Bet on Boxing Tonight: Haney vs Garcia Battle for Junior Welterweight Title

Bet on Boxing Tonight: Haney vs Garcia Battle for Junior Welterweight Title

On Saturday night, Ryan Garcia has a chance for redemption. King Ry steps into the ring against one of the top boxers in the world, champion Devin Haney. Garcia, who suffered a knockout against Gervonta Davis last April, can show he’s learned his lesson.

Will Garcia get it done? Or will Haney send Ryan a step closer to retirement?

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April’s Boxing Events: Saturday, April 20th, 2024


Sam Noakes vs Yvan Mendy

Boxing Bets Online: Sam Noakes -847; Yvan Mendy +460
European Lightweight Title Fight

Saturday, April 20th, 2024
London, England

Underdog Yvan Mendy has a decent 48-6-1 record. Mendy has also stopped 22 of his opponents before the final bell. The +460 underdog won his last via split-decision. But the win came in a fight in Paris.

Mendy’s going to have to step it up big time versus Sam Noakes. Noakes has won all 13 of his bouts. Not only has Sam won all of his fights, but he’s won all 13 via knockout or technical knockout. Noakes ends this early. So look for a KO prop if you’re not comfortable with the moneyline odds.

Sam Noakes vs Yvan Mendy
2024 Pick: Sam Noakes | Boxing Money Line
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John Ramirez vs David Jimenez

Boxing Bets Online: John Ramirez -198; David Jimenez +146
Super Flyweight

Saturday, April 20th, 2024
New York, NY – PPV

David “Medallita” Jiminez bounced back from his lone loss, a 2023 unanimous decision defeat against Artem Dalakian, by winning his last 3. The competition Jimenez faced in his last three doesn’t close to John Ramirez.

The -198 favorite is 13-0 with 9 stoppage wins. Scrappy looked great in his last, a fourth round knockout victory over Ronal Batista. Ramirez gets it done.  

John Ramirez vs David Jimenez
2024 Pick: John Ramirez | Boxing Money Line
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Arnold Barboza Jr. vs Sean McComb

Boxing Bets Online: Arnold Barboza Jr. -1099; Sean McComb +550
Super Lightweight

Saturday, April 20th, 2024
New York, NY – PPV

If you don’t mind backing Barboza Jr. at -1099 to win, then go for it because it’s easy money. It’s virtually impossible to make a case for Sean McComb has a good record at 18-1, he doesn’t have much power, having won just 5 bouts via TKO or KO.

Barboza Jr. is 29-0 with 11 stoppage wins. Barboza Jr. might add a twelfth knockout to the resume. McComb’s lone defeat was a seventh round KO loss to Gavin Gwynne.

Arnold Barboza Jr. vs Sean McComb
2024 Pick: Arnold Barboza Jr. | Boxing Money Line
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Devin Haney vs Ryan Garcia

Boxing Bets Online: Devin Haney -901; Ryan Garcia +480
WBC Junior Welterweight Title

Saturday, April 20th, 2024
New York, NY – PPV

The problem with this fight is that it’s difficult to find a viable bet. Garcia, unless he’s mastered his footwork, has no shot against a boxer who has decent defense and a consistent jab.

King Ry’s left hook won’t tough Haney in this bout. So Garcia loses for sure. The top play may be on Garcia to give up, much like he appeared to do versus Davis, after he realizes he can’t beat Haney. Garcia gets down on himself a lot. So backing Haney and the under in a parlay makes sense.

Devin Haney vs Ryan Garcia
2024 Pick: Devin Haney | Boxing Money Line
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Tyson vs Paul Updates

July 20th, 2024
AT&T Stadium

No real updates regarding the mega exhibition bout between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul. But there is some news. Most of the boxing and MMA world, including Oscar De La Hoya and Conor McGregor, are worried about Tyson.

Tyson is 30 years older than Jake Paul. Not only that, but Iron Mike was recently seen walking with a  cane. Then again, Jake Paul understands that the bout is an exhibition. So there’s a good chance JP takes it easy on Tyson.

Also, although Tyson was seen walking with a cane, it doesn’t mean he’s necessarily hurt. In fact, in a recent training video, Tyson looked like he still had some speed and power left. Right now, it’s impossible to back Iron Mike. We shouldn’t back JP yet, either. Let’s wait until closer to fight night before betting.

Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul
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Bet on Boxing Tonight: Richardson Hitchens Takes on Gustavo Lemos

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One of boxing’s top prospects steps into the ring on Saturday night when undefeated Richardson Hitchens takes on Gustavo Lemos. Hitchens is the big time chalk to send Lemos to the locker room with a loss. In the fight before Lemos versus Hitchens, Galal Yafai throws down against Agustin Gauto.

Which fighters step out the ring winners?

Looking to bet on boxing tonight? MyBookie has the top bouts this weekend ready for you along with expert picks on the bouts that are all offering absolutely stunning value, so let’s check the latest boxing betting lines.

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April’s Boxing Events: Saturday, April 6th, 2024
Desert Diamond Arena, Glendale, Arizona | Inglewood, California – DAZN

Yuki Nonaka vs Sam Soliman

Boxing Bets Online: Yuki Nonaka -250; Sam Soliman +175
OPBF Super Middleweight Title

Saturday, April 6th, 2024
Sakai, Osaka, Japan

Nonaka versus Soliman is a battle between two veterans who love to box. Soliman, the slight underdog in the bout, has a 49-18-1 record. Soliman is on a 2-match losing streak. But in his last, Soliman hung with then 18-1 Alex Walters, falling via unanimous decision.

Yuki Nonaka is 37-12-3. Nonaka broke a 2-match losing streak in his last 2, beating Thoedsak Sinam via unanimous decision, and knocking out Pathueang Sikun in the second round. The chalk has rediscovered his boxing life.

Yuki Nonaka vs Sam Soliman
2024 Pick: Yuki Nonaka | Boxing Money Line
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Kenta Nakagawa vs Tetsuro Ohashi

Boxing Bets Online: Kenta Nakagawa -550; Tetsuro Ohashi +325
WBO Asia Pacific Super Flyweight Title

Saturday, April 6th, 2024
Sakai, Osaka, Japan

Nakagawa versus Ohashi should be a terrific bout. Both fighters boast fantastic records. Underdog Tetsuro Ohashi is 11-3-1. Ohashi is a boxer as he’s only stopped 2 of his opponents before the final bell.

Kenta Nakagawa is 24-4-1. Nakagawa is on a 5-match winning streak. Since Ohashi has zero power, Nakagawa has a big edge in this. Even if it becomes a boxing match with little to no power shots, Nakagawa has the edge because all of 5 wins came via decision.

Kenta Nakagawa vs Tetsuro Ohashi
2024 Pick: Kenta Nakagawa | Boxing Money Line
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Bakhram Murtazaliev vs Jack Culcay

Boxing Bets Online: Bakhram Murtazaliev -550; Jack Culcay +325
Vacant IBF Light Middleweight Title

Saturday, April 6th, 2024

Jack Culcay is a good boxer. Golden Jack is 33-4 with 14 stoppage wins. Culcay’s last loss came back in 2019 versus well regarded Sergiy Derevyanchenko.

The loss to Drevyanchenko was Culcay’s last fight outside of Germany. Murtazaliev has fought mainly in the United States. The heavy chalk heads to Berlin to fight Culcay in his back yard. That tells us how confident the favorite is. Culcay should lose his first bout via TKO or KO.  

Bakhram Murtazaliev vs Jack Culcay
2024 Pick: Bakhram Murtazaliev | Boxing Money Line
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Galal Yafai vs Agustin Gauto

Boxing Bets Online: Galal Yafai -950; Agustin Gauto +500
10 Rounds Flyweights

Saturday, April 6th, 2024
Las Vegas DAZN

The underdog in this has much more experience. Gauto is 21-1 with 15 stoppage wins. Yafai is 6-0 with 4 knockout victories.

Yafai, though, went 42-14 in the amateur ranks. Also, Gauto has fight primarily in Argentina while Yafai has fought in the U.S., Dubai, and in the United Kingdom. The chalk ends the underdog’s night before the final bell.  

Galal Yafai vs Agustin Gauto
2024 Pick: Galal Yafai | Boxing Money Line
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Richardson Hitchens vs Gustavo Lemos

Boxing Bets Online: Richardson Hitchens -850; Gustavo Lemos +450
12 Round Jr. Welterweights

Saturday, April 6th, 2024
Las Vegas DAZN

On paper, Gustavo Lemos has a chance. The +450 underdog is 29-0 with 19 stoppage wins. So, for sure, Lemos can get it done.

