Cage Warriors 113 Betting Preview, Odds and Picks

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Cage Warriors 113 is now one of only a few sporting events happening this weekend. It will take place behind closed doors in Manchester, where it’s been moved from London. Nevertheless, this is one of the rare betting opportunities at the moment and if you want to give it a go, this Cage Warriors 113 betting preview will hopefully help you.

  • Date: March 20, 2020
  • Venue: Manchester BEC Arena
  • How to watch: CageWarriors.com, UFC Fight Pass

Darren Stewart vs Bartosz Fabinski Preview

Fighter Odds at BetOnline.ag
Darren Stewart -260
Bartosz Fabinski +200

We will start our Cage Warriors 113 betting preview with the headliner fight, which is the clash between two UFC fighters, Darren Stewart and Bartosz Fabinski.

Stewart was supposed to go toe-to-toe with Marvin Vettori in the octagon on Saturday in the UFC Fight Night London. However, that event got canceled due to the outbreak, but it was decided that the British fighter will have a fight this weekend. Instead of facing Vettori in the UFC, he is going to face Bartosz Fabinski in Cage Warriors 113.

Stewart is a big favorite in this middleweight fight for several reasons. Not only is he more experienced at fighting at a high level than his opponent, but he’s also in top shape at the moment. That’s not the case with the Polish fighter, who’s stepped into this bout without having too much time to prepare.

Stewart vs Fabinski prediction: Stewart

Mason Jones vs Joe McColgan Preview

Fighter Odds at BetOnline.ag
Mason Jones -280
Joe McColgan +240

Darren Stewart vs Bartosz Fabinski will headline CW113 even though neither fighter is fighting under the banner of this promotion. The most attractive bout with fighters with Cage Warrior contracts is the Mason Jones vs Joe McColgan fight, which will decide who takes the vacant lightweight title.

Both of them are coming into the title fight after the fighters whom they were supposed to face pulled out. They might not be 100% prepared for the fight technically, but you can be certain their hearts are ready for the big fight.

Neither fighter will lack any motivation here even though there aren’t going to be any fans to cheer them up. What’s probably going to decide the winner is the technical ability of the fighter. That said, Mason Jones is the favorite here.

Jones vs McColgan prediction: Jones

Nathan Jones vs David Bear Preview

Fighter Odds at BetOnline.ag
Nathan Jones +128
David Bear -160

Betting odds suggest that David Bear is the favorite here. However, the odds on Nathan Jones have started shortening. The reason for that is that the English fighter is more experienced than his opponent. In fact, Jones has a total of 22 professional fights in his portfolio; the French fighter has only 9.

Even though Bear has a much better winning percentage (8W-1L) than Jones (13W-9L), the English fighter has competed in more high-profile events than the Frenchman. Jones is a Cage Warriors veteran who’s even competed in Bellator MMA. Bear, on the other hand, is making his Cage Warriors debut on Friday in CW113.

Jones vs Bear prediction: Jones

Paddy Pimblett vs Decky Dalton Preview

Fighter Odds at BetOnline.ag
Paddy Pimblett -310
Decky Dalton +260

According to MMA sports betting sites, Paddy Pimblett is a huge favorite against Decky Dalton. We agree, Pimblett is a rising talent in Cage Warriors and a potential MMA superstar. However, his fighting talent is not the only advantage he has over his opponent in CW113.

The biggest problem for Dalton is that he’s received a late notice to prepare for the fight. Pimblett was supposed to fight with Davide Martinez, an Italian fighter who couldn’t fly to the UK due to the coronavirus travel ban.

Pimblett vs Dalton prediction: Pimblett

Cage Warriors 113 Prelims

In addition to the four fights in the main card, the CW113 will also feature several preliminaries. At the moment, the planed preliminary fights are the following:

  • Perry Goodwin (+111) vs Steve Aimable (-140)
  • Darren O’Gorman (+105) vs Coner Hignett (-125)
  • Adam Amarasinghe (-330) vs Jake Bond (+270)
  • Matthew Bonner (-115) vs. Jamie Richardson (-105)
  • Kris Edwards (+250) vs James Hendin (-300)
  • Lewis Monarch (-130) vs Kingsley Crawford (+103)