Caesars Massachusetts Promo Code: UFC 288 Sterling Vs. Cejudo Offer
Henry Cejudo’s much-anticipated return takes place at UFC 288 with a bantamweight title match against Aljamain Sterling. Bettors on Caesars Sportsbook can take advantage of a Caesars Massachusetts UFC bonus code that can put up to $1,250 in bonus bets in their accounts if they lose their first bet.
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UFC 288 Sign-Up Bonus With Caesars Massachusetts Promo Code
Caesars’ flagship sign-up promo gives users the chance to get up to $1,250 in bonus bets. To take advantage of this offer, sign up for a new account via the banner above and use the Caesars Massachusetts promo code LEGALFULL for a UFC bonus. Then, make your first deposit of at least $10.
Now, Caesars will give you insurance on your first real-money wager up to $1,250. If it loses, Caesars will match the amount of the loss and refund your account with a one-time use bonus bet. The customer can then wager that amount and keep any winnings that come from the bonus bet, although not the stake itself. For example, if a customer wagers a $200 bonus bet at +200 odds, it would return $400 total, rather than $600 — the $400 in winnings plus the $200 stake.
Bonus bets expire after 14 days so don’t dawdle too long before using them.
Keep in mind that in addition to the bonus bet, Caesars will also award 1,000 in Caesars rewards credits and 1,000 in tier credits to new customers.
UFC 288 Main Event Details
If you’re going to use the Caesars Massachusetts UFC bonus code and bet the UFC 288 Main Event between Sterling and Cejudo, you’ll want to be well-prepared.
Cejudo, an Olympic wrestling gold medalist, was one of the most celebrated athletes ever to make the transition to MMA. He made good on his immense talent by winning the UFC title in 2018 in a narrow decision over former nemesis Demetrious Johnson. He then defended the belt three times, all with finishes. Then, he walked away in 2020 at the ripe old age of 33.
As for Sterling, he seeks to match Cejudo with a third defense. His career has unfolded in strange fashion of late. The last three wins have come by DQ, very close split decision, and after an injury to his opponent on the very first takedown of the match.
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How Will Cejudo Look After Layoff?
Much of Sterling’s recent success has come on the back of his grappling. Indeed, he has eight submission wins and another against Petr Yan where his back control carried him to the decision victory.
That means Cejudo represents a very interesting and difficult challenge. Dominating an Olympic champion will be quite a tall task. On paper, Cejudo would appear to have what it takes skill-wise to overcome Sterling.
However, taking on a high-level opponent after three years off — and now at age 36 — means it’s anyone’s guess how he looks. Truly great athletes can sometimes overcome these situations, as we recently saw with Jon Jones. He rolled to an easy win in his long-awaited return.
Cejudo will look to do the same and add to a spectacular career.