Flyweight Betting

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Betting on Flyweight Boxing

Flyweights in boxing categorize fighters between 106 to 112 pounds (48 to 51 kg). Make boxing bets on our online sports betting platform.

Bet on the flyweight champion

Julio Cesar Martinez 18-1 (14KO) is a WBC champion and could not pass up the opportunity of a lifetime even before returning to unfinished business at flyweight.

Román 'Chocolatito' González and Julio César Martínez face each other in the ring after Juan Francisco Estrada, who was originally supposed to be 'Chocolatito's' rival, fell ill with covid-19.

Mexican 'Rey' Martínez, WBC flyweight champion, will fight for the first time at super flyweight (all super flyweight bets) and will do against the four-time Nicaraguan champion (at different weights) in a fight that guarantees a show on March 5.

Recommended flyweight bets

Undefeated flyweight and IBF champion Sunny Edwards (17-0, 4 KOs) has a proven pedigree at the highest level. He won the IBF world title in April of last year when he defeated South Africa's Moruti Mthalane at York Hall via a unanimous points decision.

Undefeated IBF flyweight champion Sunny Edwards will return to Dubai for the second defence of his title as he faces former title challenger Muhammad Waseem.

In late November 2021, World Boxing Association (WBA) world flyweight champion and WBA champion Artem Dalakian of Ukraine 21-0 (15KOs) successfully defended his title by knocking out former regular champion Luis "El Nica" Concepcion of Panama in the ninth round of a billboard main event that took place in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Dalakian dominated Concepcion throughout the fight until the Panamanian trainer Juan Mosquera was forced to put a stop to it in light of the incessant blows his man was receiving.

Bet on a reunification fight in the featherweight

Three champions in three different belts are undefeated. Rumours have been circulating about a possible unification fight.

The fight between Nakatani and Acosta was shaping up to be classic action, then a left hand from 22-0 (17 KOs) WBO champion Junto Nakatani broke Angel Acosta's nose in the early stages of the fight, and that marked the beginning of the end of the Porta Rican.

Nakatani, from Japan, won the vacant WBO world title last year and was a sensation in his U.S. debut. Now the Japanese boxer wants to take on the other champions in his weight class. Make live bets with Bwin.


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