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Weekend Boxing Betting Tips & Predictions: Rob Tebbutt's 15/1 Dalton Smith & Sandy Ryan double

Our resident boxing expert Rob Tebbutt has taken a close look at the two headline fights in this weekend's Matchroom card at Sheffield Arena and pieced together an appetising 15/1 double

Weekend Boxing Tips:

Rob Tebbutt's Weekend Double:

Dalton Smith - KO, TKO or Disqualification
Sandy Ryan - KO, TKO or Disqualification

Double pays at 15/1


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Dalton Smith v Jose Zepeda (Super-lightweight bout)

Dalton Smith - By KO, TKO or Disqualification @ 5/2

In Sheffield this Saturday night we see the return of unbeaten super-lightweight prospect Dalton Smith as he takes on the battle-hardened, former world title challenger Jose Zepeda.

This is a very interesting fight and a big step up for Smith when you consider the level of opposition he has faced in the past.

Zepeda is well-known to boxing fans around the world. A southpaw with a good left hand, he carries power, good boxing skills and he's very experienced.

It's a very good matchup. For me, this is a brave bit of matchmaking for Smith and his team; Zepeda is one of the best 140lbs fighters in recent years.

I like the look of the 5/2 on offer for Smith to win by KO, TKO or Disqualification, but if you want an even-longer play then Smith to win by stoppage in the second half of the fight at 9/2 offers value.

Dalton Smith v Jose Zepeda

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Sandy Ryan v Terri Harper (WBO welterweight title)

Sandy Ryan - By KO, TKO or Disqualification @ 4/1

For me, I think this fight is going to be very interesting, albeit we've seen Terri Harper box at 154lbs and this fight is at 147, I do feel the 147 champion Sandy Ryan is the naturally bigger fighter.

Ryan has campaigned at 140 and 147 throughout her career, while Harper did start down at 130 and moved up to 154.

I do feel that Ryan has that nasty streak inside her, and I do think she's going to want to go out there and put it on Harper, who we've seen in the past doesn't really respond too well to too much pressure.

I did feel that Harper was fortunate to emerge with a draw against Cecilia Braekhus last time out, and I just think that Ryan will be a little bit fresher and a little bit more aggressive than Braekhus was and ultimately get the job done.

For me, I'm going to be looking at Sandy Ryan by KO/ TKO, but this is with the caveat that this is a women's world title fight, so with the fight being played out over ten two-minute rounds it can be quite difficult to get that stoppage.

Sandy Ryan v Terri Harper

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Prices were correct at the time of writing and subject to fluctuation.

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