UFC 250 took place Saturday, June 6, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card was headlined by an women’s featherweight bout between champion Amanda Nunes and challenger Felicia Spencer.
Favorites that Won
In the main event, Amanda Nunes cruised to a one-sided five round decision over Felicia Spencer to retain her featherweight title. Nunes was the favorite at -520 while Spencer was +410
Cody Garbrandt controlled the striking exchanges against Raphael Assuncao, then knocked the Brazilian out cold in the final second of the second round to end his three-fight losing streak. Garbrandt was a -155 favorite while Assuncao was +135
Aljamain Sterling scored an early takedown, advanced to Cory Sandhagen’s back and choked him out early in the first round to win what many thought was a title eliminator. Sterlingodriguez was -115 while Sandhagen was -105
It wasn’t the most entertaining scrap, but Neil Magny outlander Tony Martin and clearly won the third round to win a decision. Magny closed -138 while Martin closed +118
Sean O’Malley continues to drop jaws as he scored a fantastic walkoff knockout against former WEC champion Eddie Winelamd. O’Malley closed -520 with the return on Winelamd +410
Ian Heinisch clipped Gerald Meerschaert on the feet, hurting him badly and he followed up with a bevy of ground strikes to earn a TKO. Heinisch was a -142 favorite while Meerschaert was +122
In a featherweight scrap, Cody Stamann outworked Brian Kelleher over the course of three rounds to take a unanimous decision. Stamann came through as a -210 favorite while Kelleher was a +180 underdog.
Alex Perez chewed up Jussier Formiga’s legs, eventually scoring a second round leg kick TKO victory. Perez was -135. Forkiga was +115
Herbert Burns quickly got the fight to the canvas against Evan Dunham and he latched onto a Chile to force a two early in the first round. Burns was a -250 favorite. Dunham was +215
Underdogs that Won
In the main event of the prelims, Alex Caceres kept the fight standing and put on a striking clinic against an overmatched Chase Hooper en route to winning a one-sided decision. Caceres closed +185. Hooper closed -215
Mark Pitolo swarmed Charles Byrd with combinations and didn’t let up even as the fight hit the ground to earn a TKO victory. Pitolo closed +140 while Byrd was -160
Devin Clark showcased his well-rounded skillset en route to a unanimous decision victory over Alonzo Menifield. Clark closed +200 while Menifield closed -235