UFC277 Nunes vs. Pena live results, odds, predictions and start time: Full card and updates

A pair of titles are at stake on Saturday night in Dallas when UFC 277 hits the American Airlines Center. UFC is back in Texas with a loaded fight card set and a pair of rematches atop the marquee.

Women’s bantamweight champion Julianna Pena will look to make it two wins over the consensus G.O.A.T. of women’s MMA when she battles Amanda Nunes for a second straight time. Pena shocked the world with a second-round submission of Nunes in December to claim the 135-pound title.

Plus, interim flyweight gold is on the line when former champ Brandon Moreno battles Kai Kara-France in the co-main event. Moreno previously beat Kara-France by unanimous decision in 2019 before taking on current titleholder Deiveson Figueiredo three straight times.

A large reason for the desire for the bout is because of the breakout star that is “The Assassin Baby.” After becoming the UFC’s first Mexican born champion in 2021, Moreno became one of the promotion’s most popular fighters. While his affability has played a part, it was his run in 2019 where he went nearly three years without a loss that cemented his standing. Moreno recorded wins over the likes of Figueiredo, Brandon Royval, and Jussier Formiga and others in that span to complete one of the most impressive career comeback’s ever seen after being cut from the UFC only to return and claim gold.

How to watch UFC 277 prelims
Date: July 30 | Location: American Airlines Center — Dallas
Time: 8 p.m. ET (6 p.m. for early prelims)
Channel: ABC | Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

How to watch UFC 277 main card
Date: July 30 | Location: American Airlines Center — Dallas
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Stream: ESPN+ PPV | Price: $74.99

UFC 277 main card, odds
Amanda Nunes -280 Julianna Pena (c) +230 Women’s bantamweight title
Brandon Moreno -210 Kai Kara-France +175 Interim flyweight title
Sergei Pavlovich -155 Derrick Lewis +130 Heavyweights
Alexandre Pantoja -190 Alex Perez +160 Flyweights
Magomed Ankalaev -625 Anthony Smith +450 Light heavyweights
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A low kick from Blood Diamond started round two. Thirty seconds into the round, Blood Diamond landed a punch that caused Cosce to clinch. Cosce put Blood Diamond against the fence. After about 20 seconds, they reversed each other. Two minutes into the second, and Cosce landed an elbow from the clinch. Blood Diamond eventually broke away and landed a body kick. Both men looked pretty tired with two minutes left. Blood Diamond landed an elbow and a front kick that hurt Cosce. On the break, Diamond landed a spinning back fist that hurt Cosce as “Galaxy” landed a back fist in return. Cosce was wobbled, but Diamond got clinched. Blood Diamond landed a knee that hurt Cosce as well, and began to light up his opponent. Cosce survived by clinching with Diamond.

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