Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – March 9th Edition

This Saturday, one of the top young boxers on the planet enters the ring for the chance at a championship belt. Featherweight sensation Shakur Stevenson takes on Miguel Marriaga for the WBO Featherweight Title. That match highlights a terrific Saturday of boxing action. Check out analysis and free picks for 6 of the top bouts of the week!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – March 9th Edition

 Saturday, March 14

  • Where: Oxon Hill, MD
  • TV: Fox Sports 1 / Fox Deportes
  • Live Stream: Fox Sports Go

Middleweights – 8 Rounds

25-year-old Esquivel is 13-0 with 12 knockouts. Dormedes Potes is 12-2-1. Potes is a tough fighter. But he has a draw and a loss in 2-of-3. Esquivel should make quick work of Potes. Expect a knockout before Round 8.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jonathan Esquivel

Welterweights – 10 Rounds

Justin DeLoach has lost 3 of his last 4 fights. He fought Terrell Williams hard in his last bout, though, falling via split decision. Eimantas Stanionis is 10-0. Although Stanionis gives up height in this, DeLoach isn’t in good enough form to beat him. Back Eimantas.

Boxing Betting Pick: Eimantas Stanionis

Middleweights – 10 Rounds

Kirkland-Hernandez is the main event on Fox Sports 1’s Saturday card. Kirkland’s last loss was via KO to Canelo Alvarez back in 2015. He’s gone 2-0 since then. Hernandez has lost 2-of-3. Although Kirkland is 9 years older, Marcos might want to find a new profession after this fight. Hernandez doesn’t have enough power to hang with Kirkland.

Boxing Betting Pick: James Kirkland

  • Where: New York, NY
  • TV: ESPN / ESPN Deportes
  • Live Stream: ESPN+

Junior Welterweights – 8 Rounds

13-0 with 5 knockouts, the 21-year-old Bauza figures to move up the rankings after he puts a beating onto Romain Tomas. The French fighter is 8-3 with only a single KO win. Bauza rocks him.

Boxing Betting Pick: John Bauza

Featherweights – 10 Rounds

Magdaleno has done nothing wrong. The 28-year-old’s lone loss happened versus Isaac Dogboe back in 2018. He’s got a strong 27-1 record with 18 knockouts. Sakaria Lukas is undefeated with a 23-0 record. Let’s not fool ourselves. Lukas has fought exclusively in his home nation of Namibia. Magdaleno takes this.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jessie Magdaleno

WBO Featherweight Title – 12 Rounds 

Champ Shakur Stevenson has mowed through his 13 opponents. The 22-year-old ranks as one of the top fighters on the planet. Shakur faces a tough customer in Miguel Marriaga on Saturday, though. Marriaga has won 4 in a row. But the featherweight titleholder has skills for days. Shakur can adjust to any style. So, no matter what Marriaga attempts, Stevenson will have an answer. Again, Shakur impresses.

Boxing Betting Pick: Shakur Stevenson

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Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – February 17th Edition

This Saturday, one of the most anticipated boxing rematches of the year takes place. Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder battle in Las Vegas. After their draw in 2018, many wondered if Fury-Wilder might ever battle again. Saturday is the day. But Fury-Wilder II isn’t the only action this weekend. The undercard in Vegas is dynamite. Also, a few great fights happen in London earlier on Feb. 22. Check out analysis and free picks for this week’s top boxing betting matchups!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – February 17th Edition

 Saturday, Feb. 22

  • Where: London, UK
  • Live Stream: ESPN+

Super Middleweights – 8 Rounds

  • Kody Davies / Umar Sadiq

9-1 Umar Sadiq faces a tough matchup against Kody Davies. The 25-year-old is 10-0. He’s also 6’ 1” with a 74” reach. Also, Davies fought back after getting into trouble against Zak Chelli. But, Umar Sadiq has length with his jab. He can keep Davies away from him. If Davies pushes, Sadiq will step to the side and land a quick one-two. Back Umar.

Boxing Betting Pick: Umar Sadiq

British & Commonwealth Jr. Featherweight Titles – 12 Rounds

  • Brad Foster / Lucien Reid

Reid and Foster fought a draw in the first match. It’s hard to know who takes the rematch. Both are very good boxers. However, Lucien’s hands appeared faster in the first boxing match. He seemed to come on late, which is why he gets the nod over the champ.

