We are used to seeing each MMA organization hold a single event every week, but sometimes we get a little lucky and get more bang for our buck. Cage Warriors is lighting it up this weekend with 3 different events, which will come on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The events are all available on UFC Fight Pass, so be sure to tune in. We can’t cover every fight here, but we can certainly take a look at the top two fights from Cage Warriors 127, 128, and 129. Let’s get to it so you can get all set to bet against the Cage Warriors odds.
MMA Betting Preview for Cage Warriors 127, 128 & 129
Cage Warriors 127 – Thursday at 1 PM EST
- Josh Reed Vs Kurban Khizriev
This Catchweight bout serves as the co-main event on the night, and it is certainly an interesting one. Reed has been around a while and brings with him a less than flattering 11-6 record, including just 2 wins in his last 5. Khizriev is lacking in experience as a pro, but he has looked good, winning all 4 of his fights to this point. He may need to go the distance to do it, but I like Khizriev to get the win.
- Dominique Wooding Vs Nathan Fletcher
This event closes out with a fight for the vacant Bantamweight Championship belt. Wooding is 7-4 coming into this one, but he has not been at his best of late, losing 3 of his last 3 and 3 of his last 5. There are no such issues for Fletcher, as he has been perfect to start his pro career, going 6-0. I like Fletcher to get the submission and walk away with the title.
Cage Warriors 128 – Friday at 1 PM EST
- Gerardo Fanny Vs Liam Gittins
The Flyweights step into the octagon for then penultimate fight of the night in this event, and it should be a good one. Both fighters have been a little up and down of late, Fanny is 10-2, going 3-2 in his last 5. Gittins has the same record in his last 5 fights, taking him to 7-2 overall. Fanny has some power at his disposal, so I like him to get the KO win.
- Paul Hughes Vs Morgan Charriere
Another huge fight, as these men will be battling it out for the Interim Featherweight Championship. Hughes bounced back with a win after taking his first loss as a pro and is now 7-1. Charriere, who is 16-8-1, is going to need to find a way to get back to winning after a loss in his last fight. I think this one goes the distance, with Hughes getting the win.
Cage Warriors 129 – Saturday at 1 PM EST
- Mateusz Figlak Vs Joachim Tollefsen
The penultimate fight of the night in Cage Warriors 129 is a Flyweight bout that seems to lean heavily in the favor of one fighter. Figlak comes into this bout with a 5-1 record and a run that has seen him win each of his last 3. On the flipside, Tollefsen has just 2 wins in his last 5 fights, going 2-2-1 during that stretch. I think Figlak wins this one easily.
- Luke Shanks Vs Sam Creasey
We close out the 3-event weekend with another title bout, this one for the vacant Flyweight Championship. Shanks comes in with an 8-2 record and a solid run that has seen him win 4 of his last 5 fights. Creasey has the better record at 14-3 and has won 3 in a row ahead of this bout. I have this one going the distance, with Creasey getting the win.