Opening Odds for PFL 2022: Week 2


PFL 2022: Week 2 takes place on Thursday, April 28 at Esports Stadium Arlington in Arlington, Texas. The offshore sportsbooks recently opened up the betting odds for the event, and MMAOB staff writer Adam Martin takes a look at the opening odds below.

PFL 2022: Week 2 Opening Odds

Bruno Cappelozza -500
Stuart Austin +375

Brendan Loughnane -500
Ryoji Kudo +375

Ante Delija -300
Mattheus Scheffel +240

Renan Ferreira -300
Jamelle Jones +240

Lance Palmer -200
Chris Wade +160

Bubba Jenkins -300
Kyle Bochniak +240

Denis Goltsov -500
Sam Kei +375

Klidson Abreu -240
Adam Keresh +190

Sheymon Moraes -225
Boston Salmon +185

Alejandro Flores -140
Saba Bolaghi +110

Here are my quick thoughts on the PFL 2022: Week 2: 

  • This week’s PFL card features heavyweights and featherweights. The main event of PFL 2022: Week 2 sees last season’s heavyweight champ Bruno Cappelozza taking on Stuart Austin. Cappelozza had an absolutely incredible season as he defeated Ante Delija twice, Mo DeReese, and Jamelle Jones en route to capturing the $1 million grand prize. He showed exceptional striking skills in the PFL and he is the odds-on favorite to win the championship for a second straight season. To start off this year’s regular season, Cappelozza fights Austin, who was knocked out by Renan Ferreira in his PFL debut last year. Austin actually holds a submission win over current UFC heavyweight standout Tom Aspinall. Despite that win in 2015, he hasn’t accomplished much since then, and Cappelozza is the clear favorite here.
  • Also on the card is a featherweight bout between Brendan Loughnane and Ryoji Kudo. Loughnane won his first four PFL fights before dropping a split decision to eventual champion Movlid Khaybulaev in the semifinals. As for Kudo, he is a veteran of ONE Championship and Shooto who is making his PFL debut in this fight. Although Kudo is fairly experienced, Loughnane is by far the best opponent that he’s ever fought. Considering Kudo is fairly unknown, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Loughnane is the clear favorite to win this fight.

Written by Adam Martin.

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