Boxing: Haney vs Kambosos Jr Betting Odds

The Rematch Heads to Rod Laver Arena

Haney vs Kambosos Jr betting odds suggests current four-belt champion Devin Haney will retain his belts in Melbourne on Saturday. The American won by decision earlier this year, but George Kambosos Jr gets his rematch clause, and good on Haney for honoring it.

Many expect Kambosos Jr to improve following his first career loss, but pro boxing odds suggest otherwise.

Fight Information

Game: Haney vs Kambosos Jr.
Location: Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia
Day/Time:
Streaming: Live Stream Sports

Haney Focused on Task

It’s unusual to see little trash talk in a big bout of this magnitude, especially when Kambosos Jr is involved. However, the lack of chat hasn’t put Haney off his game.

“I just seen right through it,” Haney told BoxingScene.com. “The whole world wanted to tell him to stop the acting.

“I feel like this is a part of his strategy of going quiet. He doesn’t want to give me that extra motivation, but the greats find motivation by any means necessary. I’m a go in there and beat him. Whether he’s talking or not talking.”

Haney vs Kambosos Jr betting odds has Haney at -1000 to retain his IBF, WBA, WBO, and WBC lightweight titles.

Haney vs Kambosos Jr betting odds has Haney at -1000 to retain his IBF, WBA, WBO, and WBC lightweight titles. It’s a short quote but the undefeated 28-0 (15 knockouts) fighter has all the confidence in the world.

His wins over Joseph Diaz and Jorge Linares prepared him beautifully for the first bout against Kambosos Jr and there’s no reason why he won’t be well-prepared again.

Our boxing betting tips find it tough to bet against Haney, but his opponent is a feisty Australian, who doesn’t know how to give up. Kambosos Comeback? If there’s one thing Australians know how to do, it’s to produce an upset when least expected.

Despite odds not being in his favor at +600, Kambosos has a puncher’s chance and boxing expert Teddy Atlas sees improvement on the horizon

Despite odds not being in his favor at +600, Kambosos has a puncher’s chance and boxing expert Teddy Atlas sees improvement on the horizon.

“Kambosos, his thing is timing. Timing can beat speed. He used timing against Teofimo Lopez, who is a big puncher, and he dropped Teofimo because he timed him. He timed him and found he could hit him with the right hand,” Atlas said.

“That tells me something. It tells me he’s cerebral. I already know that Haney is cerebral, but he should be better the second time. Kambosos, a guy that depends on timing, not speed.”

He wasn’t too far away from winning the first fight. It was an even fight, and if he won a couple more of the middle rounds, he could have snatched the victory away from Haney.

He’s not getting much respect for being a power puncher, but as his record suggests, he’s strong enough to send Haney to the canvas. However, we think his best chance is to outwork Haney.

Passion is important in boxing, so Kambosos Jr needs to start well and score a 10-9 round on the judges’ scorecards. He needs to win the first few rounds before Haney finds his groove. If Haney starts well, Kambosos Jr will look for the knockout and it’s unlikely to come.

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