The UFC has been rolling along for the past few weeks after stellar event after stellar event. Now at UFC 250 we get to see the Lioness Amanda Nunes put her Women’s Featherweight title on the line against submission specialist Felicia Spencer
Betting Analysis UFC 250 Nunes Vs Spencer
Light Heavyweight: Alonzo Menifield -225 vs. Devin Clark +185
Menifield is 9-0. He’s got an inch reach advantage over Clark. After a loss to Ryan Spann in October, Clark bounced back with a unanimous decision win over Dequan Townsend in February. Alonzo hasn’t fought in over a year.
Flyweight: Jussier Formiga +120 vs. Alex Perez -140
Both have excellent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills. Formiga has lost his last couple of bouts, including a loss against Brandon Moreno on May 14. Perez has won 4-of-5. He last fought in January.
Featherweight: Cody Stamann -245 vs. Brian Kelleher +205
The favorite, Stamann, gives up a couple of inches in reach. Cody has 3 wins, a loss, and a draw in his last 5 bouts. The draw happened in his last fight in December. Kelleher has won 2 in a row.
Featherweight: Alex Caceres +120 vs. Chase Hooper -140
Hooper is on a 3-fight winning streak. In his last fight, he knocked out Daniel Teymur at UFC 245. Caceres hasn’t fought since July 2019. He beat Steven Peterson via unanimous decision in that bout.
Middleweight: Charles Byrd -175 vs. Maki Pitolo +150
Pitolo enters this bout with a 2-inch reach advantage. Callan Potter beat Maki via unanimous decision last October in Pitolo’s last fight. Byrd has lost his last couple of bouts via knockout. Charles hasn’t fought since March 2019.
Middleweight: Ian Heinisch -125 vs. Gerald Meerschaert +105
13-3 Heinisch gives up 5 ½ inches in reach to 30-12 Gerald Meerschaert. Heinisch is on a 2-fight losing streak. Meerschaert submitted Deron Winn at UFC 248 in March.
Bantamweight: Eddie Wineland +330 vs. Sean O’Malley -410
O’Malley is 11-0. In this fight, Sean has a 3-inch reach advantage and a 4-inch height advantage. Wineland has a 24-13-1 record.
Welterweight: Neil Magny -145 vs. Anthony Rocco Martin +125
22-8 Neil Magny has won 3-of-4. On March 7, he beat Li Jingliang via unanimous decision at UFC 248. Anthony Rocco Martin is 4-1 in his last 5.
Bantamweight: Aljamain Sterling -110 vs. Cory Sandhagen -110
Want to know why these fighters offer the same odds? Sterling has an 18-3 record. Sandhagen’s record is 12-1. Cory has a 4-inch height advantage. But Aljamain has a 1-inch reach advantage. Sanhagen is a striker. Sterling is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu artist. This should be good!
Bantamweight: Rafael Assuncao +115 vs. Cody Garbrandt -135
Garbrandt is 11-3. All 3 losses have happened in his last 3 bouts. 2-of-3 losses were to TJ Dillashaw in title fights. Assuncao has lost his last couple, including a fight to Cory Sandhagen via unanimous decision last August.
Women’s Featherweight: Amanda Nunes -580 vs. Felicia Spencer +440
Felicia gives up 2-inches in height and an inch in reach. Nunes is 19-4. Her last loss happened back in 2014. Spencer won her last fight. She knocked out Zarah Fairn on the UFC Fight Night: Benevidez vs. Figueiredo undercard.