Weekend Boxing Odds

London/ESPN+ (Friday)

  • IBF featherweight champion Moruti Mthalane is a narrow -150 favorite against Sunny Edwards
  • Unbeaten WBO #1 junior featherweight Michael Conlan is a little over 4:1 against Ionut Baluta

London/DAZN (Saturday)

  • Former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker is less than a 2:1 favorite against Dereck Chisora
  • WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol is a 32:1 favorite against Craig Richards
  • Undisputed female champion Katie Taylor is a 5:1 favorite against Natasha Jones

Los Angeles/FOX (Saturday)

  • Erislandy Lara is a 23:1 favorite against Thomas LaManna in a clash for the vacant WBA middleweight title
  • Eduardo Ramirez is a 12:1 favorite against Isaac Avelar in a clash for the vacant WBA interim featherweight title

Los Angeles/PPV (Saturday)

  • Former heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz is a 23:1 favorite against Chris Arreola
Bivol-Richards Final Press Conference
Mthalane, Edwards make weight

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  • How does Thomas LaManna get a shot at the WBA middleweight title? What a disgrace. Marvelous Marv must be shaking his head to Jesus right now.

  • 32 : 1 odds gives you the chance the underdog wins due to DQ or injury sustained to the champion. * otherwise why back the champion when hardly any money can be won. [ for the record, I don’t wager on boxing, just find it interesting that a 32 : 1 fighter is even worthy of being deserving of the title shot ]

    • Boxing is an individual sport, and a lot of weird stuff can happen. A freak injury or DQ like you mention, or the champ gets sick but doesn’t want to pull out at the last minute, or he has personal problems like a breakup or loss of a loved one just before fight time.

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