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The latest boxing betting tips from expert analysts. 100% free boxing tips for all of the major fights throughout the year taking place in the various divisions.

Boxing Tips For Today

Joshua to Win on Points
Antony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou
4/1
Ngannou to Win via KO/TKO
Antony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou
9/2
Tyson Fury to Win in Rounds 7-12
Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk
7/1
Oleksandr Usyk to Win on Points
Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk
21/10

Antony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou Betting Tips & Preview

Knockout Chaos – Former two-time world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (27-3, 25KO) will clash with ex-UFC lineal champion Francis Ngannou (0-1) on Friday, March 8, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, live on DAZN PPV and Sky Sports Box Office.

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When Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou was made for October 2023, there was a combined chorus of discontent from the entire boxing world.

However, what transpired from the fight changed the landscape of heavyweight boxing forever. MMA man Ngannou managed to perform out of his skin in one of the greatest professional boxing debuts ever seen, when he not only matched Fury as a dance partner, but even knocked hm down in the third round, much to the surprise of every spectator around the world.

When Anthony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou was announced earlier this year, it was received far more warmly, now that the former UFC champion has proved himself a worthy contender, with many, including himself, still believing he won that fight last year.

Despite what Ngannou or anyone else believes, he didn’t win the fight against Fury on the night, or on paper either – he was outlanded in six of the 10 rounds, only able to outland Fury in three rounds.

‘The Predator’ did far better than expected, which allowed a few fans to get a bit carried away, but it was very close and competitive. 

Ngannou did very well, but it’s since transpired that ‘The Gypsy King’ rather unprofessionally didn’t prepare properly for his unorthodox opponent. Many regular sparring partners have reported back about the lack of rounds and training that took place compared to a normal Fury camp.

So, it’s very intriguing because AJ now knows what to expect, the Cameroonian has instantly lost his element of surprise, but he is also no longer a debutant and has valuable experience of taking a world heavyweight champion the full 10 rounds and has practised a second professional boxing training camp.

AJ may have a better understanding and available research than what Fury had, but he also now has an improved, better opponent to face too.

Joshua’s experience and natural boxing skill is what places him as the bookies favourite, but Ngannou’s punching power and ability to land makes him so much more dangerous than ever.

Antony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou Prediction

Ngannou was able to land on an out of shape, ill prepared Fury copiously, especially with that swift, swiping, counter left hook, the same punch that caused the knockdown.

Even though it was the worst version of Fury, I believe that Ngannou would still have been able to land a few of those shots against the true WBC world heavyweight champion that normally prepares properly for his fights. Against a bad version of Fury, he pushed him all the way and scored a knockdown, but he wouldn’t have been as successful against a fit Fury.

So, against Joshua, who will likely be a stand-up-tall target for Ngannou to hit, he should also be able to land his big shots again.

However, AJ will be quicker, sharper and more intelligent than the version of Fury that turned up. Tyson started the fight very immobile because of his extra weight and was unable to get into a rhythm; then he began to lunge in crudely after his knockdown and fight roughly.

Ngannou is fully aware of Joshua’s suspect chin and that will be his main target and most likely game plan on the night. If his team have any sense, they won’t be planning to match AJ as a boxer, instead the best bet would be to get into range to land something big, anything.

It’d also be sensible to smother AJ to take away his reach, while roughing him up and making him feel uncomfortable, something we know he doesn’t like much.

His feet are very slow, so it’s unlikely he will be able to fight at range with AJ, but at mid-range he could be susceptible to those big uppercuts Joshua is often successful with. So, close-range is going to be the best place for him, but those slow, flat feet are going to struggle to get him into position. Trapping the Londoner on the ropes and roughing him up will be a good idea.

I could imagine the tough mixed martial artist holding his position to try and land one of those counter lefts he caught Fury with. He held his feet and took a one-two from Fury just so he could land that left hook. If something meaningful from him does land, then that could change the course of the fight. But AJ could equally land his explosive shots on Ngannou to hurt him too; they are equally powerful and dangerous.

AJ has the skill, ability, experience and IQ to win this fight comfortably on points. He is disciplined enough to box clever and patiently on the outside, land his explosive shots without taking unnecessary risks, all to rack up the rounds towards a unanimous decision.

The million-dollar question is whether he can go 30 minutes without getting caught? It’s gonna be edge-of-your-seat fun while we find that answer out!

My Verdict

Joshua to win unanimously on points.

