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Boxing betting odds: Fury vs Schwarz, Warrington vs Galahad, Briedis vs Glowacki, Dorticos vs Tabiti, more

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We’ve got big favorites, tight lines, and world titles on the line on Saturday.

Tyson Fury v Tom Schwarz - Weigh-In Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

The fight day odds are in — well, as of this writing, anyway — so let’s take a look at how the books are seeing all of today’s action — and it’s a busy day, indeed, with big action in Las Vegas, Leeds, and Riga.

Fury vs Schwarz (ESPN+, 10 pm ET)

Tyson Fury is a huge favorite in his main event matchup with Tom Schwarz, with the self-styled “Gypsy King” listed between -1500 and -5000, and Schwarz between +800 and +1500. These lines are probably closer than they would have been if Andy Ruiz Jr hadn’t upset Anthony Joshua a couple weeks ago, but he did, and that sort of thing can influence bettors. Fury opened around -3333 and got to a mean listing of near -5000 before these past couple of weeks.

The co-feature between Jesse Hart and Sullivan Barrera is seen as much more competitive. Hart is listed between -250 and -321, with Barrera between +187 and +246.

Mikaela Mayer is between -1975 and -4081 for her fight against Lizbeth Crespo, who is between +900 and +1357.

World Boxing Super Series (DAZN, 2 pm ET)

The World Boxing Super Series cruiserweight semifinals are both looking at some competitive odds in Riga, Latvia.

In the main event, Riga’s own Mairis Briedis is favored against Krzysztof Glowacki, with a place in the finals and two world titles on the line. Briedis is between -196 and -329, with Glowacki between +170 and +237.

The co-feature has Yunier Dorticos against Andrew Tabiti. Dorticos is the slight favorite, between -142 and -264, with Tabiti between +125 and +191. So no overwhelming odds in these matchups.

Warrington vs Galahad (ESPN+, 3 pm ET)

For the first time in his last three fights, IBF featherweight titleholder Josh Warrington is the favorite. He upset Lee Selby to win the belt last year, and upset Carl Frampton to retain it in December.

This time, he’s listed between -293 and -345 — a solid but not huge favorite against challenger Kid Galahad, who is between +210 and +284.

Other odds from the show:

  • JJ Metcalf (-200 to -270) vs Jason Welborn (+150 to +219)
  • Zelfa Barrett (-300 to -357) vs Lyon Woodstock (+240 to +273)
  • Lyndon Arthur (-2998 to -3750) vs Andrzej Soldra (+900 to +1837)
  • Alex Dickinson (-250) vs Kamil Sokolowski (+175 to +200)
  • Jack Bateson (-10000) vs Bayardo Ramos (+1600 to +1800)
  • Troy Williamson (-1638 to -2000) vs Edwin Palacios (+750 to +1112)
  • Mark Heffron (-2384 to -5000) vs Daniel Urbanski (+1000 to +1491)