It is very early days but two thirds of the bets on Bellew vs Haye II have been for the underdog Tony Bellew, who is offered at 2/1. Whilst David Haye is 4/9 to get his revenge and win the rematch. Of the specials, by far the most popular has been for David Haye to win by KO, TKO or DQ, which is 4/5.
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Tyson Fury will return to the ring in June and William offer 2/1 that by the end of next year, he has won a World Title belt and 4/1 that by the end of next year he has defeated both Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder.
Despite pulling out of another fight, William Hill believe that David Haye will not call time on his career and it is 2/7 that he has a professional fight before the end of 2018.
After appearing to call out Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder on social media, William Hill are offering odds on who Anthony Joshua will fight on his next trip into the ring. It is 8/1 that Joshua fights Fury next and 4/1 he goes up against Wilder, although the favourite at the moment, is 2/1 shot, Joseph Parker.
It has not taken long for Tyson Fury to call out Anthony Joshua following the latter’s victory on Saturday night in Cardiff.
With just five days to go until potentially the biggest boxing match of all time, the bookmakers are fearful of a McGregor win against Floyd Mayweather.
With just seven days to go until Mayweather/McGregor, the bookies are fearing an upset.
Another day and another conspiracy theory and William Hill are offering 250/1 that both fighters are knocked out simultaneously.
William Hill have once again been forced to take evasive action and have cut the price of Conor McGregor beating Floyd Mayweather from 4/1 to 7/2.
After the announcement of what looks set to be the biggest fight in history (4/11 with William Hill to break the 4.4m PPV sales record), the majority of punters are thinking that Connor McGregor may actually have more than a puncher’s chance in this one. Hills can report that on the day of the announcement, McGregor’s price of winning came in from 6/1 to 9/2 to win which is half of the 9/1 that he was in December of last year.