Boxing Betting Pick: Lucien Reid

Junior Middleweights – 10 Rounds

  • Sebastian Fundora / Daniel Lewis

At 6’ 5 ½”, Sebastian Fundora towers over 5’ 10” Daniel Lewis.  Fundora faces a tough guy in Lewis, though. Lewis’ motor never stops. Sebastian has a huge advantage from a height standpoint. But based on his past fights, Fundora doesn’t use his height as well as he should. If Lewis concentrates on the body, he can cut down Sebastian on Saturday night.

Boxing Betting Pick: Daniel Lewis

WBO Junior Featherweight Title – 12 Rounds

  • Emanuel Navarette / Jeo Santisima

Jeo Santisima is a heck of a fighter. He hasn’t lost since 2014. Champion Emanuel Navarette hasn’t lost since 2012. Navarette has beaten the top fighters in his weight class including Isaac Dogboe twice. Navarette won’t lose his cool no matter what Jeo tries early on in the fight. Expect Emanuel to figure Santisima out after the second or third round. Then, the champ will take charge.

Boxing Betting Pick: Emanuel Navarette

IBF Heavyweight Eliminator – 12 Rounds 

  • Charles Martin / Gerald Washington

This sets up for a Charles Martin win. Although Martin isn’t that much better of a boxer than Gerald Washington, Charles’ opponent is on the downturn of his career. Gerald has lost 3-of-5. Martin has won 2 straight. He’s also much younger than Washington, 33 to 37. Back the younger man in a boxing match between two plodding heavyweights.

Boxing Betting Pick: Charles Martin

WBC Heavyweight Title – 12 Rounds

  • Tyson Fury -105 / Deontay Wilder -125

Deontay Wilder must do two things to beat Tyson Fury. First, he must use his jab much more than he did in the first fight. Second, he must move better than he did in the first fight. For a heavyweight Fury moves like a gazelle. If Wilder doesn’t match Fury’s movement, Tyson figures to put Deontay into bad position after bad position.

Let’s not kid ourselves. If Deontay hadn’t knocked Fury down late in the first fight, Tyson would have won. Deontay can’t hope that a haymaker drops Fury in the second fight. Tyson will be looking for it. Wilder did display a better use of his jab in the second bout against Ortiz. But he still moved like a robot.

That should prove to be his downfall. Fury’s head movement is second to none. Also, he counters off his head movement, which means when Deontay overreaches for Tyson, Fury will counter. Tyson takes the rematch via a unanimous decision.

Boxing Betting Pick: Tyson Fury

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Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – February 10th Edition

DAZN, Showtime, and FOX broadcast boxing cards this weekend. On Friday, Ryan Garcia battles Francisco Fonseca in DAZN’s featured bout. Also on Friday, Thomas Mattice and Isaac Gonzalez throw down in Showtime’s main event. On Saturday, Fox will broadcast the IBF Super Middleweight fight between champ Caleb Plant and contender Vincent Feigenbutz. Can Plant retain his belt? Check out previews and free picks for 6 of the top boxing betting matches of the week!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – February 10th Edition

 Friday, Feb. 14

  • Where: Anaheim, CA
  • Live Stream: DAZN

Lightweights – 10 Rounds

Former top fighter Jorge Linares’ career is on a downslope. Linares has lost 2-of-4. He hopes to regain some of that lost magic on Friday against Carlos Morales. The 30-year-old has 2 wins and a draw in his last 3. Before that, he had lost 3-of-4. Jorge’s got a good chance to get his career back on track.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jorge Linares  

Lightweights  – 12 Rounds

Ryan Garcia is a top prospect. 19-0 with 16 knockouts. Only 21-years-old. Garcia’s so talented he’s got 2 nicknames, “The Flash”, and “Kingry”. Not sure what Kingry means. So, let’s just call him “The Flash”. Ryan should dominate Francisco Fonseca on Friday night. Fonseca has a nice 25-2-2 record. But Garcia’s got speed and power. It’s always a good idea to back the undefeated up-and-comer over the veteran.

Boxing Betting Pick: Ryan Garcia

  • Where: Philadelphia, PA
  • TV / Live Stream: Showtime

Junior Featherweight – 8 Rounds

Aleem is 15-0 with 9 knockouts. Lopez is 19-3-2 with 9 knockouts. Lopez is on a 3-match winning streak. But none of those 3 fighters were close to Aleem’s level. Expect Raeese to get the victory.

