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Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz Jr.

Ruiz Jr. is good boxer, but Joshua could very well be a great boxer. Joshua is ranked as the top heavyweight in the world, while Ruiz is not even ranked in the Top 10. Continue...

Callum Smith vs. Hassan N’Dam

Callum Smith is 29 years old and was born in Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom where he currently resides. He has a record of 25-0 with a total of 18 knockouts. He is six feet and three inches tall and fights with an orthodox stance. He is currently ranked as the No. 1 fighter in the super middleweight division. Continue...

Austin Trout vs. Terrell Gausha

Austin Trout is 33 years old and was born in Las Cruces, New Mexico where he currently lives. He has a record of 31-5 with a total of 17 knockouts. He is five feet and nine and a half inches tall and fights with a southpaw stance. Continue...

Ivan Baranchyk vs. Josh Taylor

Both Baranchyk and Taylor are undefeated in their careers, but Taylor is listed as a big favorite. Taylor has more power, as he has a knockout percentage over 80% while Baranchyk is barely over 60%. Taylor said that he knows that Baranchyk has no desire to go to Scotland. Continue...

Jarrett Hurd vs. Julian Williams

Jarrett Hurd will defend his WBA and IBF Junior Middleweight titles, as he takes on Julian Williams on Saturday May, 11 in a fight that can be seen on FOX. Hurd comes into this fight unbeaten at 23-0, with 16 knockouts, while Williams is 26-1-1 with 16 knockouts. Hurd will be listed as the favorite in this bout and he will have the advantage of fighting in front of his fans in Virginia. Continue...

Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs

Canelo Alvarez will defend his WBC and WBA title when he takes on Daniel Jacobs on Saturday, May 4 in Las Vegas in a fight that can be seen on DAZN. Jacobs will be defending his IBF title in this fight. Alvarez is 51-1-2 in his career, while Jacobs is 35-2. Alvarez is listed as almost a 4-1 favorite to win this fight. Continue...

Zolani Tete vs. Nonito Donaire

Two big punchers will collide on Saturday, April 27 at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana, as Zolani Tete takes on Nonito Donaire. The fight is a World Boxing Super Series semifinal with the winner taking on the winner of the bout between Naoya Inoue and Emmanuel Rodriguez for the WBO/WBA bantamweight title. Tete comes into this fight with a record of 28-3, while Donaire is 39-5. The two have combined for 46 knockouts. Continue...

Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan

Current champion Terence Crawford is a big favorite against underdog challenger Amir Khan for the WBO Welterweight Title on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York in a fight that can be seen on Pay-Per-View. Crawford’s record is 34-0, while Khan’s record is 33-4. In his last fight, Crawford defeated José Benavidez Jr. by TKO; while Khan defeated Samuel Vargas by unanimous decision. Continue...

Lamont Peterson vs. Sergey Lipinets

Lamont Peterson and Sergey Lipinets will be going against each other in a welterweight bout on March 24, 2019 at MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland in a fight that can be seen on FS1. In his last fight, Peterson lost to Errol Spence Jr. by corner retirement, while Lipinets defeated Erick Bone by majority decision. When the boxing odds are released, Lipinets should be listed as a very small favorite. Continue...

Errol Spence Jr. vs. Mikey Garcia

Errol Spence Jr. is 29 years old and was born in Long Island, New York and now resides in Desoto, Texas. He has a record of 24-0 with a total of 21 knockouts. He is five feet and nine and half inches tall and fights with a southpaw stance. He is currently ranked second in the world in the welterweight division. Continue...

Shawn Porter vs. Yordenis Ugas

In his last five fights, Castano has five wins and no losses. He defeated Aaron García by unanimous decision, Marcus Upshaw by TKO in the fifth round, Emmanuel de Jesús by KO in the sixth round, Michel Soro by split decision, and Cédric Vitu by TKO in the 12th round. Castano gets a knockout win 73% of the time. Continue...

