Boxing Odds & Futures Betting Lines
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Learning how to read boxing odds is half the battle. The other half is sitting back and watching the fight to see if you’re in line to win your bet. Above you can find the best boxing odds for all the biggest bouts in boxing today at the most popular sports betting sites.
The boxing odds found here are commonplace in other sports so this is valuable information as you start sports betting. This will allow you to get in on the action of all the biggest fights on boxing cards tonight.
Boxing Odds Explained
Betting the moneyline is the easiest and most common way to bet on boxing tonight. These are bets where you pick the fighter you think will win the fight.
Boxing betting odds for a moneyline bet will generally look something like this:
This means that Creed is the favorite and Balboa is the underdog. Favorites always have a minus sign (-) before their odds and underdogs have the plus sign (+). In this case if you had $300 to play with, you could throw it all on Creed and if he wins, you’d get a payout of $450 – your $300 is returned, plus your winnings of $150.
On the other hand, if you had faith in Rocky and think he’s going to win, a $300 bet would net you a payout of $840 – you’d get your original $300 back, plus your winnings of $540.
Our current boxing odds page shows you the opening line, which is the original betting line set by oddsmakers, followed by the lines at popular sportsbooks. You can scroll through to find a sportsbook that has the boxing match odds you like best. Having boxing match today odds explained in more detail gives you an edge over other bettors who could be taking betting lines blindly.
OVER/UNDER Total Rounds
Betting OVER/UNDER on the total rounds of a boxing match tonight is another easy way to get involved in pro boxing odds tonight and start betting. For each boxing fight, the oddsmakers will set an OVER/UNDER on how many rounds the fight is expected to go.
Boxing betting odds for an OVER/UNDER bet should look like this:
For the example above, you would wager using the same odds as previously explained in the moneyline section. In this case, however, the winner of the fight is not what is important – it is all about length. In this case, it is whether the fight will go past the second round.
In boxing, there are several factors that go into considering how long the fight will last, such as round length and number of scheduled rounds, glove size, and of course the styles of the fighters competing. Betting on boxing odds set for OVER/UNDER can be just as exciting as backing a fighter to win, as you root for a quick finish, or a slow and steady bout. Give an OVER/UNDER total rounds bet a try on tonight’s boxing odds.
Boxing Prop Betting
Prop betting is an exciting and profitable way to get into sports betting, and boxing is a great sport for placing prop bets. A prop bet is a wager on a specific event within a match. Props can be specific to one of the boxers competing, it could apply to the fight as a whole, or even on the event hosting the bout.
The most popular boxing prop bet is predicting the method of finish of a fight. This could mean betting on a boxer to win by knockout or via the judges’ scorecards. On large-scale boxing events, online sportsbooks and betting sites will increase the number of prop bets available. This can take the action of boxing fights this weekend as well as your online betting experience to a whole new level and make your wins that much sweeter.
Live Boxing Odds
Instead of betting on a fight in advance, now you can bet on boxing fights tonight. Still fairly new in the sports betting scene, live betting is a great way to take advantage of a shift in momentum as well as the constant line movement set by oddsmakers.
Live betting is just like wagering on a moneyline in boxing fight odds, but you are able to bet on a winner in real time while the bout is underway. Live betting can give you a leg up in comparison to pre-match betting and can potentially give you the best fight odds possible.
Expert bettors are able to strike while the iron is hot through in-play boxing bets, whether it's backing a surging fighter who is starting to heat up or taking the underdog who still has some fight left in them.
Now that you know how to bet on boxing odds as well as the best ways to bet, check out our boxing betting guide. Be sure to come back and compare the best odds on tonight’s fights with Odds Shark.