Middleweight Boxing Odds
As with all weight classes in boxing, there is no shortage of betting opportunities for a particular fight when analysing the middleweight boxing odds. The big market for punters where the most money is liable to be staked is on the fight result. However, there are other options besides identifying which of the two boxers will emerge victorious.
Looking at the previous records of the two fighters and there punching power may give an indication of whether a fight is most likely to end by knockout or have to go the scorecards of the ringside judges to find a winner. For fights where a KO is expected, punters may also want to be slightly braver in search of better boxing odds by prediction the exact round that the KO will occur or in which half of the 12 rounds the fight will be ended.
No standout star means lots of options in the middleweight boxing odds
The likes of Jermain Taylor and Sugar Ray Robinson have previously stood out in the middleweight division, but there appears a lack of a current star in the same mould as those to have gone before them. Sergio Martinez is the present superstar in the division and is unbeaten in his four starts since stepping up from light middleweight.
However, there are other some other tough boxers in the division who can challenge Martinez in the middleweight odds and are not used to losing. Australian Daniel Geale is one such boxer, alongside Felix Sturm. The progress of Julio Cesar Chavez Jnr is also likely to be well monitored as he continues to progress through the division.