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Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk Betting Tips & Preview

It was over 24 years ago when Lennox Lewis became the last undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, when he defeated Evander Holyfield in a rematch in Las Vegas in November 1999. He only lost his undisputed status when a court order from promoter Don King saw him stripped of his WBA belt in April 2000.

Now, over 24 years later, the world is finally going to witness heavyweight boxing history again, when either WBC king, Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24KO), or unified champ, Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14KO), will be named this century’s first undisputed heavyweight champion.

It’s been a long time coming, delayed twice already from December to February, then to May; but now there will finally be a new ‘King of Boxing’ crowned in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, whose name will go down in the sporting history books forever.

Fury-Usyk

Both boxers are unbeaten, each considered elite champions and generational greats. Neither one has happened here by chance. Usyk has progressed from World and Olympic gold medals to becoming the first ever undisputed cruiserweight champion in a four-belt era, to now defending his WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO and Ring world heavyweight honours for a third time in a bid to capture the final piece of the puzzle – the WBC green and gold bauble held by Fury, who has won all five world titles, plus the Ring Magazine belt, but never brought them all together at once.

Fury first became the unified world heavyweight champion when he dethroned the dominant ruler Wladimir Klitschko in Germany, in 2015, with surprisingly relative ease.

Then followed the widely reported depression, weight gain, and drink and drug abuse that resulted in a two-and-a-half-year absence from the ring, and was inevitably stripped of his burdensome belts. 

Two routine comeback fights against underwhelming opponents then saw Fury jump in with the most fearsome puncher in the world, Deontay Wilder, outboxing the powerful then-unbeaten WBC king until a 12th round knockdown swung his impending victory back to a draw decision, but not without cries of a robbery. 

In the rematch, in 2020, he finally claimed the WBC belt, which he had never won before, by tearing through Wilder in seven one-sided rounds to hand his rival his first ever career loss. That night in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas is revered as one of the greatest performances from a heavyweight boxer. Wilder had never been forced backwards before, never hurt or troubled, but he was handed a beatdown in his first ever loss.

Their trilogy in 2021 ended in spectacular fashion with both men going down multiple times until Fury knocked a weary Wilder out in the 11th. It wrapped up their epic trilogy perfectly.

“The Gypsy King” then triumphed in two very one-sided affairs against mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte (TKO6), who had waited countless years for his shot, and then old foe Derek Chisora (TKO11) to complete a second trilogy for Fury, both in stadium fights in 2022. 

Then he fought just once in 2023 against former UFC champ, Francis Ngannou, in a surprisingly close 10-round contest that saw him decked by the debutant in round three, to just scrape a win on a split decision scorecard. Despite ongoing cries of robbery, the punch stats and the actual fight itself shows that Fury was the deserved winner.

Incredible Ukrainian Usyk, after an illustrious amateur career that saw him win 335 from 350 bouts, collecting European, World and Olympic golds, he quickly became world champion in the pros within 10 fights. By fight 15, he had become the first ever undisputed cruiserweight champion in a four-belt era.

Eager for more accolades, he moved up and passed two tests at heavyweight against Chazz Witherspoon (TKO7), then Chisora, which ended in a tough, fairly closely contested unanimous decision win. 

“The Cat” then leapt straight into a world heavyweight title fight with unified champ, Anthony Joshua, and handled him with relative ease in 2021, outboxing him comfortably. 

In 2022, the rematch was a lot closer, with AJ making adjustments to win a lot more rounds, but, despite the one rogue scorecard that made it a split decision, it was still a dominant victory for the Ukrainian.

In his second defence as the unified titlist, he was floored by a low blow from Daniel Dubois that saw him take many minutes out of the fight to recover. What ensued after he stopped Dubois in the ninth was a raging debate as to whether the punch was illegal or not, with most of the boxing fraternity split straight down the middle. However, a post-fight investigation ruled that it was a low blow, so that ended that argument once for all. But there’s lingering thoughts that Usyk could be susceptible to body shots.

With Tyson’s superior height, it’s difficult to see how his punches could ever reach down far enough to fall into the below the belt region.

On the subject of size, the 6ft 9in Morecombe man has averaged over 270lbs in his last five fights. The shorter, 6ft 3in southpaw has weighed in at 221lbs for his last three consecutive fights in a row. 50lbs in weight (close to 3 ½ stone) and 6in in height is a lot to give away.