Still, like Gauto in the previous match, Lemos has fought in Argentina while Hitchens has taken on opponents in the U.S. Richardson is 17-0 with 7 stoppage wins. Hitchens has excellent defense and feet. He’s so talented, he beat then 37-3 Jose Zepeda via unanimous decision. Zepeda struggled to touch Richardson much less land a punch.

Richardson Hitchens vs Gustavo Lemos
2024 Pick: Richardson Hitchens | Boxing Money Line
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Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 22nd

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While this coming week’s slate of world class boxing action might not quite get the same amount of national media coverage that this past weekend’s Terrence Crawford vs. Amir Khan WBO welterweight title fight did…fear not boxing betting faithful! Thanks to the quartet of world title fights – and the four accompanying expert picks that you’re about to get on each – you’re going to have a great chance to increase the annual boxing betting bankroll four, fun-filled times.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 22nd

Okay, let’s get down to business.

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan Francisco Estrada

When: April 26, 2019
Where: The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (DAZN)
Opening Boxing Odds: Estrada +140 / Rungvisai -165

Juan Francisco Estrada (38-3, 26 KOs) is 29-years-old and stands 5’4” with a 66-inch reach. The native Mexican has won two straight fights and comes into this title fight rematch off a convincing eighth round win over Victor Mendez in December where he forced his opponent to retire.

Reigning WBC junior bantamweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (47-4-1, 41 KOs) is 32-years-old and stands 5’3” with a 63.5-inch reach. The native of Thailand has not suffered a defeat since 2014 and comes into this title fight riding a 20-fight winning streak that includes a unanimous decision win over Iran Diaz in October.


When these two met in February 2018 at The Forum in Inglewood, California, they staged one of that year’s most exciting fights and many fight fans were expecting an immediate rematch after Sor Rungvisai escaped with a majority decision win. While the fight failed to materialize until now, I like the value this matchup is offering.

While Juan Francisco Estrada is out for revenge and is three years younger than the reigning champ, I just don’t see Srisaket Sor Rungvisai letting his guard down against an opponent he knows is extremely dangerous and one that wants some payback as well. No…instead of the upset win, I’m going to urge you to back the champ for one huge reason. His punching power is off the charts with an insane 41 knockouts in 51 career fights. As a matter of fact, I’m going with the champ for the KO win simply because I’m expecting Estrada to open himself up to a power shot after getting a little too eager.

Pick: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai Via Eighth Round KO

Daniel Roman vs. TJ Doheny

Opening Boxing Odds: Doheny +460 / Roman -620

These two fighters will meet in a 12 round clash for the WBA/IBF junior featherweight unification titles. Daniel Roman (26-2, 10 KOs) is 28-years-old and stands 5’5” with a 67.5-inch reach. He’s, rated No. 4 by The Ring at 122 pounds and won the WBA super bantamweight title back in September of 2017 by stopping, then champ, Shun Kabo via a ninth round TKO. Now, Roman comes into this affair riding a three-fight winning streak that includes a 10th round TKO win over Gavin McDonnell in October.

T.J. Doheny (21-0, 15 KOs) is 32-years-old and stands 5’5½” with a 68-inch reach. The southpaw champ stopped Ryosuke Iwasa via decision in August to claim the IBF super bantamweight title and defended it with an 11th-round KO of Ryohei Takahashi in January. Doheny has won five of his last fights via stoppage.


There’s no doubt that Daniel Roman is definitely a talented fighter that can mix it up with any super bantamweight on the face of the planet. Unfortunately, he’s facing a fighter in T.J. Doheny that is just a bit better at everything and is definitely the more powerful puncher in this affair. I’m going with Doheny for the majority decision win in a matchup that looks like it could be one of the most entertaining fights on the entire 2019 docket.

Pick: T.J. Doheny

World Boxing Super Series Semifinals

Kiryl Relikh vs. Regis Prograis

When: April 27, 2019
Where: Cajundome,Lafayette, La.
Opening Boxing Odds: Relikh +420 / Prograis -570

Kiryl Relikh (23-2, 19 KOs) is 29-years-old and stands 5’9.5” with a 67.5-inch reach. The WBA super lightweight champ has won two straight fights including a unanimous decision win over Eduard Troyanovsky in October.

Regis Prograis (23-0, 19 KOs) is 30-years-old and stands 5’8” with a 67-inch reach. The 140-pound WBC Diamond light welterweight champion has never been beaten in 23 career fights and comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over Terry Flanagan in October.


