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Sportsbook Rules & Regulations
1. Bets on postponed fights will still be considered valid if the fight takes place within fourteen days of the original start date.
2. For moneyline markets (where no draw option is offered for betting) all bets will be void if the fight result is a draw. If odds for a draw are offered as a third betting option, and the fight ends in a draw, then betting on the draw option will be paid as the winner and bets on the two boxers will be lose.
3. A fight is deemed to have started when the bell is sounded for the beginning of the first round. If one, or both, boxers should fail to start the fight then all bets will be void. If a boxer fails to answer the bell for the start of a round, or is disqualified between rounds, the opponent is deemed to have won in the previous round.
4. All bets will be settled on the official decision given in the ring immediately after the fight. Subsequent changes to the result are not recognized for betting purposes.
5. A knock-out (KO) win also includes a technical knock-out (TKO) or win by disqualification (DSQ). A points decision includes a technical decision (TD) and a draw includes a technical draw.
6. Over/Under betting refers to the number of rounds that take place during the fight, e.g. Under 9.5 means that the fight ends before one minute and thirty seconds of Round 9; while Over 9.5 means that the fight ends after one minute and thirty seconds of Round 9 (including a points decision).
o UFC rules also apply to fights promoted by other mixed martial arts (MMA) organizations.
o Bets on postponed fights will still be considered valid if the fight takes place within fourteen days of the original start date.
o If a fight ends in a draw then all bets will be void.
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