For fight fans, much of the attention this weekend is on the massive UFC event that is set to go on Saturday night. While that is one that is certainly worth looking forward to, we have some other actions going on that is well worth taking a look at. Specifically, we are talking about Cage Warriors 133, which is set to go at 8 Pm EST on Friday night on UFC Fight Pass. It is not as big an event like the one that is upcoming this weekend, but the main card consists of 5 very good fights and a ton of wagering opportunities. Let’s take a look at the main card, with Cage Warriors odds and predictions for all 5 bouts.
MMA Betting Preview for Cage Warriors 133
Jose Mariscal (-210) Vs Luke Faultersack (+170)
The main card begins with a Featherweight bout, and it’s more than fair to suggest that both of these men could use a win. Mariscal is 10-6 overall, but he is on a por run of form, losing 2 in a row and 3 of his last 4 fights. Fauktersack has been a little up and down in his pro career, going 6-4 overall. He was on a 3-fight win streak before taking a loss last time out. I like this one to go the distance, with Mariscal getting the decision.
Sidemar Honorio (+250) Vs Joseph Morales (-310)
Next up is a Flyweight bout, and once again we have a pair of fighters coming in with some spotty form in their past. Honorio comes into this fight on the heels of a loss, which means that he is now 2-2 over his last 4 fights. Morales got off to a fast start in his career, winning each of his first 9 fights before losing 2 in a row. He did, though, bounce back with a win last time out. Another fight that should go the distance, with Morales getting the win.
Ryan Fillingame (+240) Vs Damon Wilson (-300)
This Featherweight bout is an interesting one given that there is a bit of a gulf in experience between these two fighters. Fillingame has gone 6-4 in his career and is on a very poor run of form, losing 2 in a row and 3 of his last 4. We don’t have much to go on with Wilson other than knowing that he has looked impressive in winning his first 3 fights. I don’t think Wilson will have a problem here, as I like him to win this one by KO.
Jeremiah Labiano (+120) Vs Wilson Reis (-150)
The co-main event of the night is a Featherweight bout between a pair of fighters who bring a ton of experience to the octagon. Labiano is 13-8, and while he is coming off a win, he has not been great of late, going 2-3 in his last 5. It is much the same story for Reis, who has lost 3 of 4, which includes each of his last 2 fights, falling to 24-12 in the process. This should be a close one, with Reis getting the decision.
Joshua Jones (+275) Vs Kyle Driscoll (-350)
The final fight of the night is a Lightweight bout that has all the makings of a good one. Jones has bounced around, most recently with Bellator, over his career and comes into this fight with an 11-5 career mark. He has won 2 in a row ahead of this one. Driscoll is 12-3 overall, but he has been unbeatable for a while now, winning 7 in a row ahead of this one. I think Driscoll keeps things going here with the KO win.