Top Pay Per Head for Rockhold vs. Romero, UFC 221

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Feb/10/2018

Many bookies and agents will be seeking out a top Pay Per Head for UFC 221, taking place during the late night hours Saturday February 10 into the early morning hours of Sunday in the Western Hemisphere.  The main event - Luke Rockhold vs. Yoel Romero - will happen shortly after Midnight Saturday. 

The new kid on the block, TopPayPerHead.com is a Pay Per Head business backed by some of the deepest pockets in the world of offshore sports betting. A full service Pay Per Head Solution being offered at just $4 per head or less.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available.

Odds for UFC 221 can be customized with price adjustments and expansive or reduced offerings such as the ability to provide clients with outcome betting and even LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on Mixed Martial Arts and/or boxing matches.

Across the board Rockhold was coming in as a -180 favorite with Romero at +150.  The total rounds featured a number of 2.5.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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