April 16 Boxing Odds Preview

Two exciting fight cards are scheduled for Saturday night, and fans have six different betting options to choose from if they want to bet on boxing.

All six fights have a heavy favorite handicapped, and a couple of them are expensive safe-money bets that will require some investment for the payout.


April 9 Boxing Odds Preview

If you’re looking for some boxing betting action, this weekend will feature seven prize fights to choose from with numerous world titles on the line.

As usual the safe money action will be in abundance, while big upset payout potential is available if you can manage to make the right underdog picks.


April 2 Boxing Odds Preview

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.


Klitschko vs. Solis Boxing Odds

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.


Boxing: Ricardo Mayorga vs. Miguel Cotto

Boxing continues to be the best sport for safe-money wagers. Nowhere else do participants pad their records in hopes of eventually getting a high-profile fight with a big payday.

On March 12 Don King and Bob Arum will put WBA Light Middleweight champion Miguel Cotto in against past-his-prime Ricardo Mayorga.


Boxing Odds: Montiel vs. Donaire

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.


Alexander vs. Bradley Odds

Two undefeated champions will clash in the first super-fight of 2011 when Timothy Bradley squares off against Devon Alexander on Saturday.

Both the WBO and WBC Light Welterweight titles will be on the line, but more importantly the title of pound-for-pound No.1 in the world, and a lucrative future, is within reach of both fighters.

Ring Magazine already has Bradley as the pound-for-pound best in the world, but that title would surely go to Alexander if he’s able to beat the +180 odds at 5Dimes.


Holyfield vs. Williams Odds

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.


Manny Pacquiao vs Antonio Margarito

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.


Pacquiao Enlisting Big Names

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.



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