UFC is back for another event on June 6th, which will be its second PPV since returning to business during the Covid-19 pandemic. UFC 250 gets underway this Saturday at 6 p.m. ET, with the early preliminary card getting started just after 6 p.m. on ESPN. The main card will air on ESPN+ as a PPV, and is headlined by Amanda Nunes defending her featherweight championship against Felicia Spencer.
The middle fight of the early preliminary card is a light heavyweight contest between Alonzo Menifield and Devin Clark. Menifield has not fought since last June, but is undefeated at 9-0. His most recent win was a knockout of Paul Craig at UFC on ESPn 3 last June. He won his prior fight, his UFC debut, via TKO against Vinicius Moreira Castro at UFC Fight Night 143. This marks his PPV debut.
Clark is 11-4 and coming off a unanimous decision victory over Dequan Townsend at UFC Fight Night 167 in February. He has alternated wins and losses dating back to 2017. He has been installed as a decent-sized underdog in what will be his third UFC PPV appearance.
Alonzo Menifield: -240
Devin Clark: +185
Alonzo Menifield: $9,000
Devin Clark: $7,200