Four Belts on the Line, Estrada vs Valle Odds

A Massive Women’s Title Fight in Glendale

Seniesa Estrada puts her WBA and WBC Minimum titles on the line against Yokasta Valle, who holds the WBA and IBF titles.

Estrada vs Valle odds have Estrada at -200 to capture all four titles, and the American looks the goods.

However, despite having two losses on her record, Valle is more than worthy of consideration at +165.

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Estrada Rolling Through Opponents

The 31-year-old hasn’t been fully tested in her 25 fights, which include nine wins by knockout.

She faced her toughest test last time in the ring when fighting Leonela Yudica. It went to a decision, where she won 97-93 across the board, which was closer than many had expected.

In terms of her past boxing events, this is her biggest challenge, but she’s the worthy favorite after going 25-0.

She might be ranked behind Yalle in the world rankings, but most believe she is the best fighter in the world at the minimum weight.

We were thoroughly impressed with her victories over Jazmin Villarino and Tina Rupprecht, where she didn’t lose a round.

That’s hard to do, so we’re not surprised Estrada vs Valle odds have her as the favorite to prevail on Friday.

She could shorten with the sportsbook as she also has the advantage of fighting in front of a home crowd. That can’t be underestimated in boxing, and we see her odds shortening to around -240 on fight night.

Valle Accepting of Challenge

Having a chance to hold every title in the division is something Valle is relishing.

She might be the underdog with boxing betting odds, but the Costa Rican hasn’t lost since 2018, and that’s tough to overlook.

“I feel ready, my body; mentally, I am also ready to be the absolute champion,” Valle said.

“It’s a dream that I am a step away from making it a reality.” I have always been working hard every day, visualizing what I want to become: the absolute champion.”

She’s the number one ranked fighter in the world for a reason, and her victory over Anabel Ortiz was full of class.

Ortiz was a 33-5 fighter, and it was a good defense of her titles. She didn’t lose a round according to one judge, and that’s a great lead-up for a fight of this magnitude.

Bettors could find value in the Estrada vs Valle odds with the underdog. Getting +165 is a fair price for the two-title holder, and she has upset claims if she fights her best.

Take the Underdog Value

It won’t be easy for Valle to hand Estrada her first loss, but we’re enticed by the value odds.

Her two losses came six years ago, and she has matured as a boxer since. We would have priced her shorter than +165, so we’re taking the value for what should be a close contest in Glendale.

We don’t see much value with taking Estrada at -200, and there is some trepidation in the betting market. That’s never a good sign, and although betting against a Bob Arum-managed fighter doesn’t usually end well, we’re happy to go against him.

The fight is expected to go the distance. Over 8½ rounds is a massive -1200 favorite, as neither fighter is prone to a knockout victory. It’s a short price, but it’s safe to include the over in boxing parlays.

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