September 17, 2021 3 min read


Impa Kasanganay vs Cariston Harris Odds, Time, Where to Watch, and Pick

There are many interesting fights this Saturday with UFC Vegas 37 proving quite the fighting championship. Yet, few are as evenly matched as the bout between Impa Kasanganay and Cariston Harris which is placed in the preliminary card and puts both fighters at good chances to win.

Oddsmakers seem unable to pin this one, so we will take a closer look in a bid to help you figure it out. The event’s preliminary card is starting at 1 pm ET, with Kasanganay vs Harris set fairly early into the event, so don’t miss out.

Odds to Win Impa Kasanganay vs Cariston Harris

Impa Kasanganay-114
Cariston Harris-106
*Courtesy of BetOnline as of September 17

Where and When Is Vegas 37 Kasanganay vs Harris?

  • Date: Saturday, September 18
  • Time: 1 pm ET
  • Location: UFC Apex, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Watch: ESPN+

The Kasanganay vs Harris fight will be taking place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday, September 18. Tune in to watch the preliminary card which features the bout from 1 pm ET onward on ESPN+.

Tale of the Tape Kasanganay vs Harris

Impa KasanganayStatsCariston Harris
170 lbsWeight170 lbs

Harris Debuts in the UFC against Hardened Kasanganay

Here is a bout that will pit two impressive fighters. Cariston Harris is coming into the bout as a debutant as he has a single showing in the promotion so far, which he won against Christian Aguilera in May this year.

With a single showing in the UFC, you may think that Harris is really not someone to back. Yet, his overall career record stands at 16-4-0 and that’s already a good showing, especially in a sport as dangerous as MMA. He submitted Aguilera in 2:52 in his debut and he’s riding a four-win streak. All in all, he is a worthy contender and posted just behind Kasanganay.

For his part, Impa Kasanganay has a better standing in the UFC as he has already clocked in several fights. He lost a single one to Joaquin Buckley, but the other four bouts he had in the promotion resulted in a win. His most recent one in April was against Sasha Palatnikov and took only 26 seconds to complete.

He lost by KO/TKO to Buckley who pulled off a spinning back-kick that caught Kasanganay unawares and resulted in an immediate loss. Yet, despite this, the fighter is very well-rounded. He is able to go the distance as well as submit an opponent.

Posted at (-114), Kasanganay is clearly a favorite, but calling a winner in this fight is hard. The oddsmakers seem to think that the fight will definitely go the distance here and this is the most likely outcome. As to who wins will be in all likelihood result from decision ruling.


Jessie is our resident sports specialist with over 4 years of experience in sports journalism. She's worked with several prominent online sports news outlets in the past and has accrued specialist insight across a wide range of sports markets. Combined with her own love and excitement of sports, having competed at a national level during college, she aims to improve sports coverage value for our readers at GamblingNews.

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