While both of these talented fighters have an identical 23 career wins and an identical 19 knockouts, there’s a reason why Regis Prograis is such a huge favorite in this pairing and it’s because he’s the more versatile fighter, powerful puncher and better defensive boxer.

Just prior to winning his last two bouts, Kiryl Relikh had dropped his previous two bouts via unanimous decision. With Regis Prograis finishing off six straight opponents via stoppage prior to his last bout, I’m going with the big favorite to win and cash in.

Pick: Regis Prograis Via Eighth Round KO

Zolani Tete vs. Nonito Donaire

Opening Boxing Odds: Donaire +400 / Tete -550

WBA champion American-Filipino Nonito Donaire (39-5, 25 KOs) is 36-years-old and stands 5’6” with a 68-inch reach. South Africa’s WBO champion Zolani Tete (28-3, 21 KOs) is 31-years-old and stands 5’9” with a 72-inch reach. While Donaire comes into this bout off a fourth round win (retirement) over Ryan Burnett in November, he’s also alternated wins and losses over his previous four fights. Tete. On the other hand, has won 12 straight fights since suffering his last defeat six years ago. Tete comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over Mikhail Aloyan in October.


I wouldn’t think twice about backing the favored Zolani Tete in this matchup. Not only is he a half-decade younger than Nonito Donaire, but he’s also the more experienced fighter with more punching power, not to mention, he’s the far superior defensive boxer in this pairing. This one is going the distance, but Tete wins!

Pick: Zolani Tete Via Unanimous Decision

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 15th Edition

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While much of the focus of the sports world is on the playoffs in the NBA and NHL, there is other stuff that you need to be paying attention to. We have a big fight night coming up this weekend from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Amir Khan and Terence Crawford will square off in the main event there, but there are 3 other bouts on the main card that are certainly worthy of your attention.

This event can be seen on ESPN PPV on Saturday night. We are going to take a closer look at all 4 of the fights on the main card, with the latest odds and predictions to come for each of them, so let’s get right to it.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 15th Edition

Christopher Diaz vs Shakur Stevenson

The main card gets rolling with a 12-round Welterweight battle, where Christopher Diaz will be looking to bounce back after losing his last bout against Masayuki Ito. That fight was for the vacant WBO World Super Featherweight Title, with Diaz losing by UD to take his career mark to 24-1 with 15 KO.

Diaz will have another tough one on his hands against up and coming brawler Shakur Stevenson, who is coming into this bout having started his pro career with a 10-0 record, which includes 6 wins by KO. There is going to be a lot of power on display here, but look for Diaz to get the KO win.

Felix Verdejo vs Bryan Vasquez

The next fight up is a very good looking 12-round Lightweight bout, where Felix Verdejo will be moving back into the Lightweight division after winning the WBA Super Bantamweight Title last November in a dominating fight that he won by KO in the second round. Verdejo now has a career mark of 24-1, with 16 of his wins coming by way of the KO.

He will be up against veteran fighter Bryan Vasquez, who is a 7 years pro. Vasquez is 37-3 with 20 KO, so he is certainly not an easy mark. Vasquez is on a 2-fight losing run, though, so look for Verdejo to make it 3 losses in a row for the veteran.

Edis Tatli vs Teofimo Lopez

This 12-round Lightweight duel is actually the co-feature fight on this card, and for good reason. Both of these fighters are considered to be series contenders in this weight class, so expect a great fight here. Tatli comes in with a career mark of 31-2, with 10 of his wins coming via KO.

His last bout came in August, where he won by UD to claim the EBU European Lightweight Title. Lopez is 12-0 with 10 KO wins, but he is also taking on his third fight since December of last year, although the two previous outings were over rather quickly. This is one that might go the distance, and I am on Tatli to win.

Amir Khan vs Terence Crawford

This Welterweight Title Fight may be the headline event, but it may also be the bout that is over the fastest on Saturday night. Amir Khan is a former world champion who appears to be on the last leg of his career.

