There is a lot going on in the world of MMA this weekend, with several different events spread throughout the day. We are going to do our best to cover them all and get some predictions your way, starting with what looks to be a very solid event from Cage Warriors. CW 146 has a massive main card, including a pair of title fights, so let’s get to it, with some quick Cage Warriors Betting picks all the fights.
MMA Betting Preview for Cage Warriors 146
Chuck Campbell Vs Andy Clamp
Clamp is the much more experienced fighter of the two, going 11-1 in his pro career versus 4-1 for Campbell. I’m going with the experience in this one.
Reece McEwan Vs Teodoro Scolieri
Of the two fighters, it has been McEwan who has had the better of life as a pro. I think he gets a pretty quick submission win here.
Faisal Malik Vs Liam Gittins
This feels like a bout designed to get Malik, who is a perfect 5-0, some more experience, so I think he wins this one quite handily.
Manny Akpan Vs Samuel Bark
This fight looks to be very evenly matched, with both fighters having some stopping power. I like Bark for the KO win.
Martin Causse Vs Adam Cullen
Another bout featuring a fighter with a perfect record. Cullen is 5-0 and looks set to extend that streak with a win here.
Milad Ahady Vs Tom Mearns
Ahady is still early in his pro career, while Mearns has been all over the place at 9-7. I like Ahady for the decision win.
Antonio Sheldon Vs Jordy Bakkes
Another bout that seems to be very evenly matched, with both fighters on a similar career path. I’m taking Bakkes for the decision win.
Luke Riley Vs Karol Kutyla
Riley is looking to remain unbeaten after a perfect 4-0 start, and I like him to do just that with the KO win here.
Aaron Aby Vs Stipe Brcic
Both fighters have been a little up and down of late, so a must win for both. I am leaning toward Brcic in a close one.
James Hendin Vs Araik Margarian
Margarian is the much more experienced of the 2 fighters and will be looking to bounce back after losing last time out. I think he is in trouble against Hendin, though.
Sam Kelly Vs Jack Eglin
Both still very early in their pro careers, so a tough one to handicap, but I am going to take a chance with Kelly.
Orlando Wilson Prins Vs Liam Molloy
Both men have been a little unpredictable in the early stages of life as a pro, but I am leaning toward Prins for the decision win.
Aaron Johnson Vs Lukasz Kopera
It’s been a slippery slope for Kopera, who has lost 3 in a row and 4 of his last 5. I like Johnson to pile on the misery with a KO win.
Jim Wallhead Vs Mateusz Figlak
This one is the co-main event and is for the Interim Welterweight Championship. A tough call, but I am on Figlak for the decision win.
Christian Leroy Duncan Vs Marian Dimitrov
We close with a Middleweight Championship bout, with the unbeaten Duncan looking to defend his belt. I think he does that with the KO win.