Conor McGregor vs. Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone Odds & Promotions: The Best Site to Bet McGregor
Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images. Pictured: Conor McGregor and Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone
Conor McGregor is officially back, and if you like him to beat Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in the octagon on Saturday night (11 p.m. ET), listen up.
PointsBet Sportsbook in New Jersey is moving McGregor’s moneyline every time it gets 200 bets on McGregor. As of Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET, that’s resulted in a drop from -275 to +100.
It gets even better: If you take advantage of this promotion, all bets will be paid out based on the FINAL PRICE. And since McGregor’s moneyline is constantly getting shorter and shorter as more bets come on him, there’s a chance you could be holding a ticket on McGregor as an even bigger underdog by the time the fight starts.
The max bet for this wager is $100.
This is an exceptional deal — and the fight is still more than 48 hours away from happening. For some context, here’s a sampling of McGregor’s prices from some other New Jersey books: -358, -335, -334, -300, -300.
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There’s a reason McGregor is such a significant favorite: Cowboy’s gameplan appears to be to stand and bang with one of the most dangerous strikers in the world.
As a result, this bout could be over in a flash. Cerrone lost inside the distance in his previous two fights, including a first-round knockout last September, while McGregor has won by knockout in 85% of his victories, finishing 13 of those 18 fights (72%) in the first round.
If you’re bullish on McGregor’s chances to win, head over to PointsBet to advantage of this promotion.