UFC 207: Ronda Rousey vs Amanda Nunes in Las Vegas Full Card, Odds, TV Info And Predictions

Ronda Rousey is set to battle at the end of the day in a UFC octagon. The last time we saw her, “Raucous” was thumped out without precedent for her expert profession.

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For hell’s sake, it was just the second time she had a battle go past the first round. In her way stands the third unique lady to hold the bantamweight crown since that misfortune in Amanda Nunes. The “Lioness” is as fierce as the moniker would show – riding a four battle winning streak including the severe stoppage against Miesha Tate to win the belt.

Furthermore, Dominick Cruz will shield his bantamweight belt against superstar prospect Cody Garbrandt.

Notwithstanding the battle card helping up after Cain Velasquez was esteemed “unfit to battle” by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, UFC 207 still balances well at the top. Here’s the manner by which the principle card searches for the surprising Friday, Dec. 30 card with the most recent chances from Bovada.

Be that as it may, circumstances are different. Nunes has enhanced significantly from that point forward, and Rousey’s atmosphere of power has been ruined–in her own brain and in the considerations of others.

Rousey will turn out like a house ablaze, however when Nunes foils her underlying endeavors to secure an early win by means of accommodation, the previous champion will acknowledge for the last time that she’s had it in this game.

In case I’m wrong, Rousey wins and continues her place among the most overwhelming champions in the game.

Be that as it may, I have a solid hunch Nunes will effectively guard her title by means of TKO.

Here’s a gander at the survey data, chances and forecasts for each battle on the card.

When: Friday, December 30 at 7:30 pm ET

Where: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas

TV and Live Stream: UFC Fight Pass Prelim, Fox Sports 1 Prelim and Main Card PPV

Prediction: Ronda Rousey win this match

Updated: December 29, 2016 — 5:57 pm

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