Boxing Betting Pick: Raeese Aleem

Lightweights – 10 Rounds

Mattice has a nice 15-1-1 record. He’s knocked out 11 of his opponents. Isaac Cruz Gonzalez is 18-1-1 with 14 knockouts. He hasn’t lost since 2017. Gonzalez is just 21-years-old. Although Mattice is a good fighter, Isaac’s career in the U.S. started in his last fight. He’s got much more upside than Mattice. Gonzalez beats his rival on Friday.

Boxing Betting Pick: Isaac Cruz Gonzalez

Saturday, Feb. 15

  • Where: Nashville, TN
  • TV: Fox / Fox Deportes
  • Live Stream: Fox Sports Go

Welterweights – 10 Rounds

The good news is that Bryant Perella has a nice 17-2 record. The bad news is that Perella has lost twice in his last 5 bouts. Abel Ramos is 25-3-2 and hasn’t lost since 2018. He should handle Perella no problem on Feb. 15.

Boxing Betting Pick: Abel Ramos

IBF Super Middleweight Title – 12 Rounds

19-0 champion Caleb Plant looks to defend his title in Fox’s main event. German fighter Vincent Feigenbutz has a 31-2 record with 28 knockouts. But Feigenbutz has fought exclusively in Germany. He hasn’t come close to throwing down against a fighter of Caleb’s caliber. Plant wins this with ease.

Boxing Betting Pick: Caleb Plant  

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Galahad vs Brook Preview, Rigondeaux vs Liborio Betting, Boxing Picks of the Week

On Saturday, both Kid Galahad and Kell Brook are in action. The English boxers battle on the same card in Sheffield. DAZN will stream those fights. Also on Saturday, Showtime puts on a couple of title fights. Guillermo Rigondeaux takes on Liborio Solis while Gary Russell Jr. fights Tugstsogt Nyambayar. Check out the analysis and free picks for 6 of this week’s top boxing betting matches!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – February 3rd Edition

Saturday, Feb. 8th – DAZN

  • Where: Sheffield, England
  • Live Stream: DAZN

Eva Wahlstrom vs Terri Harper

  • WBC Women’s Junior Lightweight Title – 10 Rounds

Although Eva Wahlstrom is 39-years-old, she can hang with younger opponents. Wahlstrom has a sweet 23-1-2 record. Her opponent on Saturday, Terri Harper, is 9-0 with 5 knockouts. Harper hails from the United Kingdom. She’s the up and comer. Terri gets to Eva late in this bout.

Boxing Betting Pick: Terri Harper

Kid Galahad vs Claudio Morrero

  • IBF Featherweight Eliminator – 12 Rounds

This is Kid Galahad’s first fight since losing a split decision to Josh Warrington last June. Galahad has a nice 26-1 record. Claudio Morrero is 24-3 with 17 knockouts. 2-of-3 losses happened in recent bouts. But those losses were to Tugstsogt Nyambayar and Jesus Rojas. Morrero forces the Kid to rethink his future.

Boxing Betting Pick: Claudio Morrero

Kell Brook vs Mark DeLuca

  • Junior Middleweights – 12 Rounds

Mark DeLuca has a nice 24-1 record. He faces a top-class boxer in Kell Brook on Saturday, though. Brook has faced Errol Spence Jr. and Gennady Golovkin in 2 of his last 4 bouts. He should handle DeLuca.

Boxing Betting Pick: Kell Brook

Saturday, Feb. 8th – Showtime

  • Where: Allentown, PA
  • TV: Showtime
  • Live Stream: Showtime

Jaime Arboleda vs Jayson Velez

  • WBA Junior Lightweight Eliminator – 12 Rounds

Jaime Arboleda has moved his way up the rankings. The 25-year-old lost a bout in 2017. Since then, he’s won 5 in a row. Jayson Velez has the experience. But Arboleda is hungry. Back the younger, eager, fighter.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jaime Arboleda

Guillermo Rigondeaux vs Liborio Solis

  • WBA Bantamweight Title – 12 Rounds

When will 39-year-old Guillermo Rigondeaux slow down? Rigondeaux knocked out Julio Ceja in his last. Liborio Solis is 30-5-1. He will fight hard. But let’s not kid ourselves. He has just 15 knockout wins. Rigondeaux figures to run circles around Solis. So, yes, the Jackal will slow down at some point. It won’t be on Saturday.

