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"At Fight Night Picks we strive to deliver a great experience for hardcore MMA fans, from our fight predictions to our fighter interviews and in-person event coverage. Our channel is all about uniting fight fans across the world."
- Betting Group on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter
- FightNightPicks news website
- Weelky YouTube content
- Pre Fight Event live stream
- Not from a pure betting perspective
- Fight Fan content
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With FightNightPicks, we have found a relatively young Betting Group. It was Craig Allen who set up this group in 2018. The goal is simple, to deliver analysis and opinions on lesser covered combat sports to provide a little more for everyone, with a podcast on YouTube, his own Twitter account, Facebook page, and an extensive website. In MMA’s sport, the tips are relatively limited, and all additional research is more than welcome. We will see if FightNightPicks will make us happy.
As usual, we will review and assess the social media step by step. This time I will start with the youtube channel. YouTube is still unknown to many betting groups. For FightNightPicks, that is a different story. There is a new video upload almost every week of podcasts, which sometimes last more than an hour. There are more than 14,000 subscribers. Mainly MMA news is discussed. Winners are sometimes appointed, but not really from sports betting perspective. By that, I mean that the betting odds are not analyzed. It does value the bet. Still, it is worth it for people who bet on MMA to turn on your notifications. Even if only because of the live analysis just before the fight card starts.
Follow FightNightPicks on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube
The next platform we looked at is Twitter. Although Craig Allen has his account with around 3000 followers, we zoom in on the FightNightPicks account. This account has largely passed the 1000 followers. There are one or two new tweets almost every day. Ranging from MMA news reports to retweets from fighters. Every new youtube (live) stream gets announced with a tweet.
Finally, we take a look at the Facebook page of FightNightPicks. With just over 200 likes and about the same number of followers, the page lags behind Twitter and YouTube. There is also a lot less activity. The new uploads on YouTube get announced here. If you are more of a Facebooker than a Twitterer, you can turn on your notifications here. However, you will find the most important content on YouTube.
We may conclude that the name FightNightPicks tell the story. The Betting Group talks fight night analyzes. Unfortunately for the true betting diehards, that analysis is more that of a dedicated fan than a Tipster. Incidentally, that is not bad because there is no claim that the picks are tips. Craig gives his vision and does so with enthusiasm. It is worth taking his YouTube videos with you if you’re doing your research anyway.