Combate Americas, founded by UFC co-creator Campbell McLaren, will stage a one-night, eight-man elimination tournament featuring a grand prize of $100,000. Airing exclusively on Telemundo and NBCSN, as well as Azteca Siete and ESPN Latin America, “Copa Combate” takes place TONIGHT (Sat., Nov. 11, 2017) in Cancun, Mexico.

Now that the “Copa Combate” weigh ins are complete and all eight tournament fighters stepped on the scale (full results here), our friends at MMA Oddsbreaker set the betting lines for tonight’s bantamweight quarterfinals.

See for yourself:

Mikey Erosa +150
Marcelo Rojo -190

Carlos Rivera +175
Levy Saul Marroquin -245

Kevin Moreyra +260
John Castaneda -380

Alejandro Abomohor +250
Marc Gomez -350

To bet on any of the above fights, head over to MMA Oddsbreaker and click the 5DIMES link right here.

For more on the tournament seeding and how the brackets work, check out this comprehensive FanPost from one of our dedicated readers and Combate Americas super fan right here.

Castaneda, the tournament’s No. 1 seed after a blistering 6-0 run through the 135-pound ranks of Combate Americas, talked to MMA Oddsbreaker about his spot in the “Copa Combate” tournament below:

Here is the complete “Copa Combate” fight card and line up:

Copa Combate Tournament:

Quarterfinals:

135 lbs.: Mikey “El Terrible” Erosa vs. Marcelo “Pitbull” Rojo
135 lbs.: Levy Saul Marroquin vs. Carlos “Lobo” Rivera
135 lbs.: John “Sexy Mexy” Castaneda vs. Kevin “El Frio” Moreyra
135 lbs.: Marc “Lufo” Gomez vs. Alejandro ‘Pitbull’ Abomohor

Semifinals:

135 lbs.: Winner of Erosa-Rojo vs. Winner of Marroquin-Rivera
135 lbs.: Winner of Castaneda-Moreya vs. Winner of Gomez-Abomohor

135 lbs.: Tournament final

Copa Combate Feature Fights:

115 lbs.: Melissa ‘Super Mely’ Martinez vs. Gloria ‘Gloriosa’ Bravo
105 lbs.: Sheila Padilla vs. Lisbeth Lopez ‘Bunny’ Silva
135 lbs.: Felipe Vargas vs. Victor Hugo ‘Periquito’ Madrigal (tournament alternate bout)

Here’s how to watch:

Telemundo En Vivo app: 9 p.m. ET
Combate Americas Facebook live: 9 p.m. ET
Telemundo: 11:30 p.m. ET
NBCSN: 11:30 p.m. ET
Azteca Siete: 10:30 p.m. CST
ESPN Latin America: 10:30 p.m. CST

For much more on tonight’s “Copa Combate” event click here.