Good things come to those who wait, and we’ve waited long enough to find out who the main man is in the heavyweight division. Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will face off Feb. 22 in a rematch of their 2018 clash. Today, we'll take a look at the most likely, and most rewarding, outcomes ahead of their bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada.
The first big boxing event of the year takes place Thursday, Jan. 30 at Meridian at Island Gardens, with three title fights that feature top contenders. Tevin Farmer vs. Joseph Diaz highlights the action, but there's a lot to like about all three bouts on the card.
While boxing does not involve a traditional draft process like other professional sports, there is no shortage of hype jobs, disappointments, and underachievers that make up the sour side of the sweet science. Whether it was Olympic success, political backing, or wonderful self-promotion, these fighters set themselves up for great things, only to fall well short of expectations.
The heated rivalry between Jermell Charlo and Tony Harrison enters its second chapter Saturday, as the two elite junior middleweights will face off in a rematch of Harrison’s controversial win earlier this year. Harrison will have to repeat his title-winning effort over a motivated and incensed Charlo, and BetAmerica has all the action covered for this critical showdown.
For better or worse, Floyd “Money” Mayweather has announced he will be returning to active competition in 2020. As the world awaits the decision of one of its most divisive and successful athletes, let's take a look at Mayweather’s potential foils, with opponents ranging from formidable to profitable.
Teofimo Lopez's mouth got him here. Now his fists are going to have to get him out, as the prodigious lightweight will face the surging and dangerous Richard Commey for the IBF title. Lopez and Commey are featured in a high-stakes clash Saturday at Madison Square Garden, and BetAmerica has you covered for the big fight.
Andy Ruiz Jr. shocked the world when he knocked out Anthony Joshua last June, but Ruiz will have to overcome the odds once against against the hellbent ex-champ when the two collide in Saudi Arabia this weekend. The rematch is heavy on side plots, and we’ll explore the biggest ones heading into what will surely be another historic night of heavyweight boxing.
Jermall Charlo looks to make a statement against Dennis Hogan, and Chris Eubanks Jr. hopes to secure a world title shot against the tough Matt Koborov on a big boxing card this Saturday night. Check out how BetAmerica sees it ahead of this weekend’s action.
Perhaps more than any other sport, there is nothing more exciting than a boxing underdog overcoming the odds and sending shockwaves through the sport. In this day and age where fighters are carefully guided to titles and protected by promotional red tape, upsets seem far and few between with many bouts seemingly foregone conclusions. However, these five elite fighters might be flirting with danger and in 2020, their luck may run out.
Callum Smith hopes to keep his WBA super middleweight title and a shot at Saul “Canelo” Alvarez intact as he prepares for a homecoming clash against the well-traveled John Ryder on November 23. It will be high action in the UK, between two top talents, and BetAmerica has the inside scoop for fight night.