LFA 49 Opening Betting Odds

LFA 49 takes place at Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino in : Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday (Sept. 14, 2018) at 9pm ET live on AXS TV. CFFC welterweight champion Sean Brady makes his LFA debut against fellow undefeated prospect Gilbert Urbina in the nights’ main event. 

Brady (8-0) heads into this matchup off a unanimous decision victory over TUF winner Colton Smith at Shogun Fights back in March. The 25-year-old has finished four of his eight career opponents. Urbina (5-0) hasn’t fought since a Feb. 2017 TKO win over previously undefeated Noel Ligon at LFA 7 and has only fought once since 2016. The 22-year-old will be making his second apperance in the LFA cage. 

The co-main event pits UFC veteran Jonavin Webb against Tanner Saraceno in a welterweight matchup. 

Webb (10-2) only two-career losses were in the UFC against Kyle Noke and Nathan Coy. After he was released from the Las Vegas based promotion in 2016, “The Spider” has since racked off back-to-back wins. Saraceno (7-2) heads into his LFA debut on a three-fight win streak, including a victory over UFC veteran Dominic Waters at 864 Fighting Championships back in May. The 27-year-old is currently training at Roufusport ahead of this matchup. 

Here’s my interview with Jonavin Webb

Here’s my interview with Andy Main who fights Saul Almeida


MMAOddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the betting lines for LFA 49 moments ago via Several Bookmakers:


LFA 49: Brady vs Urbina
September 14th – Atlantic City, NJ
Main Card @ 9:00 PM EST

Main Event – Welterweight Bout

Gilbert Urbina +160
Sean Brady -210

Co-Main Event Welterweight Bout

Tanner Saraceno +175
Jonavin Webb  -245

Feature Featherweight Bout

Saul Almeida -135
Andy Main -105

Catchweight Bout (175lbs)

Will Santiago +170
Stephen Regman -230

Featherweight Bout

Adi Alic -150
John De Jesus +110



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Written by James Lynch

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