Boxing Odds Explained

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Boxing Odds Explained 2019-10-11T12:58:50+00:00

Jack Dempsey. Muhammad Ali. Rocky Balboa and Floyd Mayweather are some of the best boxers we know. They are all fierce competitors that boxing punters look for when staking on this knockout sport. There are many bookmaking options for boxing and each of them requires a different strategy. Below we explain the moneyline, method of win bets and the total rounds bets.

 

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Moneyline

This is a very common wager for boxing enthusiasts and it only requires punters to choose a winner. What you win depends on the betting lines. The betting line is a way for the sportsbooks to regulate who should win a fight and how persuasively. Boxing moneyline odds would look like this:

  • Rocky +130
  • Apollo Creed -160

In this case, Apollo Creed is the favourite and you would have to place a bet of $160 to win $100. Rocky is the underdog meaning you only need to bet $100 to win $130.

FYI – Favourites are represented with minus signs (-) and Underdogs are represented with plus signs (+).

Method of Victory

Another well-known wager you can place on boxing is the method of victory. Instead of guessing who will take the fight, you would predict how the fight will end. Let’s use the Rocky vs Creed as an example. Instead of gambling on Creed to win (-160), you can bet on Creed to win by a knockout (+160). If Creed wins via a knockout, you will win your moneyline wager and your method of victory bet as well.

Total Rounds

Total rounds are also another type of a bet for boxing. This bet involves betting on the number of rounds that a fight will have.  If you ponder the fight will end within 11.5 rounds, you will bet the UNDER. If you think the fight will go over 11.5 rounds, you will bet the OVER. The

Where to place Boxing Bets Online

For punters that are ready to place their bets online. There are great sports betting sites that take boxing bets. NZ punters will be happy to know that New Zealand has the best sportsbooks online. Even though they are great sportsbooks, punters still have to make sure that they place their bets at a licensed and regulated sportsbook online.

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