fast as the fastest growing sport on the planet!
Throughout the year, huge boxing and MMA events are staged around the world at iconic venues, the “Mecca” of which is of course the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. On July 9th, the UFC host their landmark UFC 200 event at the all-new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas; set to become the new home of big boxing and MMA events in the famous fight capital.
In November, New York opens its doors to MMA for the first time as the UFC hosts UFC 205 at the world famous Madison Square Garden, which could see the return of Ronda Rousey and Ireland’s superstar Conor McGregor in the cage once more.
UFC betting markets and UFC Free Bets are available for all of the big events, which take place at least twice a month and are always fight cards stacked with top quality bouts for punters to have a go at. All of the major bookmakers offer UFC Free Bets and MMA betting offers for you to take advantage of in order to get the very best from your betting on combat sports and the likes of Paddy Power, bet365 and William Hill even offer “In-Play” betting on Boxing, UFC and MMA events.
From Canelo Alvarez, Anthony Joshua and Conor McGregor, to Ronda Rousey, Jon Jones and Might Mouse Johnson, the fight scene has never been as exciting and vibrant as it is now. Make sure to look out for regular boxing free bets, UFC betting tips and MMA fights to bet on along with your normal sports bets. Combat sports bring a unique, intimate and fun-filled opportunity to get boxing and UFC free bets and watch and bet in-play or pre-fight on some of the most exciting athletes in the world.
You can bet on the Outright win markets for fights, Method of Victory (KO, Decision, Submissions) and of course predict what round the fights will end. Championship Boxing bouts last up to 12 rounds, while UFC fights last 3 rounds for a normal fight and 5 rounds for a title fight, so lots of chances to get involved and bet on your opinion!