More mixed martial arts action is coming our way this June, as the UFC is set to unwrap another great collection of fights this coming weekend in Las Vegas. The main draw is the women’s featherweight fight between Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer. Can Nunes add another win to her legendary career? Or will Spencer pull of a shocker? Read a brief preview of that fight and more below, but first, click the link below to register and make your UFC 250 picks.
Betting Preview for UFC 250 featuring Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer and the Other Big Cards on June 6 2020
Where: UFC APEX, Las Vegas
When: Saturday, June 6, 2020
TV Broadcast: UFC Fight Pass
Betting Line: View UFC 250 odds
Nunes will put her title on the line again this coming Saturday, this time against Spencer. Nunes has been a champ since 2016 when she submitted Miesha Tate. After that, Nunes ripped off six successful title defense fights, the last one ended in a unanimous decision over Germaine de Randamie. Nunes’ power has been devastating. She is 19-4-0 with 13 knockout wins. Spencer is a former champion herself, albeit in the Invicta FC. Since making the jump into the UFC, Spencer has won two of three fights, including her showdown against Zarah Fairn last March in which she got away with a knockout victory.
Nunes wins via TKO.
Although he’s dropped his last two fights, Assuncao is still a top-10 challenger in the bantamweight division, but he can’t afford to lose three in a row if he dreams of earning a shot at a title fight in the near future. Assuncao is 27-7-0 with a 10-2 submission record. Garbrandt (11-3-0) is a former champion but failed to defend his belt when he followed up his win over Dominick Cruz in 2016 with a loss to TJ Dillashaw in 2017. Garbrandt is 0-3 in his last three fights, so like Assuncao, there is a great sense of urgency for the man they call “No Love.”
Garbrandt wins via knockout.
This should be an exciting and close fight between two top contenders in the bantamweight division. Sterling (18-3-0) is no. 2 in the division, while Sandhagen is no. 4. Sterling has gone 4-0 since 2018. Sandhagen (12-1-0), on the other hand, is undefeated in seven fights since 2017. He is also 5-0 in the UFC.
Sandhagen wins via split decision.
Magny just fought last March, wherein he defeated Li Jingliang via unanimous decision for his first win (and fight) in almost two years. Magny is 22-8-0. He’s won three of his last four fights. Look for Magny to use his huge length advantage of 6.5 inches against Martin, who should be fresher entering this fight. Martin, who last fought in November of last year, winning via unanimous decision, over Ramazan Emeev, is 17-5-0, with a bulk of his wins coming via submissions (nine submission wins).
Magny wins via split decision.
Wineland is looking to add to his momentum after ending a two-fight skid with a knockout win over Grigorii Popov way back in UFC 238. Wineland is 24-13-1 in his MMA career with 14 knockout wins and five submission victories. The 35-year-old Wineland is a veteran n the UFC and has been in a title fight before once, losing to Renan Barao via TKO in 2013. Since then, he’s gone 6-4-0 in 10 fights. O’Malley is 10 years the junior of Wineland and enters the fight with a 3-inch reach advantage. He is 11-0-0 with seven KO wins and a submission victory. This will be his third fight in the UFC.
O’Malley wins via TKO.
1,103 total views, 2 views today