How to Bet on Boxing: Online Betting Guide

Muhammad Ali.

Jack Dempsey. Floyd Mayweather. Rocky Balboa. One of those boxers is fictional but they are all fierce competitions that boxing bettors look for when wagering with this particular sport. Pun alert! Or more accurately, since this is boxing and pun(ches) need to property, bad pun alert!

Basic Odds and Betting Options
There are lots of betting options for boxing and each takes a different strategy. Below we will clarify the moneyline, method of victory bets and complete rounds wagers.

Moneyline
This is a common bet for boxing fans and only needs you to pick a winner. Everything you win will depend on the betting lines. Couldn’t that be an wonderful band name? The betting line — the true line not the imitation band — is a way for those sportsbooks to determine who should win a struggle and the way convincingly.

Boxing moneyline odds would seem something like this:

Rocky +130

Apollo Creed -160

In this case Apollo Creed is your preferred and you would have to wager $160 to win $100. Rocky is the underdog so you would just need to wager $100 to win $130.

The above mentioned example between Philadelphia’s favorite son and The Dancing Destroyer is thought to be a competitive matchup. But, there are occasions where you’ll observe boxers listed as huge favorites with lines such as -10000. You would have to bet $10,000 to win $100. An example of a matchup with a huge favorite would be a struggle between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin. When they fought in September of 2018, the chances were Joshua -1100 and Povetkin +650.

FYI – Favorites are constantly symbolized with minus signs (-). Underdogs are constantly represented with plus signs (+). This is consistent throughout every game. If you find a favorite or underdog with another symbol like a smiley face or poop emoji, get away from this sportsbook. Just like a dog in a kayak, they haven’t any idea what they’re doing.

Method of Victory
Another common bet you can create on boxing is the procedure of victory. Instead of predicting who’ll win the struggle, you’d predict the way the struggle will end.

Let’s use the same Rocky vs Creed instance. Rather than gambling on Creed to acquire (-160), you could bet on Creed to win by knockout (+160). If Creed does win via knockout, you’d still win your moneyline bet and you would win your method of victory bet also.

Total Rounds
If you’re looking for one more take on boxing gambling, try total rounds. This involves betting on the number of rounds a struggle will proceed. You will see a line that looks something like this:

O/U 11.5 rounds (-120/+105)

If you think the battle will finish within 11.5 rounds, you’d wager the UNDER (that is exactly what the U stands for). If you think the fight goes beyond 11.5 rounds, you’d be the OVER (that is exactly what the O stands for). The numbers in the brackets work the same as the lines in our other illustrations. The favorite is -120 and the underdog is +105.

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