Opening Odds for PFL 2022: Championship


PFL 2022: Championship takes place on Friday, November 25 at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, in New York City, New York. 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: Championship Opening Odds

Kayla Harrison -800
Larissa Pacheco +550

Bubba Jenkins -150
Brendan Loughnane +120

Olivier Aubin-Mercier -260
Stevie Ray +200

Omari Akhmedov -115
Rob Wilkinson -115

Ante Delija -200
Mattheus Scheffel +160

Sadibou Sy -140
Dilano Taylor +110

Shane Burgos -350
Marlon Moraes +275

Dakota Ditcheva -350
Katherine Corogenes +275

Natan Schulte -275
Jeremy Stephens +215

Aspen Ladd -150
Julia Budd +120

Gleison Tibau -700
Magomed Magomedkerimov +450

Biaggio Ali Walsh -300
Tom Graesser +240

Here are my quick thoughts on the PFL 2022: Championship:

  • The finale PFL card is 2022 features the championship bouts in all six weight classes. That means $6 million dollars will be up for grabs, not to mention the non-title fights on the card.
  • The most notable of the championship bouts is the women’s lightweight title fight between Kayla Harrison and Larissa Pacheco. Harrison is arguably the most dominant women’s fighter in the world right now and she already has two previous wins over Pacheco. While her opponent is definitely a good fighter who beats the majority of opponents not named Harrison, unfortunately, she is fighting someone who already has two wins over her. You have to lean heavily toward Harrison to win this fight, and the bookies pegged her as a big favorite here.
  • Another big fight on this card features Olivier Aubin-Mercier and Stevie Ray for the lightweight title. OAM has won all five of his fights since joining PFL, and he looks great in his new promotion. Ray, meanwhile, is 2-1 in PFL, with both of his wins coming over Anthony Pettis. This should be a fantastic fight, with the winner well deserving of the $1 million. OAM opened as the favorite, but don’t count out the underrated Ray from making things interesting.

Written by Adam Martin.


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