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Boxing betting action heats up for the month of November with WBO Cruiserweight, IBF Super Middleweight, IBO Cruiserweight, and British Commonwealth Heavyweight title fights.


Action is already available on all of these fights, as well as others.

Marco Huck (34-2) will put his WBO Cruiserweight title on the line against the rejuvenated Firat Arslan (32-5) on November 3 in what promises to be an exciting fight despite the lopsided handicapping currently being offered at 5Dimes.


The champ is currently listed as a -1400 boxing odds favorite, while the Arslan upset will pay +925.

Huck is coming off a draw in his last fight and a failed attempt in the Heavyweight division prior to that, but he’s expected to get back on track against his 41-year-old opponent. Arslan gets a shot at the title following an impressive draw with the highly-touted Alexander Alekseev.

Carl Froch (29-2) is an even bigger favorite to defend his IBF Super Middleweight title against Yusaf Mack (31-4-2). Currently being offered at -2250, oddsmakers at 5Dimes are giving Mack little chance to upset and pay out on the huge +1200 upset option on the boxing odds.


Despite being the bigger man when they step into the ring on November 17, Mack does not have the skill-set to challenge Froch and will need to land a lucky shot to pay out.

On November 21 Danny Green (32-5) will face a real challenge for his IBO Cruiserweight title when he faces Shane Cameron (29-2). Closely handicapped, Green is small -250 favorite at 5Dimes while the Cameron upset pays +190. Cameron looked good against Monte Barrett in his last fight and could be a good upset option against Green.

At the end of the month undefeated David Price (14-0) is a massive -3250 boxing odds favorite to defend his British Commonwealth Heavyweight title against 45-year-old Matt Skelton (27-6), who will pay +1350 at 5Dimes. Price is a wrecking machine with 12 KOs in 14 fights, and Skelton has 22 KOs in his 27 wins.