WSOF Odds – 2 Shows on the Schedule

WSOF Odds – The World series of Fighting is getting some attention from the sport books on some of their upcoming fights.

The World Series of Fighting 28 comes tous this Friday, February 20th from Garden Grove, California with a card headlined by bantamweight champion Marlon Moraes’ title defense against Joseph Barajas. The fight is set to air on the NBC Sports Network this Saturday night as the main event of a four fight broadcast.

Moraes (15-4-1) is in the middle of a ten fight winning streak, and he has been with the WSOF since the beginning, making his organizational debut in November of 2012 at WSOF 1. As for Barajas, he sports a strong (12-1) record, but he has never been in a five round fight and he is fighting a confident champion. He won his WSOF debut this past November with a late stoppage win over Erik Villalobos, and he finds himself in the title fight because the WSOF really has no one else they can throw at Moraes currently. Moraes has even appeared in the media talking about moving up to 145 or even to 155 lbs to get a chance at more matches.

Check out our latest video blog where we review the lines at the sport books for the WSOF 28 main event and more. Odds for the rest of the fights on the NBC Sports network broadcast appear below. All the fights have over/under numbers as well.

 

WSOF Odds – Garden Grove, California – NBCSN

Three additional fights are on this Saturday’s card to round out the broadcast. The match between Timur Valiev (10-1) and Chris Gutierrez (8-1-1) will likely yield the next contender for the WSOF Bantamweight title. Valiev is already 4-0 in his WSOF career and he has been installed as a big favorite over Gutierrez, who is making his debut for the World Series of Fighting.

Saturday, February 20th – Next Level Sports Complex

Bantamweight 3 rounds –
Timur Valiev -475 o2½ -190
Chris Gutierrez +325 u2½ +150

Welterweight 3 rounds –
Andrew Ramm +170 o1½ -170
Ozzie Alvarez -230 u1½ +130

Welterweight 3 rounds –
Tom Gloudeman +450 o1½ +120
Jamie Yager -750 u1½ -160

 

WSOF Odds – WSOF 29 is March 12th

Looking ahead on the WSOF calendar, the World Series of Figting 29 event is scheduled for Greeley, Colorado on March 12th. That card features the latest title defense for WSOF Lightweight champion Justin Gaethje as he faces Brian Foster.

WSOF has had a lot of talent stop off on thier roster only to make their way to the UFC later. That is not the case with Gaethje, who is entering his 9th fight under the WSOF banner. Gathje is now (15-0) overall and considered the “poster boy” of the WSOF.  In this bout, he faces a veteran in Brian Foster (25-8) who is coming off a WSOF 25 where he fought in an eight man tournament and went 2-1. Foster lost in the tournament’s opening bout in less than two minutes to Joao Zeferino, but was put back into the tournament due to injury.  He won his second fight against rugged Luis Palomino, and the KO’d Zeferino to gain revenge int he finals.

There are four other fights announced for the March 12th show, and you can expect the sport books to post lines for those matches as we get closer to fight time.

About Miguel Iturrate

Miguel Iturrate started in the MMA business in the crazy early days of the mid-nineties. He has match-made more than 100 MMA events in Japan, Brazil, Russia and all over the United States, and played an integral role in MMA’s early modern history. Through Hook 'n' Shoot, Florida’s AFC, the Euphoria shows and bodogfight, Iturrate has left an indelible mark on MMA history. He can also lay claim to a record that not even the UFC can by contracting 36 fights in three days.

About Miguel Iturrate

Miguel Iturrate started in the MMA business in the crazy early days of the mid-nineties. He has match-made more than 100 MMA events in Japan, Brazil, Russia and all over the United States, and played an integral role in MMA’s early modern history. Through Hook 'n' Shoot, Florida’s AFC, the Euphoria shows and bodogfight, Iturrate has left an indelible mark on MMA history. He can also lay claim to a record that not even the UFC can by contracting 36 fights in three days.

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