UFC 277 brings an end to an action-packed July when Julianna Pena defends her women's bantamweight title against Amanda Nunes.
It's a night of rematches at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas with the main event and co-main event both offering up an opportunity for revenge.
Pena beat Nunes to claim the women's bantamweight title at UFC 269 and the pair clash again to headline Sunday's card.
The Venezuelan Vixen can be backed at 9/4 to make it successive victories over 4/11 Nunes, although repeating that feat is easier said than done.
Nunes, who still holds the featherweight title, was riding a 12-fight winning streak prior to her loss to Pena and is #2 in the women's pound-for-pound rankings.
Sunday's co-main event sees 10/21 Brandon Moreno and 7/4 Kai Kara-France meet for the second time with the interim flyweight title on the line.
#1 ranked Moreno beat #2 Kara-France via unanimous decision when they met at UFC 245 and the pair get to run in back on Sunday.
This weekend's bout is for the interim flyweight title with the winner set to face champion Deiveson Figueiredo when he returns from injury.
UFC 277 takes place on Sunday 31st July, 2022.
The prelims are scheduled to get underway at 01:00 with the main card beginning at 03:00, while the main event between Pena and Nunes should take place at around 06:00.
The American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas plays host to UFC 277.
Yes. The early preliminary card will be streamed on UFC Fight Pass with the preliminary card and main card set to be broadcast live on BT Sport 1.
Nunes is priced as the 4/11 favourite in the main event, despite losing to 9/4 underdog Pena when they met last time out.
Moreno is set to go off as the 10/21 favourite in the co-main event with Kara-France, who lost their previous meeting, available at 7/4.
Yes. The women's bantamweight title is up for grabs in the main event with Pena making the first defence of the belt against former champion Nunes.
The interim flyweight title is also on the line in the co-main with Moreno and Kara-France set to square off.
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