Three Best Boxing Bets For December
December is set to be a huge month in boxing with some massive fights scheduled to take place in the USA and UK involving some of the best pound-for-pound boxers on the planet. Here is a look at the best bets in the month, which can hopefully help you make some money.
Wilder To Beat Fury By Stoppage
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Arguably the highlight of December this year is Deontay Wilder’s heavyweight clash against former world champion Tyson Fury where the American will be defending his WBC title at the Staples Centres in Los Angeles. Wilder is unbeaten in his 40 professional bouts but this is his toughest test to date.
Fury shocked the division in 2015 when he defeated Wladimir Klitschko to claim three of the major world titles. Since then though, he has only been in the ring twice and those bouts have been against much lesser opposition.
Fury is unlikely to be as sharp as he was three years ago when he picked up the biggest win of his career, therefore, take Wilder to stop the British boxer inside the 12 rounds which is available at 6/4.
Whyte To Beat Chisora On Points
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The last time Dillian Whyte faced Dereck Chisora, we were treated to a cracker in London as Whyte edged the result by a split decision after 12 pulsating rounds.
There is no love lost between these two boxers, therefore, we should see a thriller once again when they share the ring at the end of 2018. Both men come into the fight on the back of arguably their career best wins.
Whyte beat former WBO champion Joseph Parker, while Chisora stopped Carlos Takam in the eighth round of their contest back in July. This is a fantastic opportunity for one of these two boxers to put themselves in the frame to face Anthony Joshua in 2019.
Whyte was handed the result the first time they met and, since then, he looks to have improved even further, therefore, he should be backed in the boxing betting at 5/4 to win on points once again.
Frampton To Beat Warrington On Points
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Carl Frampton and Josh Warrington are to set to square off against each other in Manchester to determine who is not only the leading featherweight in the UK but also to stake their claim as the best in the division in the world standings.
Warrington will be making his first defence of the IBF crown, which he won by beating Lee Selby earlier this year. The man from Leeds is unbeaten in 27 fights but, in Frampton, he will be facing his toughest opponent yet in the professional game.
Frampton is the former WBA featherweight champion and has beaten some big names over the last three years. This is a great opportunity for the Northern Irishman to win another world title as he should be able to get the decision from the judges after 12 rounds which is available at 11/10.
Good luck with your bets and enjoy all the action in a busy month in the sport.