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ESPN PPV Championship Boxing Odds & Fight Predictions

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ESPN Championship Boxing OddsESPN currently has a partnership with Premier Boxing Champions to be bring some amazing cards to the world’s most famous sports network. It’s a great deal for everyone, as fighters will get more exposure, fans will get more fights and gamblers have more to bet on.

The multi-year agreement with Premier Boxing Champions brings together ESPN, NBC and CBS as partners to return the sport to primetime broadcasts. Unfortunately, ESPN’s long-running Friday Night Fights will end after 17 years as a result.

Every ESPN boxing card will have odds you can bet on. Get the latest ESPN boxing lines, upset picks and betting guides for boxing cards here at Gamblers Palace. We have daily articles from boxing experts ready to help you win your wagers.

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Every major sportsbook updates their boxing odds daily, so you should keep track of fight odds as soon as they open. You can keep checking back here for the latest news.

Upcoming ESPN and PPV Fights

PPV Boxing Odds: Chris Eubank Jr. (-750) vs. Arthur Abraham (+550)

IBO super middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr. (24-1, 19 KOs) will defend his title against former two-division world champion Arthur Abraham (46-5, 30 KOs) on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at the Wembley Arena in London, England. The card airs live on pay-per-view starting 2:30 p.m. ET.

Chris Eubank’s first defense of his IBO super middleweight title will come against an experienced veteran in Arthur Abraham. Since losing a close split decision to Billy Joe Saunders in November 2014, Eubank has won six fights in a row - albeit over middling competition.

Past PPV & ESPN Events

Manny Paquiao vs. Jeff Horn

Notable ESPN Premier Boxing Champions

Adrien Broner - 32-2, 24 KOs

It seems as if Broner has been around for a while, but he’s still just 26 years old and getting better. Already a four-division champion, Broner is blessed with both power and speed and one of the best resumes in the sport.

James Degale - 22-1, 14 KOs

The 168-pound champion is the first British boxer to win both an Olympic gold medal and a world title. He’s been on an absolute tear recently, with wins over Andre Dirrell and Lucian Bute what’s next for the brash fighter?

Erickson Lubin - 13-0, 10 KOS

The undefeated Lubin is one of the rare boxers who opted to turn pro instead of going for Olympic gold. But it’s a decision that’s paying off, as “The Hammer” has been demolishing everyone that steps into the ring with him. It’s only a matter of time before he meets a legitimate world-ranked fighter.

Devon Alexander - 26-4, 14 KOs

Alexander “The Great” has become a fixture at the top of the 140 and 147-pound divisions. He’s come across some hard times as of late, with losses to Amir Khan, Aron Martinez and Shawn Porter but it’s hard to knock a guy who insists on facing the best fighters in the world. That’s grit is becoming less common in boxing these days.

Deontay Wilder - 35-0, 34 KOs

Anytime you have an undefeated heavyweight with 34 KOs in 35 fights, people are going to take notice. Wilder is a former Olympic bronze medalist and the current WBC champion, and his straight right hand might as well be registered as a deadly weapon. With a nearly 100% knockout ratio, Wilder is a fighter to watch.

Keith Thurman Jr. 27-0, 22 KOs

Thurman is a welterweight champion, ranked number one in the world and fifth-best pound-for-pound fighter as recently as June 2016. Though he’s known for his power, many have come to respect his slick technical skills as well.

Jermell Charlo - 23-0, 18 KOs, Jermall Charlo - 27-0, 12 KOs

The Charlo twins are chasing history as the first twins to hold titles in the same division. They’ll probably never end up fighting each other, but if they keep their undefeated records intact, the calls for a twin vs. twin bout would be undeniably loud and justified.

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