UFC 207 Ronda Rousey vs. Amanda Nunes – Full Card, TV Info And Predictions

I believe something broke inside of her in the last fight, and that she lacks the hunger to turn back a motivated and determined champion like Amanda Nunes.

Were this the Rousey of 2015, I’d pick her to win by first-round submission.

However, times have changed. Nunes has improved considerably since then, and Rousey’s aura of invincibility has been ruined–in her own mind and in the thoughts of others.

Rousey will come out like a house on fire, but when Nunes thwarts her initial attempts to secure an early win via submission, the former champion will realize once and for all that she’s had it in this sport.

If I’m wrong, Rousey wins and resumes her place among the most dominant champions in the sport.

But I have a strong hunch Nunes will successfully defend her title via TKO.

Here’s a look at the viewing information, odds and predictions for every fight 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


Matchups Weight Class Odds Prediction
Alex Oliveira vs. Tim Means Welterweight -Both 115 Means by Submission
Brandon Thatch vs. Niko Price Welterweight -210 Thatch Thatch by TKO
Mike Pyle vs. Alex Garcia Welterweight -165 Garcia Pyle by submission
Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Marvin Vettori Middleweight -130 Carlos Junior Carlos Junior by decision
Johny Hendricks vs. Neil Magny Welterweight -125 Magny Magny by decision
Louis Smolka vs. Ray Borg Flyweight -130 Borg Smolka by decision
Dong Hyun Kim vs. Tarec Saffiedine Welterweight -140 Kim Saffiedine by decision
TJ Dillashaw vs. John Lineker Men’s Bantamweight -240 Dillashaw Dillashaw by decision
(c) Dominick Cruz vs. Cody Garbrandt Men’s Bantamweight -210 Cruz Cruz by decision
(c) Amanda Nunes vs. Ronda Rousey Women’s Bantamweight -140 Rousey Nunes by TKO

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