Dubois vs Lerena betting odds has British heavyweight Daniel Dubois favored to beat Kevin Lerena at odds of -1250.
Bettors also get JF Estrada vs “Chocolatito” odds to enjoy, so both fights are expected to make headlines.
Dubois vs Lerena
Date, time (TV):
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London
Dubois Has Class Edge
Despite losing to Joe Joyce in 2020, Dubois has bounced back with three consecutive wins and he should be winning again on Saturday.
The 25-year-old bounced back with a win over Bogdan Dinu, Joe Cusumano, and Trevor Bryan. He showed his class when beating Bryan, who was 22-0 at the time and he made him look second-rate.
Dubois ended the fight in Round 4 with a devastating knockout to win the WBA World Heavyweight Championship, so he shouldn’t have too many troubles beating Lerena, who is 28-1 but with only 14 knockout wins.
Lerena is South African and he hasn’t faced any top-level fighters. He got the better of Firat Arslan and Mariusz Wach, but that’s not the same level of fighters as Dubois has faced.
Dubois vs Lerena betting odds has Lerena at +700, which looks about right. He’s up against a tough fighter and we don’t think he has any chance of winning.
Dubois’ trainer, Shane McGuigan, believes a much bigger fight is on the horizon.
“We get that shot, next in line. Because Usyk’s got all the other belts, he’s got the IBF, the WBO, and the WBA, Fury’s got the WBC. Out of the IBF, WBA and WBO, Daniel is the first in line, the WBA is the first in line to get the shot,” McGuigan explained.
Despite the boxing odds being short, Dubois must be included in boxing betting selections this weekend.
Estrada to Prove Doubters Wrong
Estrada’s victory in the second bout against Chocolatito was criticized by many boxing experts as a fluke, but he shouldn’t be the +165 underdog with JF Estrada vs “Chocolatito” odds.
As the top-ranked flyweight in the world, the 43-3 Mexican superstar is deserving of respect. In the second meeting, he prevailed 113-115, 117-111, and 115-113, and despite the controversy, we believed he had performed well enough to win.
It demonstrated how far he had come since falling short to Gonzalez in their first encounter in 2012, which was decided by unanimous decision. He has only lost once since that defeat, and it was a close match against Wisaksil Wangek, which isn’t anything against his ability.
It’s safe to conclude that Gonzalez was disappointed to have lost to Estrada. He believed he had won, but the Mexican gets his chance to bounce back.
Chocolatito, a 35-year-old fighter, has won 41 of his 51 fights by knockout, making him a dangerous opponent and he has been heavily backed at the sportsbook.
“Estrada and Chocolatito will go down in history as one of the great rivalries in the sport, and on December 3, one of these two great fighters will beat the other, which promises a great fight, it is an early Christmas gift,” Eddie Hearn, Matchroom Boxing promoter said.
We expect another top-level fight and we give the edge to Estrada, who will pay generous odds to win.
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