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Boxing Week - 45 [8 Nov - 14 Nov]

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WEEK 45

Thurday Nov 8

Calif, USA (USA ESPN2)
**the last ever 'Golden Boy on ESPN'
Neeco Macias vs Jesus Soto Karass 10 rounds, tba
+ ucard

Friday Nov 9

Konin, Poland (Polsat Sport)
Nikodem Jezewski vs Lance Bryant 8 rounds, cruiserweights
+ ucard

Santiago-de-Chile, Chile (Chile CDO Premium or norm?)
Martin Navarette vs Claudio Lavananza 6 rounds, flyweights
+ ucard

Lot, France (France Canal+ Sport)
Diego Natchoo vs Peter Kramer 10 rounds, vacant IBO Continental Middleweight Title
+ ucard

Manchester, England
'Jimmy' Kilrain Kelly vs Chris Gomez 6 rounds, middleweights
+ ucard

Saturday Nov 10

Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports)
Henrri David Polanco vs Rodrigo Maizares 10 rounds, vacant WBCl Latino Super Welterweight Title
+ ucard

Baja California, Mexico (Mexico Televisa)
Yazmin Rivas vs Cristina del Valle Pacheco 10X2 WBA World Female Super Bantamweight Title
+ 1

Gliwice, Poland (Poland TVP Sports)
Artur Szpilka vs Marius Wach 10 rounds, heavyweights
+ ucard

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Felix Verdejo vs Yardley Cruz tba rounds, lightweights
No ucard announced as yet

Ekaterinburg, Russia (RCC WEB-DL ?)
Artem Chebotarev vs Javier Francisco Maciel 10 rounds, vacant WBO Inter-Continental Middleweight Title
+ extensive ucard

Manchester, England (UK Sky Box Office, Dazn, Polsat Sports)
Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew 12 rounds, IBF/WBC/WBO World Cruiserweight Title; WBA Super World Cruiserweight Title
Anthony Crolla vs Daud Yordan 10 rounds, lightweights
Dave Allen vs TBA (heavyweights)
Ricky Burns vs Scott Cardle tba rounds, lightweights
+ ucard

Miami, Florida, USA (Integrated Sports Media PPV)
Yuriorkis Gamboa vs Miguel Beltran Jr 12 rounds, lightweights
'Juanma' Lopez vs Cristian Mino 10 rounds, lightweights
+ ucard

Chicago, Ilinois, USA (Dazn, TVP Sports)
Mairis Breidis vs Noel Gevor 12 rounds, cruiserweights
Krzysztof Glowacki vs Maksim Vlazov 12 rounds, interim WBO World Cruiserweight Title
+ ucard
 

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JoshB

The odds are pretty even for the Glowacki vs Vlasov fight. Glowacki looked like shit last time out but I think he has a better performance here.

I have a lot of money tied up in the Usyk fight. Need him to win & depending on the odds I may put more down on a stoppage. Just cant see Bellew going 12.

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Usyk/Bellend should be good. Its a long time since Bellend made CW though....

No way is Bellend gonna outwork or outjab Usyk so Coldwell's gameplan has to be for a stoppage or KO, which will make for an interesting match. And Usyk does not like taking a good crack. Is he going to keep Bellend at arms' length for 12 rounds? I think not. If it goes 12 rounds - which will be Usyk's plan - he will win 120-108. But I think the smart $ is on a Bellend stoppage R8>

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Bellew winning by stoppage? That would fuck me over. I just cant see it though, i think Usyk has him beat in every area. Especially physically, Usyk looks like the perfect cruiser whereas Bellew is more of a skinny gangly guy. At heavyweight he even looks fat to me. It wouldnt suprise me if Usyk is the harder hitter too. If Bellew comes out loading up on power shots he will only speed up his demise imo cause Usyk will counter him to death.

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selij

Im neutral on it really G. Not a fan of either and as long as it gives us some entertainment I'll be happy.

 

Never a good idea to wager on football (soccer as you lads say) or boxing imo............ :cop

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Also I think if Usyk wants to be taken seriously as an opponent for AJ he needs to win impressively here. I think he knows it too.

Boxing is the only sport i"m comfortable regularly betting on. I've made money this year but not as much as I should have. You really never bet on these fights? I'm betting every damn week it seems. I follow a lot of guys who do it on twitter as well. A lot of UK guys are into it.

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Last wager I had on boxing was a very high stake (for me) win on Pac/Bradley l. It paid for two 5* holidays (vacations), one to Lanzarote and one to Gran Canaria. Never had a wager since (for no paricular reason, although I do folow the oddschecker). I took 4/1 on Bradley to win (in UK terms) I dont know how that translates into US odds - are they metric percentages (?)

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In american odds a 4-1 favorite would be listed as -400 (have to risk $400 to win $100) & a 4-1 underdog would be listed as +400 (have to risk $100 to win $400)

That Bradley/Paquiao fight was a goldmine for a lot of people, I wish I would have jumped on that bet.

Usyk is -683 on my sportsbook so I parlayed him with a bunch of other fighters. I use parlays a lot cause boxing odds are so lopsided usually.

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On 11/8/2018 at 7:19 PM, JoshB said:

In american odds a 4-1 favorite would be listed as -400 (have to risk $400 to win $100) & a 4-1 underdog would be listed as +400 (have to risk $100 to win $400) 

Yea +400 then is what I took. 4-1 in UK-speak. (4 to 1 'against')

The -400 would be listed as 1-4. (4 to 1 'on')

Edit: Looks like your 'parlay' (accumulator UK) is still active dude....with the Usyk win

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