LFA 25 Opening Betting Odds

LFA 25 takes place at Ralston Arena in Omaha, Nebraska Friday (October 20, 2017) at 9 p.m. (ET) live on AXS TV. In the main event, hometown favorite Dakota Cochrane battles Ciro Rodrigues.

Cochrane (11-2) has gone 6-2 in his last eight fights, including a second-round submission win over Maki Pitolo at Victory FC 58 in July. The 31-year-old competes for the fifth time this year. Rodrigues (21-6) heads into this matchup on a three-fight win streak, including a upset victory over UFC veteran David Michaud at LFA 19. "Bad Boy" has only lost once since 2014 and has gone on a 8-1 run.

In the co-main event, Darrick Minner looks for his third-straight win when he faces Fernando Padilla who will be making his LFA debut. Minner (19-6) is coming off a second-round submission win over Will Shutt at Victory FC 58 in July, which was his fourth win in his last five fights. The Nebraska native has only gone the distance once in his last nine-fights. Padilla (8-1) is coming off back-to-back wins including a 35-second knockout victory over Ryan Fillingame at KOTC in September. The 20-year-old's only career loss was to DWCS winner Dan Ige at CFFC 64 earlier this year.

MMA oddsmaker Nick Kalikas opened the betting odds for the following bouts on the LFA 25 card today at 5Dimes Sportsbook.


Main Event | Welterweight | 170 lbs

Dakota Cochrane +165
Ciro Rodrigues -215

Here's my interview with Dakota Cochrane


Co-Main Event | Featherweight| 145 lbs

Fernando Padilla +100
Darrick Minner -140


Main Card | Welterweight| 170 lbs

Jordon Larson -110
Kassius Holdorf -130

Here's my interview with Kassius Holdorf


Here's my interview with Jordon Larson


More LFA 23 Odds & Interviews

"Missouri" Michael Graves +235
Emeka Ifekandu -315

Here's my interview with Emeka Ifekandu


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