Brian Castano vs. Erislandy Lara

In his last five fights, Castano has five wins and no losses. He defeated Aaron García by unanimous decision, Marcus Upshaw by TKO in the fifth round, Emmanuel de Jesús by KO in the sixth round, Michel Soro by split decision, and Cédric Vitu by TKO in the 12th round. Castano gets a knockout win 73% of the time. Continue...

Anthony Dirrell vs. Avni Yildirim

Anthony Dirrell and Avni Yildirim will be going against each other for the vacant WBC Super Middleweight Championship Title on February 23, 2019 at Minneapolis Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota in a fight that can be seen on FS1. In their last fights, Dirrell defeated Abraham Han by unanimous decision, while Yildirim defeated Lolenga Mock by majority decision. The odds for this fight have Dirrell as a big favorite. Continue...

Leo Santa Cruz vs. Rafael Rivera

Leo Santa Cruz will be defending his WBA Super Featherweight Championship Title against challenger Rafael Rivera on February 16, 2019 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California in a fight that can be seen on FOX. In his last fight, Cruz defeated Abner Mares by unanimous decision, while Rivera defeated Jose Ramos by KO in his last fight. Continue...

Keith Thurman vs. Josesito Lopez

Keith Thurman will be defending his WBA Super Welterweight Championship title against challenger Josesito Lopez on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York in a fight that can be seen on FOX. In his last fight Thurman defeated Danny García by split decision, while in his last fight it was Lopez defeating Miguel Cruz by unanimous decision. When the odds come out, Lopez will most likely be the underdog in this fight. Continue...

Jermall Charlo vs. Willie Monroe Jr.

Even though the odds have not come out yet, it is most likely that Monroe Jr. will be the underdog and most likely at a big price. If Monroe Jr. wants a chance to win this fight, he must force a decision otherwise he is almost assuredly going to lose. Monroe Jr. has to hope that Charlo gets overconfident and lets his guard down and that the fight turns into a dull affair. Charlo on the other hand has a better chance of getting a knockout win against Monroe Jr. and with his explosive power and strength Charlo should be able to get the knockout. Charlo and Monroe Jr. have fought at the Barclays Center before and know what to expect at this location. Continue...

Rocky Fielding vs. Saul Canelo Alvarez

Rocky Fielding is 31 years old and was born in Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom and now resides in Warrington, Cheshire, United Kingdom. He has a record of 27-1 with a total of 15 knockouts. He is six feet and one inch and fights an orthodox stance. He is currently ranked No. 6 in the world in the super-middleweight division. Continue...

Tony Bellew vs. Oleksandr Usyk

Tony Bellew is one of the better known and respected names at offshore sportsbooks when it comes to boxing and a past championship belt holder in his own right. But Bellew will be facing one of the toughest opponents of his career when he faces current cruiserweight unification champion Oleksandr Usyk on November 10. All four of Usyk’s cruiserweight title belts will be on the line at Manchester Arena. Usyk has been so dominant that he has opened as an overwhelming favorite for this championship bout. But Bellew is a proven recent champion that has more than a puncher’s chance in this one. Continue...

Ryan Burnett vs. Nonito Donaire

Defending World Boxing Association Super World Bantamweight champion Ryan Burnett has emerged as one of the top pound for pound fighters of any class and is quickly becoming one of the most respected boxers in the game. But Burnett will be facing one of the toughest challenges of his career on November 3, 2018 when he faces Nonito Donaire, a multiple world champion from various different weight classes. While Donaire may be past his prime he is still a dangerous challenger with the veteran savvy to take the belt. Continue...

Sergiy Derevyanchenko vs. Daniel Jacobs

Sergei “The Technician” Derevyanchenko (12-0, 10 knockouts) made a name for himself as one of the top amateur boxers in the world and brings an undefeated record to the line when he will face Daniel Jacobs for the International Boxing Federation World Middleweight title. This will be Derevyanchenko’s first professional title bout for his career and it is quite the opportunity as he will be going up against one of the most respected boxers in any class in Daniel Jacobs. Jacobs (34-2, 29 knockouts), is known as the “Miracle Man” due to his inspiring story of beating bone cancer. Beyond that he is a brutal puncher and one of the most complete fighters in the sport. Continue...

