New customer offer: McGregor a knockout 10/1 to beat Diaz
Lee Gormley | March 4, 2016
Conor McGregor 10/1 to triumph
This weekend will see Irish superstar Conor McGregor take to the octagon again for his welterweight showdown with Nate Diaz, and it’s from this UFC 196 main event that potential new Coral customers can benefit to win valuable free bets.
You can take advantage of an incredibly boosted price of 10/1 on McGregor defeating Diaz at UFC 196’s showcase fight. To get involved, simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€5 only, and if the deadly Dubliner prevails as expected, you will receive your winnings paid in free bets to use across our online platforms.
These excellently enhanced odds of 10/1, boosted from the standard 1/3 price, are truly unmissable for a fighter that is on a devastating war path towards UFC history, with Diaz next in his firing line.
If McGregor somehow doesn’t manage to win in the early hours of Sunday morning, then you will receive a £/€5 completely free bet to use online, but such a scenario is hugely unlikely for this hard-hitting champion.
Be swift in signing up too, as this offer will only run from 08:00 UK time on Friday, March 4th until the expected fight start time of 05:00 GMT on Sunday, March 6th. Please note this offer is NOT available to Coral Connect customers.
So what are you waiting for? If you need more reasons why you should back this no-lose Coral offer, then read on and also have a gander at our previous promotional offers..
McGregor predicts another early finish
‘The Notorious’ enters his latest octagon outing fresh after dethroning previously long-standing featherweight champion Jose Aldo in just 13 seconds, the quickest ever finish to a UFC title fight.
McGregor has become renowned for predicting the outcome of his bouts since taking the sport by storm, and the featherweight champion has outlined a first-round knockout for Diaz come this weekend.
When ‘Mystic Mac’ predicts it, it usually occurs, so make sure to back the clinical Irishman to triumph at 10/1 in a contest which he has jumped up to welterweight for, after initial lightweight opponent Rafael dos Anjos withdrew after an injury.