The UFC boys and girls are back in action, including the headline Amanda Nunes – Felicia Spencer fight, this weekend with a whole host of thrilling fights to choose from and we will give you a few of our chosen bouts to pick from.
The fights, bar one, are happening on Sunday, with the Evan Dunham v Herbert Burns contest on Saturday evening at 11.30pm. With our preview ahead, you can get a list of all the UFC odds here.
The main event from UFC 250 will be Nunes v Spencer which will also take a look at and give you our betting pearls of wisdom!
Evan Dunham v Herbert Burns
Dunham has been in and out of retirement for a while and his first fight back is a very tough one against Burns. Dunham’s record is a mixed bag and he was due to face Michael Johnson is April before the event was scrapped.
The 38-year-old is a more than capable performer on his day but could be vulnerable to “The Blaze” who comes into this one on the back of four straight victories, including a very impressive win over Nate Landwehr in January.
Back Burns to win this one in round two. What a way to start an epic night of UFC!
Ian Heinisch v Gerald Meerschaert
Heinisch is a cool customer and the 31-year-old has won 13 of his 18 fights. However, he comes into this tough contest with two successive losses under his belt and Meerschaert could capitalise.
The more experienced 32-year-old has seen it all in UFC and he could beat his American counterpart by going the distance.
Sean O’Malley v Eddie Wineland
Sit back and enjoy watching the undefeated O’Malley take on Wineland. The 25-year-old is one of the hottest properties in UFC and full justifies his price of 4/21.
He has won all 11 of his fights and was particularly impressive last time out against Jose Alberto Quinonez. A repeat of that performance against Wineland will chalk off another victory for the talented American.
Go for O’Malley to finish this one really early.
Aljamain Sterling v Cory Sandhagen
This promises to be an absolute cracker with Sterling and Sandhagen two of the very best UFC has to offer. Sterling has won 18 of his 21 fights whilst his opponent has won 12 of this 13.
Back the 28-year-old to beat off the advances of Sterling.
Amanda Nunes v Felicia Spencer
The bout everyone has been talking about and the main event of UFC 250. Nunes is a world-class bantamweight and is the champion, which means Spencer has her work cut out to dethrone the Brazilian.
Nunes has won her last 10 fights and is in the form of her life. Her Canadian opponent is certainly an up-and-coming fighter but this will probably come too soon in her fledgling career.
Back the Brazilian to retain her title.