I make a living betting lots of events, mostly college basketball and football which I was betting at 9 years old, so I have a lot of experience in angles, spots, knowing which NBA team is spending the night before a day game at a strip club etc. I am just a rookie at betting UFC (but like the sport) relatively and I agree that it is a sport to "cherry-pick" looking for fights especially where the public is very big on one side cause the best advice in betting is go against the public, I like being on the casino's side, they seem to get lucky more often
mma betting isn't a sport where it is good to go against the public, nfl isn't either....college football, college basketball are two sports that it is advisable to lean against the public....i make around 30,000 a year just betting football....don't really bet college basketball, but my friend does, and that is the best sport to fade the public....you obviously have to look at many more angals, spots, etc.....mma is a sport where the public usally lines up on the right side, for the most part, my favorite thing to bet in mma, is undervalued favorites, favorites that are around -240 like jon jones against vera, when i know the actual line should be around -440.
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Last edited by JoshKnows46; 03-22-2010 at 07:06 PM.