Best Boxing Odds Today - Betting Lines & Spreads Explained
Boxing Live Scores
Boxing is one of the most watched sports on the planet. Fans from all over the world enjoy the high octane action of title fights and big name bouts. However, fights take place all around the world - meaning different time zones and different broadcasters. Keeping up to date with all of the action is a thankless task and locating live boxing streams can be a time consuming, and often fruitless, job.
Oddspedia’s boxing live scores section has all the information you need, so you know exactly what’s going on in the world of boxing. Vital for not only following boxing live scores, but also keeping on top of the latest boxing odds. All of our boxing live scores are updated in real time, so you can see round-by-round updates and results as they happen.
It’s not just the big world title fights that are covered on Oddspedia. We provide boxing live scores from a huge range of cards taking place all over the world and, where possible, we also give you free boxing streams so you can enjoy the action.
Our boxing live scores page covers all weight categories and governing bodies. Whether you’re looking to find WBC heavyweight title boxing live scores or are interested in the latest boxing streams from the IBF Flyweight division, Oddspedia has got you covered.
Our boxing live scores page also has a very useful calendar that makes it easy to navigate between boxing live scores. You can select live boxing scores today or look back at fights from the past. You have the option of looking ahead to upcoming bouts. You can even filter your search to concentrate on certain weight categories or even look for specific fighters, so you can check out their latest fights and their overall history in the ring.
In short, Oddspedia’s boing live scores section has everything you need to make informed decisions on the latest boxing odds.
Boxing comes with a huge wealth of statistical information, both before and after fights. Studying this information is hugely beneficial when you’re looking for the best boxing odds and boxing betting lines. Oddspedia knows this, and that’s why our boxing stats pages are full of essential information to help you find those all important winning boxing odds.
When it comes to boxer’s overall career records, knowing which boxers have the best record, statistics and are in the best form is invaluable, especially if you’re looking to find the best boxing odds lines. Oddspedia has detailed information on a huge number of fighters from around the world. You can check out their win loss record, as well as their vital statistics such as age, reach, weight and height. You can even see when they turned pro and which stance they adopt.
In terms of individual bouts, our boxing stats page can give you the punch success percentages, round by round scores and the all important knockdown totals. Great for looking back at recent fights and judging how well each fighter performed.
Another key statistic in boxing is the world rankings. Boxing has 17 weight categories at world title level and four governing bodies. That means there are a whopping 68 sets of world rankings. Oddspedia has all of these rankings, making it easier for you to compare fighters and see who is rising or falling in the rankings.
Outside of the ring, there’s always a lot going on in the world of boxing, including big title fight announcements, press conferences, injuries and rumors. Keeping on top of all the latest news is imperative if you want to find the best value boxing odds.
Oddspedia’s in depth news section aggregates boxing news from all the major international and national outlets. We bring you the latest headlines, injury news and rumors. On big fight weeks, you will be able to read all the latest news from the press conferences, public workouts and weigh-ins. If a fighter has changed trainers or is carrying a minor injury into a bout, it could make all the difference to which boxing odds you select. Our news page will ensure you never miss out on breaking news.
After the big fights, you can read in-depth reports and analysis from some of the best boxing writers around.
On top of that, Oddspedia also has social media updates from top boxing personalities. This will give you vital insights into boxer’s mindsets. Plus, if a promoter is announcing a title fight or updating a card, you’ll be the first to hear about it.
Boxing odds comparison - Get the highest odds from top bookmakers
The boxing odds pages on Oddspedia collate odds from more than 80 different major bookmakers. We always display the highest available odds and update them in real time. This is especially important during fights, as having live updates alongside boxing streams, can really help you maximize your profits.
There are an abundance of different markets available for major boxing fights. Obviously we display boxing odds for who will win the fight and the method of victory. We also have plenty more markets such as which round will the fight finish and how many knockdowns will there be.
Because Oddspedia always displays the best available boxing odds, we can really help you get the most from your boxing lines. For example, the odds on Tyson Fury to beat Anthony Joshua may be 200 at one bookmakers, but 300 at another. Placing your bet on the highest available odds will guarantee you win the most amount possible if your bet lands.
