1 million dollars on @mieshatate to win at UFC 200. This will be the biggest wager in sports betting history to be shown on paper. I have found a place that has approved this wager. No it’s not a vegas sports book. I will post the ticket like I always do this time before the fight. The last UFCs I have predicted Holm over Rousey, Mcgregor over Aldo, Tate over Holm, Bisping over Rockhold, and now 7 figures on Tate to retain her belt at UFC 200. We will have floor seats for this event to watch this live. #vegasdave #itsvegasdave #sportsbetting #UFC #ufc200 #mieshatate
A photo posted by Vegas Dave ⚾️ (@itsvegasdave) on Jun 18, 2016 at 6:33pm PDT
Earlier this year, “Vegas” Dave Oancea bet $77,000 on Miesha Tate and promised mixed martial arts (MMA) fans “Cupcake” would win the women’s bantamweight championship from Holly Holm — the same “Preacher’s Daughter” who landed him $220,000 when he picked her to upset Ronda Rousey at UFC 193.
Clearly the man knows what he’s doing.
That’s probably why I wasn’t that surprised to learn he’s now betting $1 million on Tate (-250) to retain her title against 135-pound “Lioness” Amanda Nunes (+195), who gets her chance to upset the apple cart — and bankrupt Oancea — at the UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event next month in Las Vegas, Nevada (more on that contest here).
Crazy? We’ll find out on July 9.
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