Opening Odds for Cage Warriors 141: Driscoll vs. Hardwick


Cage Warriors 141: Driscoll vs. Hardwick takes place on Friday, July 22 at Indigo at the O2 in London, England. 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.

Cage Warriors 141 Odds

George Hardwick -150
Kyle Driscoll +120

Daniel Skibinski -160
Jim Wallhead +130

Dylan Hazan -200
Sam Creasey +160

Darren Stewart -400
Mick Stanton +300

Mike Figlak -200
Agy Sardari +160

Steve Aimable -170
Jeremy Petley +140

Kingsley Crawford -260
Reece McEwan +200

Will Currie -120
Naglis Kanisauskas -110

Nathan Fletcher -400
Araik Margarian +300

Tobias Harila -500
Samuel Bark +375

Adam Amarasinghe -150
Sam Spencer +120

Jesse Urholin -300
Madars Fleminas +240

Lone’er Kavanagh -425
Ander Sanchez +325

Luke Riley -400
Simon Kevin +300

Alexander Lindgren -125
Omiel Brown -105

Here are my initial thoughts on the Opening Odds for Cage Warriors 141:

  • The main event of CWFC 141 is a vacant lightweight title bout between George Hardwick and Kyle Driscoll. Hardwick is riding a five-fight win streak into this bout with all of those wins coming in Cage Warriors and in Bellator. As for Driscoll, he is riding an eight-fight win streak into this bout, with wins in Cage Warriors and in Dana White’s Contender Series. Both guys are solid fighters and this should be a good fight. With Hardwick having the perceived hometown advantage as an English-based fighter, he opened as the slight favorite here.
  • Also on the card is a CWFC flyweight title bout between champion Sam Creasey and Dylan Hazan. Creasey was knocked out by Luke Shanks in his last fight, but his opponent missed weight so he remained the champion at 125lbs. Prior to that loss, he had won four straight fights. As for Hazan, he is unbeaten at 8-0 and he has been looking solid while competing in CWFC. With Creasey coming off such a bad loss, he opened up here as the underdog despite being the champion, which is something you don’t often see.

Written by Adam Martin.


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