Opening Odds for Cage Warriors 143


Cage Warriors 143 takes place on Friday, September 23 at Humphrey’s By The Bay in San Diego, California. The offshore sportsbooks recently opened up the betting odds for the event, and MMAOB staff writer Adam Martin┬átakes a look at the opening odds below.

Cage Warriors 143 Odds

Elijah Harris -300
Trey Williams +240

Jamey Lynch -170
Erick Sanchez +140

Bill Wilson -180
Matt Hampton +150

Tyler Escoto -300
Orlando Sanders +240

Roberto Hernandez -160
Brian Mitchell +130

Chasen Blair -210
Jeffrey Craig +170

John de Jesus -150
Brandon Laroco +120

JJ Ambrose -300
Jordan Bailey +240

Here are my initial thoughts on the Opening Odds for Cage Warriors 143:

  • Cage Warriors returns to San Diego for another exciting night of fights. One of the bouts to keep your eye on features Elijah Harris against Trey Williams at light heavyweight. Harris picked up a submission win in CWFC in his last fight to bounce back following his first career defeat. As for Williams, he’s lost two of his last three bouts entering this fight. Interestingly enough, both men have recently lost to Chuck Campbell. The oddsmakers pegged Harris as a big favorite to win this fight, but it’s likely a closer fight than the betting odds indicate.
  • Also on the card is a lightweight bout between Jamey Lynch (no relation to MMA journalist James Lynch) and Erick Sanchez. Lynch has fought four times in Cage Warriors and overall he holds a 3-1 record in the promotion, including a TKO win in his last fight for the organization. As for Sanchez, he is coming off a win in his last fight, and he has a ton of experience as a pro including fights for organizations such as Bellator. Lynch opened up as the favorite here which is fair considering his recent form, but Sanchez’s experience could come into play in this fight, so you shouldn’t count him out of winning this fight either.

Written by Adam Martin.


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