Latest Melissa Martinez vs Elise Reed Odds
Total rounds odds
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Martinez vs Reed odds explained
Two of the most common ways to bet on the UFC is to bet the moneyline or who will win the fight, and the Over/Under for the number of rounds the fight will last.
The moneyline represents the odds for who will win the fight outright. These odds are listed in American format and the best odds are identified in green.
When betting a favorite — identified by the minus sign in front of the odds number — in American odds, you need to wager the amount of the odds to win $100. For example, a -250 favorite would need a $250 wager to profit $100.
When betting an underdog — identified by the plus sign in front of the odds number — in American odds, you can win the amount of the odds listed with a $100 wager. For example, a +180 underdog would profit $180 on a $100 bet.
Total rounds odds
When making a wager on the total rounds odds, you’re betting as to how long the fight will last. For example, by taking the Under 2.5 rounds, you’re betting that the fight will end before the midway point of the third round. So, you're hoping the fight ends in Round 1, Round 2, or before the clock ticks below 2:30 in the third round.
Again, the odds are listed in American format and the best odds are highlighted in green. You can convert American odds to other formats using our odds converter.
Martinez vs Reed FAQs
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No one can accurately predict who will win each UFC fight, but the favorite to win the fight is identified by the negative odds (i.e. -150). The underdog is identified by the positive odds (i.e. +200).