Which Sportsbooks Have the Best Boxing Odds?

There is no doubt that boxing has had its peaks and valleys. It is a sport that can lay dormant for several years until charismatic fighters appear, capturing the public’s attention, reigniting interest, and driving revenues through the roof. The sweet science can be a nerve-wracking rollercoaster that can even cause emotional outbursts in those with super calm dispositions. There are a few things that compare to the excitement that a well-hyped fight can generate. Much of which falls on the shoulders of the betting frenzies that accompany it. As of late, the two biggest stars in the sport who are attracting fans are the UK’s Anthony Joshua and Mexico’s Canelo Alvarez. These two stands at the peak of the sport and have arguably taken over the mantle from the likes of Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquaio in the past decade.

Gambling on boxing events is a pastime whose roots go back to the 1700s. So, it has been this sports companion for centuries, fueling its rise. Anyone considering getting into it must understand that long-term boxing betting profitability can usually mean eschewing short-term profits. Massive events do not happen regularly, and anything can occur in a fight. Sportsbook selection is also vital, as different bookmakers offer specific odds for the same event. Below, we list what many think are the three most bettor-friendly platforms when it comes to boxing. These also, coincidently, rank as some of the best Canadian sports betting sites out there.

MyBookie

MyBookie is a fairly established sportsbook, a member of the offshore betting industry that targets North America, as it launched its operations in August 2014. The company’s headquarters are in San Jose, Costa Rica, but its servers are on tribal territory in Canada (Kahnawake, Quebec). It often ranks as the platform with the best boxing odds on sites the compare them. It supplies a sign-up bonus that can yield as much as $1,000 in bonus cash and has excellent year-round promos. MyBookie’s standout attribute is its extremely stable betting software that offers a seamless gambling experience for desktop and mobile users.

Bodog

Bodog is the brainchild of Canadian entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, who founded it in 2000. The brand instantly proved to be a massive hit with bettors worldwide, turning Ayre into a legit billionaire in only a few years into its existence. Combat sports enthusiasts may remember BodogFIGHT, the short-lived MMA organization that hosted Fedor Emelianenko’s first post-Pride fight in 2007. Despite Bodog's turbulent history, mainly due to Ayre’s many legal problems, it remains a premium internet sportsbook known for its competitive odds and fast payout speeds. Its US-facing site is Bovada.

Betway

The Betway brand gets primarily associated with soccer due to its shirt sponsor deals with several top European clubs. These have included Tottenham Hotspurs, VfB Stuttgart, Leicester City, West Ham United, Levante UD, and more. Recently, it has branched off into North America by securing partnership deals with NBA and NHL teams. Betway’s base is in Malta, Europe’s interactive gaming haven. It has been active in the sports betting industry since 2006, attaining high grades from veterans on account of its soft odds and rewards program. Betway has a long track record of sponsoring boxing events in the UK and looks to cater to fans of this pugilist sport.

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