Boxing betting lines explained - FAQ
How to calculate Boxing betting odds?
The American format for boxing odds involves the favorite being represented by a minus sign next to a number. This tells you how much you’d need to stake to win back $100. The underdog’s odds have a figure next to a plus sign. This tells you how much you’d win for every $100 you stake. If you want more help in having boxing betting lines explained, try checking out the Oddspedia site to look at some of the latest boxing odds.
How to choose a betting site for Boxing?
You might have a favorite betting site for boxing odds. Maybe you like the look of it or you’ve landed some big wins when using it. The reality is that your best option is to choose the site that has the best boxing odds. This varies from market to market, so make sure you use Oddspedia to find the best boxing odds for your chosen market.
How Boxing betting odds work?
Boxing odds can change rapidly. Before fight night, news of a boxer carrying an injury or having a bad training camp can have a huge impact upon the boxing odds lines. Whilst during fights, boxing odds chance rapidly depending on who is on top at that moment. Another reason why finding live boxing streams is so useful.
How to predict Boxing results?
You can never be 100% certain when making a boxing bet. Odds change all the time and the favorite is never guaranteed to win. Upsets are commonplace in boxing, especially in the heavyweight division; who could have predicted Buster Dougles beating Mike Tyson or Andy Ruiz knocking out Anthony Joshua? One punch is all it takes to knock out an opponent.
You can give yourself the best chance of placing winning boxing bets by doing as much research as possible, studying the statistics and reading the latest boxing news.
Is it possible to make money betting on Boxing?
Yes, but the unpredictable nature of the sport makes it extremely tricky. There’s no foolproof strategy for betting on boxing, but your best chance of maximizing your winnings is to use Oddspedia to find the best boxing odds lines.
Are there successful Boxing strategies?
In short, no. You can never guarantee success when making boxing odds predictions. As a rule of thumb, always bet with your head not your heart. You might have a favorite boxer, but that does not mean he’s always going to win. Do as much research as you can (on Oddspedia of course!) and carefully consider which boxing betting lines to place bets on.
We can’t all be experts when it comes to boxing odds, there are so many big fights taking place every week that it’s impossible to know everything about every fighter.
Here at Oddspedia we’ve put together a superb betting community. You can read the thoughts of genuine boxing expert tipsters and find out which boxing odds lines they think you should be using.
The Oddspedia betting community provides free betting predictions for every major boxing odds market. You can filter predictions based upon date, weight category, governing body and even individual fighter name. Furthermore, different tipsters offer different types of boxing odds predictions, whilst some favor single bets, you’ll also find accumulator types and other specialist types of boxing odds lines.
Our tipsters provide you with their carefully considered thoughts and tips ahead of the big fights, as well as detailed analysis of their predictions to help you select the very best boxing bet odds.
If you’re not sure which tipsters to use, Oddspedia allows you to check out their track records. You can filter these track records to find out how successful they’ve been with their recent boxing odds predictions or even which weight divisions they specialize in.
And if that’s not enough, Oddspedia also has a public consensus module. This tool gives you an overview of the aggregated predictions of all of our tipsters. It allows you to see where the overall consensus lies and which boxing odds are favored by the majority of our tipsters.
That’s Oddspedia’s boxing odds section in a nutshell. We want to give you everything you need to stay on top of the fight game and find the winning boxing odds. Our predictions, news and statistics will give you everything you could possibly need to make informed decisions on boxing odds today.
We also want you to enjoy betting on boxing. Our free boxing streams and boxing live score updates put you at the heart of the action. Whilst our news section is perfect for dedicated boxing fans.
Most importantly of all, we want you to maximize your earnings from every boxing bet. Odds change regularly in the world of boxing, but Oddspedia will give you the best available boxing odds at any given time.
But that’s enough about Oddspedia, if you want to really find out what's on offer, you need to head over to our boxing section to see for yourself.