Boxing Betting Pick: Guillermo Rigondeaux

Gary Russell Jr. vs Tugstsogt Nyambayar

  • WBC Featherweight Title – 12 Rounds

Tugstsogt “King Tut” Nyambayar is no joke. He’s 11-0 with 9 knockouts. But on Saturday, he battles a top-class featherweight. With that being written, Tugstsogt boxes. He sets up his power shots with a decent jab. He’s got really good footwork. He also has a massive height and reach advantage over Russell Jr. King Tut can take the title on Feb. 8.

Boxing Betting Pick: Tugstsogt Nyambayar

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Roman vs Akhmadalieve Betting, Farmer vs Diaz Jr. Preview, Boxing Picks of the Week

It’s Super Bowl Week. Can you think of a better way to celebrate than watching and wagering on great boxing matchups before Sunday’s game? The action starts on Thursday when DAZN puts on 3 championship fights in Miami, home of Super Bowl 54. Then on Saturday, Fox Sports 1 showcases talented pugilists in Biloxi, Mississippi. Check out an analysis and free picks for 6 of the top boxing betting matchups of the week!

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – January 27th Edition

Thursday, Jan. 30th

  • Where: Miami, FL
  • Live Stream: DAZN

Daniel Roman vs Murodjon Akhmadaliev

  • IBF/WBA Junior Featherweight Title – 12 Rounds

Few fighters can hang with 27-2-1 Daniel Roman. Roman hasn’t lost since 2013. That’s a string of 19 wins. Akhmadaliev has fought 7 times. He’s got decent skills, but he’s in tough against Roman. Daniel will use his experience to move Murodjon into a position for big power shots. Roman wins what should be a brutal fight.

Boxing Betting Pick: Daniel Roman

Tevin Farmer vs Joseph Diaz Jr.

  • IBF Junior Lightweight Title – 12 Rounds

Farmer has a great 30-4-1 record. He’s knocked out 6 opponents. That’s where Joseph Diaz Jr. has the edge. Joseph, a 30-1 record fighter, has more power. He’s knocked out 15 opponents. But Farmer hasn’t lost a bout since 2012. Tevin takes this.

Boxing Betting Pick: Tevin Farmer

Demetrius Andrade vs Luke Keeler

  • WBO Middleweight Title – 12 Rounds

Andrade is 28-0 with 17 knockouts. For a middleweight, he’s got an excellent 73 ½ reach. Demetrius’ opponent on Thursday, Luke Keeler, has a 17-2-1 record. The Dubliner is just 5’ 11 ½”. Andrade should end Luke’s night early.

Boxing Betting Pick: Demetrius Andrade

Saturday, Feb 1st

  • Where: Biloxi, MS
  • TV: Fox Sports 1/ Fox Deportes
  • Live Stream: Fox Sports Go

Omar Juarez vs Angel Martinez Hernandez

  • Junior Welterweights – 6 Rounds

6-0 with 4 knockouts, Omar Juarez faces his toughest opponent yet. Angel Martinez Hernandez has a nice 10-1 record. Juarez fights within himself. He’s adept at going to the body and the head in the same combination. Not many boxers can do that. That gives Jaurez a slight edge over Hernandez even though Angel’s got the experience.

Boxing Betting Pick: Omar Jaurez

Michel Rivera vs Fidel Maldonado Jr.

  • Lightweights – 10 Rounds

Undefeated at 17-0, Michel Rivera knows how to use his 71” reach. Fidel Maldonado Jr. is a tough guy. He’s fought 32 times. Of those 32 fights, Maldonado has won 27. The man can fight but he’ll enter the ring with serious physical disadvantages. It’s hard to see Fidel getting close enough to Rivera to do any damage.

Boxing Betting Pick: Michel Rivera

Yordenis Ugas vs Mike Dallas Jr.

  • Welterweights – 12 Rounds

Ugas and Dallas Jr. are both 33-year-old boxers with excellent records. Ugas is 24-4. Dallas Jr. is 23-3-2. Both are skilled. But since 2013, Dallas Jr. has fought a total of 5 times. Ugas has fought 12 times since 2013. One of the fights was an impressive split-decision loss to Shawn Porter last March. Yordenis wins.

