Fury Fighting Championship Odds: 16 Fights from Texas

  • Fury FC 43 from Houston, Texas on 22 May
  • Fans can watch 16 fights, including a title fight
  • Leomana Martinez is defending champion and favorite to win again
Fury Fighting Championship odds

The last date of the Fury Fighting Championship, Fury FC 43 has been postponed from March to this Friday. Fans can watch again lots of great fights, including the Fury FC Bantamweight title fight between Leomana Martinez and Peter Caballero. Let’s see the favorites according to the Fury Fighting Championship odds. 

Fury Fighting Championship is a Professional Combative Sports Promotion in the United States.The main fight of the night will be the Bantamweight title fight but you can also watch 15 other fights during the night. There will be some newcomer in the series, along with women’s fights, but the main focus will be on the more experienced fighters. 

In the Fury Fighting Championship odds Martinez is the favorite of the title fight

Leomana Martinez will try to defend his Bantamweight title and his superb winning statistics, with 6 wins against 1 loss. Even though he is only 24-year-old, this is his fourth year as a pro and has been very convincing so far. He is also on a winning streak, winning his last five games and is confident he can continue his great series. Another win can also be important for his future career which might include an invite to UFC.  Online gambling sites in the US are favoring him to defend his title with the odds of 1.28 to win. 

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His opponent is Peter Caballero, who has a much worse record with 7 wins and 4 losses, but he is a tough guy and a decent wrestler. But Caballero is ranked much lower than Martinez, he i s only 274th on the US Pro Bantamweight list. Just to demonstrate the difference, Martinez is 58th on the same list. No wonder that the odds for Caballero’s win is much higher, 3.50 at 1xBet Sportsbook. 

Other favorites to win the fights

Kai Kamaka III has the odds of 1.57 to win his fight against Colin Wright. Kamaka, the “Fighting Hawaiian” also has a great statistic, with 6 wins and 2 losses. He is ranked 7th in the Hawaii Pro Featherweights ranking and 51st in California. While Wright is ranked 2nd in Louisiana and 145th in the US, which is not a bad place. He has the odds of 2.325 at 1xBet Sportsbook to win the fight in the Fury Fighting Championship odds. With this result he would improve on his current 9-5-0 record. 

The two following fighters who will face each other, Adrian Yanez and Ricky Turcios have a very similar record. Yanez has 10 wins and 3 losses compared to the 10-2-0 record of Turcios. Online sportsbooks in the US still consider Yanez the favorite with the odds of 1.31. He had three victories last year, two with finishes, which can explain his odds. He is not lacking confidence either after predicting an early finish over his opponent in the 135-pound co-main event. Turcios has been fighting in the Contender Series though, which is a great place to showcase your talent and become a UFC fighter which is the dream of Yanez as well.  

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