Cage Warriors 82 Opening Odds Cage Warriors 82 takes place at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England tomorrow (April 1st) live on UFC Fight Pass at 1pm EST. In the main event electric featherweight prospect Paddy Pimblett (13-1) defends his 145-pound title against Nad Narimani. The 22-year-old heads into this matchup on a nine-fight win streak and hasn’t lost since 2013. Narimani (9-2) has won four of his last five fights with all of those victories coming by way of stoppage. In the co-feature Nathaniel Wood looks for his fourth win in his last five fights when he tangles with UFC veteran Vaughan Lee. Wood (9-3) competes for Cage Warriors for the first time since 2014 and was scheduled to face Lee at Cage Warriors 80 before a medical issue pulled him off the card. Lee (14-12-1) is coming off a unanimous decision setback to Rakhman Dudaev at Akhmat Fight Show 13 and competes for the first time since December 2015. The 34-year-old has lost four of his last five fights. Also on the card Lee Chadwick (21-13-1) looks for his first win since 2015 when he takes on Tommy Quinn (6-3) in a middleweight scrap. Featherweight Dean Truman (7-3) locks horns with TUF 22 participant Frantz Slioa (4-0). In the women’s flyweight division”Meatball” Molly McCann (4-1) aims to make it four-straight wins as she battles American Lacey Schuckman (11-9) who makes her Cage Warriors debut. MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the betting odds for the three fights on CES 42 today at 5Dimes Sportsbook. Check them out below ——————– Cage Warriors 82: Pimblett vs. Narimani APRIL 1, 2017 Echo Arena Liverpool | Liverpool, England Main Card UFC Fight Pass, 4 p.m. ET Featherweight Title: Nad Narimani +180 Paddy Pimblett -260 – Nathaniel Wood -120 Vaughan Lee -120 – Lee Chadwick -120 Tommy Quinn -120 – Dean Trueman +140 Frantz Slioa -180 – Molly McCann +170 Lacey Schuckman -230
Superior Challenge 15 Opening Odds Superior Challenge 15 emanates from the Eriksdalshallen arena in Stockholm, Sweden tomorrow at 12pm EST. The main event features a rematch between UFC veterans as 38-year-old Papy Abedi battles Dylan Andrews in the middleweight division. Abedi (10-3) is coming off his first win since 2013 when he knocked out Bruno Carvalho at Superior Challenge 14 last October and will be looking for back-to-back victories for the first time since 2010. The former welterweight fighter fought the likes of Thiago Alves, James Head and Andrews during his UFC run. Andrews (17-7) heads into this fight on three-fight skid and competes for the first time since his UFC release last year. The 37-year-old last win came against Abedi, when he defeated him by third round knockout at UFC Fight Night 27. The co-main event pits former UFC lightweight fighter David Bielkheden against Danish standout Morten Djursaa. Bielkheden (23-12) hasn’t lost a fight since 2012 and heads into this contest on a six-fight win streak. Djursaa (14-5) has won four of his last five fights, including a knockout victory over Bellator/Strikeforce veteran Waachiim Spiritwolf. Also featured on the card is a bantamweight scrap pitting France’s Kevin Petshi (11-3) against Martin Akhtar (9-3). Petshi is coming off back-to-back submission wins while Akhtar is on a five-fight win streak. —————————————— Superior Challenge 15 Eriksdalshallen Stockholm, Sweden Saturday 4-1-17 – 12:00 PM ET Papy Abedi +140 Dylan Andrews -180 – Morten Djursaa +150 David Bielkheden -190 – Martin Akhtar +115 Kevin Petshi -155 – ———————————- Click below to bet the fights now!