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Alvarez vs Mayweather Odds – IBF Championship

Alvarez vs Mayweather Odds – IBF Championship

On Saturday, Sept. 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Floyd “Money” Mayweather (44-0) and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (42-0-1) face each other in a match-up that promoters are calling “The One.”

Thing is, with his perfect record on the line and a formidable opponent in his face, Mayweather is not the usual heavy favorite in this bout, which affords bettors an opportunity to wager on the defending WBA welterweight champion/WBA super welterweight champion and win with a good return.

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Mayweather vs. Canelo Odds: Light Middleweight Championship Superfight

Floyd Mayweather (-310) vs. Canelo Alvarez (+250)

MAYWEATHER

TALE OF THE TAPE

ALVAREZ

36

AGE (at time of fight)

23

5′ 8″

HEIGHT

5′ 7.5″

72″

REACH

71″

44-0 (26)

W-L-D (KO)

42-0-1 (32)

Orthodox

STANCE

Orthodox

Money

MONIKER

Canelo

Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.

BIRTHPLACE

Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

U.S.A.

COUNTRY

Mexico

 Robert Guerrero (W-UD)  LAST 5 FIGHTS

 Austin Trout (W-UD)

 Miguel Cotto (W-UD)

 Josésito López (W-TKO, 5)

 Victor Ortiz (W-KO, 4)

 Shane Mosley (W-UD)

 Shane Mosley (W-UD)

 Kermit Cintrón (W-TKO, 5)

 Juan Manuel Márquez (W-UD)

OPPONENT (RESULT)

 Alfonso Gómez (W-TKO, 6)

W-win, D-draw, UD-unanimous decision, TD-technical decision, NC-no contest, MD-majority decision, TKO-technical knockout

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Floyd Mayweather is coming into the fight with a perfect 44-0-0 record. Considered to be semi-retired, “Money” will fight for only the sixth time in the last six years. In his five previous fights, he’s demonstrated everything that’s made him one of the best. He decimated Robert Guerrero in his last fight, coming in as a heavy -750 favorite.

The betting odds have him as a favorite against Alvarez (-310), but Mayweather has everything going for him coming into the fight: blazing hand and foot speed, nifty footwork, unbelievable ring intelligence, excellent defense, exceptional stamina, and extensive big fight experience (he’s faced Miguel Cotto, Oscar De La Hoya, Shane Mosley, Ricky Hatton.)

Now that he’s 36-years old, he’s looking to remain perfect and end his career on a high note. Bet on Floyd Mayweather at Top Bet’s Sportsbook now!

Betting on Canelo Alvarez

Like his opponent, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is also undefeated with a 42-0-1 record. Alvarez is fighting his second consecutive bout against an unbeaten fighter, having handed Austin Trout his first career loss in April. He was the favorite (-200) in the fight. He has a slight size advantage against Mayweather, but will need to lose a few pounds to hit the 152-pound weight limit.

As they say in the boxing world, every fighter has a puncher’s chance. With 30 knockouts, Alvarez will be throwing harder punches—and more of them. Alvarez wont be intimidated by the great Mayweather. Coming into the fight with the odds against him (+250), the pride of Mexico will have to lean on his power, confidence, “father time” (for Mayweather) and his country to finally take down the best boxer in the world.

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Mayweather vs. Alvarez Undercard

Danny García (26-0-0, 16 KOs) vs. Lucas Matthysse (34-2, 32 KOs)—for the WBC, WBA (Super) & The Ring Light Welterweight Championship

Ishe Smith (25-5-0, 11 KOs) vs. Carlos Amado Molina (21-5-2, 6 KOs)—for the IBF Light Middleweight Championship

Ashley Theophane (33-5-1, 9 KOs) vs. Pablo César Cano (26-3-1)—Welterweight

*Fight card, lines & odds are accurate only as of August 19, 2013

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