Walter Kautondokwa vs. Demetrius Andrade

Demetrius Andrade was scheduled to fight Billy Joe Saunders for the World Boxing Organization World Middleweight title but on September 27 it was announced that Saunders had tested positive for oxilofrine, which is labeled as a stimulant. Despite the protests of Saunders and his camp that the substance was due to use of a nasal spray he was not allowed to take on Andrade while costing him over $2 million in the process. As a result of the suspension to Saunders Namibian boxer Walter Kautondokwa has stepped into fill the void and will take on Andrade for the World Boxing Organization World Middleweight title. Continue...

Crawford vs. Jose Benavidez Jr

Current World Boxing Organization World Welterweight champion Terence Crawford is simply one of the most dominant boxers of this or any time.  As a matter of fact, he is being compared with college football’s Alabama Crimson Tide as far as his level of dominance. The latest challenger to Crawford is going to be undefeated Jose Benavidez Jr.  And while Benavidez has never lost a fight he is lightly regarded as a boxer that has built his record up against weak opponents.  And the betting odds reflect this perception with Crawford as a massive favorite over Benavidez in this upcoming bout. . Continue...

Callum Smith vs. George Groves

Callum Smith (24-0 17 knockouts) may not be known as well-known as World Boxing Association World Super Middleweight champion George Groves (28-2, 20 knockouts) but that could very well change when the two Brits meet in Saudi Arabia on September 28 as part of the World Series of Boxing and for Groves’ title belt. While Groves is the top ranked middleweight by most publications Smith is also highly ranked at fourth. Also, of concern is Groves’ recent separated shoulder caused in his last fight in which he had to rehab. This fight has been delayed since June as a result of that injury. Continue...

Alexander Povetkin vs. Anthony Joshua

Fight fans, aficionados and long-time boxing historians would be hard pressed to find a more dominant pound for pound fighter than current unification heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. Joshua has scored knockout wins in 20 of his 21 career victories and is well regarded for his powerful punching ability. In fact, he is so devastating that only someone like Alexander Povetkin would figure to stand a chance. Povetkin may not rate the same as Joshua for knockout ability but he is arguably the toughest pound for pound fighter that can be found anywhere. Joshua and Povetkin will square off for the world unification super heavyweight championship. Continue...

Gennady Golovkin vs. Saul Alvarez

It is already being touted as Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez II and with plenty of good reason. Golovkin and Alvarez fought to a highly controversial draw one year ago despite the fact that most observers and experts believe that Golovkin should have won. That World Unification Middleweight title fight ended with demands that a rematch be immediately set up. And one was indeed set up but cancelled last spring when Alvarez tested positive for a banned substance that he says came from eating Mexican beef. Alvarez vows that he has never cheated and that he will be clean for this rematch. For Golovkin this is a chance to settle things once and for all with Canelo to become the undisputed unified champion. Continue...

Jose Carlos Ramirez vs. Antonio Orozco

Jose Carlos Ramirez is already one of the most accomplished and respected boxers in any weight class despite the fact that he is only 26 years of age. Ramirez remains undefeated for his professional career and is the current title belt holder of the World Boxing Council World Super Lightweight division. But Ramirez could be facing one of the most difficult opponents ever in his career when he steps into the ring against undefeated Antonio Orozco at the Save Mart Arena in Fresno on September 14. Orozco is in fact higher rated and considered by many to be ready to win a championship. Jose Carlos Ramirez will face Antonio Orozco for the WBC World Super Lightweight title in one of the most highly anticipated fight matches of the year. Continue...

