Boxing Betting Odds
Terence Crawford isn’t quite the enormous favorite he has been for other fights, but he’s still a definite favorite against Shawn Porter.
"The Gypsy King" is a surprisingly moderate favorite this evening, though the bookies have him winning by stoppage.
Both the Charlo twins, Mairis Briedis, and Josh Taylor are today’s expected winners by the odds.
The defending titleholder is favored to beat his challenger tonight, but the odds are basically 50/50.
"Tank" is expected to crush another foe tonight in Atlanta.
Many think Jermell Charlo never should have lost his WBC belt to Tony Harrison, and the oddsmakers believe he gets it back today.
Terence Crawford is expected to retain, Richard Commey isn’t, and Michael Conlan figures to get whatever revenge there is to be gotten.
Anthony Joshua suffered a shock defeat six months ago, but the oddsmakers still have him favored to beat Andy Ruiz Jr this time around.
It’s a busy fight day with mostly big favorites in the biggest fights.
Logan Paul is the favored man against KSI, while three titleholders are expected to leave with their belts in Los Angeles and Fresno.
Errol Spence Jr is a healthy favorite to take two 147-pound belts home tonight.
Most of Saturday’s matchups are seen as mismatches on the books.
Vasiliy Lomachenko is a massive favorite against Luke Campbell in today’s main event.
Jose Ramirez and Gervonta Davis are favorites for tonight’s main events, but with very different odds.
Manny Pacquiao and Dillian Whyte are the favorites for today’s big main events from Las Vegas and London.
We’ve got big favorites, tight lines, and world titles on the line on Saturday.
GGG headlines the night, ESPN has a world title fight, and more.
Anthony Joshua, Katie Taylor, and Callum Smith are the big names defending world titles, and all are expected to win.
We’ve got one world title fight tonight, plus a bunch of other notable names in action.
Here are the latest odds for Saturday’s big slate of fights.
Who are the favored fighters in this weekend’s biggest fights?
The lines for the main event haven’t moved a ton since earlier this week.