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Get Double Winnings on 1st Round Finish in UFC 280 Main Event

03 Nov 2022
Leon Travers 03 Nov 2022
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  • First round finish in the main event pays out double the odds
  • Up to $100 in boosted winnings are up for grabs
It’s the fight we’ve all been waiting for, and Stake has upped the ante with a teasing promotion that could return you up to $100 in extra winnings.

First Round - Double Winnings Up to $100

UFC 280 is a stacked card. However, the fight everyone is talking about is the main event, which sees Charles Oliveira go up against Islam Makhachev. This feels like a grudge match and it has a high potential for fireworks right from the bell.

If we don’t make it to the second stanza, bettors who wagered on the winner will receive double winnings - up to $100 - on their bets. Here’s how to get in on the action:

How to Claim

  • Log into your account.
  • Go to the Sports menu and select UFC. Click on UFC 280 followed by the main event: Charles Oliveira vs Islam Makhachev.
  • Place your bet on which fighter you think will win. The minimum bet amount is $5.00 (or currency equivalent).
  • Double winnings are awarded if your pick wins by KO, TKO, or submission in the 1st round.
  • Cashed out bets are ineligible.
  • Extra winnings will be paid within 72 hours.

For customers who don’t have an account; it only takes a minute to sign up. You can use our exclusive Stake promo code to get 200% extra on your first deposit

Charles Oliveira vs Islam Makhachev - Early Betting

Somewhat surprisingly, Islam Makhachev is the sportsbook favorite (1.51) by some margin (Do Bronx is 2.60).

Of course, Makhachev is on a 10-fight win streak, but he is yet to face a top five-ranked fighter. Oliveira, on the other hand, has beaten Gaethje, Poirier, Ferguson, and Chandler in his most recent fights.

These odds seem somewhat disrespectful to Charles, but, if like us, you fancy him to win, they are of tremendous value. This Stake promotion is then the icing on the cake if he gets the finish in the 1st round.