Boxing Betting

     Unless someone like Floyd Mayweather or if another big name fighter is on the boxing betting card, gamblers don't look to make a boxing bet. Boxing betting actually can give gamblers some good opportunities to make money. There are boxing matches and boxing betting odds available on many fights throughout the year, not just on the marquee fights.


Boxing betting odds will be available at sportsbooks nearly every month of the year. There will be fights in a wide variety of weight classes and for many different titles.  These different boxing betting options give gamblers around the world many chances to make money when placing a boxing bet.

Boxing betting is done on a money line basis.  This means you are wagering on one boxer against the other.  The money line boxing bet is similar to what you will find in baseball and hockey.  For example, you might have one boxer listed at -200 on the boxing betting odds board with the other boxer listed at boxing betting odds of +160.  This means you wager $200 to win $100 on the favorite or the 2-1 equivalent or you get back $160 for every $100 wagered on the underdog or the 1.6-1 equivalent.

Another boxing betting option that is offered on many fights is the round option.  You can wager on whether or not the fight goes the full number of rounds listed on the boxing betting odds.  Usually the sportsbook will put up something like 10.5 on rounds or if they are expecting a quick knockout you could see 3.5 rounds.  These round boxing betting options are just another way to enhance your wagering as you make a boxing bet.

Take a look at the various boxing options you have during each month of the year.  You will find a lot of great opportunities to make money.  There may be fights from other countries that offer you good wagering choices.  You may find good information on a fight that is not as well publicized.  These fights can be great chances to make money as you look to bet on boxing at sportsbooks this year.


Four Titles takes on One Title in September

Kell Brook  vs. Gennady Golovkin  OddsBoxing has given us some of the best entertainment in sports history and this September it will give fans the opportunity to engage in online betting for one of the best title fights in recent years. Saturday the 10th of September is the exact date when WBA, WBC, IBF, and IBO World Middleweight Champion Gennady Golovkin takes on his challenger, Kell Brook – who currently holds the IBF Welterweight Title. This will quite literally be a fight between champions and Brook will be vying to get ahold of his second title. It’s not just any fighter who can hold two titles at once and, as one can imagine, the hype has been building around this bout for quite some time. Let’s check in on the betting sportsbook odds and see if they can shed some light on how these two fighters will fare.

Get your Popcorn ready, Here comes Another Rematch

Daniel Jacobs faces off against Sergio Mora   The top sportsbooks’ love a rematch as much as the next guy, just look at how much hype and profit was raked in over last weekend’s UFC 202. Now boxing fans will get their turn at a breathtaking rematch when Daniel Jacobs faces off against Sergio Mora for the second time. While McGregor and Diaz had to wait a little over 5 months to get their rematch it seems these two have been waiting for over a year. Jacobs is currently the WBA middleweight champion and his title defense against Mora is scheduled for Friday the 9th of September. The event will be held at the Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania and sports betting fans looking to tune into the event can do so on Spike. But before we continue, let’s take a look at what happened the first time these two boxers faced each other.

AT&T Stadium It Is

Smith vs. Canelo officially has a venue  AT&T StadiumFans of online wagering can get ready to pick their favorite for WBO World Super Welterweight Title match set to take place on Saturday the 17th of September. Liam Smith is poised to defend his super welterweight title against Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in what is shaping up to be a thrilling match. The fight will be held at AT & T Stadium located in Arlington, Texas. Home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT & T Stadium houses a roomy 80,000+ and features a retractable roof. If there is any question as to the magnitude of this fight then fans need only check the venue’s history. This will be the third boxing event held at the stadium; it previously had housed Pacquiao vs. Clottey and Pacquiao vs. Margarito. Although the bout was originally thought to be taking place in Las Vegas, AT & T Stadium will no doubt be more than enough to accommodate the crowd drawing event. 

Early Online Wagering Boxing Odds for Golovkin vs. Kell Brook

Golovkin vs. Kell Brook Boxing OddsOnline wagering is actually a great way to get into the action in case you cannot physically attend the fight! Gennady Golovkin is the early boxing betting favorite to retain the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF and IBO middleweight titles when he steps into the ring with current IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook on September 10th, 2016 at the O2 Arena in London, England. Here are the online wagering odds for the upcoming fight:

Pacquiao’s return takes Senator Pacquiao by Surprise betting fans should be happy – or confused, as Manny Pacquiao himself is – at the news that the Filipino boxer is coming out of retirement to fight in the main event of an HBO pay-per-view card in Las Vegas on either October 29th or November 5th. His opponent is yet to be determined. Also yet to be determined? Whether Pacquiao is actually planning to return to the ring. If Top Rank promoter Bob Arum is to be believed, Brock Lesnar is not the only fighter taking on a few extracurricular in addition to his day job. As The Guardian puts it, “Manny Pacquiao will fight again.” And the South will rise again. 

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