Category Boxing

Hatton 3/1 to get better of Manny Pacquiao after comeback

With the news that Ricky Hatton is set to make a return to the boxing ring later this year, bookmakers Coral have been quick to price up a range of specials on The Hitman.

In fact they make him odds-on to defeat fellow Brit Kell Brook, and 3/1 & 9/2 to get revenge on Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr respectively.

They also make Hatton 2/1 to to win a world title before the end of 2013.

Plus with lots of talk about who will be named BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2012, Coral have also made Hatton 25/1 to win the prize in 2013. [Read full article »]

Golovkin to score a knockout at 11/10 | Boxing Tips

Felix Sturm, Daniel Geale, Gennady Golovkin and Grzegorz Proksa are not exactly household names in the UK but this quartet of boxers fight in two different world middleweight title bouts this weekend. Who said you needed a household name to make a good tip anyway?

The first of the middleweight double header sees Sturm take on Geale in which looks a close fight on paper. Sturm is a slight favourite with the bookies (currently best price 4/6 with SkyBet) to successfully defend the WBA title he has owned since 2007 but British duo Matthew Macklin and Martin Murray have shown the champ is beatable in recent fights. [Read full article »]

Haye as big as 5/4 to see off Chisora inside 10 rounds

West Ham Utd’s Upton Park will play host to one of British Boxing’s most controversial fights yet when David Haye and Dereck Chisora do battle on Saturday night.

So without replaying the history of how this fight came about, and whether you agree with it or not, our resident boxing expert @Smido11 talks you through the boxing side of things…

David Haye comes into this bout as short-priced favourite (2/7Totesport) and he & his manager/trainer Adam Booth are possibly the most calculated and selfish minds in boxing today. Almost everything they do in front of the media is to get a reaction and you could argue that it worked, after they blagged their way into a world heavyweight title fight with the world’s no.1 Wladimir Klitschko.

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David Haye v Wladimir Klitschko – Betting preview

Ever since David Haye landed the killer punch against giant Nikolai Valuev, he has had the Wladimir Klitschko fight in his sights.

On Saturday night the 30-year old WBA champion will eventually get his wish as the heavyweights will come together at the Imtech Arena in Hamburg, Germany.

Wladimir and his elder brother Vitali have dominated the division for the past decade. Vitali still holds the WBC belt and should Haye win this fight and want [Read full article »]


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