This had happen in the boxing betting in the past year and boxing betting odds fans could expect some big things in 2008 and 2009. As these up and coming fighters more firmly establish themselves in the boxing betting odds world we could even see a resurgence that boxing odds has been sorely needing for a decade.
Boxing betting odds makers are keen on a handful of young fighters but none more so than Miguel Cotto. While anyone familiar with boxing betting odds is familiar with Cotto, for the causal boxing odds, this name might not be quite so well known. Cotto has an impressive 32-0 record and rare knockout power for a boxer of his size, according to most boxing betting odds experts. In addition, he’s a gym rat who despite having crummy boxing odds competition in the ring of late has committed himself to his training and is an improved fighter this year compared to his boxing betting odds exhibitions in 2007. He deserves a shot at Floyd Mayweather Jr. and may be the only fighter in boxing betting odds that can defeat the champ.
Another name on the rise and a very good fighter indeed is Joe Calzaghe, a fast riser in the world of boxing odds. Calzaghe got his first taste of fame recently when he sent the aging Bernard Hopkins packing after a 12 round decision by boxing betting odds judges in April. His record of 45-0 looks impressive on paper but he lacks any big wins over respected boxing betting odds opponents. Still, he is by far the best that that weight division has to offer and one of the best fighters in boxing betting odds at the moment.
Manny Pacquiao has also made quite a name for himself in the boxing betting odds world with a string of impressive wins in the super-feather weight class. For a tiny fighter he also has impressive power, his only problem is that he has boxed his way through is weight class and will have to jump up a division to meet any interesting boxing betting odds.