This page shows odds for moneyline bets. These are stakes where you select the fighter you believe will win the battle.
Boxing odds generally look something like this: Apollo Creed -200
Rocky Balboa +180
This usually means that Creed is your favorite and Balboa is the underdog. Favorites always have a minus sign (-) before their odds and underdogs have the plus sign (+). In this case if you had $300 to play , you could throw it all on Creed and if he wins, then you’d get a payout of $450 — your own $300 is returned, and your winnings of $150.
On the flip side, if you had faith in Rocky and believe he’s likely to win, a $300 bet would net you a payout of $840 — you would get your initial $300 back, along with your winnings of $540.
Our Odds Calculator can help you determine how much you would win based on what you choose to wager.
Our boxing odds page shows you the opening line, which is the original betting line set by oddsmakers, followed by the lines at popular sportsbooks. It is possible to scroll through to find a sportsbook with the odds you enjoy best. Having boxing odds explained in more detail gives you an advantage over other bettors who might be taking gambling lines blindly.
Now that you understand how to read boxing odds, check out our boxing betting guide here.