Invicta FC 21 Closing Odds and Results

7-RaquelPaaluhiInvicta FC took place last night (Saturday, January 14, 2017) in Kansas City, Missouri, and overall it was an entertaining card highlighted by several finishes and paved the way for multiple title challengers down the road. Overall from a betting perspective, three betting favorites were victorious while four underdogs won based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Here’s a quick recap for each fight. Invicta FC 21 Favorites That Won In an interim featherweight title bout for the main event of the evening, Megan Anderson put a beating on Charmaine Tweet. Anderson was in complete control of the contest, pressing forward with heavy hands, eventually landing some nasty combinations in the second round which Tweet was forced to turn away from, resulting in a TKO finish. Anderson closed as a massive -550 (bet $550 to win $100) betting favorite while Tweet closed at +400 (bet $100 to win $400). In a bantamweight fight, talented up-and-comer Aspen Ladd was in pretty much complete control of Sijara Eubanks, easily pacing herself to a unanimous decision victory to improve her record to 5-0. Ladd came through as a -195 favorite while Eubanks lost at +160.   Invicta FC 21 Underdogs That Won In the co-main event of the evening, Raquel Pa’aluhi put on the best performance of her career in a bantamweight fight against former title challenger Pannie Kianzad. Pa’aluhi took Kianzad down, controlled her on the canvas and managed to sink in a rear naked choke to put her away late in the first round. Pa’aluhi closed as a +130 underdog while Kianzad was a -160 betting favorite. In a featherweight fight, Leah Letson made quick work of UFC veteran Elizabeth Phillips, landing a brutal left head kick knockout just 90 seconds into the first round. Letson was victorious despite being a hefty +205 underdog while Phillips was a -265 favorite.

Written by Brian Hemminger

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