247 got me thinking I could have been a little better prepared. Hindsight is 2020 I know but I'm just curious at the tools/resources everyone uses to cap fights. I try to be pretty tape heavy watching 2-3 fighter per fighter I bet on. Here are some of my go tos. ●Fight pass-Pretty obvious seems like everyone has a subscription ●https://www.mma-core.com/ Great site with tons of free fights, if FP doesn't have it mma core usually does ●www.youtube.com Another obvious one but you'd be surprised what you can find. Alot of smaller promotions fights, prediction podcasts, and personally I like the MMA World channel for some of the media stuff. ●https://mobile.twitter.com/arielhelwani?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author Ariel Helwani's twitter personally he annoys me but he does keep his finger on the MMA Pulse ●www.instagram.com Surprised to see so many fighters posting their training/routines but I'm not complaining ●www.reddit.com both the UFC and MMA subreddits have info on fight cancelations and fighter highlight clips. https://www.tapology.com/ Great for getting info on older fights/venues/weight class and measurements too. ●https://www.bestfightodds.com/ Good for tracking line movement ●http://www.donbest.com/calculator/parlay-calculator/ Parlay calculator for anyone into that kinda thing ●https://www.aceodds.com/bet-calculator/odds-converter.html Implied probability calculator Probably editing in more resources if any come to mind. Doubt it's anything new for the experienced guys but thought I'd share. Any insight is welcome. Personally interested in learning more about the various athletic commission's and their criteria myself.