Betting Odds for Boxing Top Four Upcoming Bouts for Spring 2018

Betting Odds for Boxing Top Four Upcoming Bouts for Spring 2018

March 8, 2018 Boxing

There is no shortage of great fights with high stakes this spring.  Four bouts in particular stand out for the Spring of 2018.  Jose Carlos Ramirez will face Amir Imam on March 17.  WBC World Super Light supremacy will be at stake.  March 31 offers a unification heavyweight title matchup.  Anthony Joshua vs. Joseph Parker make that betting odds for boxing pairing.  A Middleweight unification title bout will feature Saul Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin II.  May 5 is their date of destiny.  Also, on that same day is an important showdown between Tony Bellew and David Haye II.

Spring 2018 Top Boxing Matches

 Date and Time: March 17, March 31, and May 5, 2018

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Amir Imam

Amir Imam brings plenty of cache for Betting Odds for Boxing.  With a record of 21-1 he looks primed for a title belt.  Riding a three-bout winning streak Imam will have confidence.  His last bout was a RTD win over Johnny Garcia on November 11, 2017.  Jose Carlos Ramirez will not make it easy for Imam.  Ramirez is undefeated in 21 career bouts.  Mike Reed was his latest victim in a knockout.  With the win Ramirez won the WBC Continental Americas Super Lightweight title.  Ironically enough Imam has worn that belt as well.  Imam vs. Ramirez well be held at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York

Anthony Joshua

Holding a multitude of heavyweight titles is undefeated Anthony Joshua.  Beyond winning all 20 of his bouts he scored knockouts every time.  Joshua is coming off a TKO win over Carlos Takam on October 28.  Also undefeated is Joseph Parker who is the WBO heavyweight champ.  Parker notched a MD win over Hughie Fury on September 23, 2017.  Principality Stadium in Cardiff will host Joshua vs. Parker.

Saul Alvarez

Saul Alvarez has a stellar sportsbook record of 49-1-2.  Known as “Canelo” he is the top ranked middleweight.  Canelo is coming off a draw against Gennady Golovkin on September 16, 2017.  Thus, the rematch on May 5 with four title belts at stake.  Gennady Golovkin has a record of 37-0-1.  Included is a total of 33 knockout wins for his career.  He has not fought since the title bout against Alvarez.  Canelo vs. Golovkin will be hosted by the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tony “Bomber” Bellew

Tony “Bomber” Bellew has 29 wins, two losses and a draw for his career.  Riding a nine bout win streak he last fought on March 4, 2017.  In that bout he scored a TKO win over David Haye. Things were going well for Haye until his loss to Bellow.  With a three-bout winning streak before his defeat he also won the WBA and WBO intercontinental heavyweight titles.  Haye is 28-3-0 for his career.  02 Arena (Millennium Dome) in Greenwich will host Bellew vs. Haye.

Matchup to Watch

All eyes will be on Las Vegas when Canelo and Golovkin settle four middleweight titles once and for all.  Canelo brings big name cache for Betting Odds for Boxing.  Especially relevant is that the only loss of his career was to Floyd Mayweather, Jr.  While Alvarez seems to have it all Golovkin proved his equal in their draw last fall.   

Boxing Betting Odds Picks

Gennady Golovkin will bring better value against the famed Canelo.  With that value comes equal ability.

Boxing Betting Online Pick: Gennady Golovkin.

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