Guidry favored against Stiverne

WBA #12 heavyweight Jonathan “The King” Guidry (18-1-2, 10 KOs) is a -460 favorite against former WBC champion Bermane “B.Ware” Stiverne (25-5-1, 21 KOs) in their PPV clash on Saturday night from Casino Miami Jai Alai in Miami, Florida.

In Manchester England, middleweight Chris Eubank Jr (32-2-0, 23 KOs) is a -270 favorite over former world champion Liam Smith (32-3-1, 19 KOs) on DAZN Saturday. On the same card, unbeaten IBF #2, WBC #5, WBO #11 cruiserweight Richard Riakporhe (15-0, 11 KOs) is anywhere from 8:1 to 30:1 against former WBO champion Krzysztof Głowacki (32-3, 20 KOs), and former WBO world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker (30-3, 21 KOs) is a 12:1 favorite against Jack “One Smack” Massey (20-1, 11 KOs).

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  • Guidry is a favorite. Wow, Fightnews, that’s a surprise. That fight has so little interest. Maybe will sell 18 PPVs. Last year sucked, 2023 better provide some good fights. Getting stale already..

    • Looking at the possible upcoming lineups for 2023, it’s doesn’t look much better than last year at this time. I think we’re going through a transitional-changing of the guard period where the new jacks have to step it up and show their potential. Outside of a couple of blips on the radar, I don’t see a definitive replacement yet.

      The current warriors are at least 3 years past peak. Usually around this time, a young lion starts to chew them up

  • Bermane “B.Ware” Stiverne:
    – Per Box Rec, is currently “inactive”.
    – Last 5 fights:
    1. Trevor Bryan (L, TKO).
    2. Joe Joyce (L, TKO).
    3. Deontay Wilder (L, KO).
    4. Derric Rossey (W, UD).
    5. Deontay Eilder (L, UD).

    • How crazy is it that the FIRST Wilder fight was one of his last 5 fights, that fight was seven years ago to the date of yesterday. 5 fights and one win in the last seven years; hasn’t fought in two years and he’s 44 years old.

  • Wilder ruined Stiverne. He’ll never rise higher than he’s already been.

  • Stiverne is a trial horse for any up and coming hw as he is a shot fighter but still durable for a 5 6 rounds. Even the Wilder 1st round KO he got up twice othen then Fury when Wilder knocks you down you usualy go to sleep.

  • Power is the last thing to go and Stiverne has plenty of it. Guidry doesn’t make guys miss. This could be a better fight than expected and though Guidry should win, Stiverne at +400 or so is not a bad bet.

    • That was my thought. B-Ware can punch. He can’t do anything else, and never really could, but can Guidry?

  • Guidry should be the favorite over Stiverne, as he went 12 rounds with ATG Trevor Bryan, Lol.

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