World Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight Championship

Browne to Defend Title vs. Pascal in Saturday Boxing Betting Matchup

July 30th, 2019 Boxing, Online Wagering

At the onset of Saturday’s title fight, Marcus Browne would seem to have an advantage. Browne will defend his World Boxing Association world light heavyweight title belt in his own backyard. The native of Staten Island resides in nearby Carteret, New Jersey. He will be fighting at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with plenty of fan support. Namely former champion Jean Pascal is the boxing betting challenger. Pascal is a former World Boxing Council, International Boxing Organization, and Ring light heavyweight champion. However, Pascal is 36 and at the back end of his career. Browne is in his prime.

World Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight Championship

Marcus Browne vs. Jean Pascal

Date and Time:Saturday, August 3, 2019
Location:Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Browne vs. Pascal TV Coverage:FOX and FOX Deportes

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Marcus Browne vs. Jean Pascal Overview

Jean-Pascal has a boxing betting record of 33-6-1 with 20 knockout wins. By contrast, Marcus Browne has a record of 23-0 with 16 knockout wins. Pascal and Browne are scheduled for a 12 round bout Saturday night. The 36-year-old Pascal is a native of Haiti that resides in Laval, Quebec. Now Browne is 28 and a well-known name in the New York City area.

Browne State Confidence

Extending his online wagering reputation as an undefeated champion are Browne’s boastful predictions. Browne told everyone to not blink as a knockout win is coming fast. In spite of his record and mouth, Browne has had his share of controversy. Domestic violence charges have been a cloud in his sky. There are also concerns about Browne taking this fight too lightly. Certainly, his comments lead to that concern. Alternatively, Browne claims to have never been as good as he is now. He has stated his growth as a boxer has reached new heights.

Pascal Determined for a Comeback

Balanced against Browne’s braggadocio is the determination of Pascal. Owing to that is his dream of getting back into world championship status. Compared to his past recent fights Browne is a major step up in class. Pascal has stated he has faced and beaten better opponents than Browne. But Browne has undeniable speed, power, and endurance. Additionally, Browne is a former United States Olympic boxer.

Recent Form

Last time out for Browne was on January 19, 2019, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Browne faced Badou Jack for the interim World Boxing Association world light heavyweight championship. The account of a 12 round unanimous decision was Browne victorious. Prior to that Browne defeated Lenin Castillo in a 10-round unanimous decision. Pascal last fought on November 24, 2018, against Dmitry Bivol. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey was the venue. So too was the World Boxing Association world light heavyweight title at stake. Pascal was defeated by unanimous decision.

Matchup to Watch

In this situation, Browne brings the boxing betting matchup edge in motivation and recent form. Pascal is clearly past his prime. He has failed to show he can win a championship fight at this level. Of course, Browne has his share of problems outside the ring. But that should not detract from the truth of his prime championship abilities.

Marcus Browne vs. Jean Pascal Boxing Betting Pick

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