Boxing Betting Pick: Yordenis Ugas

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Garcia vs Redkach Betting, Hurd vs Santa Preview, Fulton vs Khegai Prediction

While the coming week of boxing betting action doesn’t include any major championship bouts, there is still plenty of value on the board for boxing bettors across the globe. With Showtime hosting what looks like an action-packed card that goes down live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York this coming Saturday, January, 25.

In the headline bout, veteran Danny Garcia will look to take another step toward a huge, championship showdown when he takes on Ivan Redkach. In the co-headliner unified 154-pound champion “Swift” Jarrett Hurd will square off against the dangerous Francisco “Chia” Santana in a 10-round super welterweight contest while electrifying super bantamweight Stephen “Cool Boy Steph” Fulton will face unbeaten Arnold Khegai in a 12-round WBO Super Bantamweight title eliminator.

Now, let’s find out where the best value lies in all three bouts according to the latest boxing odds.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – January 20th Edition

Stephen Fulton vs. Arnold Khegai

Stephen “Cool Boy Steph” Fulton (17-0) is 25-years-old and stands 5’7” with a 67-inch reach. The Philadelphia native comes into this bout off an emphatic sixth round KO win over Isaac Avelar. Ukraine native Arnold Khegai (16-0-1) is 27-years-old and stands 5’6” with a 66-inch reach. The Philadelphia resident comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over Vladimir Tikhonov in August.

Expert Boxing Betting Prediction

While Arnold Khegai is definitely a gifted fighter, I like Stephen Fulton to get it done in this one because of his superior speed and punching power, not to mention the fact that he’s never been beaten and is looking to move into the mix for a championship bout in the near future. This one goes the distance, but Fulton wins.

Pick: Stephen Fulton Via Unanimous decision.

Jarrett Hurd vs. Francisco Santana

Jarrett Hurd (23-1, 16 KOs) is 29-years-old and stands 5’11” with a 78-inch reach. The Maryland native suffered his first career loss by losing to Julian Williams via unanimous decision in May of last year.

California native Francisco Santana (25-7-1) stands 5’9” with a 72-inch reach. He comes into this bout off a unanimous decision loss against Abel Ramos in March that dropped him to a dismal 1-3 over his last four fights.

Expert Boxing Betting Prediction

Make no mistake about it, Jarrett Hurd is going to win this bout and win it emphatically against the far lesser Francisco Santana. Hurd has the edge in pure boxing skill, speed and punching power, not to mention he’s looking to get back in the win column after suffering his first career loss the last time out.

Francisco Santana won’t go down easily, but he will go down at some point in this affair. I’m going with Jarrett Hurd for the huge, fifth round KO.

Pick: Jarrett Hurd Via 5th Round KO.

Danny Garcia vs. Ivan Redkach

Philadelphia native Danny Garcia (35-2, 21 KOs) is 31-years-old and stands 5’8” with a 68.5-inch reach. Garcia has alternated wins and losses over his last four fights but comes into this affair off a thrilling seventh round KO over Adrian Granados at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California on April 20 of 2019.

The former welterweight and junior welterweight champion was hoping that the legendary Manny Pacquiao would be his next opponent in a high-profile, pay-per-view fight, but the Filipino won’t return to the squared circle until the spring at the very earliest.

Danny Garcia is one of the Boxing Betting favorites for this week.

Ukraine native Ivan Redkach (23-4-1, 18 KOs, 1 NC) is 33-years-old and stands 5’10½” with a 71-inch reach. Redkach knocked out former junior welterweight and welterweight champ Devon Alexander (27-6-1, 14 KOs) in the sixth round of his last fight back on June 1 in San Jacinto, California to improve to 3-0 over his last three bouts.

Rumors that Redkach would fight Adrien Broner next never materialized and now Redkach will fight at the welterweight limit of 147 pounds for just the second time in his career.

Expert Boxing Betting Prediction

While I’m expecting Danny Garcia to show some ring rust early on due to his long layoff, I like the more experienced and more explosive Garcia to get it done in this one against the dangerous Redkach.

While Garcia is slightly shorter than Redkach with a shorter reach, he’s faced far better competition than Redkach by taking on world class fighters like Erik Morales (twice) Amir Khan, Zab Judah, Paulie Malignaggi Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter. With a potential world class title fight on the line, Garcia wins via seventh round TKO.

