At our sportsbook, you can bet on who will win, how the fight will end (knockout, TKO or decision), how long a match will last and how many rounds each opponent will take. Specific Prop bets are also possible, and are great for experienced bettors who have a greater understanding of Mixed Martial Arts.
Since literally anything can happen in this sport, you need to do some homework before you place any wagers. Check the styles of each fighter; someone who does well with stand-up striking may fair poorly against an opponent using wrestling moves. You should also check the contenders' weight, and be sure to watch the weigh-in on the morning before the day of the event. Often contestants will be very dehydrated from trying to cut weight, and if they have gone too far they won't be able to rehydrate in time. Study their appearance very carefully.
Other factors that can influence results include the age of the athletes, and often there is a considerable difference, and the structure of the fighting enclosure. The corners in a ring are different to those in an octagon, and there are none in a cage at all. Once again, competitors will do better or worse depending on the specific enclosure.
There's a lot to think about, but the complexity of the fights is what makes MMA so great to watch and wager on at Spin Sports.