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Anthony Joshua v Alexander Povetkin Betting: Mouthwatering bout could be months away There are strong rumours in the industry that Fury v Wilder is close to being confirmed and could take place this year. A few weeks later, Canelo officially pulled out of the bout just one month before the scheduled 5 May date. Betfair Ambassador David Haye returns with his views on this weekend's action, including the exciting heavyweight battle between Dillian Whyte and Joseph Par One of the most popular ways to bet on combat sports is to bet on which round the fight will finish, and this market covers every single round in the fight. Latest Videos

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Masher Dodd doesn't stand a chance of winning in Wales according to the betting but Betfair's boxing writer Frankie Monkhouse thinks talented Welshman Joe Co Betfair's Frankie Monkhouse runs his eye over the betting Dereck Chisora is a match for any heavyweight when in the mood - but will he fancy it here?

Betfair's boxing tipster Frankie Monkhouse puts forward his views Betfair Ambassador David Haye returns with his views on this weekend's action, including the exciting heavyweight battle between Dillian Whyte and Joseph Par Anthony Joshua goes back in the ring in September and the Betfair markets make him a short price to defeat Alexander Povetkin.

Jasmine Baba has all the price Pac Man is back in action as he takes part in his 68th fight. Will he add another world title to his trophy cabinet? Betfair's boxing expert Frankie Monkhous It's England vs Germany in the ring and Betfair's boxing writer Frankie Monkhouse looks at the chances of an upset on Saturday night Martin Murray must remain professional as he looks to continue his recent winning form.

Betfair's boxing expert Frankie Monkhouse looks at how the best fight Josh Taylor is within touching distance of a shot at a world title but must impress against a tough opponent in Glasgow on Saturday.

In his first column since announcing the decision to retire, David Haye reflects on his 16 years in the ring, looks ahead to life as a promoter with Hayemake Fury returned to add a bit of excitement to the heavyweight scene and he's not short of options on where to go next.

Betfair's boxing writer Frankie Monkhous OK, I get it. Prepare yourself for a controversial Canelo win We caught up with Betfair Ambassador David Haye before Golovkin v Alvarez to hear what he has to say about the highly anticipated fight Read more Join today View market. Golovkin v Alvarez II: Score to settle as two of boxing's biggest names go toe-to-toe The talking stops in the early hours of Sunday morning as big-punching duo Golovkin and Alvarez settle an old score.

View market Frank Monkhouse 11 September Leave a comment. Amir Khan v Samuel Vargas: King's in a rush to return to the top Amir Khan hopes to settle an old score with rival Kell Brook but to do so he must first impress against Vargas in Birmingham. View market Frank Monkhouse 05 September Leave a comment. Danny Garcia v Shawn Porter: Swift will need the help of scoring judges in one for the purists Betfair's boxing writer Frankie Monkhouse is excited about Sunday's world title fight in Brooklyn and he aims to add a bit more spice with a winning bet George Groves v Callum Smith: Early look at this British classic fought overseas Betfair's Frankie Monkhouse takes a peek at how the World Boxing Series final is shaping up and if gritty underdog George Groves will handle being favourite View market Frank Monkhouse 26 August Leave a comment.

This Weekend on Betfair: Boxing, Test cricket, racing at Newbury and more The pick of the action on Betfair this weekend features two big fights in Belfast, Test cricket and the second weekend of the Premier League season, says Max View market Max Liu 17 August Leave a comment.

Tyson Fury v Francesco Pianeta: Bigger and better to come but Fury must first complete the Italian job Step two of Tyson Fury's long-awaited comeback and he's expected to score another simple win. View market Frank Monkhouse 17 August Leave a comment. Carl Frampton v Luke Jackson: It'll pay to stick with the favourite's form this weekend It's a big night for British boxing and a big night for Carl Frampton. View market Frank Monkhouse 15 August Leave a comment.

View market David Haye 13 August Leave a comment. Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder: Amir Khan returns to ring for just the second time in two years as he prepares to take on Samuel Vargas in Birmingham. Khan will be hoping for a similar result to his last bout against Phil Lo Greco when took just 39 seconds to knock his opponent out in what was his first fight of Now, Khan is hoping to use this upcoming bout against Vargas as a stepping stone to get back to the top of boxing.

The Bolton fighter previously hinted at a prize fight with Manny Pacquiao and is seemingly still keen on the idea. He is a good fighter, a slick fighter, he's a huge name in boxing and I am sure if he came to the UK, the UK fans would want to come and see him. He is taking part in his first professional fight in Europe and brings with him a record of Khan vs Vargas Betting Tip: Khan is the massive odds-on favourite for this fight with the best-priced odds at just 1.

Anthony Joshua taking on Tyson Fury would be one of the biggest events in boxing and could be a unification bout if things go right for both fighters. But before any of that can happen, both have other fights to get through first. For Fury, he has organised conditional deals for a fight against the man who many people wanted Anthony Joshua to fight next, Deontay Wilder.

Should Fury win that fight it would unify the lineal and WBC heavyweight championship titles, allowing the winner a chance at a grand unification bout in a fight against Joshua — should he defeat Povetkin, of course. Whether that will be Wilder or Fury, it remains to be seen but that would only add to what would be a quite incredible spectacle. The thought of the two British undefeated heavyweights heading into the ring for a grand unification bout is the most exciting prospect in boxing for a lot of fans today.

Joshua vs Fury Betting Tip: Joshua is the slight favourite for this potential heavyweight bout at 1. There is an element of the unknown for Conor McGregor. The last time the Irish fighter set foot in a ring, it was for his spectacle boxing bout with Floyd Mayweather Jr. It has been almost two years since The Notorious fought in The Octagon so there may well be some rustiness for McGregor to shake off. He fears no one. He is coming up against Khabib Nurmagomedov, the Russian fighter who is yet to lose a single fight in professional MMA.

The man nicknamed The Eagle will provide stiff competition for the returning McGregor in what will be a fascinating contest. McGregor vs Khabib Betting Tip: Khabib is the favourite to deny McGregor a triumphant return to The Octagon with best-priced odds of 1. If you fancy The Notorious is out at 2. The username or password you entered is incorrect. Please check the username, re-type the password, and try again.

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