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Horn vs Mundine Betting Tip
November 30 2018, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
It’s an all-Australian clash down under for fighters Anthony Mundine and Jeff Horn. There is an appetite for this, particularly between the two men with no love lost between them.
Jeff Horn is more of the up-and-comer in this fight. The 30-year-old Australian is taking part in just his 21st professional fight and 18 wins to his name. Horn seemed destined for the very top when he won the WBO Welterweight Title from Manny Pacquiao on a controversial night in 2017.
But Horn’s rise to the top of welterweight boxing had to take something of a detour when he suffered his first professional defeat earlier this year. The Hornet was technically knocked out by Terrence Crawford in Las Vegas and is now returning home to Australia to kickstart his career.
Bet he’ll face stiff competition from Anthony Mundine. The 43-year-old has a career spanning almost 20 years but isn’t on the best of form going into the fight. Mundine has lost two of his last three professional bouts and is far from the favourite for this clash.
One thing which may play into Mundine’s favour is the catch weight. Both fighters have agreed on a catchweight of 71kg (156.52 lbs), meaning that Horn will have to go up around 10 lbs to reach the middleweight limit. Mundine is the heavier fighter but we’ll see whether that can help him at the end of November.
Horn vs Mundine Betting Tip: Jeff Horn is the clear favourite to get the win here with best-priced odds of 1.22..
Wilder vs Fury Betting Tip
December 1 2018, Staples Centre, Los Angeles
It is perhaps the most highly anticipated fight of the year as two of heavyweight boxing’s biggest names come head to head in Los Angeles. Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury both have perfect records coming into this bout but something will have to give with the WBC Heavyweight Title on the line.
Aside from Anthony Joshua, these are the two biggest names in heavyweight boxing right now. All three men have undefeated records but Wilder and Fury will be the first to enter the ring together in Los Angeles in December.
Deontay Wilder is coming off wins against Bermane Stiverne and Luis Ortiz in his last two fights which were both held in the Barclay’s Centre in New York City. Wilder will be hoping to defend his WBO Heavyweight Title for the eighth successive time and is the slight favourite to do so.
But that won’t worry Tyson Fury. The Gypsy King faced a similar challenge when he fought Wladimir Klitschko in Germany back in 2015. Now, Fury has his eyes on an even bigger prize in the shape of Wilder’s WBO Heavyweight belt. Ask any boxing fan and most will want to see a grand unification bout with Anthony Joshua after this but before all of that, we have an enormous fight scheduled for 1 December.
Wilder vs Fury Betting Tip: Deontay Wilder is the slight 1.65 favourite here with Fury’s best-priced odds at 2.25.
Lomachenko vs Pedraza Betting Tip
December 8 2018, Hulu Theater, New York
It’s a unification bout with lightweight champions Jose Pedraza and Vasyl Lomachenko laying their belts on the line in New York.
Vasyl Lomachenko is rated by many as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world today. The 30-year-old Ukrainian is accelerating his professional career at a frankly incredible pace, needing just three fights to secure his first title. Lomachenko added the WBO (Super) and The Ring Lightweight titles to his list when he defeated George Linares at Maddison Square Garden earlier this year.
“I am ready to fight an excellent opponent like Jose Pedraza,” Lomachenko said. “My goal has always been to unify the titles, and Pedraza is standing in my way.”
Jose Pedraza won the honour of being named Lomachenko’s next opponent when he beat the Mexican fighter Ray Beltrán in August 2018. Now, Pedraza is hoping to one-up his opponent in this unification bout but the odds are stacked against him.
Lomachenko is tipped by many to be a boxer on the rise who will soon reach the very top of the sport. The Ukrainian fighter is the major favourite for this bout but struggled with a shoulder injury earlier in the year. We can only wait and see how Lomachenko reacts to that and whether he can make another grand leap forward in his young career on 8 December.
Lomachenko vs Pedraza Betting Tip: It’s hard to look beyond Lomachenko for this. The Ukrainian fighter is the major favourite with best-priced odds of 1.08. .
Frampton vs Warrington Betting Tip
December 22 2018, Manchester Arena, Manchester
The IBF Featherweight Title is on the line here with Josh Warrington taking on the current holder, Carl Frampton.
The undefeated Josh Warrington will take to the Manchester Arena for the first time as a professional with the Leeds-born fighter hoping to make it 28 wins from 28. Warrington saw off Lee Selby in his light fight, another all-British clash at Elland Road back in May 2018.
“The Frampton fight really appeals to me and it will be another big scalp for me,” said Warrington.
“There [were] easier routes I could have taken like having a voluntary. Frampton and Selby in the same year would be a massive achievement.”
But it will be a tough ask for Warrington. Carl Frampton will probably prove to be a tougher opponent than Selby and Warrington won’t have his hometown Leeds crowd to cheer him on. The Manchester Arena is a venue Frampton is familiar with, having fought and won at the arena back in 2016.
Frampton hasn’t lost on British soil and is going into the fight with an impressive 26-1 record. The Northern Irishman beat Nonito Donaire to secure the WBO interim Featherweight Title before defending the belt against Luke Jackson in August. Now, Frampton is going for an even bigger title and is the favourite to secure it.
Frampton vs Warrington Betting Tip: Frampton is the clear favourite with the bookies. The Northern Irishman is available at a best-priced 1.46 compared to Warrington’s 3.2. .
Whyte vs Chisora II Betting Tip
December 22 2018, The O2 Arena, London
Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora II is one of the most anticipated boxing matches of the year. The first bout between the pair was a brutal contest in which both men left absolutely everything in the ring. If the rematch is even half as exciting then this will be worth watching.
It’s been a good few years for Dillian Whyte since he defeated Dereck Chisora back in 2016. The Jamaica-born boxer has won all four of his matches in the last two years, even picking up two vacant titles: the WBC Silver Heavyweight and the WBO International Heavyweight belts.
Now, Whyte is hoping to make it 25-1in his career ahead of what many people believe could be a date with Anthony Joshua in Wembley next April, the fighter who dished out the single defeat of Whyte’s career.
But before any of that, he will have to get past Dereck Chisora which is no mean feat, as he learned two years ago. It was a brutal, bruising contest between the pair and the decision really could have gone either way. Whyte will enter the ring with a 29-8 professional record and one thought on his mind: revenge. It remains to be seen whether he will get it but one thing is for certain, this is not a fight worth missing.
Whyte vs Chisora II Betting Tip: Whyte is the 1.33 favourite to take the win here with his opponent out at best-priced 3.75 which is a little generous considering how close the last fight was.