Cage Warriors 120 & 121 Expert Analysis - MMA Betting

Cage Warriors 120 & 121 Expert Analysis – MMA Betting

Written by on March 17, 2021

It’s a busy, busy weekend in the world of MMA, but we have you covered in all the big events about to go down. Cage Warriors has a pair of events happening on Thursday and Friday, so with a lot of ground to cover, let’s jump right in so you can make your bets against their Cage Warrior odds.

MMA Betting Analysis for Cage Warriors 120 & 121

Cage Warriors 120: Richardson Vs Kauppinen – Thursday, March 18th

Steven Hooper Vs Mike Figlak – Figlak is coming into this one looking to maintain his perfect record against a fighter who has been up and down in his pro career. Hooper has won 2 in a row, but I think he is on to a KO loss here.

Kieran Lister Vs Decky McAleenan – Lister is looking to bounce back after taking the first loss of his pro career, but he is going to have his hands full against a very capable fighter. I think this one goes the distance, but the nod goes to Lister.

Will Currie Vs Christian Leroy Duncan – A pair of unbeaten Middleweights will square off in this one, although it is Currie who is the more experienced of the two at 5-0 versus the 2-0 for Duncan. I am on Currie to use that experience to win via submission.

Paul Hughes Vs James Hendin – This is another bout with a fighter looking to bounce back after a loss, with Hughes taking the first of his career last time out. I believe he might end up making it 2 in a row, as I like Hendin, who is unbeaten, to outlast him in this one.

Janie Richardson Vs Kent Kauppinen  – The main event of the night is a tough one to predict, as both of these fighters have had problems putting together extended winning runs. I am leaning towards Kauppinen with the KO here.

Cage Warriors 121: Sardari Vs Desmae – Friday, March 19th

Madars Fleminas Vs Jack Grant – A pair of fighters who have been around the block a bit open the main card, with both looking to break out of poor runs of form. Grant has the slight edge here for me and I think he gets the KO win.

Ian Garry Vs Rostem Akman – After a perfect 6-0 start to his pro career, Akman has now lost 2 in a row and looks to be up against it here versus the unbeaten Garry. I do not see this one going the distance, as I like Garry to get the win via KO.

James Webb Vs Matthew Bonner – Both of these men come into this fight on the heels of back-to-back wins, but it is Webb who has been the more consistent fighter through his pro career. I think he keeps the win streak alive here inside the distance.

Jack Cartwright Vs Sylvester Miller – This is the first of two title fights on the night, with Cartwright looking to defend his Bantamweight crown versus Miller, who is 9-3 in his pro career. I don’t see this one lasting long and I like Cartwright to keep the belt.

17Agy Sardari Vs Donovan Desmae – The winner of this fight will walk away with the vacant Light Heavyweight title. Sardari is on a fantastic run of form and looks like a good bet against Desmae, although I do think he will need to go the distance on Friday night.