Donnie Nietes vs. Aston Palicte

Few boxers carry the cache and respect of veteran champion Donnie Nietes. The native of the Philippines known as “Ahas” is a three time world champion from three different weight classes that carries the credibility of someone that has fought against the best for the biggest of stakes. On September 8, however, Nietes will going up against a virtual unknown by the name of Aston Palicte, also a native and resident of the Philippines. At stake will be the World Boxing Organization World Super Flyweight title. For Nietes this is old hand and just another routine day at the office. But for Palicte this is the opportunity of a lifetime. A win over Nietes would not just bring Palicte a title belt but also instant and permanent credibility. Continue...

Shawn Porter vs. Danny Garcia

It would be incredibly difficult to find a boxing match that is more even or for that matter more eagerly anticipated than the upcoming World Boxing Council World Welterweight title bout between Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia. Both have flashed title belts in their mutually illustrative careers and yet both suffered recent defeats at the hands of Keith Thurman. Since losing to Thurman both Porter and Garcia have been on a mission to reclaim their reputations as well as championship title belts. In a battle of champions Porter and Garcia will meet on September 8 in a Showtime championship bout from Brooklyn, New York. Continue...

Jose Padraza vs. Raymundo Beltran

When it comes to championship pedigree and credibility there are few fighters that can match Raymundo Beltran. The Mexican native known as “Sugar” brings a record of big time success that is hard for opponents to match. The latest of such opponents is Jose Pedraza, who will challenge Beltran for the World Boxing Organization World Lightweight title on August 25 in Beltran’s backyard of metro Phoenix, where he currently resides. Beltran has the championship resume of a WBC-NABF Lightweight title. Best of all at age 37 he shows no signs of slowing down. For Pedraza this fight is the opportunity of a lifetime. But gamblers must consider whether or not he has more than the proverbial puncher’s chance. Continue...

Luke Jackson vs. Carl Frampton

Carl Frampton is one of the most respected featherweights anywhere and has been on the comeback trail since suffering the only loss of his career in January of 2017 when he went down to Leo Santa Cruz for the World Boxing Association Super World Featherweight title. Since that time, he has responded with two wins and the interim World Boxing Organization World Featherweight title belt. Luke Jackson has never lost a fight but has gone up against weak and unheralded competition. Without question his bout against Frampton will be the biggest of his career. Continue...

Sergey Kovalev vs. Eleider Alvarez

After a lot of haggling, numerous names being floated, and artful dodges by Adonis Stevenson, a world light heavyweight championship bout matchup has finally been put together for August 4, 2018. Defending World Boxing Organization world light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev will face highly regarded challenger Eleider Alvarez. This HBO championship fight will take place in Atlantic City. The fight has gotten plenty of headlines and attention for the one man that will not be in the ring at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; Adonis Stevenson. Continue...

Mikey Garcia vs. Robert Easter

Mikey Garcia is one of the most respected boxers in the world. He has won four different weight class world championships and is undefeated for his career. In fact, Garcia is ranked as the fifth best pound for pound boxer on planet Earth. Garcia is also one of Southern California’s most popular athletes, let alone boxers. And he will have his hometown fans out in full force support at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on July 28 when he faces Robert Easter Jr for the International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Council World Lightweight titles. Easter Jr has rapidly emerged as a World Class title contender in his own right and is undefeated for his career. This Showtime bout is Easter’s biggest opportunity yet. Continue...

Murat Gassiev vs. Oleksandr Usyk

The unification World Cruiserweight title will be on the line July 21 in Moscow when Oleksandr Usyk takes on Murat Gassiev. Both fighters are undefeated and hold a pair of title belts. Murat Gassiev is the World Boxing Association Super World and International Boxing Federation World Cruiserweight champion while Oleksandr Usyk is the World Boxing Council World and World Boxing Organization World Cruiserweight title belt holder. The winner of this bout will take home all four belts. Also on the line is the Muhammad Ali trophy which is to be given to the champion of the World Boxing Super Series competition. Continue...

Manny Pacquiao vs. Lucas Martin Matthysse

The World Boxing Association World Welterweight title will be on the line as defending champion Lucas Martin Matthysse will defend his belt against Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao on July 15 at Kuala Lumpur. Despite the fact that he is the defending champ Matthysse is the underdog. Continue...

