Opening Odds for PFL 2024: Week 2


PFL 2024: Week 2 takes place on Friday, April 12 at The Theater at Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada. 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 2024: Week 2 Opening Odds

Impa Kasanganay -200
Alex Polizzi +160

Rob Wilkinson -400
Tom Breese +300

Clay Collard -200
Patricky Pitbull +160

Mads Burnell -200
Michael Durfort +160

Josh Silveira -150
Sadibou Sy +120

Antonio Carlos Junior -260
Simon Biyong +200

Dovletdzhan Yagshimuradov -115
Jakob Nedoh -115

Bruno Miranda -115
Brent Primus -115

Gadzhi Rabadanov -260
Solomon Renfro +200

Jay Jay Wilson -150
Adam Piccolotti +120

Elvin Espinoza -170
Anthony Romero +140

Here are my quick thoughts on the PFL 2024: Week 2:

  • The main event of PFL 2 sees Impa Kasanganay take on Alex Polizzi at light heavyweight. Kasanganay won the PFL light heavyweight tournament last season and he put on a great showing against Johnny Eblen in his last bout, barely losing a split decision. As for Polizzi, he has lost his last two fights in a row but his training partners also rave about him. Still, you have to lean toward Kasanganay here to go out there and get back into the win column.
  • The co-main event features Rob Wilkinson against Tom Breese. Wilkinson won the 2022 PFL light heavyweight tournament but he failed a drug test in the next season and was quickly booted from it. However, PFL is giving him another chance to win another tournament title. As for Breese, he has won his last three fights in a row, including a bout in PFL Europe that earned him this opportunity to compete in this tourney. Both of these fighters used to be in the UFC, so fight fans should be rather familiar with both of them. Even though Wilkinson failed a drug test, he does seem like the better fighter and he is the rightful favorite entering this bout.

Written by Adam Martin.

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