Amanda Nunes Betting
Amanda Nunes is currently a two division champion and the first woman in UFC history to hold two titles, bantamweight and featherweight, simultaneously. The Brazilian known as the Lioness has achieved all of this in only a short period of time and considering how old is Amanda Nunes it is to be expected that the 31-year old will keep her two championship posts for quite some time.
Amanda Nunes v Germaine De Randamie Winner Odds - 15/12/2019
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Amanda Nunes got into mixed martial arts training very early on in her life. She grew up in a small town just outside of Salvador, Bahia in Brazil and led a very simple life in which religion and the beach were a big part of her life, just like any Brazilian.
She started boxing when she was 16, but didn’t settle with that and a year later she took up Brazilian jiu – jitsu, acting upon her sister’s invitation. She combined the two sports for almost three years and it was evident to everyone that she had the skills to succeed in both.
That combination of the two sports slowly turned into a full MMA training. Her rise through the ranks came so quickly and her talent was so apparent that she had a manager before she even started her professional career.
Her first fight as a pro was arranged by her manager only six months after she started her full MMA training and it took place at a show in Salvador in March 2008. That first professional fight is actually one of few occasions in which the talented Brazilian lost a fight as she succumbed to an arm bar 35 seconds into the fight against Ana Maria India.
However, Nunes’ talent and ability were so apparent that it was never in doubt that she will have a successful MMA career. Her next five professional fights all resulted in victories and more importantly they were all achieved via a Technical Knockout. In this period she had two corner stoppages, one of which was only 11 seconds into the fight, while another was an impressive victory over Vanessa Porto in Curitiba.
This made Nunes popular with MMA lovers and a large portion of fans already knew about her. She was aggressive, always hit hard, had power which was rarely seen in the Octagon and most importantly she worked very hard to become even better.
Her Strikeforce debut on 7 January 2011 only reaffirmed these notions as she knocked out Julia Budd in only 14 seconds, leaving the crowd in Nashville, Tennessee begging for more.
Nunes’ Invicta debut was also a winning one as she triumphed over Raquel Pa’aluhi at the Invicta FC 2 event which took place on 28 July 2012 in Kansas City. That match was followed by a decision defeat at the hands of Sarah D’Alelio at Invicta FC 4, but Amanda’s star was already so bright that her UFC debut was imminent.
She made her UFC debut against Sheila Gaff in Rio de Janeiro and won her inaugural UFC fight in the first round via a Technical Knockout. This was a sign for things to come with regards to Amanda and the UFC as she has won every single fight after her debut except for a Cat Zingano defeat which took place on 27 September 2014.
From then on, Amanda has won match after match and is currently on a 9 match winning run which includes victories over illustrious UFC names such as Valentina Shevchenko, Ronda Rousey, Cris Cyborg, Holly Holm, and Miesha Tate.
Her victory over Miesha Tate via a rear-naked choke submission on 9 July 2016 landed Nunes the UFC Bantamweight Championship title which is still in her possession to this day. She defended that title by knocking out Ronda Rousey within only 48 seconds a day before New Year’s Eve on 2016 and did the same with the two next challengers. Both Valentina Shevchenko and Raquel Pennington were defeated at UFC 215 and UFC 224 respectively as Nunes defended her bantamweight title on both of those occasions.
What’s more, by beating Cris Cyborg at UFC 232, Nunes also won the UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship title. In doing so, she became the first woman in UFC history to become a two division champion and became the first woman in UFC history to hold two titles at the same time.
Many people want to know how tall is Amanda Nunes and how much does she weigh as it must be difficult to be able to fight in two weight divisions. Nunes has admitted that fighting on these two fronts is very challenging, but the 1,73m and 64 kg fighter knows that it is absolutely necessary to be in these two divisions as it enables her to face better opponents than the limited pool in each division separately.
Nunes is still in possession of two titles as she most recently fended off a title challenge from Holly Holm on 6 July 2019 and managed to defend her bantamweight title once again. Amanda Nunes next fight will be against Germain de Randamie and it is to be expected that she will defend her bantamweight title for the fifth tome on that occasion.
Amanda Nunes Betting Odds, Markets and Offers
When it comes to Amanda Nunes betting odds, punters should know that betting on Amanda Nunes can be very profitable, but only if she is backed with high enough stakes. This is because Nunes is always the favourite in her fights and bookmakers usually give her lower odds than her competitors. She is far superior to any of her bantamweight challengers and it is to be expected that she will have low odds in all of those bouts. However, backing her with a high enough stake can be very profitable as she hasn’t tasted defeat for five years and that is quite a stat for betting enthusiasts.
Another betting trend which Amanda Nunes backers should bear in mind is the fact that when she wins she usually wins by knockout. Of her 18 wins so far in her professional career, 13 have been via knockout and that is not something which should go unnoticed. Punters can make quite a lot of money by backing Nunes to win her next match against Germain de Randamie in the same vein as the odds for the method of victory market are significantly higher than the odds for the simple fight winner market.