Boxing

Mayweather Vs McGregor Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter August 26, 2017 Boxing
Floyd Mayweather Jr. Vs Conor McGregor Betting Odds

One of the most anticipated fights of the year is between boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Junior and UFC super star Conor McGregor. Compare the odds from Australia’s top online bookmakers and read my free tips for what’s being dubbed “The Biggest Fight in Combat Sports History”. We will have to wait and see if this fight lives up to the hype, but it should at the very least be interesting to watch.

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Wladimir Klitschko V Alex Leapai Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter March 17, 2014 Boxing
Wladimir Klitschko vs Alex Leapai Boxing Betting Odds

The Samoan born Australian boxer Alex Leapai, nickname “The Lionheart” will become Australia’s first heavyweight boxing champion in over 100 years if he can defeat Ukrainian world champion boxer “Dr Steelhammer” Wladimir Klitschko, current holder of the WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring heavyweight boxing titles, in Germany on April 26, 2014 (The morning of April 27th in Australia).

Leapai packs devastating power with both hands, capable of knocking out any opponent who gets in the way of his fists, but Klitschko has a distinct 15cm height and 16cm reach advantage. If Leapai can get close enough to the current world champ, he is every chance to knock him out and cause one of the biggest upsets in recent heavyweight boxing history. All of Australia, Samoa and New Zealand will be cheering on the “Lionheart” delivery driver from Brisbane, Queensland.

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Mundine V Green Postponed

by Aussie Punter March 28, 2006 Boxing

The fight of the year in Australia has yet again been postponed. It has been announced that the Anthony Mundine vs Danny Green fight, said to be the biggest non-title fight in Australian boxing history, has been moved to May. The fight will now be held at Aussie Stadium in Sydney on May 17 (Australia […]

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Anthony Mundine vs Danny Green

by Aussie Punter March 21, 2006 Boxing

Anthony Mundine will take on Danny Green in the biggest non-title fight in Australian boxing history, held at Aussie Stadium in Sydney on April 19. The slightly older Green is looking to pick up the mantel of Australia’s best boxer from Mundine after Kostya Tszyu’s imminent retirement. Mundine is currently a slight favorite at a […]

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