UFC Betting: Pena vs Nunes 2 Odds Preview
Two UFC titles will be up for grabs this weekend when the UFC heads to Dallas for UFC 277: Pena vs Nunes 2.
The main event this weekend is a rematch for the UFC women’s bantamweight title featuring champion Julianna Pena and challenger Amanda Nunes. At Bovada Sportsbook, Nunes is a -275 favorite and Pena comes back as a +225 underdog.
Nunes and Pena met up at UFC 269 in December when Pena defeated Nunes by second-round submission as a +500 underdog to take the title, snapping her opponent’s 12-fight winning streak. Nunes, who was listed as a favorite of as high as -1250, is now 21-5 with 13 wins by knockout and four by submission.
Pena has won her last two fights and her record stands at 11-4 with three wins by KO and five by submission.
Moreno, Kara-France square off for interim title
The other title bout on the main card this weekend is between Brandon Moreno and Kai Kara-France for the interim flyweight title. At Bovada, Moreno is a -220 favorite and Kara-France is a +175 underdog.
Moreno, the former flyweight champ, is 4-1-1 in his last six fights and his overall record stands at 19-6-2 with three wins by KO and 11 by submission. He last fought at UFC 220 in January, losing to Deiveson Figueiredo by unanimous decision as a -200 favorite.
Kara-France has won his last three fights to boost his record to 24-9 and one no contest, with 11 wins by KO and three by submission. He defeated Askar Askarov by unanimous decision as a +290 underdog in his last fight at UFC on ESPN 33 in March.
Pavlovich favored over Lewis in heavyweight tilt
One other notable bout on the main card this weekend is a heavyweight bout featuring Derrick Lewis and Sergei Pavlovich. At Bovada, Pavlovich is a -139 favorite and Lewis a +113 underdog.
Pavlovich has won his last three fights and his overall record is 15-1 with 12 wins by KO. He last fought at UFC Fight Night 204 in March and defeated Shamil Abdurakhimov by first-round TKO as a -400 favorite.
Lewis has lost two of his last three fights to drop his record to 26-9 and one no contest, with 21 wins by KO. He lost to Tai Tuivasa by second-round KO as a -200 favorite at UFC 271 in February.