Apart from the ‘Over,’ the most profitable UFC betting trend worth backing in the Men’s Featherweight division has been the ‘coin flip’ underdog. A $100 bettor who has faded the ‘coin flip’ favorite of -150 or better in the UFC men’s 145lbs division over the last two and a half years has gone 27-21, turning a profit of +$786. An ROI of +$16 per wager, win or lose.
UFC Betting Trends: Men’s Featherweight Division
|Since 2020||Record||Win %||Profit (Units)||Buy/Fade|
|‘Coin Flip’ Dogs||11-10||52.4%||+1.33u||-110|
The ‘coin flip’ dog at men’s featherweight has been marginally profitable over the last year and a half, going 11-10 for +1.33 units profit on the moneyline since January 2020.
Meanwhile, the betting favorite in this division has cashed at a 61.3% rate over the last year and a half but has failed to turn a profit, currently sitting at 49-31-1 for a loss of -8.48 units.
Based on the betting trend and implied probability, the underdog in the UFC Men’s Featherweight division is worth backing at the price of +158 or better.
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