UFC 200 is set to be a monumental event in MMA history and I’m expecting a lot of Canadians are interested in making some bets on some of these big fights. The Jon Jones vs Daniel Cormier fight has been dropped because Jones has been flagged for a potential doping violation. Although that’s very upsetting news, the card is still stacked from top to bottom. We will also be treated to the return of Brock Lesnar to the UFC as the new main event, the women’s bantamweight title fight between Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes, the interim title fight between Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar for the right to face Conor McGregor at Featherweight and a plethora of other compelling fights.
Bet On UFC 200 in Canada – How To Guide
#1 Open an Online Sportsbook Account
First you’ll need to open an account with an online betting site. SportsInteraction.com is our top rated sportsbook for Canadians looking to bet on UFC 200.
#2 Fund Your Account
Next up you’ll need to make a deposit.
Check out our deposit methods page to see some of the deposit options you have at SIA.
#3 Place Your UFC 200 Bets!
You’re now ready to place your bets on UFC 200. The most popular type of bet is simply which fighter will win the fight straight up. That said, Sports Interaction offers a wide range of prop bets on these fights as well including total rounds, method of victory, and round betting.
To find the UFC 200 odds in the Sports Interaction sportsbook, click on ‘Boxing/MMA’ from the left sidebar and then click on ‘Mixed Martial Arts’ in the drop down menu. Remember, the UFC has events on Thursday and Friday night as well, so if you’re placing your UFC 200 bets before Saturday you will need to scroll through quite a few bets to find the UFC 200 fights.
You’re now ready to bet! Click here to visit SportsInteraction.com.