Bet UFC 250 Nunes Vs Spencer

Bet UFC 250 Nunes Vs Spencer

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.

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UFC Fight Night Woodley vs Burns

UFC Fight Night Woodley vs Burns

UFC is continuing its rapid pace of live events after coming back from pandemic disruption. Next up is Woodley vs Burns on UFC Fight Night coming up this Saturday live from Las Vegas.

UFC Fight Night Woodley vs Burns

Featherweight: Chris Gutierrez -120 vs. Vince Morales +100

Since 2018, Chris Gutierrez has lost just once. That’s why he’s the slight favorite over 9-4 Vince Morales.

Bantamweight: Louis Smolka +225 vs. Casey Kenney -265

This is a “get back on track” fight for Kenney. Merab Dvalishvili beat him in his last bout. For Smolka, it’s a chance to take down a more hyped fighter.

Flyweight: Tim Elliott -170 vs. Brandon Royval +150

Brandon Royval battles in the Octagon for the first time. Going back to 2017, Elliott has lost 3-of-4.

Light Heavyweight: Jamahal Hill -130 vs. Klidson Abreu +110

Undefeated Jamahal Hill faces his toughest test yet. Klidson Abreu is no joke. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu artist is 15-4. But Hill has a 4-inch height advantage. Will that be the determining factor?

Catchweight (150 pounds): Billy Quarantillo -150 vs. Spike Carlyle +130

Expect Quarantillo-Carlyle to be one of the most competitive fights on the card. Billy has a 13-2 record. Spike’s record is 9-1.

Flyweight: Katlyn Chookagian +140 vs. Antonina Shevchenko -160

The 8-1 Schevchenko can beat you standing up or on the ground. At 13-3 Katlyn Chookagian has more experience. She also heads into this off a title fight loss in February.

Strawweight: Mackenzie Dern -400 vs. Hannah Cifers +325

Dern offers the lowest odds of any fighter on the May 30 card. It makes sense because she’s 7-1 with 4 submission victories. Hannah Cifers gives up 3-inches in height. To pull off the upset, Cifers must keep this bout off the ground.

Lightweight: Brok Weaver +240 vs. Roosevelt Roberts -280

9-1 Roosevelt Roberts has knocked out 3 of his opponents. He’s submitted 4 others. Weaver is the underdog. But Brok hasn’t lost since 2016.

Welterweight: Kevin Holland -215 vs. Daniel Rodriguez +165

Holland’s a big favorite to take down Rodriguez. That’s because he’s got a 7-inch reach advantage. Daniel has a great 11-1 record. He’s knocked out 6 opponents and submitted 4. That gives the dog a shot in this match.

Heavyweight: Blagoy Ivanov +100 vs. Augusto Sakai -120

Based on odds, Ivanov-Sakai could go either way. Blagoy is 18-3. Sakai, 14-1-1, has a 4-inch reach advantage. 11 of Augusto’s 14 wins have come via TKO/KO.

Welterweight: Tyron Woodley +160 vs. Gilbert Burns -185

Burns versus Woodley should be a great fight. Tyron hasn’t fought since last March. Champ Kamara Usman beat Woodley via unanimous decision. Gilbert knocked out Demian Maia this past March at UFC Fight Night: Lee vs Olivera.

What a great bout to end the May 30 UFC Fight Night card!

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UFC 249 Odds & Betting Analysis

UFC 249 Odds & Betting Analysis

UFC is the first sport returning since all major sports were suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The action starts this Saturday, May the 9th with a stacked card that culminates with the headlining bout between Justin Gaethje and Tony Ferguson.

UFC 249 Odds & Betting Analysis

  • Charles Rosa +155
  • Bryce Mitchell -175

Bryce Mitchell has a 12-1 record, which might be why he’s favored. Charles Rosa submitted Manny Bermudez in his last fight. Both these guys are Brazilian Jiu-Jitus artists. Mitchell has won 3 in a row and is 4-of-5.

