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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Betting wise where is the value in a fight like this? Odds for a draw at between 25/1 to 33/1. The odds for a Campbell decision are 20/1, Campbell by LO ,TKO or DQ are 12/1.
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Keep forgetting that Hughie Fury is fighting Povetkin on this card. His old man says the training regime for this has been brutal and that he wants his son to throw combos in greater volume to sit down more on his shots and be more of a crowd pleasing fighter. That could see him sparked out.


    article here - https://www.skysports.com/boxing/new...povetkin-fight
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Here is the full card for the o2 show


    Vasiliy Lomachenko
    VS
    Luke Campbell
    12 x 3 mins WBC, WBO, WBA & Ring Magazine World Lightweight Championship


    Hughie Fury
    VS
    Alexander Povetkin
    12 x 3 mins Heavyweight Contest


    Charlie Edwards
    VS
    Julio Cesar Martinez
    12 x 3 mins WBC World Flyweight Championship


    Joshua Buatsi
    VS
    Ryan Ford
    10 x 3 mins WBA International Light-Heavyweight Championship


    Joe Cordina
    VS
    Gavin Gwynne
    12 x 3 mins British & Commonwealth Lightweight Championship


    James Tennyson
    VS
    Atif Shafiq
    10 x 3 mins WBA International Lightweight Championship


    Savannah Marshall
    8 x 2 mins Super-Middleweight Contest


    Dalton Smith
    VS
    Darryl Pearce
    6 x 3 mins Super-Lightweight Contest


    Martin J Ward
    8 x 3 mins Super-Featherweight Contest


    Connor Coghill
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    Dean Jones
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Fury is going to get beat, unless Povetkin has aged and past it, which would probably make Eddie happy.
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Fury is going to get beat, unless Povetkin has aged and past it, which would probably make Eddie happy.
    probably, but props for taking the fight. Dillian Whyte (Pre drug test failure) didn’t want any of it.
    By the way , where the fuck is Whyte’s B sample result??
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Quote Originally Posted by Primo Carnera View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Fury is going to get beat, unless Povetkin has aged and past it, which would probably make Eddie happy.
    probably, but props for taking the fight. Dillian Whyte (Pre drug test failure) didn’t want any of it.
    By the way , where the fuck is Whyte’s B sample result??
    It hasn't even been opened. Instead I presume he presented evidence to a panel. Clear now?

    Clear as mud. No clearer for me either mate. More here - https://www.boxinginsider.com/headli...-wasnt-opened/
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Primo Carnera View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Fury is going to get beat, unless Povetkin has aged and past it, which would probably make Eddie happy.
    probably, but props for taking the fight. Dillian Whyte (Pre drug test failure) didn’t want any of it.
    By the way , where the fuck is Whyte’s B sample result??
    It hasn't even been opened. Instead I presume he presented evidence to a panel. Clear now?

    Clear as mud. No clearer for me either mate. More here - https://www.boxinginsider.com/headli...-wasnt-opened/
    Cheers for the update. What a complete load of bollocks.
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Not sure where the value lies with Loma-Campbell but why is the little mexican who chinned Selby a 5/2 shot against Charlie Edwards? If he was a 14-1-0 (11 KOs), 23-year-old Mexican I would consider backing him blind at those those odds (the strength-in-depth, for little men, in Mexico/South America and Asia is much stronger than Europe and USA). However, he has a couple of solid wins as well as a serious one over Selby (looked a right little hard bastard, vicious body shots).

    Julio Cesar Martinez Aguilar - 5/2 (10 returns 35)
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    The live press conference will be streamed here shortly - https://www.skysports.com/boxing/new...ess-conference
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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Campbell's only chance is to plant his feet and go for the KO non stop.
    Lomachenko beats him in every department but he's been put on his ass before so it's not impossible.
    I honestly think Campbell does alot better than people are saying here.

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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Fury-Povetkin doesn't make sense. Why would Fury (his dad) take Povetkin for his first fight with Eddie/Sky? I'd back Fury to do an Errol Flynn/Usain Bolt at 5/2 if I wasn't afraid of an "injury" job. A pomp Povetkin wins easy.

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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Fury telegraph his punches..not enough snap..he will be circling and dancing all night with zero power shots.

    Both drug cheats anyway.

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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Not sure where the value lies with Loma-Campbell but why is the little mexican who chinned Selby a 5/2 shot against Charlie Edwards? If he was a 14-1-0 (11 KOs), 23-year-old Mexican I would consider backing him blind at those those odds (the strength-in-depth, for little men, in Mexico/South America and Asia is much stronger than Europe and USA). However, he has a couple of solid wins as well as a serious one over Selby (looked a right little hard bastard, vicious body shots).

    Julio Cesar Martinez Aguilar - 5/2 (10 returns 35)
    The “strength-in-depth, for little men, in Mexico/South America” is in the USA.

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    Default Re: Lomachenko v Campbell - 31/8/19 UK

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Not sure where the value lies with Loma-Campbell but why is the little mexican who chinned Selby a 5/2 shot against Charlie Edwards? If he was a 14-1-0 (11 KOs), 23-year-old Mexican I would consider backing him blind at those those odds (the strength-in-depth, for little men, in Mexico/South America and Asia is much stronger than Europe and USA). However, he has a couple of solid wins as well as a serious one over Selby (looked a right little hard bastard, vicious body shots).

    Julio Cesar Martinez Aguilar - 5/2 (10 returns 35)
    The “strength-in-depth, for little men, in Mexico/South America” is in the USA.
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