This is the main talking point when fight fans are debating the outcome of this matchup. The British behemoth has all that weight and size advantage, plus the knowledge and skill of how to use it. Leaning on Usyk, pulling him, pushing him, weighing down on him in clinches is undoubtedly going to sap strength and stamina, which is where fans are picking Tyson to win.

The Usyk crowd, however, are fancying the speed, skill, slick movement, activity and awkwardness of the Ukrainian, who is masterful at dipping in, out, and under to score his ceaseless flurries, to triumph on points.

The fight may be billed as “Ring of Fire” between two unbeaten champions, but this is a David vs Goliath match, where either brain or brawn triumphs.

Fury vs Usyk Predictions

Both are undefeated elite champions with tonnes of experience and skill, and either one equally deserves to be crowned undisputed and go down in history as a boxing great.

Looking at certain scenarios, I can’t see Tyson being knocked down. Yes, he has been floored by a cruiserweight before, when Steve Cunningham caught him with a big bolo right as Fury was taunting him, showboating and playing to the crowd way too much in his U.S. debut, almost 11 years ago now. 

Usyk’s power is accumulative, it’s his bounteous blows from all angles that chip away at the armour that eventually allows him to stop opponents, with either an unending attack or even a single blow, like when he stopped Dubois with a jab last August. 

Fury has taken Wilder’s best shots and it’s difficult to envisage anything from Usyk having a damaging effect on him, unless it’s a flash punch that catches him unbalanced, like when boxing debutant Ngannou knocked him down in his last fight.

But I can see a scenario where Usyk is stopped. The Ukrainian is tough, but we’ve seen him troubled and hurt by body blows – some low, some on the beltline. He also gets marked up on his face, so I can envisage a situation where his corner call time when he is showing the effects of too much damage. 

And lastly, I can picture the wily, fluid, peripatetic Usyk outworking Fury and staying clear of danger long enough to win on points. In this scenario, Usyk moves perpetually whilst pausing to scatter his shots swiftly, before escaping again, racking up those rounds at ringside.

It’s interesting that since moving up to heavyweight, Usyk has only managed to fight once per year for the last five years. Fury has been busier, with eight fights within that same timeframe.

Anther glaring factor to consider is how Fury turned up to his last fight with Ngannou totally unprepared, displaying his lackadaisical attitude to the entire world.

Usyk is a consummate professional and would never disrespect any opponent enough to not train properly or prepare adequately for. 

Tyson did, and although it’s very likely he has learnt his lesson and won’t make that mistake again, especially not for an undisputed fight, it’s still very clear that one of these men will be 100 per cent focused and ready, whereas the other is questionable.

Fury’s style has been changing slowly, as no athlete his size and weight will ever be able to stay speedy and spritely for too long. At 35, close to 300lbs, Fury is expected to use his glaring advantages to lean on Usyk and gradually drain him of his energy.

Th Brit showed against Chisora that he can still bounce on his toes and score his swift shots from range on the outside, as well as mixing it on the inside. Chisora and Whyte were still targets, and the mobile Usyk obviously won’t be. 

But whenever Fury gets Usyk onto the ropes, that’s where he can win those small moments in the fight, so Usyk will have to stay away from those danger areas, which is easier said than done. Fury’s high boxing IQ could see him manoeuvre Usyk into the positions he wants him in, but their intelligence is equal.

36 minutes is a long time for Usyk to be in there for against such a bigger, bullish, heavier handed foe. He may be quick, agile and elusive, but he will get tagged, that’s a certainty. AJ made their rematch closer, but he isn’t as big or intelligent as Fury is, so this fight will be much, much harder for the Ukrainian.

If this fight goes to the scorecards, I think it’ll be 50-50. One judge may be impressed by the skill and style of Usyk, whereas the next may count the aggression and more effective shots from Fury. If it reaches the final bell, I think the judges will be completely split.

I’m hoping Fury is more than well prepared for this biggest fight of his career, to go in there and give the best version of himself and bring the undisputed championship back to Britain, to show the world it never left these shores.

With the undisputed crown comes everlasting legacy, so this will be the fight of the year for 2024.

My Verdict

Tyson Fury to win by KO in rounds 9-12

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Free Boxing Betting Tips

Tim Rickson is the WhichBookie boxing analyst who joined the team midway through 2022 and will be providing boxing betting tips throughout the year for all of the big fights.

