UFC 280 Betting: Cross-Card ML Parlay (+2657 BANGER!)

Fight week is officially underway for UFC Vegas 62, and while most sportsbooks still haven’t released props for the event, I think I’ve still managed to find a pretty solid play that stretches into UFC 280 the following week.

It’s a seven-leg parlay, but all lines are ML and there’s only one slight underdog, and that’s the final leg of the play that will bring us home on this +2657 banger (odds on FanDuel).

The fighters from UFC Vegas 62: Tatsuro Taira (-250), Piera Rodriguez (-196), and Askar Askarov (-225).

The fighters from UFC 280: Sean Brady (-136), Manon Fiorot (-210), Mateusz Gamrot (-188), and Charles Oliveira (+136).

I’m very confident in the first six fighters on the play, and although Oliveira/Makhachev should be a close fight, I’ll take the value on the uncrowned champ at plus money.

If you are on the other side of the Charles/Islam fight, swap the line out for Islam and you should still get a nice return if it lands.

My full preview for UFC 280 will be posted in the coming days, but I don’t expect any of these picks will be changing between now and fight day on October 22nd.

If there are any lines on the play that you aren’t comfortable with, leave them off entirely or also run a Round Robin on the parlay.

Best of luck to everyone that trails this play and let’s get paid!

2 responses to “UFC 280 Betting: Cross-Card ML Parlay (+2657 BANGER!)”

  1. […] tomorrow. You can also see my first UFC Vegas 62 bet that I placed for the card here or my two-card +2600 parlay that begins this weekend and carries over into UFC […]


  2. […] addressing the two new bets for Saturday, let’s cover the cross-card parlay that we will be carrying over from this past weekend’s UFC Vegas 62 event. We lost the Askar […]


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