How to Make a Boxing Betting Pool on Mayweather vs. McGregor

There are many reasons why you might decide to bet on the outcome of a sporting event, but one of the most popular ones is that you feel like there is something more at stake than just winning or losing. For instance, maybe you feel that one of the competing teams represents a national identity, or you feel that one competitor is more virtuous than the other, or perhaps you just feel like you can have some fun betting on a mismatched fight. Whatever your reason might be, you can find betting pools for just about any sport you can think of, but they are especially common in relation to boxing matches. In this article, we will discuss how you can start your own boxing betting pool and how to make the most of it.

Create An Account

Before you start doing anything else, you should sign up for a free account with one of the online bookmakers, like BetOnline or BetDSI. The advantage of having an account is that you can easily place bets, and you can do this from any device that has an internet connection, as long as it’s a computer or mobile phone. While you’re at it, you can also sign up for an account with the casino site you choose, as many bookmakers offer some form of sign-up bonus.

Now that you have an account, it’s time to move to the next step.

Choose Your Fighter

The first thing you need to do is choose your favorite boxer. There are plenty of good boxers to choose from, but if you’re looking for some diversity, then you should consider choosing a fighter from a different country or region. For instance, if you like watching German boxers fight, but you don’t want to bet on them, then you could choose another country or region entirely, like Ireland’s Leo Corrigan or Japan’s Masayoshi Moneta. There are many options to choose from and it’s important to find one that suits your needs. If you don’t want to choose a boxer just yet, then you can follow our lead and choose one of the colorful UFC fighters. Just remember that not all of them will accept outside bookings, so you might have to search for a few days before finding someone willing to battle it out just to satisfy your curiosity. Once you’ve settled on a boxer, then it’s time to move on to the next step.

Choose Your Opponent

The next step is to choose your opponent. You’ll have to decide whether you want to bet on the outcome of a single fight or an entire match, but it’s better to go for the single fight scenario. It’s easier to set up and there is more variety. If you want to bet on the entire match, then it can get a bit more complicated, as there is more opportunity for things to go wrong. For instance, if one of the boxers gets hurt during the match, then it might be best to just walk away rather than finishing it, as it could end up being a losing proposition. When choosing your opponent, it is important to keep in mind the weight class of the two fighters and whether or not they are considered contenders in their respective divisions. It’s also a good idea to look for fighters who are popular with the public, rather than focusing on whether or not you’ll like them as opponents or friends. The more attention that is paid to your opponent, the more attention is likely to be paid to the fight itself, which could lead to more bets being placed, regardless of whether or not you think you’ll win or lose. In the end, it’s all about having fun and making money, so whatever makes it more interesting for you is what you should go for. You might choose to lay down a £10 minimum bet, but don’t be afraid to put down a £20 or even a £50 bet if that’s what it takes to get the adrenaline pumping and keep your friends involved.

Create A Pool Of Friends

If you’re looking for a way to have fun with your friends, then why not take advantage of the fact that you can now keep in contact with them even when they are not physically nearby. It’s easy enough to do, as long as you have a smartphone or similar device with a good internet connection. The most practical thing to do is to set up a WhatsApp group with the hashtag #MayweatherMcGregor and the same goes for any other social media network you might choose to use, such as Facebook or Twitter. Once you have a pool of friends who you think will have fun participating in a betting pool, then it’s time to move on to the next step.

Choose Your Gamble

The final step is to choose your bet. There are plenty of options here, but you should go for the safest option. One decision you might have to make is whether or not to use your own money to fund your bets. If you do decide to use your own money, then it’s important to keep in mind the maximum amount you’re allowed to wager per day and per week. The best option is to use a credit card or debit card that does not charge you hidden fees, as these can add up quickly. Our recommendation is to use either PayPal or Amazon Payments. They are both safe and easy to use, as well as offering some nice perks, like free gift wrapping and discounted prices for monthly billers. Just make sure that you always keep a record of your daily spending and don’t get too accustomed to reusing the credit card. That way, when your daily spending limit is reached, it will hurt a little more than usual when you’re forced to discontinue the activity.

Follow The Rules

Last but not least, it’s important to remember that no matter how tempting it might be to throw caution to the wind and bet what you feel like is an unfair amount, you must always obey the rules. Even though there is no official governing body that sets the rules for betting, several trustworthy sources, like The PFA and the ABA, set certain limits that all participants must adhere to. For example, PFA rules state that you can’t bet more than you’re allowed to per day and per week, while the ABA has betting restrictions, such as a 15% ban on placing bets during matches. If you decide to bet according to your own rules, then it might be easier to get in trouble than to keep track of what you’re doing. As long as you stay within the limits set by the rules, then everything will work out fine. You should also make sure that you report any suspicious activity to the authorities immediately. With all of this in mind, it’s time to put it all into practice and get cracking!

As you can see, creating a betting pool on Mayweather vs. McGregor really is as easy as 1-2-3. Whether or not you choose to use a bookmaker or go the DIY route, setting up a betting pool is something that can be done in a matter of minutes. From there, all you have to do is sit back and let the betting begin!