Boxing Lines and Betting Odds
Introduction to Boxing Odds
Boxing odds are very similar to UFC odds and odds for other combat sports— instead of providing spread or points totals, most bets are found in moneylines, or straight-up bets on which fighter is going to win the event.
Boxing matches usually come on cards, which are essentially lineups for a string of fights in the same arena on the same day, culminating in the main event. This is usually the fight with the highest stakes and, thereby, the most betting interest.
How to Read Boxing Odds
Boxing betting odds indicate underdogs with “+” in front of the numerical value of the odds, while underdogs are noted with “-”; in the case where both fighters have “-,” then the one with the lesser total value is the outright favorite, although by a thin margin.
Boxing events also offer a variety of props, which follow the same notation; more on that below.
How to Bet on Boxing
All that is required to bet is to find one of your favorite boxing betting lines, click it, and submit it with an assigned value.
Boxing bettors can find props in addition to the usual moneylines regarding how long the fight will last, the method of victory, and which fighter will take individual rounds. This is great for live bettors and offers an immersive experience.
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How do I make money betting on boxing?
Well, first and foremost, pick the winning fighter (or outcome); if you are looking to maximize your profits, try creating parlays, but beware this increases the risk.
Where do I find boxing odds?
Similar to most major sports, boxing odds can be found in virtually every sportsbook— if you can’t locate them, it may be too far away from the event.
How do I pick the best boxing bets?
The answer is simply to have an understanding of the sports; remember that styles make fights, and favorites are not always set up for success.