- Cage Warriors 103 goes down March 9th in Copenhagen, Demark
- The interim featherweight title and interim welterweight title are on the line
- What’s the best bet?
Cage Warriors is heading to Copenhagen, Denmark, where the interim featherweight title and interim welterweight title are on the line. In the main event, Nicolas Dalby is set to take on Alex Lohore, while in the co-main Soren Bak is taking on Morgan Charriere.
Both Dalby and Bak are fighting in their home countries and are favorites to win the title on home soil.
Nicolas Dalby vs Alex Lohore Odds
|Fighter||Nicolas Dalby vs Alex Lohore Odds at Bovada|
*All odds taken 03/08/19
Dalby is the favorite for a reason given he is a UFC veteran and has fought and beat some of the top names.
Nicolas Dalby vs Alex Lohore Santos Tale of the Tape
|Elizeu Zaleski (win), Darren Till (draw), Zak Cummings (loss)||Notable Fights||Ion Pascu (loss), Colin Fletcher (win)|
|December 2018||Last fight||December 2018|
Dalby has shown he has the cardio to go all five rounds and should have the advantage in the fight. Dalby and Lohore fight similar styles where both prefer the fight to stand on the feet and, in the end, I see Dalby getting his hand raised.
Pick: Nicols Dalby (-175)
Soren Bak vs Morgan Charriere Odds
|Fighter||Soren Bak vs Morgan Charriere Odds at Bovada|
Although the main event is a toss-up, this one is not. Bak is the clear favorite and is fighting in his home country for the interim featherweight championship.
Soren Bak vs Morgan Charriere Tale of the Tape
|Paddy Pimblett (win), Alexander Jacobsen (win),||Notable Fights||Julien Greco (win), Marko Kovacevic (draw)|
|September 2018||Last fight||December 2018|
Bak is exceptional on the ground and can submit anyone, and can win fights off his back. Really, Bak is dangerous everywhere as his striking is getting better and he has shown his cardio can last all five rounds fight.
Ultimately, Bak is the biggest name on this card and he will beat Charriere rather easily. The UFC or Bellator may be calling him soon.
Pick: Soren Bak (-450)