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Boxing Betting Odds: March Preview

The month of March offers bettors a wide array of boxing odds.

 

Action includes a WBO Lightweight World title match, a rematch for the British and Commonwealth Super Middleweight title, and a bout between two former Light Middleweight champions that’s been closely handicapped.

On March 10 newly-crowned WBO Lightweight champion Ricky Burns will defend his title for the first time when he steps into the ring against former WBA Lightweight champion Paulus Moses.

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Klitschko vs Mormeck Boxing Odds

A week after his brother Vitali his fight, Wladimir Klitschko defends his heavyweight titles Saturday against Jean-Marc Mormeck in a weekend of boxing betting that sees several huge underdogs.

One of those underdogs is Mormeck, the Frenchman who is 36-4 for his career and rides a three-fight win streak. He sits at +2000 at 5Dimes while the champion, who hasn’t lost since 2004, is -4000. That means a $100 bet on Mormeck pays $2,000 in profit.

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Boxing Betting Odds: February Preview

The month of February has a wide selection of boxing odds to choose from, with action currently being offered on 30 fights.

 

A few big-name favorites including Heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko will be in action this month, as well as a few closely handicapped bouts that could be offering some great boxing betting value.

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Boxing Betting Odds: December Preview

Miguel Angel Cotto gets his chance for long-sought revenge Saturday as he takes on Antonio Margarito in boxing betting action.

 

World titles will be on the line and the action ranges from mismatches to a couple of bouts that are handicapped close enough to offer some legitimate upset potential.

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Boxing: Pacquiao Marquez Odds

November is a stacked month for boxing betting fans with sportsbooks offering action on 18 fights.

Big names on fight cards in November include Timothy Bradley, James Toney, and Manny Pacquiao, and boxing odds range from huge mismatches to near-even action.

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Boxing Betting Odds: October Preview

The month of October will offer a few different options for boxing betting fans looking to pad their bankroll.

Sportsbooks will be offering action on at least 10 fights on October 1 and lines are already available on bouts later in the month.

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Mayweather Ortiz Odds Favor Decision Win

You must have quite a bit of money to bet on Floyd Money Mayweather Saturday as he defends his WBC welterweight belt against Victor Ortiz.

Mayweather has been a steady favorite and a big one heading into this fight, at -650 at Bovada. The hard-punching Ortiz, a southpaw who deefated unbeaten Andre Berto in April, pays a big +450 profit for the upset.

Oddsmakers believe the fight will go the distance, making it the -165 position. If you think the fight will end before the final bell, it’s a +125 dog bet.

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Mayweather Ortiz odds highlight September

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has only fought twice in nearly four years but he found ways to keep himself in the public eye.

And being 41-0 and remaining in the public eye is a good way to make yourself a huge boxing betting favorite. That’s what’s happening Sept. 17 when he faces hard-punching Victor Ortiz, a fight many hope is a prelude to a superfight between Pretty Boy Floyd and Manny Pacquiao.

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Boxing Betting Odds: August Preview

August 13 will be a live date for boxing action with three fights on tap. Betting options range from a lopsided mismatch to a near-even opportunity on an undefeated up-and-comer.

5Dimes is offering action on the undefeated Abner Mares (21-0, 13 KOs) against Joseph Agbeko (28-2, 22 KOs). These two were originally set to meet back in April, but a health issue caused Agbeko to postpone the week of the fight. It will finally go down on the 13th at the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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How to bet boxing

People have been betting on boxing since the beginning of time.

Sure, the fights have changed from bare-knuckle brawls in the street to organized 12-round bouts in dazzling arenas, but the betting hasn't changed. You're still betting on who's going to beat the hell out of the other guy.

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