In the UFC Octagon, the last two months of the year will likely be remembered for some exciting occurrences. Islam Makhachev, a student of former champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, won the UFC lightweight title on October 22 at UFC 280 by submitting Charles Oliveira in the second round. Many users of the top sports betting software solution have earned a lot from this fight. Let’s take a look at what to expect in the remainder of the year for UFC FIght Nights.
With Alex Pereira’s fifth-round stoppage of Israel Adesanya to win the middleweight belt in November, the list of championship upsets extended. If you are into global gambling and combat sports, then these fights are definitely worth watching. The UFC is one of the most profitable combat sports that you can find in sportsbooks around the world.
UFC Fight Nights
There are now just three events left in 2022 as the promotion gears up for the following year. The UFC travels to Orlando, Florida to hold a Fight Night event at the Amway Center following a week off for Thanksgiving. In the main event, welterweights Stephen Thompson and Kevin Holland dominate. SBPPH.com will have the proper software to help you offer odds for these events.
Champion Jiri Prochazka and Glover Teixeira were scheduled to rematch for the light heavyweight title in the year’s final pay-per-view. However, a severe shoulder injury will keep Prochazka out of action for more than a year, forcing the Czech boxer to give up the title. Instead, Jan Blachowicz and Magomed Ankalaev will square off for the vacant title at UFC 282 on December 10.