A lenda Manny Pacquiao havia prometido se aposentar do boxe após vencer Timothy Bradley por decisão unânime em abril. No entanto, cinco meses depois, o filipino retorna ao ringue para enfrentar o campeão Jessie Vargas, pelo título dos pesos meio médio da WBO, em Las Vegas, neste sábado 5 de novembro. O veterano é o grande favorito da noite, pagando R$ 1,10 para cada real. Seu adversário corre por fora e oferece R$ 6,50.
Retirement didn’t last very long for Manny Pacquiao, as the Filipino icon announced he would be making his return to the boxing ring to challenge WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas on Nov. 6, 2016.
Not surprisingly, Pacquiao opened as a massive favorite for the bout with the only boxer in history to win titles in eight different weight classes being posted at -1000 with Vargas coming back at +550.
Nobody is going to be fooled by Tyson Fury this time around. After being seen as a massive underdog as a mandatory challenger against the seemingly indestructible Wladimir Klitschko, Fury shocked the world and won a sloppy affair against Dr. Steelhammer.
The Cinco de Mayo weekend has always been a massive time of year for Las Vegas and this year will be no different as Golden Boy Promotions announced that Canelo Alvarez and Amir Khan will meet in the squared circle on May 7. Many were expecting Canelo to be seeing an easier fight with talks of him and Gennady Golovkin clashing later this year to unify the middleweight championships, but that's not the case.
Canelo Alvarez will aim to defend his WBC middleweight title for the first time when he faces off against Amir Khan in Las Vegas on May 7. The fight has been surrounded by a media blitz and some questionable comments from Canelo that may jeopardize a potential support fight with Gennady Golovkin.
One of the greatest boxers of this generation is set to hang up his gloves after one final bout on April 9. Manny Pacquiao will challenge Timothy Bradley for the third time in Pac-Man’s swan song.
Though the combatants split the first two bouts, pretty much everyone agrees that Pacquiao was robbed in his split decision loss to Bradley in June 2012. The second meeting of the two was a unanimous decision victory for Pac-Man, as the Filipino picked apart Bradley’s defense consistently for 12 rounds.
Tyson Fury is the new undisputed king of the heavyweight division after defeating Wladimir Klitschko who hadn’t lost in over 10 years prior to the decision loss to Fury. The 27-year-old Fury who has a spotless 25-0 record with 18 KO’s appears to be in the prime of his career and boxing fans are already playing matchmaker trying to predict his next opponent.
Online sportsbook Bet365 has targeted four potential opponents for the new heavyweight king and has set odds for each of those fights.
For over a decade, Wladimir Klitschko has held total dominance over the heavyweight division with 22 straight wins since his last loss back in 2004. Klitschko will put his titles on the line this Saturday night in Dusseldorf, Germany when he faces the undefeated Tyson Fury at the ESPRIT Arena.
Klitschko is going off as a -500 favorite to win this heavyweight bout according to online sportsbook Bovada. Tyson Fury would pay +350 if he is able to pull off the upset.
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