Jose Ramirez vs. Danny O’Connor

Jose Carlos Ramirez (22-0) has never lost a fight in his relatively young professional career and currently holds the World Boxing Council World Super Lightweight title belt. And on July 7 he will defend his championship for the first time against challenger Danny O’Connor (30-3-0). The rough and ready Irish American is a long-time veteran in search of his first major title. Ramirez should be a solid favorite to hold off the challenge. But O’Connor has the toughness and experience to have more than a puncher’s chance. Continue...

Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez vs. Roamer Alexis Angulo

Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (37-0-0) has never lost a fight in his career and is the World Boxing Organization World Super Middleweight champion. Ramirez will defend his title belt against another man that has never lost a fight. Roamer Alexis Angulo (26-0-0) is a little known fighter from Columbia that will be stepping not just into the ring but into the biggest opportunity of his career. Ramirez will be an overwhelming favorite for the bout and its understandable as to why. His championship record and established ability to defend his title makes boxing fans and gamblers quite comfortable. Angulo has not fought anyone of the same caliber as Ramirez and has never won a major title. Gamblers will be flocking to action on “Zurdo. Continue...

Billy Joe Saunders vs. Martin Murray

Billy Joe Saunders (26-0-0) has emerged as one of the most dominant and devastating boxers at any level with the ultimate proof of his excellence being his World Boxing Organization World Middleweight title belt, which he has held since 2015. Veteran boxer Martin Murray (36-4-1) is set to challenge Saunders for his championship and is slated as a prohibitive underdog in the match. Murray is no stranger to championship boxing having held the title belt from the World Boxing Association in the Middleweight class from 2012 to 2014. Continue

Terence Crawford vs. Jeff Horn

Jeff Horn (18-0-1) has never lost a fight and is coming off a win for the World Boxing Organization World Welterweight title yet will be a major underdog in his fight against Terence Crawford.  Crawford (32-0-0) holds multiple title belts in the World Super Lightweight class but will enter the Welterweight division in order to expand his collection.  His success as a Super Lightweight has given him considerable credibility and cache with gamblers and fans.  Horn and Crawford meet for the World Boxing Organization Welterweight title on June 9. Continue

Leo Santa Cruz vs. Abner Mares

It has taken nearly three years but the highly anticipated rematch between Leo Santa Cruz (34-1-1) and Abner Mares (31-2-1) has finally arrived. Santa Cruz and Mares will fight it out for the World Boxing Association Super World Featherweight title. When they last met on August 29, 2015 it was Santa Cruz that prevailed in a 12 round MD win for the World Boxing Association Super World Featherweight championship. The bout took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, as will this rematch. Ironically enough Santa Cruz lost his second bout after that win over Mares. Mares meanwhile has won his two fights since that painful defeat. Continue

Jamie McDonnell vs. Naoya Inoue

The nation of Japan will be hosting its favorite son’s quest for the WBA World Bantamweight title on May 25, 2018 as Naoya Inoue (15-0-0) will be a prohibitive favorite in his own back yard when he faces underdog Jamie McDonnell (29-2-1) at the Ota City Gymnasium in Tokyo. HBO will provide the telecast of this championship fight. Although Inoue will be a very expensive favorite the fact remains that McDonnell is a well-respected contender that may bring much more than a puncher’s chance to this matchup. Boxing handicappers will face a strong challenge of assessing actual betting value in this title bout. Continue

Gennady Golovkin vs. Vanes Martirosyan

Carson, California’s StubHub Center will be the venue for the WBA/WBC Middleweight Title bout between defending champion Gennady Golovkin (37-0-1) and unexpected challenger Vanes Martirosyan (36-3-1).  Canelo Alvarez was supposed to take on Golovkin but had to withdraw.  HBO will televise the scheduled 12 round bout.  Golovkin has opened as a massive favorite due to his stellar record as a defending champion and the name recognition with the betting public that comes with that.  Martirosyan is understandably the prohibitive underdog that was thrust into the ring when Canelo failed to qualify.  While he has a respectable record it’s not likely that he is in Golovkin’s class. Continue

