CFFC 94: Hafez Vs Cutts Expert Analysis - MMA Betting

CFFC 94: Hafez Vs Cutts Expert Analysis – MMA Betting

Written by on April 1, 2021

On Thursday morning, we have a couple of title fights set to go in what is a loaded Brave CF main card. If that isn’t enough MMA action for you, then why not tune into Cage Fury FC 94, where we have yet another title fight on the cards. This event starts at 7 PM EST and can be seen on UFC Fight Pass, so there is no reason not to watch a wager. There are a total of 6 fights on the main card and we are going to break them all down, with predictions included, right now so you can bet against their MMA odds.

MMA Betting Preview for CFFC 94: Hafez Vs Cutts

Earl Small Vs Adam Wamsley

The main card begins with a Middleweight bout that features a pair of fighters still very early in their professional careers. Earl Small has made a very confident start to his, winning all 3 fights to this point and not needing to go beyond the first round to do it. Wamsley won the first 2 bouts of his career before running into trouble the last time out and getting KO’ed in Round 2. I am on Small to get this one by submission.

Frank Wells Vs Timothy Cuamba

The Featherweights are up next and it’s another bout with a couple of fighters who do not have a ton of pro experience under their belts. Wells closed out his amateur career with a 5-fight unbeaten run and carried that momentum over to win his first pro fight. That is the exact same path that Cuamba has taken, so this is one that features a pair of in-form fighters. Bit of a coin toss here, but I am taking Wells by decision.

Thomas Majeski Vs Jonathan Piersma

We follow a familiar pattern, as both fighters in this Welterweight bout are just getting started with their pro careers. Majeski lost his first amateur fight, but he has gone unbeaten since and has picked up opening round wins in each of his 2 pro fights to date. Piersma has a very similar track record, and while he has just 1 pro fight, he won that in the opening round. A good matchup here, but I think Majeski wins it inside the distance.

Solomon Renfro Vs Nick Alley

With this Welterweight bout, we are starting to deal with fighters who have a little more experience to draw upon. Renfro will be looking to bounce back after taking the first pro loss of his career to fall to 6-1. 5 of his 7 pro fights have gone the distance. Alley broke out of a 3-fight losing skid that took him to 3-3 to reel off 4 straight wins, with 3 of those coming in the opening round. I think this one goes the distance, with Renfro getting the win.

Devin Goodale Vs Khetag Pliev

The co-main event of the night is a Middleweight bout between a pair of very good fighters. Goodale is really just getting started with his pro career, but he has made a fantastic start with 3 straight wins, the last of which was an opening round victory. Pliev started his career with 4 straight wins and has managed to bounce back with a win after taking his first loss. I don’t see this one going the distance and I like Pliev with the KO.

Bassil Hafez Vs Evan Cutts

We close the night out with a Welterweight title fight that will have Hafez making the first defense of his title. It was a rather quick rise to success for Hafez, as he is now just 6-2-1 in his pro career and he is going to have a tough time against a much more experienced fighter. Cutts comes into this bout with an 11-4 record and a run that has seen him win 5 of his last 6 bouts. I think this one goes the distance, with Hafez keeping his belt.