Opening Odds for Cage Warriors 154: Rome


Cage Warriors 154: Rome takes place on Friday, May 5 at Fiera Rome in Rome, Italy. 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 154 Odds

Caolan Loughran -185
Dylan Hazan +155

Leon Aliu -120
Darren Stewart -110

Michelangelo Lupoli -155
Sam Creasey +125

Emanuele Zaccaria -180
Sylwester Miller +150

Jasmine Favero -160
Izabela Walczak +130

Tanio Pagliariccio -125
Gerardo Fanny -105

Carlo Pedersoli -220
Giannis Bachar +180

Guido Possidente -225
Gianluca Rocca +185

Ermil Xhaferi -150
Simone Patrizi +120

Dario Bellandi -225
Daniel Karlsson +185

Yoga Prabowo -650
Jefferson De Filippis +475

Edoardo Caiazza -175
Marko Sarasjarvi +145

Khadim Dia -225
Milton Afonso Cabral +185

Alessandro Giordano -350
Enrico Di Gangi +275

Emanuele Sabatino -165
Jovidon Khojaev +135

Francesco Mazzeo -475
Joan Arastey +375

Cornellius Aritonang -150
Gianluca Ancora +120

Baris Adiguzel -400
Luca Borando +300

Here are my initial thoughts on the Opening Odds for Cage Warriors 154:

  • The main event of Cage Warriors 154 features Dylan Hazan and Caolan Loughran competing for the vacant CWFC bantamweight title. Hazan is unbeaten with a 9-0 record in MMA, including a 4-0 mark as a pro for CWFC. As for Loughran, he’s unbeaten with a 7-0 record and he has a 3-0 mark in CWFC. On paper, this looks to be a well-matched fight between two men who don’t know what losing feels like. The oddsmakers opened up Loughran as a moderate favorite here, but Hazan is talented and of course has a good chance to pull of the victory.
  • The co-main event of Cage Warriors 154 sees former UFC fighter Darren Stewart take on Leon Aliu at middleweight. Stewart is 1-1 since returning to CWFC following his stint in the UFC, losing his first fight and then bouncing back with a knockout win his last time out. As for Aliu, he is coming into this fight off of a loss on Dana White’s Contender Series. Although Aliu is the slight betting favorite here at the open, this seems like a fight that Stewart can win.

Written by Adam Martin.


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