ESPN and Showtime go head-to-head on Saturday

On ESPN (10PM ET/7PM PT), WBC super featherweight champion Miguel Berchelt is a -380 favorite over Oscar Valdez (+315). Based on their previous fights, this bout could be one for the ages.

On Showtime (9PM ET/6PM PT), four-division world champion Adrien Broner is -900 against unbeaten Jovanie Santiago +600. Broner always pulls big numbers. A notable co-feature is heavyweight Otto Wallin is a -275 favorite over Dominic Breazeale (+235).

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  • Broner could pick big numbers on the past, I doubt that now after a serie of poor performances, I personally lost enthusiasm about him. Valdez vs. Berchelt is by far a most significant fight, more desrving to have our attention, both are good and decent persons also, dedicated with honesty to the craft.

    • Valdez and Santiago at those big odds worth a small wager-especially Valdez. Wallin should win.

  • Broner’s big numbers? Maybe if he had kept his form that got him famous prior to fighting Maidana. Not now against a B level opposition. If he ever gets big numbers, that’s because he’s on the B-side against top fighters that people want to see him get beat up. That’s unfortunate. He did seem like the next big thing in the lower weight division.

  • Nothing against showtime and Adrien broner, I always try to watch his fights, but I’m more interested in Valdez vs Berchelt.

  • Both are entertaining cards but I think the heavyweight fight between Otto and Breazeale should be pretty darn good.

  • Broner losing all of that weight equals a sluggish performance, and at 31, add about 5 years to that for partying and 7 kids. He got about two more paydays coming his way then off to the scrap heap.

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