UFC 277 Odds, Main Event Best Bets for Amanda Nunes vs. Julianna Pena 2

Dec 11, 2021; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Julianna Pena moves in with a hit against Amanda Nunes during
Dec 11, 2021; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Julianna Pena moves in with a hit against Amanda Nunes during / Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

The UFC heads to the Lone Star State for their latest pay-per-view card.

UFC 277 is on Saturday, July 30th with the rematch of the epic Bantamweight Championship fight from December that saw arguably the most decorated women's fighter in the history of the sport, drop her belt to Julianna Pena by second round submission. Now, the former champ looks for revenge in the main event.

In the co-main, Brandon Moreno and Kai Kara-France meet for the Interim Flyweight Championship.

What are the odds for all 13 fights? Who is leaving with a championship belt around their waist? Here is the full list of fight and odds as well as the title fight preview:

Odds courtesy of WynnBET Sportsbook

UFC 277 Odds

  • Orion Cosce (-180) vs. Mike Mathetha (+150)
  • Nicolae Negumereanu (+105) vs. Ihor Potieria (-125)
  • Joselyne Edwards (-135) vs. Ji Yeon Kim (+115)
  • Michael Morales (-635) vs. Adam Fugitt (+445)
  • Drakkar Klose (-215) vs. Rafa Garcia (+175)
  • Don'Tale Mayes (-170) vs. Hamdy Abdelwahab (+140)
  • Drew Dober(-205) vs. Rafael Alves (+170)
  • Alex Morono (+120) vs. Matthew Semelsberger (-145)
  • Magomed Ankalaev (-545) vs. Anthony Smith (+395)
  • Alexandre Pantoja (-180) vs. Alex Perez (+150)
  • Derrick Lewis (+100) vs. Sergei Pavlovich (-120)
  • Brandon Moreno (-215) vs. Kai Kara-France (+175)
  • Julianna Peña (+230) vs. Amanda Nunes (-290)

Julianna Peña vs. Amanda Nunes Prediction and Pick

Peña cashed as a +700 underdog in December, handing Nunes her first loss since 2014 via second round submission. Peña was able to weather Nunes' early offense and force a grapple heavy approach, eventually landing a takedown and finishing it on the ground.

Now we enter this fight, and based on the first viewing I don't believe we can line Peña north of +150. Sure, Nunes' physicality is far superior to that of the 'Venezuelan Vixen' but she doesn't have the cardio to hold up after the first five minutes.

Nunes landed 46% of her significant strikes in the first bout while Pena threw 36 more strikes and landed 58% of them.

Many will be flocking to the Nunes side based on her track record and the drop in price, but I'm not sure there hasn't been enough of a reaction to how she lost that last fight as Peña fought on her terms and dragged it past the point where Nunes is as effective and dangerous.

Let's back another upset.

PICK: Peña ML (+230)

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