Pick: Danny Garcia Via 7th Round TKO.

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Shields vs Habazin Betting, Hart vs Smith Jr. Preview, Munguia vs O’Sullivan Prediction

Showtime, ESPN, and DAZN all provide boxing fight cards this weekend. On Friday, Clarissa Shields takes on Ivana Habazin in a Women’s Junior Middleweight Title bout. That’s the main event on Showtime’s card. The main event on ESPN’s card happens on Saturday. Jessie Hart battles Joe Smith Jr. Over on DAZN this Saturday, Jaime Munguia throws down against Gary O’Sullivan in a 12-round middleweight battle. Check out previews and picks for this week’s top boxing matches!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – January 6th Edition

Friday, Jan. 10th

Jaron Ennis vs Bakhtiyar Eyubov

  • Welterweights – 10 Rounds

Ennis doesn’t have a cakewalk battle against Bakhtiyar Euybov. His opponent is 14-1-1. But the 22-year-old Ennis is a top fighter with 24 wins and 0 losses. He’s also got 22 knockouts from those 24 wins. It shouldn’t be easy early but by the 5th round Ennis dominates.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jaron Ennis

Claressa Shields vs Ivana Habazin

  • WBO/WBC Women’s Junior Middleweight Title – 10 Rounds

Shields is 9-0 with 2 knockouts. She faces a tough fighter in Ivana Habazin on Friday night. Habazin has battled 21 times. She’s got 20 wins from those 21 bouts. Habazin will make Shields work for it. Clarissa’s speed should lead to a win, though.

Boxing Betting Pick: Claressa Shields

Saturday, Jan. 10th

  • Where: Atlantic City, NJ
  • TV: ESPN / ESPN Deportes

Steve Nelson vs Cem Kilic

  • Super Middleweights – 10 Rounds

Undefeated Steve Nelson has 12 knockouts from 15 wins. Cem Kilic is undefeated as well. Kilic is 14-0 with 9 knockouts. The undefeated Turkish fighter is 6 years younger than Nelson. He should give Nelson all he can handle. In the end, though, Nelson wins. Why? He’s got a 4-inch reach advantage that he’ll use to set Kilic up for devastating power punches.

Boxing Betting Pick: Steve Nelson

Jesse Hart vs Joe Smith Jr.

  • Light Heavyweights – 10 Rounds

26-2 with 12 knockouts, Jesse Hart has a massive 77” reach. Joe Smith Jr. is 24-3 with 20 knockouts. Smith Jr. has 2 losses from his last 3 bouts. Sullivan Barrera beat him via unanimous decision in 2017. Last March, Dimitry Bivol beat him via unanimous decision. Both of Hart’s losses were to 40-0 with 26 KOs Gilberto Ramirez. Jesse uses his reach to keep Joe guessing all night. Hart wins.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jesse Hart

Jaime Munguia vs Gary O’Sullivan

  • Middleweights – 12 Rounds
  • Where: San Antonio, TX
  • TV: DAZN

23-year-old Jaime Munguia is undefeated with 34 wins. 27 of Munguia’s wins ended in a TKO or KO. Gary O’Sullivan is 30-3. But the tough Irishman is 35-years-old and faces one of the best young boxers in the sport on Saturday. O’Sullivan will give it his all. It won’t be enough versus the ultra-talented Munguia.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jaime Munguia

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Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – December 9th Edition

Pound-for-pound king Terence Crawford takes on Egidijus Kavaliauskas in Saturday’s top boxing match. Before Crawford – Kavaliauskas, Teofimo Lopez looks to wrest away Richard Commey’s IBF World Championship. Lopez will be tested for class. In addition, Josue Vargas and Michael Conlan are both in action. Check out previews and picks for those 4 fights along with a couple of great matchups on the Golden Boy Facebook Watch live stream from Mexicali!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – December 9th Edition

Roger Gutierrez vs Andres Tapia

Tapia is 16-7-3 with 9 knockouts. The 26-year-old faces a more accomplished fighter on Dec. 14. Roger Gutierrez is 23-3-1. He’s fought against better fighters like Oscar Duarte and Eduardo Hernandez. Guiterrez’s experience leads him to a victory in this.

