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Stewart to Beat Fabinski and More Predictions and Best Bets for Cage Warriors 113

| March 20, 2020 3:06 am PDT
Cage Warriors 113 Predictions and Best Bets

Rejoice, MMA fans. Cage Warriors 113 will go ahead this Friday, March 20, at the Manchester BEC Arena in the UK.

The event was scheduled for the London Indigo at the O2, only for the venue to shut down for the foreseeable future. And while the fights will now go down in Manchester, you probably won’t be surprised at all to learn that they will be fought behind closed doors.

But at least we have some fights to look forward to. And those betting on Cage Warriors 113 will have some wagering opportunities to keep them going over the weekend.

As for the fights. Well, things have chopped and changed, with some competitors dropping out due to issues around travel restrictions related to the coronavirus outbreak.

As such, this card is now headlined by Darren Stewart vs. Bartosz Fabinski, who were slated to fight at this weekend’s UFC Fight Night 171 in London.

Ahead of Saturday night’s action, I’ll be looking at the best Cage Warriors 113 bets and odds, as well as giving you my opinion on who will win on the night. All odds are taken from the Betway sportsbook.

Let’s get into my Cage Warriors 113 predictions and best bets.

Stewart to Beat Fabinski by KO/TKO

Stewart to Win-225
Fabinski to Win+175

The fight that should have gone down on this weekend’s scrapped UFC London card now headlines Cage Warriors 113. Darren Stewart vs. Bartosz Fabinski is your headline bout, and I think it could be an interesting one to bet on. 

Stewart comes into this one with a record of 11-4, having won four from his last five. Interestingly enough, he was the first fighter to beat Daniel Cormier prodigy Deron Winn in the paid ranks in October.

Stewart is known for being an all-action, heavy hitter, and I think he will be looking to put a big show on for fans in Manchester on Friday. What more would you expect from a guy who calls himself “The Dentist”?

Doing the job on Fabinski in his homeland would make Stewart a happy man.

But don’t expect Fabinski to just roll over. Sure, he is a last-minute replacement on the card — replacing Marvin Vettori, who was first slated to fight Stewart at the UFC London event — but he is a tough mixed martial artist.

Fabinski’s last appearance inside the cage was a submission loss to Michel Prazeres in November 2018 at UFC Fight Night 140. But before that, he won seven fights on the bounce.

Stewart will be too sharp for him, however.

You can read more about this fight in my Stewart vs. Fabinski betting preview.

Jones to Beat McColgan by Decision

Jones to Win-450
McColgan to Win+333

Belfast boy Joe McColgan will be hoping to follow in fellow Irishman Conor McGregor’s footsteps as he eyes the Cage Warriors lightweight strap in Manchester this weekend.

McColgan takes on the unbeaten Welsh prospect Mason Jones for the title vacated by Jai Herbert when he signed for the UFC in January. 

What an opportunity it is for McColgan to show what he can do. Losses to Herbert and Arnold Quero aside, the SBG fighter has looked solid in the promotion, but this is arguably the biggest test of his career.

Jones is 8-0 as a pro and is one of the most promising young talents to emerge from a burgeoning Welsh MMA scene. 

This will be a great fight to watch, and while I expect McColgan to take the fight to Jones, the Welshman should take it on the scorecards.

Bear to Beat Jones by Submission

Bear to Win-188
Jones to Win+150

France’s David Bear makes his Cage Warriors debut against veteran Nathan Jones in Manchester.

Bear comes into this fight off the back of a first-round knockout victory over Pawel Kielek and enters the contest as the favorite on the night.

Although a solid talent, Bear has not yet proven himself on the highest stage. So it will be interesting to see how he deals with Jones.

The Englishman is 2-0 in his last two but lost four on the bounce before then.

Both guys have very strong submission games, but I’m leaning towards Bear for the win, by sub, on the night.

Pimblett to Beat Dalton by Submission

Pimblett to Win-350
Dalton to Win+275

Former Cage Warriors champion Paddy Pimblett was tipped for big things on the bigger stage of MMA but has turned down three offers to sign for the UFC.

On Friday, he faces Ireland’s Decky Dalton in a fight that should be one of the most exciting clashes of the evening.

Dalton is riding a four-fight winning streak into the cage, with three of those wins coming by way of submission. 

Pimblett is still one of the best featherweights in Europe, and I think he has too much for Dalton. The Englishman will win this one by submission.

Aimable to Beat Goodwin by KO/TKO

Aimable to Win-163
Goodwin to Win+130

Steve Aimable pushed Cage Warriors featherweight king Mads Burnell to the cards in December in a bout that would have been for the title had he not missed weight.

Aimable will now be looking to work himself back into contention for a title shot by beating Perry Goodwin on Friday.

Goodwin is 2-3 in his last five and will be facing an uphill task against Aimable.

I see this one ending in a stoppage for Aimable.

More Cage Warriors 113 Predictions

There are another six fights to look forward to on the night. Here are my winners’ predictions for each one.

  • O’Gorman (+100) to Beat Hignett (-125)
  • Amarasinghe (-334) to Beat Bond (+250)
  • Richardson (-125) to Beat Bonner (+100)
  • Hendin (-350) to Beat Edwards (+275)
  • Stephen (-250) to Beat Collins (+200)
  • Monarch (-150) to Beat Crawford (+137)

Cage Warriors 113 Best Bets

  • Darren Stewart to Beat Bartosz Fabinski (-225)
  • Steve Aimable to Beat Perry Goodwin (-163)
  • Darren O’Gorman to Beat Coner Hignett (+100)

If you can find odds on Darren Stewart to beat Bartosz Fabinski by way of KO/TKO, I would suggest taking them.

But as the latest Cage Warriors 113 prop bets are not available yet, you might have to wait a little closer to fight night to see what they are. With the action set to go down on Friday, this shouldn’t be too much longer.

If you fancy Stewart just to win, you can get odds of -225 on him having his arm raised at the end of the fight.

Steve Aimable’s odds to beat Perry Goodwin are -163, and I’m happy enough with these. Aimable should have too much on the night for his fellow Englishman. The former featherweight title challenger looks solid. 

And finally, get on Darren O’Gorman to beat Coner Hignett at +100. O’Gorman is a slight underdog, but I think he takes this one on the cards.

Closing Words on CW 113

Sports might be absolutely devastated by the coronavirus outbreak, but at least we have Cage Warriors 113 to look forward to.

This card should be full of action, even if it will be a little strange watching these guys go at it in front of an empty arena.

You can get your bets on through our recommended MMA betting sites. Keep your eyes peeled for any prop bets that might be released.

But most of all, enjoy the fights!

Adam Haynes

Adam is a sports writer and tipster with a strong background in MMA, boxing, and combat sports.

When Adam isn't writing about those, as well as politics, rugby, and Gaelic Games, he can be found working on methods and strategies to beat the bookies.

For his troubles, Adam is a fan of Leinster Rugby, Glasgow Celtic, and trusting the process.

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