The final UFC pay-per-view of 2021 is a stacked card full of exciting matchups–get ready with the latest MaximBet odds.
With college football finished until bowl season, all eyes in the sports world will turn to the Octagon on Saturday, Dec. 11 as the UFC returns with UFC 269–the final MMA pay-per-view event of 2021.
The main event pits reigning lightweight champion Charlies Oliveira against Dustin Poirier, who is coming off a first-round TKO of longtime rival Conor McGregor last July. Currently at MaximBet, Poirier is a -155 favorite.
Amanda Nunes, the GOAT of women’s mixed martial arts, takes on Julianna Pena in the co-headliner. Nunes, aka “The Lioness,” is a massive -910 betting favorite,
The stacked UFC 269 main card also features Santiago Ponzinibbio vs. Geoff Neal, Cody Garbrandt vs. Kai Kara-France and rising star Sean O’Malley vs. Raulian Paiva. (You can find all the current fight odds here.)
Check out the complete UFC 269 fight card, the best prop bets from MaximBet, plus the start time and how to watch below.
- Charles Oliveira vs. Dustin Poirier
- Amanda Nunes vs. Julianna Pena
- Geoff Neal vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio
- Kai Kara-France vs. Cody Garbrandt
- Raulian Paiva vs. Sean O’Malley
- Josh Emmett vs. Dan Ige
- Dominick Cruz vs. Pedro Munhoz
- Augusto Sakai vs. Tai Tuivasa
- Jordan Wright vs. Bruno Silva
- Andre Muniz vs. Eryk Anders
- Miranda Maverick vs. Erin Blanchfield
- Alex Perez vs. Matt Schnell
- Ryan Hall vs. Darrick Minner
- Randy Costa vs. Tony Kelley
- Gillian Robertson vs. Priscila Cachoeira
MaximBet has created a plethora of unique UFC prop bets outside of the normal fight odds. For example, Customers can wager on which fighter will win in the shortest amount of time. Nunes is the favorite with a -130 price.
Or you can bet on how many main card fights will end in the first round. The over/under for that prop is currently set at 1.5 with -140 juice on the under.
You can see all UFC 269 prop bets below and access the real-time odds here.
Which fighter will win in shortest amount of time?
Amanda Nunes -130
Sean O’Malley +200
Geoff Neal +600
Cody Garbrandt +700
Santiago Ponzinibbio +1000
Dustin Poirier +1000
Kai Kara-France +1500
Charlies Oliveira +2000
Raulian Paiva +3300
Julianna Pena +4500
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- The main card starts Dec. 11, 10 p.m. EDT (7 p.m. PDT).
- The prelims start Dec. 11, 8 p.m. EDT (5 p.m. PDT).
- The early prelims start Dec. 11, 6:15 p.m. EDT (3:15 p.m. PDT)
UFC 269 is available exclusively on pay-per-view through ESPN Plus.
CNET has a breakdown of how match it costs to watch:
Existing yearly ESPN Plus subscribers can order the upcoming UFC fight for $70. Existing monthly ESPN Plus subscribers will be able to either upgrade to an annual plan and buy UFC PPV for $85 or purchase the ability to watch the UFC event on PPV for $70 by itself.
New ESPN Plus subscribers can buy a bundle of one UFC PPV event (streaming in HD) and an ESPN Plus annual recurring subscription for $90.
This is a decent deal. The previous bundle gave a savings of 25%, but this new bundle is a 35% savings. The ESPN Plus annual ESPN subscription will auto-renew after one year, at the price of an ESPN Plus annual subscription at the time of auto-renewal.
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