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Poirier-McGregor UFC 257 First to Bleed Prop Bet

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Jan/23/2021

Yes, there is a prop bet on the First to Bleed in Saturday night's UFC 257 main event matchup between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier.

First to bleed

Conor McGregor +200

Dustin Poirier -260

 

Will either fighter bleed?

Yes -150

No +120

McGregor is a -350 favorite to win and Poirier pays out $250 for every $100 bet with the upset.

Other prop bets include who McGregor will fight next.

Conor McGregor next opponent if defeats to Poirier

Khabib Nurmagomedov -250

Justin Gaethje +250   

Nate Diaz +500          

Any other fighter +700          

 

Conor McGregor next opponent if loses to Poirier

Nate Diaz -175

Tony Ferguson +275

Justin Gaethje +325

Charles Oliveira +600

Any other fighter +700

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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