The UFC is back in a big way this coming Saturday with UFC 220 taking place in Boston. The card is headlined by Stipe Miocic putting his heavyweight belt and title of “baddest man on the planet” on the line against dominant prospect Francis Ngannou, who has looked like an unstoppable force in his 6-0 run in the UFC. The co-main event is the return of Daniel Cormier, who will look to regain the feeling of being the Light Heavyweight Champ as he defends the belt that he “lost” to Jon Jones at UFC 214, against the fast rising Volkan Oezdemir.
With McGregor, Rousey and GSP not set to return anytime soon, this will likely be the biggest UFC PPV event of the first half of 2018. Ngannou brings with him a ton of hype and he actually heads into this fight with Miocic as close to a 2-1 favourite, which is pretty crazy considering Miocic is on his own streak of 4 first round KO’s, which include 3 title fights in that span.
The card is definitely top heavy with most eyes surely turning in for the two title fights, but it’s still likely the biggest PPV of the first half of the year, which is why I wanted to include this “how to bet” guide for new bettors looking to wager on UFC 220.
Bet On UFC 220 in Canada – 3 Step Guide
Here’s a very simple and easy to follow 3 step guide for Canadians to get your bets in on UFC 220.
#1. Open a Betting Account
SIA only allows Canadians to use their site and this allows them to fully cater the sportsbook to the needs of a Canadian bettor. This includes the betting options, deposits and withdrawals, and overall customer service.
#2. Make a Deposit
Now that you have a betting account you need some money in it to place UFC 220 bets.
I’ve broken down every deposit option available at SIA into their own step by step guides on our deposit methods page.
#3. Bet On UFC 220
You have your account and you have money in it. You’re now ready to place your bets.
To find the UFC 220 odds in the Sports Interaction sportsbook click on ‘MMA’ and ‘Mixed Martial Arts’ in the left sidebar of the sportsbook. SIA has the outright winner odds, as well as total rounds, method of victory and round betting props that you can bet on for every UFC 220 fight.
So there you have it. If you follow those three steps you’ll have no trouble getting your bets in on UFC 220. If you want more information about the various bets you can make on UFC fights and the odds associated check out our UFC betting page.
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