Final X Betting Odds for Lincoln

Yesterday, USAW and Flo unveiled the line-up order for Final X Lincoln.

The roster contains six World medalists, five of whom reached a final. It will start with James Green and end with Jordan Burroughs, both former Huskers.

Odds were posted on BetDSI for all Final X sites. We'll list the odds for Lincoln here and discuss other matchups in successive weeks.

55KG: Becka Leathers vs. Jacarra Winchester

Leathers: -$325

Winchester: +$260

Series to end in 2 bouts: -$250

Series to go 3 bouts: +$200


57KG: Thomas Gilman vs. Daton Fix

Gilman: -$140

Fix: +$110

Series to end in 2 bouts: -$140

Series to go 3 bouts: +$110

Match 1 total points: Over/Under 8.5pts


59KG: Alli Ragan vs. Jenna Burkert

Ragan: -$270

Burkert: +$225

Series to end in 2 bouts: -$225

Series to go 3 bouts: +$180


70KG: James Green vs. Jason Chamberlain

Green:  -$210

Chamberlain: +$165

Series to end in 2 bouts: -$160

Series to go 3 bouts: +$125

Match 1 total points: Over/Under 7.5pts


74KG: Jordan Burroughs vs. Isaiah Martinez

Burroughs: -$500

Martinez: +$350

Series to end in 2 bouts: -$375

Series to go 3 bouts: +$300

Match 1 total points: Over/Under 11.5pts

Match 2: Jordan Burroughs -3.5pts


97KG: Kyle Snyder vs. Kyven Gadson

Snyder: -$750

Gadson: +$500

Series to end in 2 bouts: -$500

Series to go 3 bouts: +$350



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