Bellator 37 Fight Card Betting

Bellator 37 will debut this year’s Featherweight tournament quarterfinals with four exciting fights that promise to deliver all night long.

The Bellator Featherweight division is filled with talent and all eight fighters have a chance to make a run at the title shot awarded to the tournament Sportsbook later in the year.

The fight that fans want to see the most on the Bellator 37 fight card will be the matchup between Georgi Karakhanyan (14-2-1) and Patricio Freire (14-1). Considered two of the top contenders in the division, this fight will determine who the favorite will be for the rest of the Bellator Featherweight tournament.

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Freire will likely be a slight favorite when they walk into the cage, but this fight is a tough one to pick.

If there’s any edge in this fight it would have to go to Freire because he has the best ground skills of the two. Both are submission fighters, but Freire is slightly better on the ground. If the fight remains standing it could go either way.

Undefeated Nazareno Malegarie (19-0) is the other fighter in the Bellator Featherweight tournament that has a good chance to go all the way. His quarterfinal fight will be against Daniel Straus (14-3). The oddsmakers are likely to make Malegarie a heavy favorite at Sportsbook, and out the four tournament fights on the card a bet on Malegarie to win looks like the safest money.

Wilson Reis (11-2) and Zac George (20-3) will pit their submission skills against each other to see who has the best ground game. If the fight plays out that way look for Reis to hold the edge over George.

It’s possible that either fighter decides to come into it with a standing attack to throw off their opponent, but like most grappling matchups, it will eventually end up on the floor. We think Reis via submission is the most likely outcome for this one.

Two young fighters will get a chance at early glory when Kenny Foster and Zac George determine the best up-and-coming fighter in the division. George only has three professional fights and this one against Foster will be his second for Bellator. Foster has been fighting professionally for less than two years, yet he’s managed to fight ten times in that short time period.

Look for Foster to take advantage of George’s inexperience and eventually find a way to get the best of his opponent. The line on Foster will likely be affordable enough to be a safe pick at a bargain price.