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    Boxing Betting Odds: Timothy Bradley and Manny Pacquiao will meet for the second time when they face each other at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, April 12th. They met the first time in 2012 and it was Bradley winning a decision that almost everyone except the judges thought should have gone to Pacquiao. Now the two are fighting in a long awaited rematch and it is Pacquiao again who is favored. He is listed at -220 at BetDSI sportsbook.Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Danny Garcia will defend his WBC/WBA junior welterweight title on Saturday night as he takes on Mauricio Herrera in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Garcia is listed as a big favorite in this fight that can be seen on Showtime. Garcia comes in with a perfect record of 27-0 with 16 knockouts while Herrera is 20-3 with 7 knockouts. This bout will be part of the action in Puerto Rico on Saturday night which also includes the fight between Juan Manuel Lopez and Daniel Ponce De Leon. 

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    Boxing Lines: The Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico is the site for Saturday’s featherweight bout between Juan Manuel Lopez and Daniel Ponce De Leon. It is a revenge fight for De Leon, although way past its time, as Lopez beat Ponce De Leon almost six years ago. Had this fight taken place a few years ago it might have been Lopez who was favored but now it is Ponce De Leon who will be the favorite. Diamond sportsbook has Ponce De Leon listed as the -180 choice in boxing lines. 

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    Boxing Betting: The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada is the site for Saturday’s light middleweight bout between Alfredo Angulo and Saul Alvarez. This all-Mexican clash can be seen on Showtime Pay-Per-View with Alvarez the big favorite. Alvarez comes in with a record of 42-1-1 with 30 knockouts while Angulo is 22-3 with 18 knockouts. This fight has the potential to be a really good one as both fighters have good knockout power having combined for 48 knockouts in their careers. Here is a look at the fight and the boxing odds at Diamond sportsbook. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Scottish Exhibition Centre in Glasgow, Scotland is the site for Saturday’s lightweight bout between Terence Crawford and Ricky Burns. Crawford is the challenger while Burns is the WBO light weight champion but Crawford is better than a 2-1 favorite in this fight. Crawford is unbeaten in his career at 22-0 while Burns comes in with a record of 36-2-1. Crawford is the favorite but Burns will have the advantage in terms of crowd support with the fight taking place in Scotland. Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: HBO will be televising the super middleweight fight on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas between Brian Vera and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. The two fought last September and Chavez won a controversial decision against Vera. The oddsmakers think Chavez is going to win again as he is more than a 4-1 favorite against Vera. Chavez comes into this fight with a record of 47-1-1 with 32 knockouts while Vera is 23-7 with 14 knockouts. Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Lines: Robert Stieglitz will defend his WBO super middleweight title on Saturday in Germany as he takes on Arthur Abraham. These two have met twice in their careers so this will be their third and likely final meeting. Stieglitz comes in with a record of 46-3 with 26 knockouts while Abraham is 38-4 with 28 knockouts. This fight will take place at the Getec Arena in Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany.Here is a look at the fight and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Betting: The Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas is the site for the bout between Vasyl Lomachenko and Orlando Salido on Saturday. This fight is on the undercard with the feature bout on Saturday having Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. taking on Bryan Vera. The bout between Lomachenko and Salido is a matchup between the veteran boxer Salido against the great amateur boxer Lomachenko. Normally the veteran boxer would be favored but that is not the case for this fight as Lomachenko is a big favorite at BetDSI sportsbook. Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: HBO2 will be televising the bout between Miguel Vazquez and Denis Shafikov on Saturday night at the Cotai Arena at the Venetian Resort in Macau. Vazquez has not fought in more than a year but he is still the current IB lightweight champion and he comes in with a record of 33-3. Shafikov comes into this fight unbeaten at 33-0-1 so this should be an excellent fight on Saturday. The oddsmakers don’t know which way to go on the fight as they have the boxing line for this fight listed at a pick.Let’s get ready to bet on boxing at Diamond sportsbook with this fight between Shafikov and Vazquez. 

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    Boxing Odds: Daniel Geale is a heavy favorite to defeat Garth Wood when the two fight on Wednesday, February 19th at the Horden Pavilion in New South Wales, Australia. Geale is a former middleweight title holder and he wants a chance to get his title back in a bout against Gennady Golovkin later this year. He will have to get past Garth Wood first and based on the odds at the online sportsbook that should not be a problem as Geale is listed as a prohibitive favorite. Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Lines: A heavyweight title fight between Kevin Johnson and Dereck Chisora is set for Saturday in London. Chisora is the current WBA and WBO International champion. He will be taking on Kevin Johnson who has won 29 fights in his career. It is looking like the winner of this bout will get the winner of the fight between Tyson Fury and Joey Abell. It is expected that both Chisora and Fury will win on Saturday and then fight with the winner getting a title shot against Wladmir Klitschko. 

