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Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder: Mouthwatering bout could be months away There are strong rumours in the industry that Fury v Wilder is close to being confirmed and could take place this year.
View market Frank Monkhouse 03 August Leave a comment. Sean Dodd v Joe Cordina: Masher can take the short price favourite to later rounds Masher Dodd doesn't stand a chance of winning in Wales according to the betting but Betfair's boxing writer Frankie Monkhouse thinks talented Welshman Joe Co Dillian Whyte v Joseph Parker: View market Frank Monkhouse 26 July Leave a comment.
Dereck Chisora v Carlos Takam: Del Boy goes in as the underdog despite home advantage Dereck Chisora is a match for any heavyweight when in the mood - but will he fancy it here?
Parker can edge a tough battle with Whyte Betfair Ambassador David Haye returns with his views on this weekend's action, including the exciting heavyweight battle between Dillian Whyte and Joseph Par View market David Haye 25 July Leave a comment.
Anthony Joshua v Alexander Povetkin Betting: Comfortable win on the cards Anthony Joshua goes back in the ring in September and the Betfair markets make him a short price to defeat Alexander Povetkin. View market Jasmine Baba 17 July Leave a comment. Manny Pacquiao v Lucas Matthysse: Pac back contesting world titles on Sunday Pac Man is back in action as he takes part in his 68th fight. View market Frank Monkhouse 12 July Leave a comment. Rocky Fielding v Tyron Zeuge: Englishman better than his price but he'll get no favours in Germany It's England vs Germany in the ring and Betfair's boxing writer Frankie Monkhouse looks at the chances of an upset on Saturday night Martin Murray v Roberto Garcia: St Helens scrapper will make Mexican pay for call-off Martin Murray must remain professional as he looks to continue his recent winning form.
View market Frank Monkhouse 21 June Leave a comment. Josh Taylor vs Viktor Postol: Scotsman set for tougher test than odds suggest Josh Taylor is within touching distance of a shot at a world title but must impress against a tough opponent in Glasgow on Saturday.
I always tried to give the fans the fights they wanted In his first column since announcing the decision to retire, David Haye reflects on his 16 years in the ring, looks ahead to life as a promoter with Hayemake View market David Haye 15 June Leave a comment.
Comeback win over Seferi proves there's a long road ahead for the former champ Fury returned to add a bit of excitement to the heavyweight scene and he's not short of options on where to go next. View market Frank Monkhouse 12 June Leave a comment. Punters looking to back Del Boy will find a tempting [2. The experienced year-old was a late stand-in for that fight and experts feared the worst. The durable opponent may have climbed out of the ring a loser, but he had won the respect of everyone who watched his brave round performance.
Cameroonian born, French based Takam surprised all when taking his big-punching opponent into the latter stages despite coming under heavy fire from the first bell. Cut above the right eye he was downed in the fourth before being stopped on his feet by referee Phil Edwards two from the finish. The underdog that night was never in danger of beating AJ, but many thought he deserved to hear the final bell.
That looks worth a place in weekend accumulators and should help pay for your night. OK, I get it. Takam showed enough against Joshua to merit support here.
Join today View market. What version of Dereck Chisora will we see? Amir Khan Shawn Porter Jorge Linares Oleksandr Usyk Leo Santa Cruz Badou Jack Juan Estrada Eleider Alvarez Dmitry Bivol Sullivan Barrera Billy Joe Saunders Spike O'Sullivan middleweight Chocolatito Gonzalez vs. Moises Fuentes super flyweight.