UFC/MMA odds 2021
UFC odds explained
The odds outlined above refer to moneyline odds. They represent the odds to win the fight. The best odds from the listed sportsbooks are identified in green.
The moneyline odds found here are listed in American format. The favorite is indicated by the minus sign (-) placed in front of the odds, while the underdog is reflected by a plus sign (+) in front of the odds.
When betting the favorite in American odds, you need to wager the amount of the odds to win $100. For example, a -200 favorite requires a $200 wager to profit $100.
When betting an underdog in American odds, you can win the amount of the odds listed with a $100 wager. For example, an underdog at +150 would profit $150 on a $100 bet.
The first column (Open) reflects the opening lines for the fight. These are the first odds posted for the fight by oddsmakers. You can use the opening line as a reference point for the line movement of a particular fight.
The Covers Line
The last column listed under our Covers logo is the Covers Line. This is a consensus number derived from some of the most trusted sportsbooks and betting sites in the world.
UFC Odds FAQs
The most common UFC odds are moneyline odds, where you’re picking who will win the fight. Other popular ways to bet on the UFC include Over/Under on how many rounds the fight will last, whether the fight will go the distance, or how the fight will end.
The UFC odds referenced above are listed in American format. The favorite is identified by the minus sign (-) and the underdog is identified by the plus sign (+). When betting a favorite, you need to wager the amount of the odds to win $100, so if the odds are -150 it will take a $150 bet to win $100. When betting an underdog, you can win the amount of the odds based on a $100 wager, so if the odds are +200 you can win $200 with a $100 wager.
When betting the moneyline (i.e. who will win the fight), your bet will be deemed void or refunded if the fight ends in a draw.