Wladimir Klitschko is defending his titles for the umpteenth time against unheralded Somaon-Australian Alex Leapai, and Dr Steelhammer shouldn't have a problem keeping them for another day.
Leapai is only six foot tall and will try get inside but Klitschko will stick to the script and just lean on him in the early rounds. Surely it will only be a short matter of time before the Champ has his hand raised again; the challenger been stopped twice before and knock down early on other occasions
- Wladimir Klitschko r1-6 ... 15/13 bwin.com
Everybody's favourite to win this welterweight contest is Keith Thurman, and he's my favourite too but the bookies have gone too far in favouring the American.
Diaz has fought five times at welterweight - winning by ko three times and drawing and losing with Shawn Porter - not bad. Thurman has only had one and a half decent tests in his career and this should be a tough night for him
- Julio Diaz to win ... 9/1 bet365.com
- Julio Diaz to ko ... 9/1 bet365.com