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If you’d like to back any of the selections, we recommend a bookmaker to do so with. These are usually the bookies offering the best odds on the selection at the time of posting the tip but it may be worth checking other bookies in case the odds have changed. There may also be betting offers associated with the tip that are only available with specific bookmakers that are worth taking into consideration.

What Stakes Should I Use?

We never recommend an actual stake to use for each bet as this will vary between people depending on the size of their betting bank. Never bet more than you can afford to lose and always stick to your staking plan.

How Regularly Are Boxing Tips Published?

WhichBookie boxing analyst Tim Rickson will publish tips whenever he finds value in a bet. If there is a big fight coming up, it’s likely that he will cover it but generally, they’ll be posted whenever a good bet comes about.

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Many of the big boxing matches are only available via Pay Per View. However, you may be able to find streams of some of the less-popular fights via the Bet365 Live Streaming service. Bet365 provides over 100,000 live streams of sporting events every year and is regarded as one of the best services for streaming sports online without charge.


How To Bet On Boxing

There are several options when it comes to betting on boxing, and the more you know, the better your chances of success. We will now go into more detail about some of the different betting markets that you will find, and discuss a few potential strategies you could use.

Outright / To Win Fight

outright betting on boxing is the easiest way to find a winning betAs with most sports, the outright market is probably the simplest, because you’re just betting on who will win the fight. There are no other criteria to consider, other than the fact that with many of the best bookies for boxing, you can also bet on the draw. However, draws in boxing are very rare and not many people tend to back this outcome.

Bear in mind that in many fights, one boxer tends to be a heavy favourite and it’s usually quite easy to pick the winner. There don’t tend to be that many shock results. Therefore, the odds on the favourite are often very low, even if you use the bookie with the best odds as described earlier in the article.

If you’re happy betting at short odds, you can certainly get a good success rate simply by backing short price favourites in boxing. But many people prefer to look for bigger wins. So you may sometimes need to look at some of the other markets to get a better return on your bet.

Fight Outcome / Method of Victory

This market lets you choose not only who will win the fight, but how they will win. Different methods of victory are usually grouped as follows:

So because there are more possible outcomes in this market, the odds are higher than just the outright win market.

Round Betting

boxing round betting offers the highest oddsThe Round Betting market offers the opportunity to get the highest odds. Here you can bet on which fighter will win, and which round he/she will win in.

Options to bet on a fighter to win on points, or to bet on the draw, are both also included in this market. In a 12 round bout, that gives 27 different possible outcomes. Therefore, the odds on each one are naturally going to be much higher. Think of it as the equivalent of the correct score market in football betting.

So the round betting market offers the biggest potential wins when betting on boxing. But of course, it’s harder to predict the outcome. You do have the option to split your stake to cover more than one outcome though. So if you felt that a fighter would win within the first 3 rounds, you could split your stake to back him to win in round 1, round 2 and round 3. The odds would mean you’d get a good profit if any of those outcomes happened.

To Go The Distance

This is a simple market in which you decide whether the fight will last all 12 rounds or not. Therefore there are only two outcomes to bet on, Yes or No.

It’s possible to get a decent success rate when betting on this market. Check the stats and the history of each boxer and ask yourself the following:

The answers to these key questions should give you a good idea of whether the fight is likely to go the distance or not. There can still be surprises, but you’ll certainly win more bets than you lose.

Total Rounds Over/Under

This market allows you to bet on the total number of rounds the fight will last for. The advantage here is that you do not need to specify who will win, just how long it will last.

For example, let’s consider a market of Over/Under 3.5 Rounds. There are only two options to bet on, either Over 3.5 Rounds or Under 3.5 Rounds. Therefore, you would approach the market as follows:

You will find that similar markets are available for Over/under 4.5, Over/Under 5.5, Over/Under 6.5 etc.

Where To Get The Best Odds On Boxing

As any professional punter will tell you, the key to making a profit is not knowing who will win every time. Because obviously, that is not possible. The real trick is making sure that when you do win, you get the best possible odds on your bet.

We studied the odds for outright bets on every professional boxing match over a period of three months. We wanted to find the best bookies for boxing odds over a prolonged period of time.

As you would expect, Betfair and Bet365 are better than most of the competition. But the results showed that Betfred have the highest odds overall and came out well in some of the other markets like round betting.

Betfred were consistently best or equal best odds on nearly every outright market we recorded. They blew some of the other online bookies away in terms of the value they offered on boxing, and their user ratings are good too. So if you don’t have an account with them yet, we would definitely recommend joining.

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