MMA or boxing matches called no contest are handled like a draw in which the betting line does not include 'draw' as a wagering option. In simpler terms, you'll generally get your money back if the fight you bet on is called no contest. Online sportsbooks tend to treat these results as a push.
What is a no decision in UFC?
- A no contest occurs when the fight must be ended for a reason deemed out of the control of both fighters. - A no decision occurs if both boxers are still standing at the bout's conclusion and there was no knockout; that is, it ends in a tie or a draw, as no winner is selected on points.
Is a no contest a loss?
Each fighter receives a NC counted in their record and is scored as neither a win nor a loss. Blows from intentional illegal strikes that force a fighter to be unable to continue are generally not declared a no contest, but as a win and a loss by disqualification for the appropriate fighters.
Do you get your money back on a no contest?
Both Boxing and MMA fights that are called no contest are settled as a draw. However, there is no option when betting to bet on a draw. In general, you will be given your money back if the fight is declared a no contest. Online betting companies usually treat these results as a push.
What does no decision mean in boxing?
Although uncommon these days, a "no decision" bout (ND) occurred when--by law or by pre-arrangement of the fighters--if both boxers were still standing at the bout's conclusion and there was no knockout, no decision was rendered and neither boxer was declared the winner.
How does draw no bet work in a multi?
Draw no bet means you wager on one team to win a match, but your stake is refunded if it ends in a draw. This market works as insurance in case your bet does not come in. However, if you back one team and they lose the match, then you lose your stake.