We’ve taken a look at the best choices out there when it comes to betting with the best UFC odds. This time we have included a couple of male fighters, but you know that our top pick is going to be female!
If you’re new to UFC betting and want to join in the fun in the upcoming UFC event, you’re in luck because, in this article, we will be talking about some simple UFC betting tips that you can use if you want to win in UFC betting.
We had a particularly impressive month of updates to the female fighter database in April, due to a couple of hundred hours graft. We’re making huge progress in our immediate goals and I’m excited to give you the rundown.
I am booked for another show in Plymouth next month. This time for Taurus Gym. A few athletes asked me if I was attending the show because of the amount of female fights on the card. I believe 8 of the 28 fighters are women.
On Sunday April 17th, Touchgloves’ Easter Beaster 3 show took place in Redruth, Cornwall. There were 13 fights on the card, a mixture of Muay Thai, K1 and Boxing. There was only one female fight on the card; Mia Trevorrow vs. Beth Bodilly.
The UFC is made up of great fighters of both genders, and in this guide, we’ll take a look at some of the best female contenders. We’ll also take a short tour of the background to the UFC and give you some top tips for placing bets.
Fans were treated to a much more competitive matchup during the month of March, as there were encounters that stood out as having some of the best UFC knockouts. Thus, in this article, we’ll take a look at five of the best fights that resulted in an excellent old-fashioned knockout.
Mixed Martial Arts “MMA” is a term utilized in reference to cage fighting. Before 2012, women were rarely heard of in MMA. This all changed when Ronda Rousey made her Ultimate Fighting Championship “UFC” debut in February 2012.
You may have noticed that I’ve decided to give a regularly updates on the progress of the Awakening website and database. I write these updates up at the start of of each month, to keep you informed and to reassure you of the masses of work that’s being done here.
MMA or Mixed Martial Arts is an exciting and fun sport to watch and bet on. It is also called cage fighting, as fighters will fight inside a cage-like ring. Although MMA is a full-contact sport, most promotions like the UFC and ONE FC have a set of rules to ensure the safety of the fighters.
Coming off the back of such a brilliant year for the women’s divisions, what’s in store for 2022? In this article, we’ll take a look at each division and suggest our top picks for the championship belt.
Molly McCann wasn’t going to miss out on the rewards that come with success following her emphatic knockout over Luana Carolina in London on the 19th of March.
First up, you have to find the right home for your betting: There are many hundreds of sportsbooks online but, with so much choice on the table, confusion can follow.
Men tend to make the headlines at UFC events but there is a whole generation of female fight fans now – and female fighters. Here are some of the biggest upcoming women’s bouts
In a couple of months Awakening will celebrate it’s 10th birthday. That’s right, it’s been a decade! Although I had to lay the website dormant for three years due to unforeseen circumstances, I am back and firing on all cylinders.
I wanted to bring you a Mid-March progress report on the Awakening website, because there is a lot going on right now and I know you’d be pleased to hear it.
Despite the many cancellations and postponement of events spilling over from the previous year, 2021 was another landmark year for female combat sports, with athletes across different disciplines making their mark.
As a passionate watcher of UFC and boxing, you should follow these tips and tricks to help better your fan experience and become more knowledgeable