In the gambling world, there are hot streaks. Then there are “Vegas Dave” hot streaks.

Dave Oancea, the guy who profited $220,000 by betting on Holly Holm to defeat Ronda Rousey in November, netted another $223,300 on Saturday night by correctly predicting Miesha Tate would beat Holm in UFC 196’s pay-per-view co-headliner.

Prior to cashing in with the UFC upsets, Oancea posted some other recent big winners, including $2.5 million on the Kansas City Royals to win the 2015 World Series and $2.3 million on the Denver Broncos to win Super Bowl 50, among others. (We, of course, don’t hear about any possible losses during that period.)

Still, the Tate bet was planned well in advance. After meeting Tate in studio while a guest on MMAjunkie Radio, Oancea announced his plans to back her in her next fight. He followed through when Tate was granted a title shot.

In the pay-per-view co-main event at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena, Tate (18-5 MMA, 5-2 UFC) upset Holm (10-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) with a gutsy fifth-round submission victory (she discusses the victory in the above video).

Oancea, who had bet $77,000 to win $223,300 on +290 underdog Tate, celebrated his windfall with the new champ after the event (via Twitter):