How Much Would a Bet on Felicia Spencer Pay Out to Upset Cyborg?

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Dan Shapiro
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Should Felicia Spencer somehow manage to upset Cris Cyborg in UFC 240 Saturday night, the payout would be a sweet: $375 on a $100 bet.  This fight takes place on's home turf of Alberta, Canada.

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Spencer hopes to surprise Cyborg Saturday night in her home nation of Canada.

Spencer, 28, is undefeated (7-0 in MMA and 1-0 in UFC).  A win Saturday night in Edmonton’s Rogers Place would be seen as a statement victory. 

Cyberg was knocked out in the first minute by Amanda Nunes back in December.  She's been in a contract dispute since that time.  Cyborg comes into this fight as a hefty -475 favorite, but with backage.  There is definitely some value betting Spencer here.

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"People might be planning on Cyborg but I’m here to spoil the party," Spencer said Thursday.

"I don’t want to think she (Cyborg) is coming in distracted by any means but it’s fun for me that people are talking about her future even if we haven’t fought yet."

She said if the fight goes long it will give her more time to find holes in Cyborg’s game. She said a short fight is even better.

"I want to finish her in the first round," she said.

This is a co-headlining bout for UFC 140 with Frankie Edgar (+305) taking on Max Holloway (-370).

Holloway and Edgar will touch gloves after two years and two failed attempts to step into the Octagon together.

- Dan Shapiro,

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