4 Big Fights Tonight, Check Out The Odds And Predictions All Here


From Liverpool to the States, tonight is a big night for fight fans, 3 packed boxing cards with with some great under-cards and main events.  We take a look at the top 4 bouts and give you predictions and odds, once you have read and watched the predictions,

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Khan v LoGreco
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Frampton v Donaire
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A few years ago, this Featherweight fight would have been absolutely huge. Frampton has been one of England’s best for some time, and he further cemented that status in 2016 with huge wins over Scott Quigg and Leo Santa Cruz, earning world titles in two weight classes and Fighter of the Year accolades from some. He lost the rematch to Santa Cruz in January 2017 and is 1-0 since in a fight where he didn’t look terrific. Donaire was 2012’s Fighter of the Year – a hotshot Filipino fighter drawing comparisons to Pacquiao. Then he lost to Guillermo Rigondeaux and it all kind of went south fast. He’s a respectable 7-2 since that loss, but he generally hasn’t looked great, and it’s been awhile since he beat a particularly good opponent. He still has a name, so this pairing draws interest, but his chances are low here. Frampton needs this win, but more than that, he needs it to be a big win.

G Davis v J A Cuellar
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Davis is a Mayweather protege and one of the most exciting upcoming talents in boxing today. He’s been on the rise for some time, but had a huge breakout win a year ago when he completely steamrolled Liam Walsh in the UK. Davis is a powerful, aggressive puncher, who has only gone past the 6th round 3 times. He’s not without controversy, as he’s had legal issues dealing with an assault charge, and has been criticized in the ring for failing to make weight, and for using an illegal blow to stop his last fight. Cuellar hails from Argentina and is a former WBA champion. He had a good win over Vic Darchinyan in 2015 before losing his title to Abner Mares in December 2016. This is his first fight since then – he’s a good boxer, but this is a real stiff test to come back to after 16 months off.

Broner v Vargas
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Broner is a goof, but he remains a goof that draws, at least to some degree. Since suffering his first loss against Marcos Maidana in 2013, Broner’s trajectory has been pretty clear – he wins some low to mid-tier fights, then steps up a level and loses. Those losses came against Shawn Porter and, in his most recent outing, Mikey Garcia. Vargas is on a 2-2 run, but those 2 losses are a very controversial decision loss to Timothy Bradley, and a more clear loss to Manny Pacquiao. This is actually an interesting fight in some ways – both men have been pretty hyped at times, but both have also had their ceilings exposed. They are at a quite comparable level, so it’s hard to know what to expect. Do expect it to go the distance though, as Vargas only has one finish in his last 14 fights, and Broner, despite his reputation, is more than ready to take a more conservative path to victory.

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