Boxing Betting Pick: Roger Gutierrez

Diego De La Hoya vs Renson Robles

  • Featherweights – 10 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Dec. 14

In July, Ronny Rios knocked out then-undefeated 25-year-old Diego De La Hoya. Renson Robles is a “get back on track” matchup. De La Hoya should dominate Robles. Unless Renson gets lucky, De La Hoya takes this via KO.

Boxing Betting Pick: Diego De La Hoya

Josue Vargas vs Noel Murphy

  • Junior Welterweights – 10 Rounds
  • Where: New York, NY
  • When: Saturday, Dec. 14
  • TV: ESPN
  • Live Stream: ESPN+

Josue Vargas and Noel Murphy kick off the main card in New York on Saturday. The 15-1 Vargas has run off 9 straight wins. Noel Murphy is 14-1. His record doesn’t reflect the same strength. Murphy has a draw and a loss in 2 of his last 3. Vargas rolls.

Boxing Betting Pick: Josue Vargas

Michael Conlan vs Vladimir Nikitin

  • Featherweights – 10 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Dec. 14

Conlan produced another “impressive” victory in his last. He beat Diego Alberto Ruiz via TKO. We must put impressive in quotes because the 12-0 Conlan has yet to fight a gifted boxer. Is Vladimir Nikitin that gifted boxer? He is. He beat Conlan in Rio in 2016. But, Nikitin’s style doesn’t translate to the pro ranks. Unless Michael lets Vladimir get into his head, Conlan should keep him at length for a win.

Boxing Betting Pick: Michael Conlan

Richard Commey vs Teofimo Lopez Jr.

  • IBF Lightweight Title – 12 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Dec. 14

This could end up the Fight of the Year. Lopez has a 14-0 record. He’s knocked out 11 of his opponents. Commey is 29-2 with 26 knockouts. Even though Lopez is undefeated, he hasn’t stepped into the ring versus a fighter as talented as the champ. Commey has close to a 3-inch reach advantage. Expect the champ to use all 3-inches to get the win.

Boxing Betting Pick: Richard Commey

Terence Crawford vs Egidijus Kavaliauskas

  • WBO Welterweight Title – 12 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Dec. 14

Although Crawford will run circles around the 31-year-old Lithuanian, Kavaliauskas has a great chin. So, once prop wagers come out on this fight, don’t back Crawford for the early knockout. Expect Egidjus to make Terence work.

Boxing Betting Pick: Terence Crawford

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Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – December 2nd Edition

Get ready for a great Saturday of boxing championship action. 2 title fights take place in Puebla, Mexico on ESPN+. Three, headlined by Jermall Charlo, take place in New York on Showtime. Earlier in the day, Andy Ruiz Jr. battles Anthony Joshua in their rematch. Can Joshua turn the tables on Ruiz Jr.? Check out analysis and free picks for 5-of-6 championship bouts for Saturday, Dec. 7th!

Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – December 2nd Edition

Jerwin Ancajas vs Miguel Gonzalez

  • IBF Junior Bantamweight Title – 12 Rounds
  • Where: Puebla, Mexico
  • TV: ESPN+

31-1-2 Jerwin Ancajas faces 31-2 Miguel Gonzalez in a bantamweight title fight on Saturday. Ancajas has no fear. The Pilipino fighter battles Gonzalez in his rival’s home country. Although Gonzalez’ countrymen will cheer loud for their fighter, it won’t matter. Ancajas has more power and a 3-inch height advantage. He should KO Gonzalez before the 10th.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jerwin Ancajas

Emanuel Navarrete vs Francisco Horta

  • WBO Junior Featherweight Title – 12 Rounds

Francisco Horta has a great record. He’s 20-3-1. Horta can also match Navarrete’s physical prowess. Both fighters have a 72” reach advantage while Horta is taller by an inch. Navarrete has looked unbeatable but Horta’s last loss was in 2014. Give Horta a shot here.

Boxing Betting Pick: Francisco Horta

Andy Ruiz Jr. vs Anthony Joshua

The one fight in Saudi Arabia anybody cares about is Ruiz vs Joshua II. Anthony Joshua offers favorite’s odds. It’s hard to understand why. Joshua knocked Ruiz down early in the first fight. Ruiz got off the canvas and dominated AJ.

