UFC 249 Fight Odds & Props

UFC 250 Odds, Fight Card, Schedule, How To Watch

After recently completing a stretch where the organization put on three fight cards in eight days including one action-packed pay-per-view card, the UFC is back in Las Vegas. Click here for updated UFC 250 odds.

Dual-division champion Amanda Nunes will put her women’s featherweight championship on the line against Felicia Spencer in the headline bout of UFC 250. In the co-headline bout former champion Cody Garbrandt will take on Raphael Assuncao. Now, let’s look at the entire UFC 250 card.

UFC 250 Odds, Fight Card, Schedule, How To Watch

Felicia Spencer +440
Amanda Nunes -580

Nunes, (19-4) who turns 32-years-old on Saturday, holds both, the featherweight and bantamweight titles. She’s won 10 straight fights dating back to 2015. After beating Meisha Tate for the bantamweight title and dispatching the once, legendary Ronda Rousey in her first defense, Nunes has reeled off notable wins over the likes of Cris Cyborg for the featherweight title, Holly Holm and most recently, Germaine de Randamie at UFC 245.

29-year-old Canadian Felicia Spencer (8-1) rebounded from her only career loss against Cyborg at UFC 240 to beat Zarah Fairn Dos Santos via first round TKO (punches and elbows) in February. Spencer won the Invicta FC featherweight title in November 2018, but this will be the biggest fight of her career. 

Raphael Assuncao +115
Cody Garbrandt -135

37-year-old Brazilian Raphael Assuncao (27-7) will be looking to snap a two-fight losing streak that includes a unanimous decision loss against Cory Sandhagen at UFC 241 in August. 28-year-old veteran Cody Garbrandt (11-3) 

won the bantamweight title with a unanimous decision win over Dominick Cruz back in 2016, but since then, he’s lost three straight. After suffering a pair of consecutive TKO losses against T.J. Dillashaw, Garbrandt  suffered his third straight stoppage loss by getting knocked out in the first round (punches) against Pedro Munhoz in March of 2019. 

Cory Sandhagen -110
Aljamain Sterling -110

30-year-old Aljamain Sterling (18-3) has won four consecutive fights including a unanimous decision win over Pedro Munhoz at UFC 238 in June. 28-year-old Cory Sandhagen (12-1) comes into UFC 250 on a red-hot roll, having won seven straight fights including a unanimous decision win over Raphael Assuncao at UFC 241 in August. 

Anthony Rocco Martin +125
Neil Magny -145

30-year-old Anthony Rocco Martin (17-5) rebounded from a loss against veteran Demian Maia last June to beat Ramazan Emeev via unanimous decision in November to improve to 5-1 over his last six fights. 32-year-old Neil Magny (22-7)  has won three of his last four fights including a unanimous decision win over Li Jingliang at UFC 248 in March. 

Eddie Wineland +330
Sean O’Malley -410

35-year-old Eddie Wineland (24-13) comes into UFC 250 off a thrilling second round TKO (punches) win over Grigory Popov in June, but prior to that, Wineland lost two straight and four of his previous six fights overall. 25-year-old fan-favorite Sean O’Malley (11-0) remained unbeaten by pounding Jose Alberto Quinonez senseless en route to a stunning first round TKO (head kick and punches) win at UFC 248 in March. 

Alex Caceres +120
Chase Hopper -140

31-year-old Alex Caceres (15-12) comes into UFC 250 off a unanimous decision win over Steven Peterson last July, but he’s alternated wins and losses over his last six fights while going an uninspiring 5-7 over his last dozen fights. 

20-year-old Chase ‘The Teenage Dream’ Hopper (9-0-1) has won three straight and comes into this affair off a stunning first round TKO (elbows and punches) win over Daniel Teymur at UFC 245 in December. 

Gerald Meerschaert +105
Ian Heinisch -125

32-year-old Gerald Meerschaert (30-12) comes into UFC 250 off a third round submission (rear-naked choke) win over Deron Winn at UFC 248 in March, but prior to that, he lost three of four, though two of those losses were split decision defeats. 31-year-old Ian Heinisch (13-3) will look to snap a two-fight losing streak that includes a unanimous decision loss against Omari Akhmedov at UFC 245 in December. 

Brian Kelleher +205
Cody Stamann -245

33-year-old Brian Kelleher (21-10) has won two straight via stoppage including a second round KO (punches) win over Hunter Azure on May 13. 30-year-old Cody Stamann (18-2) comes into UFC 250 off a majority draw against Song Yadong in December but Song was deducted a point in the first round for an illegal knee. 

Maki Pitolo +150
Charles Byrd -170

29-year-old Maki Pitolo (12-5) had his three-fight winning streak snapped in his unanimous decision loss against Callan Potter at UFC 243 in October. 36-year-old veteran Charles Byrd (10-6) has dropped two straight fights via stoppage losses including a first round TKO (elbows and punches) loss against Edmen Shahbazyan at UFC 235 in March of 2019. 

Jussier Formiga +120
Alex Perez -140

35-year-old Jussier Formiga (23-7) has suffered two straight losses including a unanimous decision defeat against Brandon Moreno on March 14. 28-year-old Alex Perez (23-5) has won two straight and comes into UFC 250 off a stunning first round technical submission (arm-triangle choke) win over Jordan Espinosa in January. 

Devin Clark +185
Alonzo Menifield -225

30-year-old Devin Clark (11-4) comes into UFC 250 off a unanimous decision win over Dequan Townsend in February, but it should be noted that he’s also alternated wins and losses over his last seven fights. 32-year-old Alonzo Menifield (9-0) looks to remain unbeaten after pounding Paul Craig into submission via first round KO (punches) in June to record his eight KO finish in nine career fights.