Best bets for UFC 250: Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer

Felicia Spencer needs to scramble vs. Amanda Nunes (0:48)

In this excerpt of Unlocking Victory on ESPN+, Dominick Cruz explains how Felicia Spencer's ability to scramble could potentially open up opportunities vs. Amanda Nunes. (0:48)

The UFC remains in Las Vegas this week at its new Apex training center and will put on its second pay-per-view card of the crowd-less sports era. Headlining is dual-weight class champ Amanda Nunes, widely considered the women's GOAT, now in a role of routine heavy favorite. But there's also a lineup of ranked fighters in much tighter matchups.

In fact, five of the top 15 ranked bantamweights are set to face off in what could shuffle the pecking order in that newly wide-open division. There's also a pair of undefeated fighters in Sean O'Malley and Chase Hooper, who are looking to build some momentum in front of increasingly large audiences.

We'll examine the chalk on Nunes and explore more value elsewhere on the card.

Early prelims are at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN/ESPN+. Prelims commence at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN/ESPN+, and the main card begins at 10 p.m. on PPV.

Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook.

Women's featherweight title fight: Champion Amanda Nunes (-650) vs. Felicia Spencer (+475)