Those of you who have invested in UFC Fight Pass are well aware that there are a ton of great events on there that fall outside of the UFC proper. You can check out one of those on Friday afternoon, when we have Cage Warriors 141 set to deliver a 5-fight main card that features not just one, but two title fights at the top of the card. This is one of the better main cards that you are going to see, so this is definitely an event that you are going to want to get in on in terms of watching and wagering. We want to help you win, so let’s break down all 5 fights to see if we can pick some winners for you to bet against their Cage Warriors Odds.
MMA Betting Preview for Cage Warriors 141
Agy Sardari Vs Mike Figlak
We get the main card rolling with a Lightweight bout that will see one of these fighters try to maintain his perfect record. Sardari comes into this bout with a 15-3 record and a streak that has seen him win 9 of his last 10 fights. He usually goes the distance to get those wins. Figlak is 7-0 and has picked up 5 of those wins fighting for Cage Warriors. His wins are pretty evenly split with early finishes and decision wins. I like Figlak to keep his unbeaten streak alive.
Mike Stanton Vs Darren Stewart
Next up is a Middleweight bout that is a little tougher to predict given that both fighters have been somewhat unpredictable in their careers. Stanton comes into this fight with an 8-6 record, and while he has won his last 2, those wins snapped a 3-fight losing skid. After a run that saw him lose 3 in a row, Stewart has now made the move from the UFC to Cage Warriors. I think Stewart uses his experience to get the KO win.
Sam Creasey Vs Dylan Hazan
Next up, we have the first of the 2 title fights on the night, with these guys battling it out for the Flyweight Championship. Creasey comes in with an impressive 15-4 record, but he is coming off a loss in a rematch with Luke Shanks. He is going to have his hands full with Hazan, who is a perfect 7-0, and who has won all 3 of his fights under the Cage Warriors banner. I think it will be Hazan who walks out with the belt.
Jim Wallhead Vs Daniel Skibinski
The co-main event of the night is a Welterweight bout between a pair of veteran fighters who have been around the block. Wallhead comes into this one with a record of 31-11, and he has won 2 in a row after dropping back-to-back fights. Skibinski is looking to pull himself out of a tough hole, as he has lost each of his last 2 fights to fall to 18-7 overall. While he may be on a losing skid, I think Skibinski bounces back with a KO win.
Kyle Driscoll Vs George Hardwick
The vacant Lightweight Championship is up for grabs, and we have 2 very good fighters stepping into the octagon to try and claim it. Driscoll is 13-3 and comes into this one on an 8-fight win streak. Each of his last 3 fights have gone the distance. Hardwick is 9-1 and comes into this bout on a 5-fight win streak, with 4 of those wins coming inside the distance. This has all the makings of a battle, and I like Hardwick to get the KO win.