  • Niko Price +240
  • Vicente Luque -280

Luque heads into this off a unanimous decision loss to kickboxer Stephen Thompson. Before that, Luque had won 6 straight. Vicente has never lost 2 in a row. Although Price won his last fight, Geoff Neal knocked him out in the fight before. Niko is 2-2 in his last 4.

  • Uriah Hall +110
  • Ronaldo Souza -130

After suffering 3 straight losses, Uriah Hall is 3-1 in his last 4. In his last, he beat Antonio Carlos Junior via split-decision. Souza has lost 3-of-4. All 3 losses were via decision, though. Ronaldo knocked out Chris Weidman the last time he won.

  • Michelle Waterson +125
  • Carla Esparza -145

Esparaza is a wrestler while Waterson is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter. Carla has won 2 in a row, both via decision. Waterson heads into this after losing to Jonna Jederzejczyk. Michelle’s got a 2-inch height advantage.

  • Alexey Oleinik +260
  • Fabricio Werdum -320

Oleinik and Werdum know a ton about the Octagon. Oleinik is 58-13-1. Werdum has a 23-8-1 record. Both fight BJJ style. Werdum is taller but Alexey has a 2-inch reach advantage. Oleinik heads into this off a win while Fabricio lost his last bout.

  • Yorgan De Castro +155
  • Greg Hardy -175

Hardy has a 6 ½ inch reach advantage. He’s 5-inches taller than De Castro. Greg lost his last fight via unanimous decision. In his last couple of bouts, Hardy fought to a no-contest against Ben Sosoli and Alexander Volkov beat him via unanimous decision. De Castro is undefeated. He knocked out Justin Tafa in his first official UFC battle.

  • Donald Cerrone +110
  • Anthony Pettis -130

Cerrone has lost 3 in a row. Check out who beat Donald, though, before writing off his chances. Tony Ferguson, Justin Gaethje, and Conor McGregor all handed Cerrone an “L”. Anthony Pettis has 3 losses and a win in his last 4 bouts. One of the losses was against Tony Ferguson. Pettis will attempt to strike his way to a victory while Cerrone will use his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills.

  • Jeremy Stephens +210
  • Calvin Kattar -250

20-4 Calvin Kattar lost his last bout against Zabit Magomedsharipov. But Zabit is one of the best featherweights in the world. Stephens has a 28-17 record and has lost 3-of-4 with the other fight ending up a no contest draw.

  • Jairzinho Rozenstruik +240
  • Francis N’Gannou -280

Both N’Gannou and Rozenstruik are 6’ 4”. A major difference exists in reach. Rozenstruik’s reach is 78” while N’Gannou’s reach is 83”. Francis could use that 5-inch advantage. Both prefer to strike. N’Gannou has won 3 in a row. He beat Cain Velasquez and Junior Dos Santos back-to-back. Rozenstruick is undefeated. In his last couple of bouts, Jairzinho beat Andrei Arlovski and Alistair Overeem back-to-back. On any other card, this might be a co-main event. It’s that exciting of a fight.

  • Dominick Cruz +200
  • Henry Cejudo -240

The reason N’Gannou – Rozentstruik isn’t a co-main event is because Dana White put the Cruz-Cejudo fight on the May 9 card. Champion Cejudo hasn’t lost since 2016 when Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson knocked him out at UFC 197. Dominick Cruz used to put beatings onto opponents. But the Cruz last fought in 2016.

  • Justin Gaethje +150
  • Tony Ferguson -170

Justin Gaethje replaces Khabib Nurmagomedov in the main event at UFC 249. Gaethje has a terrific 21-2 record. He also has no fear. As soon as Dana told Justin he’s fighting Ferguson, Gaethje said he’s going to make life hell for the champion. Ferguson is 26-3 and has won 12 straight since 2013.

Who takes the main event in UFC’s first promotion since the coronavirus pandemic? Make sure to check out UFC 249!

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