UFC betting odds are up for the full fight card for UFC 250 on June 6 which will be headlined by a Women's Featherweight title bout between Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer.
We bring you the UFC odds for every fight at UFC 250 with fighters like Nunes, Cody Garbrant and Aljamain Sterling, the current MMA betting favorites for Saturday's event.
Where will UFC 250 take place?
UFC 250 will be held behind closed doors at the UFC APEX building in southwest Las Vegas. This will be the second consecutive UFC event at the newly-constructed building, after UFC Fight Night 176: Woodley vs. Burns took place on May 30.
Who Is Fighting At UFC 250?
UFC 250 on June 6 will be headlined by a featherweight title fight between Spencer and Nunes, with the "Lioness" Nunes installed as the biggest favorite on the MMA betting board at -800.
With the bantamweight title currently vacant, three fights in the 135-pound weight division will be on the main card. That includes the co-main event between the No. 5-ranked bantamweight Raphael Assunção and the No. 9 bantamweight in Cody Garbrandt, as well as a fight between No. 2 Aljamain Sterling and No. 4 Cory Sandhagen.
UFC 250 odds for June 6
|Women's Featherweight||Amanda Nunes||-800||Felicia Spencer||+530|
|Bantamweight||Cody Garbrandt||-148||Raphael Assunção||+122|
|Bantamweight||Aljamain Sterling||-118||Cory Sandhagen||-104|
|Bantamweight||Sean O'Malley||-480||Eddie Wineland||+350|
|Welterweight||Neil Magny||-138||Anthony Rocco Martin||+114|
|Middleweight||Charles Byrd||-178||Maki Pitolo||+144|
|Flyweight||Alex Perez||-136||Jussier Formiga||+116|
|Middleweight||Ian Heinisch||-138||Gerald Meerschaert||+114|
|Featherweight||Chase Hooper||-198||Alex Cacares||+160|
|Bantamweight||Cody Stamann||-280||Brian Kelleher||+215|
|Light Heavyweight||Alonzo Menifield||-230||Devin Clark||+184|
Odds courtesy of FanDuel
UFC 250 odds for the main event and co-main event
Amanda Nunes vs Felicia Spencer
Nunes (-800) is No. 1 in the UFC women's pound for pound rankings. The Lioness is the reigning champion of the women's bantamweight and featherweight divisions and has won 10 fights in a row dating back to 2015.
Spencer (+530) is the former Invicta FC featherweight champion and is coming off a TKO victory over Zarah Fairn Dos Santos in February. She is 8-1 in her MMA career with her lone loss coming against Cris Cyborg at UFC 240 last July.
If you're leaning towards betting on the big favorite you will likely want to wait closer to the fight for UFC props, such as method of victory, to drop.
Raphael Assunção vs Cody Garbrandt
Garbrandt (-152) was one of UFC's rising stars when he rode an 11-fight win streak en route to defeating Dominick Cruz and claiming the Bantamweight championship in December 2016. Since then he has struggled, losing three straight fights via KO or TKO (twice to TJ Dillashaw and once by Pedro Munhoz). With more than a year off since the Munhoz loss, Garbrandt will look to return to the octagon with a fresh mindset.
Assunção (+130) is coming off a few defeats himself: a decision loss to Cory Sandhagen and a submission loss to Marlon Moraes. The 37-year-old is one of the best bantamweights to have never received a title shot. He has plenty of big wins under his belt, including split-decision victories over Sterling and Moraes in 2017, and a unanimous win over Rob Font in 2018.
Where can I bet on UFC odds?
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