Like baseball and hockey, the money line is used to show the odds of winning in boxing and MMA.
The minus (-) about the wagering sheets and display boards indicates the preferred. The plus (+) indicates the underdog.
Case in Point:
Floyd Mayweather is favored, and the player must set $150 to win $100 or $15 to win $10. The player would bet $100 to win $130 or $10 to win $13 on Manny Pacquiao. In case of a draw, on who will win the battle, wagers have been refunded.
On certain fights, players have the option of betting whether the battle will go a distance.
In this example, the player would wager $100 to win $140 or $160 to win $100 that the length of the fight will last 12 total rounds. In propositions that are rounds, it does not matter that fighter wins.
For important fights, a wide range of wagers and propositions might be offered for example the way the fighter will acquire (KO or conclusion ), round propositions and odds on choosing the round in which the fight will end.
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