He does have wins in back to back fights, but those came against lesser opponents after he lost to Saul Alvarez in a WBC World Middleweight Title fight. Crawford is undoubtedly one of the best pound for pound fighters in the business today and comes in with a 34-0 record that includes 25 KO wins. Look for Crawford to get the job done relatively quickly.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 8th

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Okay boxing fans and betting buffs, after suffering through a week that didn’t feature a championship bout last week, you’re going to have a quartet of chances to cash in on championship bouts this coming weekend. Three title bouts will be going down on Friday night with the fourth and final championship fight of the week taking place on Saturday. Now, let’s find out who’s in action across the globe and who’s getting boxing championship odds this coming weekend.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 8th

Vasyl Lomachenko  vs. Anthony Crolla

When: Friday, April 12 at 11:00 PM ET
Where: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA
WBA/WBO Lightweight Title
Opening Boxing Odds: Anthony Crolla +2400 (34-6-3, 13 KOs) / Vasyl Lomachenko -9945 (12-1, 9 KOs)

Despite having just 13 career fights as a pro, 31-year-old lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko has been recognized as the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet. he’ll put his title and 11-fight winning streak on the line when he squares off against Britain’s Anthony Crolla on Friday night live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.

While Crolla has won three straight bouts and has a vast edge in experience in this bout, it is the reigning champ that has the edge in hand and foot speed, overall athleticism and defense. Not only that, but the champ has won five of his last six fights in stoppage fashion and he’s looking for a big payday down the road. Prior to winning his last three fights, Crolla had dropped consecutive fights against former champ Jorge Linares via unanimous decision and this is the same Linares that Lomachenko stopped via 10th round TKO in May. I’ve got the challenger losing this title bout by unanimous decision as well.

Pick: Vasyl Lomachenko Via Unanimous Decision

Claressa Shields  vs. Christina Hammer

Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 9:10 PM ET
Where: Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ.
TV: Showtime
 IBF/WBA/WBC/WBO Women’s Middleweight Unification
Opening Boxing Odds: Christina Hammer +285 (24-0, 11 KOs) / Claressa Shields -355 (8-0, 2 KOs)

24-year-old Michigan native and 2012 Gold Medal winner Claressa Shields is unbeaten in eight fights and will put her WBA, WBC and IBF female middleweight titles on the line in this highly intriguing affair. Shields comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over German Femke Hermans in December and generally outclasses her opponents as he modest two career knockouts indicate.

28-year-old Kazakhstan native Christina Hammer is unbeaten in 24 career bouts and her WBO middleweight title is on the line in this one. Hammer comes into this bout off a stunning second round TKO win over Elene Sikmashvili in February, so she’s got a quick turnaround in this bout.

This matchup, which which takes place live  from Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey and will air live on Showtime at 9:00 PM ET, is being billed as arguably the most important bout in women’s boxing history. The pair were originally scheduled to meet last November, but Hammer had to pull out because of an undisclosed injury.

“I always seek the biggest challenges and set the highest goals. I will be ready like never before and will defeat Christina Hammer on April 13,” said Shields. “Nothing will stop me from becoming undisputed champion and continuing my journey to carry women’s boxing to never-before-seen heights. I want to be the greatest of all time and change the game forever for all women in sports, and April 13 is an important step on that road to history.”

While Hammer has dominated the women’s middleweight division for eight years, I’m thinking she’s finally met her match in Claressa Shields. Not only that, but I suspect that Shields has an added chip on her shoulder after Hammer first introduced herself to the young pro back in 2017 after Shields beat Nikki Adler and Hammer had some ‘after match’ trash-talking to do.

I’m going with Shields to do just what she said she’d do to hammer right here.

Shields has won each of her last four bouts via unanimous decision and I’ve got her getting past hammer via another unanimous decision.

Boxing Betting Pick: Claressa Shields Via Unanimous Decision

Elena Gradinar vs. Brenda Karen Carabajal 10 Rounds

Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 9:10 PM ET
Where: Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ.
TV: Showtime
Vacant IBF women’s featherweight title
Opening Boxing Odds: Elena Gradinar TBA (9-0, 2 KOs) / Brenda Karen Carabajal TBA (15-4-1, 9 KOs)

Russian Elena Gradinar will be shooting for her first world title when she takes on former two-time title challenger Brenda Karen Carabajal for the vacant IBF Featherweight World Championship on the undercard of the Shields vs. Hammer card in A.C. Gradinar comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over Olivia Gerula in March of 2018, so she could be ring-rusty, Carbajal comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over Paola Ibarra in October.

