After the thrilling UFC 290 event, the leading MMA organization presents UFC Vegas 77, headlined by an intense women’s bantamweight showdown between Holly Holm and Mayra Bueno Silva. While it may not be the most captivating card, the No Bets Barred team is here to dissect all the action.
Kicking off with a reflection on the grandeur of UFC 290, Conner Burks and Jed Meshew celebrate their successful predictions and the overall enjoyment derived from the event. Moving on to the current affair, they navigate through a lackluster lineup, strategically seeking out hidden value amidst the mediocrity. Engaging topics include whether the outcome of the main event will anoint the new queen of the women’s bantamweight division, especially with the retirement of Amanda Nunes. Additionally, they delve into Jack Della Maddalena’s last-minute switch and the brilliance that emanates from the lightweight division.
Join us for an intriguing discussion on Episode 53 of No Bets Barred.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about UFC Vegas 77
Q: When is UFC Vegas 77 taking place?
A: UFC Vegas 77 has already taken place.
Q: Who were the main fighters in the women’s bantamweight fight?
Q: Is this considered a highly anticipated card?
A: No, UFC Vegas 77 was not considered a highly anticipated card.
Q: Where can I listen to the No Bets Barred podcast?
A: The No Bets Barred podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and other popular podcast platforms.
Q: Is Amanda Nunes still the reigning champion in the women’s bantamweight division?
A: No, Amanda Nunes has retired, leaving the women’s bantamweight division open for a new champion.
Q: What are some of the topics discussed in the No Bets Barred podcast episode?
A: The topics discussed in the No Bets Barred podcast episode include the potential crowning of a new women’s bantamweight champion, Jack Della Maddalena’s last-minute switch, and the lightweight division’s brilliance.