We have another big weekend of MMA action ahead of us, including a doubleheader from Cage Warriors. The first of the 2 events is Cage Warriors 135, which is set to begin at midnight on Friday, while 136 will start at the same time on Saturday morning. Given that the second event has a title fight as the headliner, you could argue that it is the bigger of the two, but both nights have some fantastic matchups set to go. Both main cards are huge, so we have had to narrow it down to the top 3 fights on each main card so you can bet against the Cage Warriors Odds. Let’s get to it.
MMA Betting Preview for Cage Warriors 135 & 136
Cage Warriors 135 Betting Preview
- Edward Walls Vs Liam Gittins
We get this preview started with a Bantamweight bout featuring a pair of fighters in dire need of a win. Walls comes in with a 10-7 record, but he has lost 2 in a row and 3 of his last 5. It is much the same story for Gittins, who has lost 2 in a row and 3 of his last 4, falling to 7-4 in the process. I think we see this one going the distance, with Gittins getting the nod.
- Carlos de Souza Vs Darren Stewart
This Middleweight bout serves as the co-main event of the night and is once again home to a pair of fighters in poor form. De Souza is 17-11-1 overall, but he has lost 2 in a row and 3 of his last 5. Things are not any better for Stewart, who has 1 draw and 3 losses in his last 4 fights to fall to 12-8. I think Stewart snaps out of it, though, and gets the KO win.
- Daniel Skibinski Vs Justin Burlinson
While both of the Welterweight fighters in this one are coming into the bout on the heels of a loss, both have been good to that point. Skibinski is 18-6 overall and was on a 12-fight win streak prior to the loss. Burlinson started his pro career with a bang, winning 6 in a row before losing his last bout. This should be a bruising battle, with Skibinski getting the KO win.
Cage Warriors 136 Betting Preview
- Daan Duijs Vs Josh Reed
The first fight we are looking at here is a Bantamweight bout between a pair of fighters with very good records. Duijs won his first 6 fights as a pro before taking a loss, which he bounced back from nicely. Reed is 12-6, but he has been a little up and down of late, going 3-2 in his last 5 fights. I think we see Duijs getting the decision win.
- Aaron Aby Vs Gerardo Fanny
We have a very good looking Flyweight fight in as the co-main event of the evening. Aby comes into this bout with a 12-4-1 record, but he has been a little unpredictable of late. Fanny broke out of a stumble and has put together back-to-back wins to take his record to 11-2. I think it will be Fanny who takes his 3rd straight win, ending this one with a KO.
- Djati Melan Vs Christian Leroy Duncan
We end the 2-day event with a title fight that sees a pair of undefeated fighters battling it out for the Middleweight Championship. Melan comes in as the defending champion, bringing with him a perfect 8-0 record. While not quite as good, Duncan has still reeled off 5 straight wins at the start of his pro career. This should be a good one, but I have the champ winning by decision.
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