The Ultimate Fight Club hosted another event this weekend, and you know what that means, Drake put up the money, hoping to bank big.
Well, he did… with a serious bet on one of the night’s choice fighters.
This time, the Champagne Papi bet a whopping $240,000 on mixed martial arts fighter Jose Aldo, banking on him besting Merab Dvalishvili at the Saturday, Aug. 20 UFC 278 contest on ESPN+- streamed pay-per-view (PPV) card from inside Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah.
UFC announced the substantial wager on Twitter, revealing this one will increase the wealth of the “What’s Next” chart-topper by half a million.
The best was made through the Stake app.
As reported by AllHipHop.com, the entertainment mogul entered into a partnership with the brand, earlier in 2022. Since locking in, he has been flipping the online sports gambling game crazy.
According to MMA Mania, Drake didn’t bet on the headlining welterweight rematch between reigning champion Kamaru Usman against Leon Edwards, Drake put money on the bantamweight bout.
For good reason, Aldo has been considered by many the greatest featherweight in the sport history.
In addition to feeling good about is betting record, the Toronto native seems unstoppable, he is also flexing after making Billboard history again earlier this week.
A post on is Instagram stated, “Drake becomes the first artist in history to earn 100 Top 20 hits on Billboard Hot 100 and breaks the all-time record for most top 5 hits among all artist in Hot 100 history, surpassing The Beatles (30).
He used that opportunity to point his fans back to Stake, encouraging them to get bitcoin so they can bet too.
Since gambling is illegal in most of the United States, the only way people can participate is in the cryptocurrency world.