CFA 11 Opening Betting Odds and Line Movement

CFA 11Tonight, AXS TV puts on another quality regional MMA card, as CFA 11 comes to us from Florida with an interesting televised card. The main event brings two well-known veterans together in Mike Kyle and Travis Wiuff, which is a rematch of their 2010 fight which ended in a no contest. The co-main event is the one getting the lion’s share of the headlines however, as headline magnet Fallon Fox faces a fighter with a winning record for the first time in her career. Today, MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the full CFA 11 odds at Several Bookmakers. Take a look here: ——————– Mike Kyle -295 Travis Wiuff +215 Fallon Fox -1500 Allanna Jones +700 Luis Palomino -280 Robert Washington +200 Sean Soriano -175 Elvin Brito +135 Alexis Vila -305 Czar Sklavos +225 ——————– Brad’s Analysis: With these fights taking place tonight, we’ve seen a good bit of action on the card already, and the first thing to do is update where the odds are at now. In the main event, the public has come in heavily on Mike Kyle, and I can’t blame them. His line is all the way up at -530 now, which given Wiuff’s recent three-fight slide and his struggles against heavy hitters seems to be fair. Kyle isn’t bettable at this point since he is limited outside of his striking game, but is still the likely winner. The odds for the co-main event started insane and have gotten more insane. Fallon Fox has done nothing to warrant being a four digit favorite against anyone, and with her line now being -2000 I had to sit back and laugh. I’m almost tempted to play Allanna Jones at +1000, but it wouldn’t be anything big, nor is it a confident play by any means. Fox is simply incredibly overvalued here. Luis Palomino has been a lifetime journeyman in MMA, and has only really faltered against quality fighters. His losses over the past four years have come against Luiz Firmino, Pat Curran, Yves Edwards and Jonathan Brookins. Still, despite his impressive record he does not deserve to be the -570 favorite that the public has made him here. Rboert Washington hits hard and has a bit of a wrestling game, and Palomino struggled with the grappling of Firmino in his last outing. The other lines on the card haven’t seen as much movement, but Sean Soriano is now a -270 favorite over the +190 Elvin Brito. Probably due in some part to his performances in Bellator and his age, Alexis Vila has dropped from a -305 opener to -280, while Czar Sklavos has dropped from +225 to

Written by Brad Taschuk

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