With so many sports available to bet on, there’s more freedom than ever when identifying exactly how you want to get involved. Boxing is one of the sports that often goes unnoticed as one you can bet on but there’s plenty of reasons as to why it’s so popular, not only as a sport but also as a means of wagering your bets.
As the sport doesn’t get all too much exposure in terms of betting, it ends up being the same situation with the markets you can bet on in boxing. Although there aren’t too many places to achieve more clarity, TeamFA are a website who do just that with their own boxing betting tips, previews, predictions and recommended bets, all done with the strongest bookmaker odds from across the UK.
Key boxing betting markets include:
The key market which features at the top of betting options for all sports is what the final result will be. Whether it’s football betting, tennis betting, rugby betting or any other alternative, how the match will end is always the primary betting market to get behind.
Betting on boxing will typically offer the result between either fighter, as well as a method of victory option for those who want to be more specific with what they’re predicting, enhancing the odds to an even more appetising price.
It would be fair to say that most available options for making your own boxing betting tips surround what round the fight will end. Experienced punters will bet on the winning round more than any other and this is due to the fact that betting on the match result alone will tend to offer shorter odds and backing your pick for the winning round is preferable for a more tempting price to get behind.
For betting on rounds, most bookmakers will offer each individual round, total rounds in the fight and the option to back grouped rounds such as between round one and round five or between round five and round ten. This third option offers more flexibility, which can be beneficial to punters who are hoping to heighten their chances of picking a winning bet.
There aren’t too many markets to pick from even in the most highly-anticipated of boxing matches but there are some niche selections which tend to be included. Draw No Bet is a term we’d usually only see in football betting, but it can be something we see in boxing when games can’t be decided and need points in order to settle a winner.
All of the top bookmakers will offer an option which asks: ‘Will The Fight Go The Distance?’. This is something that most punters will take a lot of interest in, as it’s a yes or no answer which can be answered for every fight.