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Cage Warriors 119 Odds, Picks & Betting Preview – Charriere vs Goodwin

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by Cole Shelton in Mixed Martial Arts

Dec 10, 2020 · 10:21 AM PST

Cage Warriors 119
The vacant lightweight and featherweight title is on the line at Cage Warriors 119
  • The third event in three days goes down on December 12th, 2020
  • The final trilogy sees the featherweight and lightweight titles on the line
  • See the odds, picks, and betting preview for the full Cage Warriors 119 main card, below

Cage Warriors is ending their year with three events in three days called The Trilogy Strikes Back. All three events go down in London, England with the final taking place on Saturday, December 12, 2020.

In the main event of Cage Warriors 119, Morgan Charriere takes on Perry Andre Goodwin for the vacant featherweight title. The co-main event sees the vacant lightweight title on the line as Jack Grant battles Agy Sardari.

Cage Warriors 119 airs live on UFC Fight Pass at 1 PM EST. The table below shows odds for the main card followed by best bets for the event.

Cage Warriors 119 Odds

Fighter Odds
Morgan Charriere -360
Perry Andre Goodwin +280
Fighter Odds
Jack Grant -250
Agy Sardari +200
Fighter Odds
Paul Hughes -180
Jordan Vucenic +150
Fighter Odds
Ian Garry -425
Lawrence Tracey +310
Fighter Odds
Kieran Lister -285
Joe McColgan +220

Odds as of Dec. 10

Who Wins The Featherweight Belt?

Morgan Charriere is looking to finally get his hands on a Cage Warriors belt. The 25-year-old came up short against Soren Bak in 2019. But after Bak left for Bellator, he is looking to win the vacant 145-pound title.

Charriere & Goodwin Recent Fights

Charriere
VS
Goodwin

Dean Trueman, win by TKO Fight 1 Steve Aimable, win by decision
Lewis Monarch, win by split decision Fight 2 Samir Alakozai, win by decision
Soren Bak, loss by majority decision (title fight) Fight 3 Rhys McKee, loss by submission
Marko Kovacevic, draw Fight 4 Alexander Gustafsson, win by TKO

Morgan Charriere is one of the best featherweight prospects in the world and if he wins the featherweight title could very well be signed to the UFC or Bellator. However, he does have his hands full against Perry Andre Goodwin who is a former lightweight and will likely be stronger than Charriere.

This should be a really good fight between two high-level strikers. Throughout his career, Goodwin has had problems with grapplers and getting submitted. However, Charriere isn’t known for his grappling, so that shouldn’t be a problem for him.

Charriere vs Goodwin Stats

Charriere
VS
Goodwin

25 Age 28
5’7″ Height 5’10”
N/A Reach N/A
1 Cage Warriors finishes 2

Early, on I expect Goodwin to use his height and range to try and keep Charriere at a distance and use his jab to pick him apart. However, Charriere has solid footwork that he will be able to use to get inside and land the big shots. Although Charreire should be able to piece up Goodwin, I do worry about his power as I don’t know if he will be able to KO the 28-year-old.

Ultimately, I expect Charriere to be the much more active striker and do enough to win a clear-cut decision to win the vacant belt.

Pick: Morgan Charriere (-360)

Is The Second Time The Charm For Jack Grant?

Jack Grant lost to now UFC fighter Jai Herbert back in 2019 for Cage Warriors vacant lightweight title, and is now getting a second shot at winning the belt.

Grant & Sardari Recent Fights

Grant
VS
Sardari

Yassine Belhadj, win by submission Fight 1 Amin Kuliev, win by KO
Jai Herbert, loss by TKO (title fight) Fight 2 Ruslan Abrekov, win by submission
Aleksi Mantykivi, win by TKO Fight 3 Yutaka Saito, win by decision
Mehdi Dakaev, win by decision Fight 4 Mauro Seoane, win by submission

Jack Grant does everything Agy Sardari does but better. Both men are great grapplers but Grant has competed in some high-profile grappling events.

On the feet, Grant has gotten a lot better in his striking defense and has shown he has KO power. A big question for both men is their cardio and if they can go five rounds. However, I don’t expect it to go the distance as I like Grant to win by stoppage in the third or fourth round.

Pick: Jack Grant (-240)

Other Cage Warriors 119 Picks:

  1. Paul Hughes (-180): Hughes is set for the toughest test of his career, but I’m super high on him and expect him to get a submission win.
  2. Ian Garry (-425): This is a setup fight for Garry to get another stoppage win and should win by first-round KO. A parlay of Garry and Charriere is a solid bet.
  3. Kieran Lister (-285): I don’t know why Bellator let Lister go as I expect him to KO McColgan in the first or second round.
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