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Boxing Betting Odds

Betting has always been linked with boxing but in the past illegally. Now there are lots of bookmakers that are offering several betting markets on the most popular boxing contests. In this page, you will find the latest odds on the next bout, boxing betting tips and more information about boxing betting in general.

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British Boxing Betting

The main concept of boxing is two people that are fighting following specific rules in a ring. Boxing is highly regulated, so you must learn more about the sport before going and place boxing bets. Every division has different belts that are assigned by the boxing federations. The World Heavyweight Boxing division is the most popular amongst fans and therefore punters. Over the last few years, it has captured more and more fans thanks to the excellent performance of British boxers. 

If you are interested in betting on any boxing match, simply go to the bookmaker’s section on this site and pick a bookmaker that you would like to open an account with. After registering you will be able to get a Free Boxing Sport Bet as long as you follow the terms and conditions of the offers (that you will find close to the offer and on the bookmakers’ sites). 

Popular Boxing Bets

Win-Draw-Win Market

The most popular bet in boxing terms is to predict the boxer that you think it will win the fight. The odds are showing three outcomes. You can have boxer A to win, boxer B or a draw (unlikely). The odds tend to be very short when there is a clear favourite, and this tends to happen the majority of times in boxing. 

Round Betting

In this case, you will need to predict how many rounds the fight will last. The betting sites will set up a line as to many rounds they think there will be and you can bet either on over or under. In professional boxing, there are usually 12 rounds, but double-check as this might vary depending on the bout. 

Method of Victory Odds

Another popular way of betting is predicting how the fight will be won. Bookmakers will put up odds on whether the fight will be won by points or knockout or by technical knockout. If you are looking for good value odds and willing to risk a bit more, this is a fun bet to place. Before doing so, check the records of the boxers as you might discover some pretty insightful trends.

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