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2011 Boxing Thread


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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread According to someone ''in the know'' it was pretty much common knowledge amongst insiders that Cook was f**ked and had no chance of winning. Obviously lots of them lumped on the early stoppage, which explains the eventual suspension of markets on that fight. Nobody can say anything though because Frank Warren will start with the libel immediately.

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread Dereck Chisora v Tyson Fury Change of tactics with this one, I'm going to try seek out some value by creating my own tissue; Chisora Outright 8/11 Fury Outright 6/4 Draw 33/1 Chisora KO 5/2 Chisora Pts 5/2 Fury KO 3/1 Fury Pts 11/2 To Go the Distance 11/10 Either inside the Distance 10/11 (All prices rounded up so I can create "proper" prices) On the current prices available, I'd propose the following bets based on my prices; Chisora to win on Points @ 11/4 (William Hill) The fight to go the distance @ 6/4 (William Hill) Constructive critisism welcome :-)

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread One for tomorrow morning; Antonio Tarver v Danny Green Tarver Outright 7/2 Green Outright 1/3 Draw 33/1 Tarver KO 20/1 Tarver Pts 9/2 Green KO 13/8 Green Pts 13/8 To go the Distance 4/6 Either inside the Distance 6/4 Recomended Bets Green to win via KO/TKO/DQ @ 13/5 (Paddy Power) Either inside the distance @ 17/10 (Sporting Bet)

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread Well, I said I had a feeling for an upset..... wouldn't have predicted that at all :lol With the exception of a brief moment in the 7th round Tarver completely dominated Green en route to a corner stoppage at the end of the 9th round. Missed opportunity there :@

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread Hi guys. One for 10 September 2011: I've been thinking about Vitali Klitschko (UKR) - Tomasz Adamek (POL) (WBC Title) Over how many rounds will the bout go? Pick: Less than 8 rounds 2.70 @bwin all day, and have not arrived at a reasonable conclusion. On one side, we have the excellent KO record by Klitschko, he's 15cm higher, weighs 15kg more, has 13cm more reach, but on the other, I can't figure out if he'd like to knock out Tomasz fast or just cruise 12 rounds and safely win by decision. I would appreciate your insight.:unsure Thanks

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread I have backed PBF for the KO/TKO, think at 9/4 this is the value over the decision. I can't see him losing despite Ortiz being dangerous, he has knocked down every one of his oponents but PBF is of course different class. I think Ortiz will come out genuinely looking for the KO and with Floyds counter ability he will constantly get picked off and it will be similar to the Hatton fight. Fury is no value to KO his opponent tonight but I fully expect it to happen! IT was 1.38 on betfair earlier!

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread

Any thoughts on Prizefighter tonight? Quite like Craig Lyon myself but it's a trickier betting heat since the draw is now on the night.
Like to watch these prizefighters and caught a boxing 'chatshow' the other week where they were talking about the superflyweight prizefighter and gave Craig Lyon every chance if he can bring his power from the weight he's dropped down from. Just got on with Totesport at 10/3 which seemed fair if the 'experts' are anything to go by!
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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread Prizefighter Only actually see Choi fight out of this line up and with his pedigree I would agree he has to be favourite. Disappointing in his last Prizefighter when he went out to Derry Matthews in the first stage who avenged a previous loss to Choi. That was a lot stronger line up than this though and Choi has to be respected against these novices. As said I havent seen the other guys fight so my selections are based on records and what I have read alone. The 2 that caught my eye are Ian Bailey and Lee Jennings. Lee Jennings won 5 (KO 2) + lost 2 (KO 1) + drawn 0 = 7 has a good amateur background with 80+ fights comes into the tournament on the back of his best win, a round 1 ko of a fighter who was unbeaten in 7. His losses came with a close decsion against the awkward Al Hamidi and another undefeated prospect who he had down in the 1st apparently. The 3 round format could suit as he is a busy boxer who should be used to the 3 round format. At 14/1 I see a touch of value. Ian Bailey won 7 (KO 0) + lost 7 (KO 2) + drawn 0 = 14 brings in the worst record on paper. Closer inspection shows he has been matched very tough in his short career. His losses have come to genuine British prospects (2 of the Walsh brothers, Ste Smith and his conquerer Lee Selby as well as Mcguigans hot prospect Frampton. Also the smart Kid Galahad and British title challenger Kris Hughes). He has faced by far the best quality opposition and has a good engine with a good chin (despite the prospects faced, only failed to go the 6 round distance twice). As the outsider of the tournament which is probably based on records I think he is worth a tickle. Although Choi is fave, he can be outboxed and can be crude. Despite this he could be worth having a saver on as the gulf in experience with his other rivals is massive. That said he is 40 and could be fading. Recommended bets 5pts Bailey 25/1 Boyles 5pts Jennings 14/1 Betfred Cant resist the saver on Choi at 15/8 Boyles It makes it tricky with the draw being made on the night but fingers crossed the selections are in the first or second fight. The odds could very well flip based on the draw.

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Re: 2011 Boxing Thread Just to wrap this up from a personal point of view. [TABLE]

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1

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23

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Alexander bt Bradley

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12

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-12

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2

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27

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Prizefighter winner

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24

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2

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3

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27

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Morris bt Slade

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7.5

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6.75

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4

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45&49

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McDermott bt Olubamiwo (various with cover)

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21

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7.75

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5

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50

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Crolla bt Watson

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20

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30

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6

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51

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Chambers v Rossy +6.5/Decarie bt Alvarez Double

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20

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24.93

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7

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61

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Hernandez/Cunningham by Dec - Double

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5

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-5

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8

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75

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Jones bt Soto KarrassDec/TD with cover

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60

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45

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9

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87

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Foster bt Fegatilli stoppage

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10

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-10

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10

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115

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Groves stoppage/Sykes double

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20

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25.4

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11

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116

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Sykes bt Johansson 7-12

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5

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-5

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12

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119

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Judah bt Mabuza 1-6

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5

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-5

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13

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126

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Burns bt Laryea 7-9/10-12 split

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6

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13.5

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14

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128

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Vazquez bt Zappavigna Dec

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30

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45

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15

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129

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Cotto bt Mayorga Dec (with late stoppage cover)

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31

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20.5

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16

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130

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Dzinzuruk bt Martinez

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6

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-6

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17

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141

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Reed bt Ainscough KO/TKO/DQ

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5

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-5

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18

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141

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Dilks bt Smyle KO/TKO/DQ

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5

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-5

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19

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141

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Fielding bt Maxwell Dec/TD

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5

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-5

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20

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141

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Webb bt Reid by Dec/TD

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5

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8.75

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21

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141

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Reed win prizefighter

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5

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-5

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22

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144

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Webb win Prizefighter

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5

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-5

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23

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150

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Hall v Donelly +8.5

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10

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-10

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24

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150

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Stieglitz bt Gevor Dec

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10

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-10

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25

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150

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Above double

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10

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-10

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26

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183

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Dunstan bt Olofabi

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3

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-3

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27

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255

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Prizefighter Bailey Choi Jennings

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15

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127.96

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