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    Boxing Odds: Bradley Skeete will look to remain unbeaten as he takes on Vivian Harris on Saturday in London. Skeete is moving up in class as he takes on Harris for the WBA intercontinental title. The oddsmakers like the chances for Skeete as he is better than a 5-1 favorite. Harris is a former world champion but he recently went six straight fights without getting a win. This fight takes place at the Copper Box Arena in London, England which will also host the bout between Kevin Johnson and Dereck Chisora on Saturday. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany is the site for Saturday’s WBO cruiserweight bout between current champion Marco Huck and #1 challenger Firat Arslan. This is a rematch of their bout in 2012 that went the way of Huck in a controversial decision. Huck comes into this fight on Saturday with a record of 36-2-1 with 25 knockouts while Arslan has a record of 33-6-2 with 21 knockouts. Here is a look at this fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Betting Lines: The Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada is the site for a light heavyweight bout on Saturday, January 18th between Lucian Bute and Jean Pascal. It is being billed as the biggest Canadian fight in more than 30 years and more than 22,000 are expected to attend. The fight will also be shown live on HBO. The two fighters have a combined record of 59-3-1, with 41 knockouts. The oddsmakers think this fight is going to be a good one as Pascal is just a slight favorite and the rounds option is 11.5.Let’s look at the fight and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: Keith Thurman will look to remain unbeaten as he takes on Jesus Soto Karass on Saturday in San Antonio. Thurman is 21-0 on his career, winning by knockout a total of 19 times. He is heavily favored to defeat Soto Karass who comes into this bout with a record of 28-8-3 with a total of 18 knockouts. This fight is on the undercard of Broner vs. Maidana at the Alamodome in San Antonio. This fight can be seen on Showtime on Saturday night.Here is a look at this bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas is the site for Saturday night’s bout between current WBA welterweight champion Adrien Broner and challenger Marcos Maidana. This will be the first title defense for Broner who is thought of as a future star in the sport of boxing. Broner is listed as a big favorite in this fight against Maidana who comes in with a record of 34-3. This fight may not go the distance as in their 61 combined fights, the two have 53 knockouts. Here is a look at the bout on Showtime and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York is the site for Saturday night’s fight between Paul Malignaggi and Zab Judah that can be seen on Showtime. It is being called a must-win bout for both fighters. Each is a former world champion but each one is coming off a loss. Maglignaggi is 32-5 in his career with seven knockouts while Judah is 42-8 with twenty-nine knockouts. Maglignaggi was beaten last time out by Adrien Broner while Judah lost to Danny Garcia. Let’s look at this bout between Malignaggi vs. Judah on Saturday night and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: HBO will be televising the super bantamweight bout between Joseph Agbeko and Guillermo Rigondeaux on Saturday night in Atlantic City. Ridondeaux has simply been dominating in his career and he is heavily favored to retain his super bantamweight title in this fight against Agbeko who has dropped two of his last three bouts. The oddsmakers have made Rigondeaux a huge favorite as he is listed at -1300 at Diamond sportsbook. Let’s take a look at this fight and get ready to bet boxing. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: Devon Alexander will defend his IBF welterweight title on Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York against Shawn Porter. These two fighters have a combined record of 47-1-1 as Devon Alexander comes in with a record of 25-1 Shawn Porter is 22-0-1. Even though Porter is unbeaten he hasn’t fought the caliber of fighters that Alexander has fought in his career. The oddsmakers definitely think this one is a mismatch as Alexander is heavily favored at BetDSI sportsbook.Here is a look at the bout and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: Darren Barker will defend his IBF middleweight title on Saturday as he takes on Felix Sturm. Keep in mind that since this fight takes place at the Porsche Arena in Stuttgart, Germany, it will start in the afternoon, Eastern Time. The bout could be one of the better ones of the day on Saturday as oddsmakers list Barker as just a -125 favorite at Diamond sportsbook. They also expect the fight to go the distance as the rounds are listed at 11.5 with the over at -240. Here is a look at the fight and boxing predictions. 

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    Bet Boxing: The Colisee de Quebec in Quebec City, Canada is the site for Saturday night’s WBC light heavyweight fight between champion Adonis Stevenson and top challenger Tony Bellew. Stevenson comes into the fight with a record of 22-1 with 19 knockouts while Bellew is 20-1-1 with 12 knockouts. Even though the two fighters have similar records, Bellew really hasn’t fought anyone of note and he is not well known outside of the UK. Stevenson is the current WBC champ and is coming off wins against Chad Dawson and Tavoris Cloud.Here is a look at the fight and boxing odds at Diamond sportsbook. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: Shane Mosley is a slight favorite to defeat Anthony Mundine on Wednesday from New South Wales, Australia. The 12 round welterweight bout should be competitive and you can make a case for either boxer winning this fight. The oddsmakers have listed Mosley as a slight favorite in this bout. Both of these veterans have combined to for 65 knockouts in their career so we should see some action in this bout on Wednesday. Here is a look at the fight, the odds available at BetDSI sportsbook and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Betting Odds: The Battle of Britain takes place on Saturday with George Groves taking on Carl Froch. This super middleweight fight will take place from the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom with Froch listed as more than a 3-1 favorite. Froch will be defending his WBA and IBF World titles against the unbeaten Groves. Keep in mind that since this fight is in the UK it will start late in the afternoon Eastern Time. That actually works out well because on Saturday night we get another big fight when Brandon Rios takes on Manny Pacquiao.Let’s look at the bout between Groves and Froch and boxing predictions. 

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    Boxing Odds: The Venetian Resort in Macau, China is the site for the fight between Brandon Rios and Manny Pacquaio on Saturday night. Pacquiao is one of the most popular fighters in boxing history but he has lost his last two fights and if he loses on Saturday night he might retire. The oddsmakers don’t think Pacquiao is going to lose though as they have made him more than a 4-1 favorite in boxing betting odds with the rounds total listed at 8.5 under. Here is a look at the fight and boxing picks. 

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    Boxing Betting: The old man of boxing, Bernard Hopkins will look to defend his IBF light heavyweight title on Saturday night in Atlantic City as the takes on Karo Murat. Hopkins will turn 49 later this year but he is still going strong and he is a big favorite to defeat Murat on Saturday night in a bout that can be seen on Showtime. Even though he is way past his prime, Hopkins is still fighting at a high level and not many people give Murat a chance to win this fight on Saturday. Here is a look at the bout and boxing odds at BetDSI sportsbook.