Boxing Odds: August Betting Preview

Boxing odds action for the month of August will include a highly-anticipated WBO Light Heavyweight title fight between Nathan Cleverly and Sergey Kovalev. Boxing betting lines are already available on at least six prize fights scheduled for the first couple weeks of August.

On August 2 a Featherweight matchup with potential top-contender implications will go down between undefeated Javier Fortuna (21-0, 15 KOs, 1 No Contest) and the lethal Luis Franco (11-1, 7 KOs). This one promises to be a war between two hungry contenders trying to earn a title shot.


Boxing Betting Odds: July Preview

July will bring boxing betting fans an assortment of fight cards that include IBF Featherweight and Light Heavyweight title fights. This upcoming weekend is packed with eight fights and action is already available on the July 5 contender fight between “Billy the Kid” Dib and Mike Oliver.


Boxing Odds: June Betting Preview

The month of June will offer boxing fans a few interesting betting options, including WBO Cruiserweight and IBO Middleweight title fights.

The first big fight in June has Marco Huck (35-2-1) defending his WBO Cruiserweight title against Ola Afolabi (19-2-4) for the second time in a year. The two fought to a draw in May 2012 and will do it again June 8.


Bet on Boxing Saturday

Fight fans get a slew of intriguing choices as they look to bet on boxing Saturday night, including a scrap between Tony Dodson and Paul Smith for the vacant British super middleweight title.

Boxing odds favor Smith big time in this scrap, but he is not the biggest favorite on the betting board tonight according to the lines at SportBet. Scott Quigg is a -3500 favorite against William Prado, in a moneyline that is reminiscient of Mike Tyson odds.


Pacquiao vs Rios Fight Odds Announced

Manny Pacquiao will return to the boxing odds menu in November with a scrap against 27-year-old American Brandon Rios.

And online sportsbook Bovada wasted no time in getting lines posted on Pac Man’s fight against Bam Bam.

Pacquiao opened as a -400 moneyline favorite, while Rios would pay +300 (3-1) for the upset. Pacquiao comes in on a two-fight losing skid, having been knocked out by Juan Manuel Marquez and losing a controversial decision to Timothy Bradley.


Mayweather Guerrero Betting Odds

Boxing betting fans are in for a stellar month of squared-circle action in May with numerous big bouts on the schedule – including the marquee matchup of Floyd Mayweather Jr. taking on Robert Guerrero.

On May 4 pound-for-pound No. 1 Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0) will defend his WBC Welterweight title against seasoned veteran Robert Guerrero. Also on the line will be the vacant Ring Welterweight title.


Boxing Betting Odds: April Preview

April will offer boxing betting fans some championship fights on which to wager and moneyline odds on a few bouts are now available at many sportsbooks.

The first big fight will feature “The Filipino Flash” Nonito Donaire (31-1) defending his WBO and Ring Super Bantamweight titles against WBC champ Guillermo Rigondeaux (11-0). The long-awaited unification bout should see lots of action as the April 13 fight date nears.


Boxing Odds: March Betting Preview

The month of March will offer boxing betting fans a few key matchups that include IBO Welterweight, IBF Light Heavyweight, and WBO Light Heavyweight title fights.

Action is already available on the March 2 fight between Matthew Hatton (43-6-2) and Chris Van Heerden (18-1-1) as well as the March 9 bout between Bernard Hopkins (52-6-2) and Tavoris Cloud (24-0).


Boxing Odds: February Betting Preview

The marquee boxing betting action continues into the month of February with numerous world title and eliminator fights on the schedule.

The first big fight of the month will be an IBF Middleweight title eliminator bout between former WBA Super Middleweight champion Felix Sturm and journeyman contender Sam Soliman.


Boxing Betting Odds: January Preview

As boxing betting fans look forward to 2013 the month of January will offer a number of prize fights on which to wager. The sportsbooks are already offering action on two title fights, with Frankie Gavin and Daniel Geale both defending their respective belts.

Gavin (14-0) will defend his British Welterweight title against Jason Welborn (11-1) on January 18 as a heavy favorite. Gavin is positioning himself in the upper echelon of the Welterweight rankings and should have an easy time against Welborn.



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