The anticipation is building as we gear up for Peak Fighting Championship’s (PFC) 32nd installment, promising a night of thrilling pro fights that will keep fans on the edge of their seats. Let’s dive straight into the betting odds and get you up to speed on the matchups.
AD Palmore (+120) vs. Julio Cesar (-150)
Kicking off the pro fights is a rematch between AD Palmore and Julio Cesar. With Palmore at +120 and Cesar at -150, the odds are tight, and both fighters are hungry for redemption. Let’s hope this time we’ll see a clear winner emerge.
Natalie Salcedo (-105) vs. Amber Terrell (-125)
In the lone professional female fight outside the main card, Natalie Salcedo, at -105, faces off against Amber Terrell, who stands at -125 odds. These ladies are ready to throw down and make their mark in the PFC.
JC Deleon (+160) vs. Gevoni Cruz (-175)
Up next, JC Deleon, the underdog at +160, squares off against the seasoned veteran Gevoni Cruz, holding odds of -175. It’s a clash of styles and experience that promises an exciting showdown.
Joel Guzman (-150) vs. Cody Bradford (+120)
Following that, we have Joel Guzman at -150 taking on Cody Bradford at +120. Bradford’s back in the PFC cage, aiming to start his contract with an upset. This one’s a must-watch.
Jazmine Shannon (+200) vs. Natalya Speece (-220)
The second professional female fight of the night and the only one on the main card features Jazmine Shannon at +200 against Natalya Speece, favored at -220. Speece is looking to notch her first victory in over four months, and this could be her moment.
Mateo Gonzalez (+170) vs. Xavier Franklin (-200)
Mateo Gonzalez at +170 takes on Xavier Franklin at -200, setting the stage for a potentially scrappy battle before the co-main event. Keep your eyes on this one.
Evan Cutts (+115) vs. Kris Vereen (-145)
Our co-main event is a rematch from PFC 30’s main event. Evan Cutts, at +115, goes toe-to-toe with the undefeated Kris Vereen, favored at -145. This fight could truly swing in either direction, making it one to watch.
Rafael Alves (-300) vs. Marcos Sorriso (+450)
In the main event, we’ve got former UFC fighter Rafael Alves, a heavy favorite at -300, taking on the major underdog Marcos Sorriso, standing at +450 odds. It’s a battle of experience against the odds, and anything can happen in the cage.
As PFC 32 approaches, the betting odds are heating up, and the fighters are ready to leave it all in the cage. Stay tuned for what promises to be an action-packed night of pro fights that could deliver some jaw-dropping surprises.