On June 6, all eyes are turning to USD 250 with the UFC going up full steam after a forced break due to the coronovirus pandemic. The battle card is most likely to occur at UFC Pinnacle, Las Vegas or the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville , florida, even if it has been difficult to pin down venues in advance. VyStar was the venue for the UFC activities in May before the promotion resumed, but President Dana White shared the intention to move U.S. problems to Las Vegas after the State Athletic Commission of Nevada offered the lead.
Although the card is still underway, one headline fight has been announced for the event, Amanda Nunes placing her female featherweight champion Felicia Spencer on the line. After winning the championship with the 51-second knock-out from Cris Cyborg in December 2018, Nunes already retains the bantamweight crown, will make the first defenses of her featherweight belt. After that fight, she has made two good title defenses.
Last July, Spencer lost a unanimous decision to Cyborg at UFC 240 to her single career loss. She linked up with the first round stop by Zarah Fairn Dos Santos from the loss in February.
The UFC 250 main case is strongly speculative. The campaign still works to bring together the entire deck less than a month before the event, including a major fight for the pay-per – view headliner. The first title defense of Featherweight Alexander Volkanovski was expected to be held in a rejoinder with Max Holloway in June, but the battle was complicated by the coronavirus pandemic and international travel restrictions.
UFC 250 info
Date: June 6 (expected)
Location: To be determined
Main event: To be determined
How to watch: ESPN+ PPV
UFC 250 fight card
Amanda Nunes (c) vs. Felicia Spencer — Women’s featherweight title
Jussier Formiga vs. Alex Perez — Flyweights
Devin Clark vs. Alonzo Menifield — Light heavyweights
Ian Heinisch vs. Gerald Meerschaert — Middleweights
Charles Byrd vs. Maki Pitolo — Middleweights
UFC 250 Live Stream will be broadcast via the PPV control network on ESPN+ networks. Between Cejudo and Aldo the main card in the fight. The ticket contains other prelim games. An arrangement between ESPN and the UFC is pending and the deal will be extended for a period of seven years.