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Boxing Betting: Marquez and Bradley ready for showdown
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 22 October 2013 12:52
Price per head services saw that last December, Marquez made an impressive performance when he knocked out Manny Pacquiao, and in February, Bradley won a split decision when he took on the eight-division world champion, in a match that saw some very interesting boxing odds.
At Friday’s weigh-in, both fighters who make very good boxing odds made the grade with defending champion Bradley weighing in at 146 pounds, while Marquez weighed 144.5 pounds.
Marquez moves into the bout with an opportunity to turn into the first Mexican fighter to hold titles in five weight divisions, and boxing betting fans found out that the 40-year-old is full of assurance with Las Vegas becoming a little Mexico.
“This is confidence for me, I have trained very hard, I have confidence and I want to give another great fight for all my fans,” Mexican Marquez told Sky Sports.
Despite being at home, pay per head services saw that Bradley – who was not defeated in 30 fights – was booed when he entered the theatre, but he insists that such reaction only motivates him, and boxing betting fans would like to see how he will perform if this happens in the fight.
“I’m focussed, determined and hungry for this,” Bradley said. “I’m enjoying this time out on the stage, people booing, I love it. Boo me more, please, give me more fuel.
“Marquez is a very, very dangerous opponent, he has power in both hands and he is very clever which means I have to be intelligent starting out.
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“Midway through the fight I like to take chances so you may see me step in there and maybe go at Marquez.”
Price per head services and boxing betting fans are eagerly anticipating this showdown, and can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring when these fighters face each other.