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Julianna
Pena
will put the undisputed
Ultimate Fighting Championship
women’s bantamweight title on
the line when she rematches Amanda
Nunes
in the main event. Meanwhile, Brandon
Moreno
and Kai Kara
France
tangle over the interim flyweight championship in the
five-round co-headliner at 125 pounds, with a potential unification
bout against Deiveson
Figueiredo
awaiting the winner.

A closer look at some of the UFC
277 “Pena vs. Nunes 2”
particulars:

Date, Time, Location for UFC 277

UFC 277 goes down on Saturday, July 30 at the American Airlines
Center in Dallas. The main card kicks off at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.
The prelims start at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.

UFC 277 ‘Pena vs. Nunes 2’ Tickets

Those in the Dallas area on July 30 can purchase
tickets through Ticketmaster
to see UFC 277 “Pena vs. Nunes 2”
in person. The site offers seating options in a variety of price
ranges, from $106 to $3,500.

How to Watch UFC 277 Online

Anyone wishing to live stream UFC 277 “Pena vs. Nunes 2” online
will need to buy
an ESPN+ membership
and purchase the pay-per-view for $74.99.
The ESPN-owned streaming service has exclusive rights to UFC live
streams, making ESPN+ the only way to view UFC 277 online or on
television in the United States. The early prelims can be viewed on
UFC Fight Pass at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, with the featured prelims
set for 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC and ESPN+. Meanwhile,
BT Sport is the lone broadcaster showing UFC 277 “Pena vs. Nunes 2”
live in the United Kingdom
. Coverage begins at 1 a.m. BST.
Finally, Foxtel TV
customers in Australia can stream UFC 277 online by using the
Foxtel Go app and may also sign up for Kayo to watch ESPN
online
.

UFC 277 Card, Odds

BetUS.com lists Nunes as a -280 favorite for the headliner, with
Pena as a +210 underdog. In the co-main event, Moreno is favored at
-220, with France coming back at +175.

Pena, 32, has rattled off back-to-back victories. The Sikjitsu
product has not fought since she dethroned Nunes and scored one of
the biggest upsets in mixed martial arts history with a rear-naked
choke submission in the second round of their UFC 269 co-feature on
Dec. 11. Pena, who won Season 18 of “The Ultimate Fighter” in 2013,
carries a 7-2 record in the UFC.

The 34-year-old Nunes finds herself on the rebound for the first
time since 2014, the loss to Pena having halted her 12-fight
winning streak. Even so, her legacy remains secure. The Brazilian’s
remarkable resume includes victories over Holly Holm,
Miesha
Tate
, Ronda
Rousey
, Cristiane
Justino
, Germaine
de Randamie
and Julia Budd.
Nunes has compiled a 14-2 mark across her 16 appearances inside the
Octagon.

The remainder of the main draw features a heavyweight tilt pitting
Sergei
Pavlovich
(-140) against Derrick
Lewis
(+110), a flyweight confrontation slotting Alexandre
Pantoja
(-190) opposite Alex Perez
(+155) and a light heavyweight scrap matching Magomed
Ankalaev
(-600) with Anthony
Smith
(+400). Welterweights anchor the eight-fight undercard,
as Matthew
Semelsberger
(-160) toes the line against Alex Morono
(+130) at 170 pounds.


More Coverage »



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Preview: The Prelims


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Rivalries: Brandon Moreno


5 Defining Moments: Alex Perez


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The Bottom Line: Loose Ends


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