Daniel Jacobs vs. Maciej Sulecki

Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York will feature a WBA Middleweight Eliminator bout when Daniel Jacobs (33-2-0) faces Maciej Sulecki (26-0-0) on Saturday, April 28. HBO will televise the scheduled 12 round bout. Jacobs opened as a massive favorite but Sulecki does rate the proverbial punchers chance at the very least. Sulecki is not as well known but his undefeated record garners respect. But Jacobs past title belts are fresh on the mind of gamblers and boxing aficionados. Continue

Gervonta Davis vs. Jesus Cuellar

Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York will feature the WBA Super World Super Featherweight title bout when Gervonta Davis (19-0-0) faces Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar (28-2-0) on Saturday, April 21. Showtime will televise the scheduled 12 round bout. Davis opened as a prohibitive favorite but Cuellar is a proven past champion that could prove to be a dangerous and live underdog. Davis is one of the most promising young boxers in the game. He is also a champion in his own right with a considerable amount of upside. Continue

Adrien Broner vs. Jessie Vargas

Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York will feature a welterweight match of two men trying to get back into championship contention as Adrien Broner (33-3-0) will face Jessie Vargas (28-2-0) on Saturday, April 21. Showtime will televise scheduled 12 round fight. Although there is no title belt on the line the ability to get a shot at one will go to the victor of this matchup. As the betting activity for this bout indicates it should be as close and even of a match as could be possible. Continue

Erislandy Lara vs. Jarrett Hurd

One of the most highly touted and anticipated boxing matchups of the entire year will take place on April 7, 2018 from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas when IBO and WBA Super Welterweight champion Erislandy Lara (25-2-2) will take on IBF World Super Welterweight champion Jarrett Hurd (21-0-0) for the IBF and WBA Junior Middleweight Unification title. The bout can be seen Showtime. It figures to be one of the most even boxing matchups that will be scheduled for the entire year. Continue

Anthony Joshua vs. Joseph Parker

Former IBF/WBC welterweight champion Andre Berto (28-1, 22 KO’s) will be facing interim WBC welterweight champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (30-1-1, 18 KO’s) on November 24th in the main event of an HBO-televised tripleheader at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Calif. The winner of Guerrero vs. Berto will be in prime position at 147 pounds to land a major fight, whether it's the dream date against Floyd Mayweather, or other lucrative opportunities. Continue

Boxing Gambling Odds

Boxing Prop Bets

With high profile bouts, you’ll often get a wide selection or special bets, or Boxing Prop Bets. These range from picking which round a boxer will go down, picking a group of rounds when you think the fight will end and more.

If it’s a big fight, the more boxing prop bets there will be. These are generally made available after the moneylines and round totals are set. Often, special bets won’t even appear until a few days before a fight. Make sure you tune into to to keep track of all the bets you can make.

Live Betting

Many bookmakers offer live betting on boxing matches, which enables bettors to bet while the fight is in progress. Live betting odds often provide a greater variety of betting options than regular antepost boxing betting lines.

Boxing Betting Strategy

Research on your boxer is probably the best strategy we can give you on this site. It is a good idea to know your boxer before you throw your money down. The easy part about it is that you only have to study two players and not entire teams as in other sporting events.

Below are some other helpful tips on betting to win.

Boxing Styles: Knowing what type of boxer you are betting on is important. Info like who has greater endurance can really help your odds.

Previous Fights: If the boxers have fought before, who won and by how much is a good deciding factor on who to bet on.

Injuries: It’s a pretty obvious one but you have to know if there are any underling injures that might plague a match.

Similar Opponents: It’s good to cross-reference how the boxers did against similar opponents.

Compare Odds: Boxing odds can differ from sportsbook to sportsbook. Because of this it would be of great value for you to compare the odds before placing your bet. That’s why betting online is so great is you can compare your games to other sports books from the comfort of your own home.

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