Mike James Premium – UFC Fight Night 81

Mike James is in the black following a successful 2015 debut at MMAOddsBreaker and he’s looking to continue his winning ways with UFC Fight Night 81. After winning 1.485 units for UFC 195 two weekends ago, James is now up 98.045 units life-to-date. You can check a track record of his premium bets here. So what makes Mike different from our regular service?

  • Bet Diversity – Mike likes to bet props among other things so there should be plenty of different plays compared to Nick’s
  • Earlier bets – MMAOB Premium waits until after weigh-ins to release our bets, but Mike will make his bets throughout the week whenever he feels the line is strongest
  • More bets – While MMAOB averages about three bets per card (plus a free play), Mike has been known to give out 10+ bets. You can get more bang for your buck!
  • Cheaper! – Mike’s service is less expensive than Nick’s and we’re totally cool with that. Capitalism at its finest!

The UFC is holding three events this weekend, so there will be a massive surplus of bets, all available for the same weekly price. Now what’s holding you back? You can purchase Mike’s bets here (or just scroll down). Here’s an example of what Mike’s premium members saw for UFC 195 two weekends ago: ———————————————————————————- 1 unit = 1% bankroll Risk X amount on underdogs, bet to win X amount on favorites (1-4) unit betting scale

  • Mike James’ Premium Bets

  UFC 195 3 units: Parlay Stipe Miocic (-225) & Albert Tumenov (-250) at (+102) (Bookmaker.eu) 2 units: Michinori Tanaka (-120) (Several Bookmakers.eu) 1 unit: Michael McDonald wins by knockout (+133) (Bookmaker.eu) 1 unit: Brandao/Ortega Does NOT Go The Distance (-175) (Bookmaker.eu or Several Bookmakers.eu) 2.5 units: Tony Sims (-143) (Bookmaker.eu) ———————————————————————– You can purchase one of Mike’s premium betting packages below.        

Written by Brian Hemminger

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