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    Boxing Lines: The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada is the site for a welterweight bout between Devon Alexander and Amir Khan on Saturday night. It is a key fight for Khan who is hoping to get a title shot against Floyd Mayweather Jr. but first Khan has to defeat Alexander on Saturday night. It may not be easy as Alexander comes into this fight with a record of 26-2. Oddsmakers at the online sportsbook have listed Khan as about a 2-1 favorite to win this bout.Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Tyson Fury is a solid favorite to defeat Dereck Chisora on Saturday in London, England. This heavyweight bout that is set for 12 rounds is a heavyweight eliminator with the winner in line to face world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko next summer. Chisora and Fury fought each other back in July of 2011 and it was Fury getting the unanimous decision. Fury is listed as almost a 3-1 favorite to win the rematch with the rounds option set at 9.5.Here is a look at the fight and the boxing odds available at Diamond sportsbook and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Manny Pacquiao is a big favorite to defeat Chris Algieri on Saturday, November 22nd at the Venetian Resort in Macao, China. Pacquiao comes into this fight with a record of 56-5-2 while Algieri is unbeaten in his career at 20-0. Oddsmakers have made Pacquiao a huge favorite in this fight even though Pacquiao has lost two of his last four fights. This might end up being a competitive fight which is something that didn’t use to be the case with Pacquiao bouts.Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: Sergey Kovalev is more than a 2-1 favorite to beat Bernard Hopkins on Saturday night in Atlantic City, New Jersey at the Boardwalk Hall. Kovalev is the WBO light heavyweight champion while Hopkins is the WBA and IBF champion. Kovalev comes into this fight at 25-0-1 with 23 knockouts while Hopkins is 55-6-2 with 32 knockouts. Kovalev is 31 years old while Hopkins is 49. This light heavyweight unification bout can be seen on HBO with a start time of about 11 pm Eastern Time.Here is a look at this bout on Saturday night on HBO and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: Unbeaten Gennady Golovkin is a huge favorite to defeat Marco Antonio Rubio on Saturday night in a fight that can be seen on HBO. The middleweight bout scheduled for 12 rounds will take place in front of a sold out crowd at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Golovkin comes into this fight with a 30-0 record with 27 knockouts. Anything less than another knockout would be a surprise although Rubio could be the best opponent Golovkin has faced in his career.Here is a look at the fight and boxing odds. 

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    Boxing Odds: The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada is the site for Saturday’s Welterweight title fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Marcos Maidana. This is a rematch of a fight won by Mayweather back in May by majority decision. Mayweather comes into the bout unbeaten with a record of 46-0 while Maidana is 35-4. This fight that can be seen on Showtime pay-per-view has Mayweather listed as a big favorite at Diamond sportsbook.Here is a look at the bout, the odds and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Lines: Carl Frampton will fight in front of his home fans on Saturday in Northern Ireland as he takes on Kiko Martinez for the IBF Super Bantamweight title. Frampton comes into the bout unbeaten at 18-0 while Martinez is 31-4. This is a rematch of their fight from early 2013 that saw Frampton score a 9th round knockout. This fight on Saturday takes place in Belfast, Northern Ireland where almost all of the 16,000 fans will be cheering for their hometown favorite, Frampton.Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: Wladimir Klitschko will defend his heavyweight title against Kubrat Pulev in a bout that was rescheduled to November 15th. The fight was originally scheduled for September but Klitschko had to pull out due to injury. The two will still fight at the O2 World Arena in Altona, Hamburg, Germany and the bout will still be a title defense for Klitschko. Oddsmakers have Klitschko listed as a big favorite for this fight that is scheduled for 12 rounds.Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Anthony Dirrell is favored to defeat Sakio Bika on Saturday night in a WBC super middleweight title fight. This has the potential to be a great fight as the two fought to a draw last December. Dirrell is undefeated in his career but it is Bika who is the current WBC middleweight title holder. This fight on Saturday takes place at the StubHub Center in Carson, California and is part of a good card of fights that will be broadcast on Showtime.Here is a look at the fight and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: Shawn Porter will defend his IBF Welterweight title on Saturday night as he takes on unbeaten Kell Brook. This fight that can be seen on Showtime takes place from the StubHub Center in Carson, California and is scheduled for 12 rounds. The two fighters come into this bout with a combined record of 56-0-1 with 36 knockouts so this has the potential to be a great fight. Porter is listed as about a 2-1 favorite in boxing odds at BetDSI sportsbook.Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Sergey Kovalev will defend his light heavyweight title when he takes on Blake Caparello on Saturday night. The fight from Atlantic City will be shown as part of HBO’s Boxing After Dark on Saturday. Kovalev comes into the fight unbeaten with a record of 24-0-1 with 22 knockouts. Caparello is also unbeaten at 19-0 but he only has six knockouts and he really hasn’t beaten anyone of note. Oddsmakers at the sportsbook have Kovalev listed as a big favorite in this bout.Here is a look at the bout and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Lines: WBO and IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin is a big favorite to defeat Daniel Geale on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York. This fight that can be seen on HBO has Golovkin listed as a prohibitive favorite in boxing lines at BetDSI sportsbook. Golovkin comes into the bout at 29-0 with 26 knockouts while Geale is 32-2 with 16 knockouts. There is a good chance this fight won’t go the distance as Golovkin has knocked out his last 15 opponents.Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Phones 4U Arena in Manchester, Lancashire, UK is the site for Saturday’s heavyweight battle between Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora. It is a key fight for both men as the winner will get a title shot against world Heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko. Oddsmakers have made Fury about at 2-1 favorite to win this bout with the rounds listed at 8.5 over. Fury and Chisora met just over three years ago when Fury won a unanimous decision.Here is a look at Saturday’s bout and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: It is not often that a non-title fight gets top billing but that is the case on Saturday night in Las Vegas as Saul Alvarez takes on Erislandy Lara. This light middleweight fight that takes place at the MGM Grand has Alvarez listed as the favorite. These two fighters have lost just once each as Alvarez comes into this bout with a record of 43-1-1 while Lara is 19-1-2. Oddsmakers believe this will be a competitive fight as they have Alvarez listed as just a -175 favorite. Here is a look at the matchup and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: Matt Koroboz is a big favorite to defeat Jose Uzcategui on Saturday in a battle of unbeaten middleweights at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Koroboz comes into this fight with a record of 23-0 with 14 knockouts while Uzcategui is 22-0 with 18 knockouts. This fight that will be shown on HBO will be for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental middleweight title. The oddsmakers have made Koroboz more than a 7-1 favorite. Here is a look at the bout and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Lines: Terence Crawford is favored against Yuriorkis Gamboa on Saturday night in a fight that can be seen on HBO. Both fighters come into this bout unbeaten as Crawford is 23-0 with 16 knockouts while Gamboa is also 23-0 with 16 knockouts. Crawford will be making the first defense of his WBO lightweight title that he won in March against Ricky Burns. He should get a good test against the unbeaten Gamboa. Oddsmakers have Crawford listed as a 2-1 favorite. Let’s look at the bout and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, England is the site for an IBF bantamweight title fight between current champion Stuart Hall and challenger Paul Butler. Normally the champion in boxing is favored but not in this case as Butler comes into this fight unbeaten with eight of his fifteen wins coming by knockout. Both Butler and Hall have been talking trash leading up to this fight so it should be an exciting contest on Saturday in England. Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Madison Square Garden in New York City is the site for Saturday’s middleweight title fight between current champion Sergio Martinez and Miguel Cotto. Martinez is the current WBC and Ring middleweight champion. He comes into this fight with a record of 51-2-2 and he is about a 2-1 favorite at Diamond sportsbook against Cotto who comes into the fight with a record of 38-4. This is a big fight for Cotto to prove that he is still relevant and a big draw in boxing as he has dropped two of his past three fights.Here is a look at the fight and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: Carl Froch is favored against George Groves on Saturday in London in what is being termed as perhaps the biggest bout ever in the United Kingdom. This will be a rematch of their bout last November that Froch won by TKO in the 9th round. The rematch will be held at Wembley Stadium in London so the attendance will be huge. Keep in mind that since this fight takes place in London, it will have a start time in the afternoon Eastern Time on Saturday. Let’s look at the bout and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Lines: The Bell Centre in Montreal is the site for the bout between Adonis Stevenson and Andrzej Fonfara on Saturday, May 24th. Stevenson comes into this fight with a record of 23-1 and he is the current WBC light heavyweight champion. Fonfara is the #1 WBC contender and he enters this fight with a record of 25-2. Even though this is a matchup between the top two fighters in the WBC light heavyweight division, the fight is not expected to be competitive as Stevenson is a huge favorite. Let’s look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Forum in Inglewood, California is the site for the WBO Welterweight title eliminator bout between Mike Alvarado and Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday, May 17th. There could be as many as ten fights on the card that will be shown on HBO. Both Alvarado and Marquez would like to get a future shot at Manny Pacquiao and according to the WBO that will happen as this is a title eliminator. Marquez is listed as more than a 2-1 favorite to defeat Alvarado. Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Bermane Stiverne is favored against Chris Arreola on Saturday night in a fight that can be seen on ESPN. This fight is actually a heavyweight title fight as the two are battling for the WBC title which was vacated by Vitali Klitschko when he retired. Eventually the WBC title holder will have to fight the only real heavyweight champion, Wladimir Klitschko but that won’t be until next year at the earliest. Stiverne is listed as a -140 favorite against Arreola for this bout on Saturday. Here is a look at the fight and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: Marcos Maidana takes on Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in a fight that can be seen on Showtime pay-per-view. It is a unification fight between the WBC champion Mayweather Jr. and WBA title holder Marcos Maidana. While that sounds great, the reality is that Maidana only got this fight because of his upset win against Adrien Broner. The oddsmakers think he has no chance of winning as Mayweather Jr. is listed as a huge favorite. Here is a look at the fight and boxing odds at BetDSI sportsbook. 

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    Boxing Odds: ESPN will be televising the bout between Wladimir Klitschko and Alex Leapai. The bout is set for 12 rounds although not many people believe it will last half that long as Klitschko is a big favorite to defend his heavyweight title in short order. Klitschko comes into this fight with a record of 61-3 with 52 knockouts while Leapai is 30-4-3 with 24 knockouts. Keep in mind that this fight does take place in Germany so it will have an afternoon start time on Saturday.Here is a look at this fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: The StubHub Center in Carson, California is the site for Saturday’s WBA welterweight bout between Keith Thurman and Julio Diaz. Thurman is unbeaten in his career and not many people give Diaz a chance in this one. Thurman could be a future star in boxing while Diaz has seen his best days. This fight will be part of the Showtime boxing telecast on Saturday night that also includes the bout between Lucas Matthyssee and John Molina. Here is a look at the fight between Diaz and Thurman and boxing picks.