MMA Odds Explained
You’ll see two columns of numbers above. The left column is the Round Over/Under and the right column is the Money Line odds.
If you want to bet on the number of rounds you think the fight will go. Lets say, for example, we have McGregor vs Aldo o2.5 (-175)/u2.5 (+150).
If you think the fight will go over 2.5 rounds (the favorite), you need to risk $175 to win $100. If you think the fight will go under 2.5 rounds (the underdog), you will risk $100 to win $150.
The Money Line determines the odds of who will win the fight outright. Lets say, for example, we have McGregor (-165) vs Aldo (+150). If you think McGregor (favorite) will win the fight, you must risk $165 to win $100. If you think Aldo (underdog) will win the fight, you risk $100 to win $150.
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