BetLucky MMA/Boxing

How To Bet

MMA is one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S and Boxing is making a wagering resurgence.

To bet on MMA or Boxing, simply tell the ticket writer the bet number of the fighter or boxer you wish to bet on and the amount you wish to wager.

Both MMA and Boxing odds are shown using a Money Line.

When betting on the Money Line, the "minus" (-) preceding the number indicates the team is the favorite, and the "plus" (+) preceding the number indicates the team is an underdog.

Bet No.  Fighter  Odds  Rounds Prop  Money Line Rounds Prop 
9001  Nate Diaz  +155  3 1/2  -250 
9002  Connor MsGregor  -175  3 1/2  +210 

In the MMA example above:

The odds on McGregor are -175, meaning a $17.50 bet would win $10, for a return of $27.50.

The odds on Diaz are +155, meaning a $10 bet would win $15.50, for a return of $25.50.

If wagering on the Rounds Prop:

The odds on Over 3 ½ rounds are -250, meaning a $25 bet would win $10, for a return of $35.

The odds on Under 3 ½ rounds are +210, meaning a $10 bet would win $21, for a return of $31.

Bet No.  Boxer  Odds  Rounds Prop  Money Line Rounds Prop 
5001  Manny Pacquiao  +210  11 1/2  -160 
5002  Floyd Mayweather Jr  -250  11 1/2  +140 

In the Boxing example above:

The odds on Mayweather Jr are -250, meaning a $25 bet would win $10, for a return of $35.

The odds on Pacquiao are +210, meaning a $10 bet would win $21, for a return of $31.

If wagering on the Rounds Prop:

The odds on Over 11 ½ rounds are -160, meaning a $16 bet would win $10, for a return of $26.

The odds on Under 11 ½ rounds are +140, meaning a $10 bet would win $14, for a return of $24.

In both MMA and Boxing, if a goes the distance and is ruled a “draw”:

  1. When wagering on a straight bet on the fighter, it will result in a refund of your bet.
  2. When wagering on a straight bet on the rounds prop, the Over will be declared the winner.