WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol faces off against Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Let’s check the odds at the bookies before the first punch is thrown.
The winner is a solid -425 betting favorite, putting them in a comfortable position. If you bet $100 and win, you’ll get back $123.53. As for Ramirez, the challenger, he is a significant underdog at +300. It’s possible that if you lob a hundred in Zurdo’s general direction, you’ll get paid out a total of +400.
The bookies are expecting this championship match to go the distance. In the prop bet on whether or not the fight will go the distance, the “Yes” option is heavily favored at -310, with the “No” option offering a +220 payout.
The total number of rounds in this fight is 12, with 10.5 being set as the over/under. Bets on “Over 10.5” are heavily favored at -450, while bets on “Under 10.5” are significantly underdogs at +320.
The bookmakers have set the betting line at -190 on the proposition “Dmitry Bivol by Decision or Technical Decision” as the most likely outcome out of all the possible outcomes here. Betting on “Gilberto Ramirez by Decision or Technical Decision” at +650 puts you squarely in underdog territory.
Dmitry Bivol by KO/TKO/DQ is on the table for +380 if you’re in the mood for a quick conclusion. Alternately, a ‘Gilberto Ramirez by KO/TKO/DQ’ line is available at the same +650 odds as Zurdo’s decision.
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