Submitted by Jack Randall on Mon, 03/28/2011 - 08:56
Four boxing titles will be on the line on April 2, and three of them are offering budget prices on the champions. The other one is a replacement fighter safe-money opportunity that won’t stretch your bankroll to the limits.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Mon, 03/14/2011 - 08:21
Two world boxing titles will be on the line on March 19, and both bouts are offering some interesting odds. These fights are both one-sided matchups, but if you can afford the lines they look like easy money opportunities. However, like with most easy boxing money, you’re going to have to risk a few bucks to get the chance at the dough.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Tue, 02/15/2011 - 07:49
WBC/WBO champion Fernando Montiel will walk into the ring against Nonito Donaire in Las Vegas on Saturday night as the top dog in the Bantamweight division, but oddsmakers at Bovada have the champ as a +175 underdog to retain his belts.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Tue, 01/11/2011 - 08:39
At the tender age of 48, Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield will return to action to defend his WBF Heavyweight title and continue his road towards a sixth world heavyweight championship.
Holyfield (43-10-2) continues to be one of the biggest names in heavyweight boxing for American fans in an era where all the real heavyweight belts are held by European fighters. Following his win over Frank Botha, where he won the WBF Heavyweight title, Holyfield has once again become a contender.
Submitted by Richard Gardner... on Wed, 11/10/2010 - 09:20
To say that we at Bodog are looking forward to Manny Pacquiao’s return to the ring this Saturday at Cowboys Stadium outside of Dallas is quite an understatement because “Pac Man” drives the betting needle for boxing more than anyone outside of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Tue, 10/12/2010 - 10:12
Manny Pacquiao is wasting no expense in his training for the Nov. 13 bout with Antonio Margarito for the vacant boxing odds WBC junior middleweight title at Cowboys Stadium outside Dallas. The seven-time world champion is bringing British WBA welterweight world champion Amir Khan to the Philippines later this week for about three weeks of sparring.
Khan is set to defend his WBA title against Marcos Maidana of Argentina so he has his own reasons for wanting to work with Pacquiao and Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach as well.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Tue, 09/28/2010 - 10:43
Vitali Klitschko lost seven years ago, a fight against Lennox Lewis that he was leading when doctors stopped it due to a major cut over his eye. Few expect any of those scenarios will happen Oct. 16 when he faces Shannon Briggs. He won’t lose, he won’t get cut and the score cards of judges won;t decide the outcome.
The monster Ukrainian opened as -1700 favorite for the fight in Germany. For the uninitiated, that means you need to wager $170 just for the hoping of winning $10.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Tue, 09/07/2010 - 06:01
Wladimir Klitschko (57-3, 47 KO’s) will once again step into the ring to defend his Heavyweight Championship titles against Samuel Peter (34-3, 27 KO’s), and this time he says he’s going to finish the job he started in their first fight.
The two will meet in Frankfurt, Germany on Saturday, and the IBF, IBO, and WBO titles will be up for grabs. This fight came about after Klitschko failed to negotiate bouts with first David Haye and then Alexander Povetkin earlier in the year. Peter became the replacement for the September title defense fight card.
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