While Elena Gradinar has won all nine of her career fights, this one will undoubtedly be the toughest of her career. With that said, I’m going with Brenda Karen Carabajal to get the win for a couple of reasons. First, she’s got the edge in experience and I suspect she’s going to be the one less intimidated by making her first appearance in the U.S…plus Carbajal has lost twice in her bid to become a world champion. I say, the third time’s the charm everyone!

Boxing Betting Pick: Brenda Karen Carabajal Via Unanimous Decision

Jamie Munguia vs. Dennis Hogan

When: Saturday, April 13
Where: Arena Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
TV: DAZN, TV Azteca
WBO junior middleweight title
Opening Boxing Lines: Jamie Munguia TBA (32-0, 26 KOs) / Dennis Hogan TBA (28-1-1, 7 KOs)

On Saturday, in Monterrey, Mexico, Jaime Munguia looks to defend his title against challenger Dennis “Hurricane” Hogan in a 12-round affair. The 22-year-old Munguia comes into this bout off a unanimous decision win over Takeshi Inoue in January that was his third successful title defense since winning the belt by beating Sadam Ali in May of 2018. 34-year-old Dennis Hogan has won six straight fights since suffering his only career loss back in 2015.

The pick for this championship bout is easy as pie, seeing as how Jamie Munguia is the younger, bigger, faster and stronger fighter in this matchup. Many boxing observers believe that Munguia has a chance to be one of the best fighters in the world and he’s shown that he has plenty of superstar potential while fighting at a mind-boggling pace that has produced an insane 32 career fights even though he’s still just 22-years-old.

Munguia is most likely making his last appearance as a junior middleweight as he seeks a big payday against either Triple G, Canelo or Danny Jacobs at middleweight. That said, there’s absolutely no way he loses this fight to Dennis Hogan.

Boxing Betting Pick: Jamie Munguia Via Eighth Round KO

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 1st

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Okay boxing betting fight fans and enthusiasts, while there are no championship fights on this week’s coming schedule, there’s still plenty of fun-filled fight action going down across the globe and many bouts you can wager on in the boxing sportsbook. Okay, with that said, let’s find out who’s in action this coming week.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – April 1st

Angelo Leo vs. Neil Tabano

Where: Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, Las Vegas
When: Friday, April 5th, 2019
TV: Showtime 10 PM ET

Angelo Leo (16-8, 8 KOs) puts his unbeaten record on the line against Neil Tabano (10-3, 9 KOs) in a 10-round junior featherweight match that is the headline bout at Sam’s Hall in Las Vegas.

Here’s a Look at other fights on the card.

Xavier Martinez vs. John Moralde, 10 rounds, junior lightweights
Andres Cortes vs. Jahmal Dyer, 8 rounds, junior lightweights
Cameron Krael vs. Angel Hernandez, 10 rounds, welterweights
Sanjarbek Rakhmanov vs. Keith Hunter, 8 rounds, welterweights
Kingdamon Antoine vs. Abur-Raheem Abdullah, 6 rounds, featherweights
Kevin Newman vs. Cesar Ugarte, 8 rounds, super middleweights
Maurice Lee vs. Bernardo Lebron, 6 rounds, welterweights

Davey Oliver Joyce (9-0, 7 KOs) vs Stephen Tiffney (10-1, 4 KOs)

Also on Friday, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. These two in a 10-round featherweight on ESPN+. The rest of the card looks like this.

Aliu Bamidele Lasisi vs. Keyvin Lara, 12 rounds, junior bantamweights
Mateo Tapia vs. Ganganpreet Sharma, 8 rounds, super middleweights
Shakhobidin Zoirov vs. TBA, 4 rounds, bantamweights

On Saturday, April 6 in Guatemala City, Guatemala 46-year-old former two division world champion Ricardo Mayorga (32-11-1, 26 KOs) will take on highly regarded amateur  Lester Martínez in a six-round light heavyweight match that marks Martinez’ pro debut. Mayorga has stated in an interview with publication Nuevo Diario that if he loses against he will retire from boxing.

Also on Saturday April 6 in Wolfsburg, Germany Patrick Wojcicki and Marcelo Fabian Caceres will thrown down in a 12-round  middleweight headline bout while junior middleweights Steve Forbes and Tavorus Teague will meet in a 7-round bout that headlines the card there in Clackamas, Oregon. Last, but not least, in Pico Rivera, California, Adan Ochoa and Mario Ayala will meet in a 6-round featherweight showdown of rising hopefuls.



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