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The co-main event is a number one contender fight as Charles Oliveira looks to get back into the title hunt against Beneil Dariush. Oliveira’s title reign was short lived after a missed weigh in cut forced him to drop the title, followed up with a loss to Islam Makhachev. Motivated and looking for revenge, this fight should be a thriller from start to finish.
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UFC 289 Amanda Nunes Vs. Irene Aldana Best Bet
UFC 289’s main event presents a great opportunity to use your Caesars new-user first-bet as Amanda Nunes is in a prime position to make quick work of the feisty Irene Aldana. As mentioned earlier, Aldana took this fight on short notice after the rubber match with Julianna Pena fell through as Pena suffered an injury while training.
While Aldana is a respectable fighter, she is potentially in over her head by taking this fight on short notice as Nunes has both a grappling and striking advantage over the contender. Nunes has built her success on overpowering her opponents with lethal and precise significant strikes, weakening their defense before clinching into a take down opportunity.
Aldana does possess an elite takedown defense, potentially giving Nunes fits early on as she stuffs them at a 81% rate. The issue is that those takedown opportunities have not sniffed the same power that Nunes presents, especially after her powerful striking. To avoid getting stuffed, Nunes will most likely take this to the clinch and drag her down to the ground where she can control her on the mat.
Once on the mat, it’s about as good as done as Nunes can impose her will on Aldana with elite ground control. A better wrestler with elite ground and pound precision, Nunes can continue her onslaught with constant jabs to Irene’s exposed defenses. A TKO finish off of her striking is more feasible, yet a submission opportunity lingers as well when Irene scrambles to defend herself. This potentially exposes a limb for Nunes to latch on to, giving the champ a submission opportunity.
While Nune’s moneyline is a little too juiced up, you can cut those odds by taking Nunes to finish inside the distance. That means if Nunes wins by ko/tko/submission, you win your wager. Fair warning, this also means you can lose your wager if Nunes wins by decision. With retirement rumors swirling that Nunes may call it quits after this fight, look for her to go out with one last impressive performance as the all-time greatest female UFC champion.