It doesn’t take long to realize that there is still plenty of talent in the ring recently and boxing betting aficionados that have taken a look through the weight classes are well aware of this. While most of the top talent is crowded around the middle weights there is still plenty of great fighters across the board when it comes to boxing betting.
Boxing betting fans, officials, fighters and novices, however, all agree when it comes to the best of the best. Floyd Mayweather Jr. has shown time and time again that he is masterful boxer and the best that boxing betting has to offer. He is quick, smart, defensive and imposes his will on the tempo of every boxing betting odds match that he enters. He does have the flair of a Mike Tyson or the media savvy of an Oscar de la Hoya, but he is one helluva fighter. He may not make headlines with his knockouts but he is a thinking man’s boxer and simply that best in the diluted world of boxing betting. Of course, it doesn’t help that he is universally despised in many circles of boxing betting fans, but the guy can box and deserves all the credit that the boxing betting odds establishment has heaped on him.
Another boxer that could become a very name in boxing betting very soon is Robert Calzaghe the undisputed light heavy weight champ whose recent win over Bernard Hopkins has helped boost his boxing betting profile. With a very impressive 45-0 record with 32 KOs Calzaghe is an impressive boxing betting prospect on paper but has lacked any real competition to show what he can do. With the proper promotion he could become one of the biggest names in boxing betting so long as he can keep winning in the ring.
Among the light weights Manny Pacquiao has to be considered the besting boxing betting odds these days. He has simply beaten everyone within weight distance and will likely never get the recognition he deserves in the boxing betting community. But those who know boxing betting; know that this guy can box.