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UFC: Cyborg vs Nunes Betting OddsPCMAX

2019年09月03日 category : 未分類 

The first female champion vs champion fight has been reserved. Amanda”The Lioness” Nunes is currently making the move up from the bantamweight division to shoot on Cristiane”Cyborg” Justino in the featherweight division at UFC 232 on December 29 in California. Oddsmakers have Cyborg opening as a -250 favorite using The Lioness coming back at +195 with this superfight from the women’s divisions.
The -260 line for Cyborg might jump in you as a bargain, as in her past five fights in the Octagon she has been an average -1619 favorite. What I find interesting about the current odds is that Cyborg entered the struggle against Holly Holm as a -275 favored and I think Nunes has a much greater chance to steal the featherweight belt from Cyborg than Holm actually did. Both have been verbally jousting for months and the talk ends when the two battle later this season.
Nunes at Featherweight
Although Cyborg will be the larger woman from the Octagon when the two meet, Nunes had success at featherweight in her past. She cried in the featherweight division to start her career in which she posted a record of 6-1. All six successes for The Lioness in the 145-pound branch came by knockout, including wins over Ediane Gomes and Julia Budd.
Nunes has had her difficulties cutting the weight at 135 pounds and has seemed to be the larger woman in all of her fights at bantamweight. The Brazilian is riding a seven-fight winning series and has defended her belt four times, finishing her opponent three of those times, including a fifth-round TKO over Raquel Pennington at UFC 224.
How will Cyborg vs NUNES perform?
This is certain to be a standup war between the two Brazilians with 17 of Cyborg’s 20 victories coming by way of T/KO and 11 of Nunes’ 16 wins coming the identical manner. Together with two fighters coming to battle with fictitious knockout power, it’s tough to provide the edge one way or the other. Cyborg is going to use her size and strength to try to corner Nunes and search for the finish. The Curitiba native is methodical and aggressive, landing 7.02 strikes per minute while defending 70 percent of attacks against. Cyborg hasn’t suffered a loss since her first pro fight in 2005 when she had been halted by a kneebar. She has won five consecutive UFC struggles including defending her belt double.
Nunes’ road to success over Cyborg may come on the mat. The Lioness averages 1.82 takedowns per 15 minutes and it is in her very best interest to stay away from Cyborg’s power from the standup game. Two of Nunes’ four losses have come by way of TKO/KO, most recently being halted by Cat Zingano at UFC 178. The Bahia native may look to her leg kicks to slow Cyborg down and fasten the takedown where she can work her impressive ground and pound to become the first girl two-division winner.

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