WSOF 32 Odds For Saturday – The World Series Of Fighting 32 is this Saturday, July 30 is at the XFINITY Arena in Everett, Washington for a full night of MMA that sees the featured fights air on NBC Sports. Two WSOF title fights top the card, and the lines being offered hint at competitive fights.
The main event sees WSOF bantamweight champion Marlon Moraes (1-4-1) facing off against Josh Hill (14-1) in a five-round title defense. The bout is a rematch, as the two men met back in February of 2015. In that bout, Moraes handed Hill the only blemish of his career as he won a five round unanimous decision. Since that first meeting, Moraes has gone 2-0 while Hill has been very active, going 4-0 to work his way back into the number one contender spot. Moraes has come into his own as the WSOF champion and he is the owner of an impressive 11-fight winning streak. Not surprisingly, Moraes is favored by the widest line of all the fights offered.
The 145-pound featherweight title is on the line between titleholder Alexandre Almeida (18-5) and former champion Lance Palmer (10-2). The bout is a rematch of a December meeting that saw Almeida grab a unanimous decision victor and the WSOF belt from Palmer. Despite the loss, Palmer is coming in as a very slight favorite for this second meeting. Almeida is on a five fight winning streak that includes 2 wins in the WSOF.
A catchweight bout toes the line between gimmick and sport as Caros Fodor takes on Ben Fodor in a fight between adopted brothers. Ben is an 6-1-1 welterweight who has also marketed himself as super hero Phoenix Jones, a crime fighter in the Seattle area. Caros is 10-5 as an MMA fighter and that includes a cup of coffee for the UFC. He fights as a lightweight, so this match is made at a catchweight of 162 pounds. The talk around the fight is that the two men had a falling out and that there is no love lost between the two. We can judge that for ourselves after the fight.
The last of the feature NBC Sports bouts sees undefeated 4-0 Phil Hawes taking on Louis Taylor in a middleweight bout. Taylor has put together a solid five fight winning streak, which is more wins than Hawes has in his whole career. Hawes is appearing as a late replacement, having last fought on June 17th at WSOF 31. Hawes is ten years younger and he has finished all his fights, while the veteran Taylor is coming off an impressive 30 second win in his last outing back in March.
WSOF 32 Odds For Saturday
The live card features 13 fights in all, with four bouts airing on NBC Sports. The four main bouts appeared at the sports books in the last 24-48 hours, and we are unlikely to get anymore lines from the undercard. Over/under lines are up for the four fights. Check out our latest Talk ‘n’ Shoot video blog for more details.
Bantamweight 5 rounds –
Josh Hill +310 o3½ -145
Marlon Moraes -370 u3½ +125
Featherweight 5 rounds –
Lance Palmer -135 o3½ -155
Alexandre de Almeida +115 u3½ +135
Catchweight 3 rounds –
Ben Fodor +120 o2½ -245
Caros Fodor -140 u2½ +205
Middleweight 3 rounds –
Phil Hawes -170 o2½ +135
Louis Taylor +150 u2½ -155
WSOF 32 Odds For Saturday
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