Fan art for UFC 250 by Tracie Ching

UFC 250 Poster Featuring Main Card with Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer

The UFC 250 main card set for Saturday night will feature five fights in lighter weight divisions that won't disappoint fight fans. The match ups are guaranteed to be fast paced and heavy hitting with three bantamweight matches and the highly anticipated women's featherweight title fight between Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer.

Reigning champ Amanda Nunes will be center stage at the UFC Apex arena once again Saturday night to defend her women's featherweight title against her challenger Felicia Spencer.



This will be Amanda Nunes' first time to defend her featherweight title since taking the belt from former featherweight champion Cris Cyborg in December of 2018. It's important to remember Nunes also currently holds the bantamweight title which she has defended against an amazing six challengers since taking that title from Miesha Tate in 2016.

Co-Main Event: Cody Gardbrandt vs. Rapheal Assuncao

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Also on the main card for Saturday will be the a come back fight for Cody Garbrandt as he faces Rapheal Assuncao in the Co-Main Event. Gardbrandt looking to make a comeback bouncing back from a three fight losing streak in his 11-3 fight record.

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Main Card

Aljamain Sterling vs. Cory Sandhagen

Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin

Sean O'Malley vs. Eddie Wineland

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