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Maybe you watch in awe at the way that Featherweights dance around the ring or perhaps you’re knocked out by the sheer strength seen in the Heavyweight division. Whatever it is that you like about boxing, it’s a sport that continues to entertain almost 250 years since its inception.

We’ve seen a particularly intriguing period in boxing in recent years, with the Heavyweight division, in particular, drawing attention. One such example was when Anthony Joshua knocked out one-time champion Wladimir Klitschko in front of a home crowd at Wembley. This was a fight that was every bit as entertaining as promised, as the British fighter became the No. 1 name in the sport.

In fact, the Heavyweight division is packed with championship contenders such as Joshua, Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder, and Joseph Parker primed to return the sport to its glory days.

Despite the positive outlook, boxing has seen its fair share of detractors, with much debate resulting from the fight between Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather and UFC superstar Conor McGregor. One aspect of that fight that has never been under any debate is the sheer amount of money that it generated, giving rise to the prediction that more crossover bouts can be expected in the future.

If you enjoy watching a good fight and are open to adding even more excitement to the occasion, Mr Green offers the latest odds on all the big fights in all betting markets.

Betting on Boxing

There are numerous ways that you can bet on boxing- as is usually the case with any fighting sports betting The most popular betting market is the outcome, i.e. the winner of the fight, but there are other options, too. Alternative betting markets that continue to prove popular with boxing fans include the number of rounds and how the fight is concluded e.g. decision or knockout.

Boxing winner betting

Boxing Betting Winner

The most basic bet in all of boxing is predicting the winner. Just because it’s basic, however, doesn’t mean that you can’t win a lot of money with your knowledge of boxing and finding a good value bet. It’s unlikely that you’ll find big odds in these markets, however, due to the fact that only a small number of outcomes are possible. The exception would be if you were to bet on multiple fighters as part of an accumulator.

Boxing Betting victory method

Bet on the ‘How’, Not the ‘Who’

One way to take advantage of longer odds would be to bet on the conclusion of the fight. This method of betting increases the number of possible outcomes, with five possibilities, as opposed to just three.

For example, if you think Manny Pacquiao will beat a much lower-ranked opponent, you’re probably looking at short odds on a win for the Mexican. If you instead bet on the way in which you think Pacquiao will win the fight, e.g. via a decision, you will be offered more attractive odds. The five possible outcomes for this type of bet are: fighter 1 wins by disqualification or knockout, fighter 1 wins via decision, fighter 2 wins by disqualification or knockout, fighter 2 wins via decision, or the fifth outcome, a draw.

Round betting

Which Round?

Round betting ranks among the more popular and well-known betting markets. Here is where you not only predict who will win the fight but also which round you think they’ll do it in, e.g. Fury to win in round five. This kind of betting provides some very attractive odds as it’s more difficult to call than simply naming the fighter you think will win.

You can also get involved in round betting markets that enable you to group rounds together, such as rounds 1-3, to give you more room for error.

Total rounds betting

How Many Rounds?

If you feel that the fight is too evenly matched to predict the winner, you can opt for a different kind of betting altogether by predicting the number of rounds you think the fight will last. This is a particularly appropriate bet for a fight between two knockout specialists, where an early knockout could occur, or a fight that you feel could easily go the distance.

Boxing Live betting

Live Boxing Betting

If you’re a real fan of boxing and love nothing more than watching a fight between two of the sport’s biggest competitors, live betting can really help add to the excitement. You can place a bet during the fight, which is fantastic if you believe that things will go a certain way at any point in the fight. You can bet on any of the outcomes you can bet before the right, such as the winner, number of rounds, or method of victory.

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If you register with Mr Green and bet £10 on Tyson Fury to win his next fight, for example, you’ll get an additional £10 immediately after, even if you lose that first bet. To secure your free bet, simply open an account with Mr Green, look at the betting markets and place your bet. Your free bet will be made available in knockout time.

The Best Odds in Boxing Betting

Every weekend, Mr Green makes a wide range of boxing odds and betting tips available, with odds for live betting, as well as pre-fight betting.

Whether you wish to place a bet on a huge Tyson Fury fight or an inter-sport fight such as Mayweather-McGregor, you’ll have the odds available at your fingertips once you’ve registered with Mr Green.

Best Boxing betting odds

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Boxing FAQ

How does betting on a boxing match work?

Boxing bets are made on different aspects of a boxing match, similar to sports betting. You can bet on the winner of a specific fight and the duration of the boxing match. You can also wager on the method the boxer will use to win, whether by stoppage or knockout. Boxing bets are usually placed online, and all use American odds to determine the favourite, minimum wagers and underdog opponent. While boxing doesn’t happen as often as other sports, there are still heavy bets for famous professional boxers.

What does +500 mean in boxing?

Boxing bets use American odds — like +500 — to represent the amount a bettor can win from a boxing match. The odds represent the underdog, favourite and the minimum earnings from the wager. The +500 odds represent the amount you can win for betting on the underdog with a $100. If the underdog wins, you will receive $500 plus the $100 wager. Positive numbers in the American odds represent the underdog, while negative numbers like -500 represent the favourites. With a negative number, you will earn $100 for betting $500 on a boxing match.

What are the different types of boxing bets?

When betting on a boxing match, some types of bets include money-line betting. In money-line betting, you can place a wager on the opponent most likely to win the boxing match. The odds in money-line betting are American odds with three or four-digit negative numbers, representing the amount of the wager and the expected winnings. With over/under bets, you can bet on the possibility of the final score being over or under a set score.

What is a 3-way bet in a boxing match?

A 3-way bet is a wager on an event with three possible outcomes. In a boxing match, there are three possible outcomes: fighter A wins, a draw, or fighter B wins. Hence, you can wager on the three possibilities. However, it is rare for a professional boxing match to end in a draw.

How are boxing betting odds calculated?

Boxing betting odds are primarily American odds. The fighters are assigned odds from 100 upwards, and the plus or minus signs before the odds determine whether the boxer is the underdog or favourite. With an underdog bet like +500, bettors can win more for a wager of $100 compared to wagering on favourites.