- Kayla Harrison is a -2500 betting favorite over Cindy Dandois in the main event.
- Anthony Pettis has -210 odds against Raush Manfio.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Kayla Harrison will put her undefeated MMA record on the line against Cindy Dandois on Friday as the card’s headliner.
Anthony Pettis will be looking for his first PFL win after losing a decision to Clay Collard in his debut.
Kayla Harrison vs Cindy Dandois
Kayla Harrison is one of the biggest names in the PFL as a former Olympic Gold Medalist and has made the transition into MMA seamlessly. She is 9-0 in her career and will look to send her unbeaten streak to double-digits on Friday.
Harrison is an overwhelming favorite in the fight.
Harrison vs Dandois Betting Odds
- Kayla Harrison -2500
- Cindy Dandois +950
Cindy Dandois is 16-5 in her career and is coming off of a loss to Kaitlin Young. As any MMA betting fan would know, fights don’t have -2500 odds too often. Dandois pulling off an upset would utterly shocking, but there is very little value on Harrison’s moneyline.
To find some value, bettors can get the former Olympics star by knockout at just -155 odds. Four of her nine wins are by knockout including each of her last two fights.
Since her odds to win inside the distance is set at -650, getting -155 to win by knockout seems well worth the investment.
Anthony Pettis vs Raush Manfio
Anthony Pettis will be looking to get his first PFL win against Raush Manfio. Pettis lost a decision to Clay Collard in his PFL debut after ending his UFC career with back-to-back wins over Donald Cerrone and Alex Morono.
Pettis is a former UFC Lightweight champion but has lost nine of his last 15 fights since his last title defense. Despite his struggles, he remains the favorite on legal sports betting sites.
Pettis vs Manfio Betting Odds
- Anthony Pettis -210
- Raush Manfio +165
Pettis is by no means a lock to win but should be able to use his experience to come out victorious. Manfio is largely untested in his career, losing both of his most notable fights against Sidney Outlaw and Matt Frevola.
However, Pettis did get upset in his first PFL fight so it’s possible it happens again.
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