Heavyweight betting

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Heavyweight Betting

The heavyweight division is the highest category in boxing in which fighters weighing over 200 pounds, or 90.7 kg, compete.

Fury and Usyk currently hold all the major belts as we enter a crucial period for the division with many more exciting boxing fights to bet on.

This category is recognized by the sport's four major professional boxing organizations: the International Boxing Federation (IBF), the World Boxing Association (WBA), the World Boxing Council (WBC) and the World Boxing Organization (WBO).

However, English boxing is threatened by MMA and also the multiplication of federations. The noble art has entered into competition with the fights that take place in an octagon. Make UFC bets with bwin online.

Soon a super-heavyweight category

Without going into the subdivisions, there are three main categories: light, medium, heavy. Historically, Mike Tyson was 1.82m and weighed Kg when he dominated the category in the 90s. Before him, Mohammed Ali was 1.91m and weighed 107 Kg. about a hundred kilos.

Now, the new generation of boxers are mostly giants, and they also have a huge mass. In order to put some spectacle back into English boxing, many are hoping that a new category will be created — the super heavyweights for those who weigh over 100kg.

Bet on Fury at the top of the WBC division

At the WBC World Heavyweight Championship in October 2021, the contest was announced as the fight of the century between Wilder vs Fury, with both boxers being above 120kg.

Fury, who has a good eye, is 206cm and weighs 120kg today after a diet and has largely dominated his opponents so far. The Gypsy King seems to be one or two categories above his opponents. His next fight should be against his compatriot Dilian Whyte.

For his part, Deontay Wilder has an exceptionally powerful right jab but remains technically limited. The American, a heroic puncher in the trilogy against Tyson Fury, had the problem of boxing against someone bigger than him.

Betting on a Joshua vs. Usyk rematch

Oleksandr Usyk naturally weighs 90kg and is part of the Eastern school. The Cat put on ten kilos to become IBF, WBO and IBO world heavyweight champion when he dethroned Joshua in London.

Class and a high level of technical ability helped him to beat the Englishman by unanimous decision. A rematch for 2022 is a safe bet. Between each rematch of a world championship, bettors who know how to count the points flocked to have the opportunity to make live bets.

This Joshua loss means we won't have that long-awaited showdown between Fury and Joshua, because may never happen. File it under the long list of "fights that didn't happen when they should have."


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