Our resident boxing expert Rob Tebbutt dissects this weekend's BOXXER fight card and reveals where he feels the betting value can be found across the standout bouts, including the bill-topping super-welterweight world title showdown between Natasha Jonas and Mikaela Mayer.
Natasha Jonas 'By Decision' @ 20/21
So, we start off with the headline bout in Liverpool this weekend as Natasha Jonas puts her super-welterweight title on the line against former super-featherweight world title holder Mikaela Mayer.
This is a really good fight between two naturally lighter fighters who have moved up the ranks in recent times.
I feel that size could be a factor this weekend, which is why I am going to be edging on the side of Jonas, given that she has been fighting at this higher weight for a significantly longer time than Mayer, who has just the one fight at this weight under her belt.
Jonas, of course, has home field advantage too, which will also benefit her in those close rounds.
Speaking of close rounds, this is a close fight, and I fully expect it to go the full distance, with Jonas just out-pointing her American rival, an outcome that is priced up at .
Fight Result: Natasha Jonas
Natasha Jonas to score 1 or More knockdowns
Natasha Jonas - 100+ Punches Landed
Was 14/1 >> Now 16/1
When Will Fight End Groups (2)
Rounds 9 - 10
Was 12/1 >> Now 14/1
Fight Result: Mikaela Mayer
Mikaela Mayer - Most Punches Thrown
Mikaela Mayer - Most Punches Landed
Was 2/1 >> Now 9/4
Fight Outcome (5 Way)
Natasha Jonas 'By KO, TKO or Disqualification'
Was 10/1 >> Now 11/1
Bet Boosts were available and correct at the time of writing and are subject to removal or fluctuation.
Zak Chelli 'By Decision' @ 4/1
On the undercard on Saturday night we see the rematch between Jack Cullen and Zak Chelli with the British and Commonwealth super-middleweight titles on the line.
Now, of course, we saw a controversial draw in the initial bout at Fight Camp a couple of years ago, a result that was hugely controversial at the time given that many people, myself included, felt that Chelli had done more than enough to pick up the victory.
That was four years ago though and a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then, with both fighters moving on in their careers, picking up wins and suffering losses.
Cullen, the defending champion, is the narrow favourite here, but Chelli is always a live underdog, which is why, given that this is a 50/50 fight for me, the value lies with Chelli.
He had that big win over Anthony Sims Jr last year as an underdog, and I just feel that the 4/1 on offer for him to edge this fight via the scorecards is a touch too wide.
Remember the first fight was close and it ended in draw, and you can get 14/1 on history repeating itself in Liverpool this weekend.
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Fight Result: Jack Cullen
Jack Cullen to score 1 or More knockdowns
Joe Cullen - 100+ Punches Landed
Was 5/1 >> Now 11/2
Fight Result: Zak Chelli
Under 10.5 Rounds
Was 5/1 >>
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