Ruiz can get inside of Joshua’s hands. He did that in the first fight. We saw what happened. When Ruiz gets inside of AJ’s arms, he’ll use his hand speed to drop short bombs onto Joshua. Andy has an ability to get off combinations in small spaces. Unless Joshua stays outside and uses his jab, Ruiz Jr. wins again. Joshua doesn’t have the boxing skills that Andy Ruiz Jr. possesses. Another disappointing night for the English after Ruiz Jr. repeats the AJ beating from the first fight.

Boxing Betting Pick: Andy Ruiz Jr.

Chris Eubanks Jr. vs Matvey Korobov

Eubanks Jr. is 28-2 with 21 knockouts. On Saturday, he battles tough Matvey Korobov. Korobov has faced tougher competition than Eubanks Jr. Last December, he battled Jermall Charlo to a unanimous decision loss. Korobov could pull off the upset at decent odds.

Boxing Betting Pick: Matvey Korobv

Jermall Charlo vs Dennis Hogan

Undefeated Jermall Charlo does everything right. 34-year-old Dennis Hogan is tailor-made for Charlo’s style. Charlo is 6’ 0” while Hogan is 5’ 8”. The tough Irish fighter will have to take chances against the taller Charlo. The champ wins. The question is whether he knocks Hogan out. Don’t back Charlo at the odds. Wait for boxing props and then make a couple of round bets. Consider rounds 6 to 9.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jermall Charlo

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Top Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – November 25th Edition

A couple of eliminator bouts in Vegas headline a great Saturday of boxing betting action. While all eyes will be on Vegas at night, during the day, championship fights take place in both Monte Carlo and Birmingham, England. Check out analysis and free picks for 5 terrific boxing matches on Saturday, Nov. 30!

op Boxing Betting Picks for the Week – November 25th Edition

Radzhab Butaev vs Alexander Besputin

  • WBA “Regular” Welterweight Title – 12 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 30th
  • Where: Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • TV: DAZN

25-year-old Radzhab Butaev has a 12-0 record with 9 knockouts. His opponent on Saturday is 13-0 with 9 knockouts. Both fighters have battled in the U.S. The main difference between the 2 is a physical trait. Butaev has a 4-inch reach advantage. If he stays outside of Besputin’s range, he should have no trouble winning this championship bout.

Boxing Betting Pick: Radzhab Butaev

Lerrone Richards vs Lennox Clark

  • Commonwealth & British Super Middleweight Titles – 12 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 30th
  • Where: Birmingham, England
  • TV: ESPN+

The home of the Peaky Blinders showcases a great night of action this Saturday. Even though Lerrone Richards is 12-0, he only has 3 knockouts to his credit. Richards prefers to take his time and pile up points. One of the wins was against Tommy Langford, though. That proves he can fight. Clarke hasn’t fought anyone close to Langford’s level. Go with Richards.

Boxing Betting Pick: Lerrone Richards

Carlos Adames vs Patrick Teixeira

  • WBO Junior Middleweight Eliminator – 12 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 30th
  • Where: Las Vegas, NV
  • TV: ESPN+

Adames versus Teixeira should be a fantastic middleweight eliminator. Adames has knocked out 14 of his 18 opponents. He hasn’t lost. Although Adames is undefeated, he has a disadvantage in this matchup. 30-1 Patrick Teixeira has a 3-inch reach advantage. Expect Teixeira to stay outside of Adames’ power. He should provide Carlos a boxing lesson on Saturday.

Boxing Betting Pick: Patrick Teixeira

Carl Frampton vs Tyler McCreary

  • Junior Lightweight – 10 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 30th

5’ 5” British fighter Carl Frampton is as tough as they get. True boxing fans love the gritty former champion. He takes on undefeated Tyler McCreary on Nov. 30, though. McCreary only has 6 knockouts from 16 fights. But, he’s undefeated, which means he’ll keep the 4-inches shorter Frampton from getting inside. McCreary wins on points.

Boxing Betting Pick: Tyler McCreary

Oscar Valdez vs Andres Gutierrez

  • WBC Junior Lightweight Eliminator – 10 Rounds
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 30th

26-0 with 20 knockouts, Oscar Valdez faces the toughest fight of his career on Saturday. Andres Gutierrez is 38-2-1 with 25 knockouts. This should become a contender for fight of the year. That’s how evenly matched these 2 are. Valdez has a speed advantage, though. Not only that but he hasn’t battled in as many brutal fights. That gives Oscar the edge.

Boxing Betting Pick: Oscar Valdez

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