Up to 400 fights. 43 events. Dozens of championship matches. This is what you can expect in the next 12 months with the UFC. The world’s leading provider of combat sports takes no breaks bringing monthly pay-per-views and over 25 free TV events every year since 2015 and they won’t slow down as they add more divisions and create more entertaining matchups. Check out the next coming fight cards!
Next UFC Fight Card
From Las Vegas to Brazil to Asia, the UFC is your best bet for non-stop action. Anything can happen in the UFC. Fight changes are a dime a dozen but that doesn’t stop sportsbooks from opening betting lines for fight as early as several months away. It’s best to check any of Canada’s leading online books for your betting choices although Sports Interaction and Bodog lead the way as the best websites for MMA. Keep it locked here to get updates on betting lines as matchups change.
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Betting early has advantages especially if it’s on big favourites as their prices could keep going down to unbeatable levels. Many UFC bettors “chalk” (bet on favourites) specifically on popular fighters.
However, doing so comes with plenty of risk as the weight cutting, which some fighters can have issues with, isn’t until the day before the fight. On the flipside, waiting can also be advantageous because the line may go the other way. A lot of betting happens during the day of the fight.
Observe betting trends carefully and stay tuned to learn all things UFC!
Canada's best active MMA fighter Rory Macdonald (+165) is live this Saturday and looking to become a two-division champion as he faces Gegard Mousasi (-225) in a champion versus champion "superfight" that is Bellator MMA's biggest event of the year. Both fighters were recently crowned welterweight and middleweight champions, respectively and are two of MMA's best fighters today. Macdonald achieves history or Mousasi's legend grows.
He's back! After messing around in boxing, the "Notorious" Conor McGregor returns to headline UFC 229 to reclaim his lightweight title from the new champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. McGregor was previously a two-division champion and was never defeated for the title just like Nurmagomedov has never lost. It's a clash of styles and personalities as the brash striker meets the stoic wrestler in this year's biggest MMA fight.
UFC 227 features two iconic rematches as champions TJ Dillashaw and Demetrious Johnson defend their titles against their nemeses, Cody Garbrandt and Henry Cejudo, respectively. Dillashaw will ring it back with his friend-turned-enemy in what should be another back-and-forth with a knockout finish just like the first. Johnson is looking to put Cejudo away again after destroying him in 2016; main card starts 10:00 PM ET.
Dustin Poirier, along with thousands of insatiable UFC fans, got the rematch they clamoured for. Following a controversial "No Contest" after their original bout, former champion Eddie Alvarez and Poirier will do it again. This time, a winner is likely to emerge. Regardless if it's Alvarez or Poirier, it will be just as thrilling as the first; the main card starts 8:00 PM ET on CTV TWO.
UFC 226 caps off International Fight Week with the superfight of the year: a heavyweight title clash between champion Stipe Miocic and light heavyweight king Daniel Cormier. Both fighters haven't lost in over three years and are two of the top three best pound-for-pound fighters. Miocic looks to extend his record-breaking reign while DC looks to make history; PPV starts 10:00 PM ET.