The women's bantamweight title is at stake on Saturday in the main event of UFC 277 as champion Julianna Pena takes a rematch with former longtime champion Amanda Nunes. The main UFC 277 fight card is set for 10 p.m. ET from American Airlines Center in Dallas. Nunes is a -300 favorite (risk $300 to win $100), while Pena is a +250 underdog (risk $100 to win $250) in the latest UFC 277: Pena vs. Nunes odds at Caesars Sportsbook.
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Gombas is a former NCAA wrestler who taps into his experience on the mat to help understand and dissect the X's and O's of MMA matchups in a manner that sets him apart from other MMA analysts. He started the MMA handicapping service MMA Knockout Bets in 2018 and has shown a profit every year since.
With more than 1,400 selections tracked by the third-party monitoring service Bet MMA, he's shown a 6 percent return on investment for his followers. Over the past two years, his followers have netted a profit of more than $10,000!
Last month at UFC 275, Gombas hit all of his main-card picks, and the 5-0 mark included advising SportsLine members to support Jake Matthews (+125) against Andre Fialho (-145) in a matchup of welterweight prospects. Matthews dominated from the opening bell and scored a second-round stoppage to provide Gombas' backers with another easy winner. Anyone who has consistently followed Gombas is WAY UP!
Now, he has locked in on UFC 277: Pena vs. Nunes 2 from every angle and released his top selections. We can tell you he is backing Magomed Ankalaev (-475) to beat Anthony Smith in a light heavyweight bout on the main card.
He's also backing a fighter who "has great output and cardio" to emerge with a DOMINANT victory! You ABSOLUTELY need to see his picks before locking in any UFC 277 picks of your own.
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