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  • Emmanuel Rodriguez will take his undefeated record and International Boxing Federation World Bantamweight title into the ring on Saturday night against a very dangerous challenger. Naoya Inoue is also undefeated for his career and the current holder of the World Boxing Association World Bantamweight championship title belt. Rodriguez and Inoue will meet in a unification title but at SSE Hydro in Glasgow with coverage on DAZN. Despite his championship and undefeated record Rodriguez enters this bout as the prohibitive underdog to the more highly regarded Inoue.   More

  • It has been a long one-year layoff for World Boxing Council World Featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr but that should only mean that he is fresh and more than ready for his upcoming title defense bout against Kiko Martinez that will take place on Showtime from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York this Saturday. Russel Jr is the prohibitive favorite in the fight. Since winning the title belt against Johnny Gonzalez on March 28, 2015, Russell Jr has successfully defended his championship a total of three consecutive times. In Martinez he will be facing a lightly regarded challenger with a mixed recent record of success.   More

  • Isaac Dogboe has lost only one fight in his professional career. And it was the last time that he stepped into the ring. At that time Dogboe was World Boxing Organization World Super Bantamweight champion and was defending his title belt against Emanuel Navarrete at Madison Square Garden Theatre in New York. In a stunning 12 round unanimous decision Emanuel Navarrete scored the win and with it Dogboe’s title belt. Ever since then everyone has demanded a rematch. On Saturday, March 11 they will get it. The Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona will host Dogboe vs. Navarrete II.   More

  • Francisco Vargas has waited for over two years to get a shot at revenge against the man that took away his World Boxing Council World Super Featherweight title belt. On January 28, 2017 Vargas defended his title against challenger Miguel Berchelt at the Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California. After an action-packed start fans and gamblers were surprised at how Berchelt took over the fight in its later stages. Finally, in the 11th round the fight was called for Berchelt as Vargas was suffering from multiple facial cuts. Vargas was upset the fight was called but nearly all observers say he would have lost the fight anyway. But two years later Vargas has the opportunity to take matters in his own hands. Problem is that Berchelt has demonstrated credibility with four straight title defense wins since that epic night.   More

  • Canelo Alvarez continues to build upon his reputation as a legendary multiple champion of three different weight classes. A year ago, Alvarez was battling doping accusations but has since overcome all of that to reign as the World Boxing Association super world middleweight champion. His record is one of dominance but also with adaptability. Most important of all Canelo is as tough as any boxer of this or any era. It is that toughness that has allowed him to win title belts in those different classes with decisiveness. On May 4 Alvarez will be facing a title belt holder in his own right against Daniel Jacobs. The “Miracle Man” currently holds the International Boxing Federation championship and is considered to be one of the more capable opponents that Canelo has ever faced.   More

  • Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, also known as Wisaksil Wangek, will defend his World Boxing Council world super flyweight title against challenger Juan Francisco Estrada on April 26 at the Forum in Inglewood, California with coverage on DAZN. Wangek opened as a small betting favorite as plenty of sharps are taking a liking to the underdog Estrada. Wangek is a multiple super flyweight champion and is the world’s top ranked super flyweight by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and BoxRec. Additionally, he is the fourth ranked pound for pound boxer in the world. Estrada is a past champion in his own right having held the World Boxing Association and World Boxing Organization flyweight championships. This is a rematch of a bout that took place on February 24, 2018 in which Wangek defeated Estrada for the World Boxing Council super flyweight title.   More

  • On April 27 two past champions will meet in Las Vegas for the vacant International Boxing Organization and World Boxing Association world lightweight titles. Robert Easter Jr. will meet Rances Barthelemy for the title belts at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas with coverage on Showtime. Easter is a past International Boxing Federation lightweight champion from 2016 through 2018 while Barthelemy was a past International Boxing Federation super featherweight champion in 2014. Easter opened as a prohibitive favorite for this bout in which each boxer has the opportunity for redemption and to reclaim championship status. In particular Easter will be looking to ease the sting of his very first career loss in his last fight.   More

  • The good citizens of Omaha, Nebraska do not have a major professional sports franchise but they certainly can call one of their own as the among the best pound for pound boxers in the history of the sport. World Boxing Organization World Welterweight champion Terence Crawford has never lost a fight in his professional career. Beyond that he has become a favorite with the boxing community for the way in which he dominates opponents in the ring. Amir Khan is a past champion in his own right and is looking to get back to rocking a major championship belt for the first time since 2011.   More

  • At the age of 22 Brandon “The Heartbreaker” Figueroa is already being touted as one of the top young world Boxing Championship prospects in the fight game. Figueroa has never lost a fight and is now going to get his first ever shot at a world title. Due to his level of domination at the onset of his fledgling career Figueroa is a prohibitive favorite in his upcoming bout against Yonfrez Parejo. Parejo is a 32-year-old veteran that lost his only shot at a championship belt back in 2014. While “The Heartbreaker” is the clear public betting favorite this will be his most important fight yet and there are bargain hunters assessing if Parejo has the proverbial punchers chance in this one.   More

  • Jamie Munguia opened as a prohibitive favorite to successfully defend his World Boxing Organization world super welterweight title against challenger Dennis Hogan for their bout that will take place on April 13 from Monterrey, Mexico. This championship fight can be seen on DAZN. Munguia has never lost a fight and few expect lightning to strike in is matchup against Hogan. In fact, Munguia first won the World Boxing Organization world super welterweight title on May 12, 2018 against Sadam Ali in a technical knockout and has successfully defending the belt three consecutive times.Hogan is lightly regarded and not as well known. He is a tough and scrappy 34-year-old journeyman.   More

  • Showtime will present the World Boxing Association World Lightweight title bout between Robert Easter Jr (21-1, 14 knockouts) and Rances Barthelemy (27-1, 14 knockouts) on April 27, 2019 from the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. This bout is scheduled for 12 rounds and can be seen on Showtime.   More

  • One of the biggest fights in history takes place on Saturday, August 26 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, as Conor McGregor takes on Floyd Mayweather Jr. Almost all of the early money has been on McGregor, as the public is taking the big price on the MMA star, but it is expected that some of the late money will be on Mayweather leading up to the fight. Let’s look at the latest odds, some of the props and boxing picks.   More

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