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World Boxing Super Series Tips: Bantamweight

World Boxing Super Series Tips and Odds: Bantamweight 

Boxing Super – Bantamweights Tips and Odds: Tournament Winner

It’s time to check out the Super Bantamweights in our World Boxing Super Series tips and predictions. Today we have selected top bookmaker, Bet365, to check out who is the tournament favourite and who the potential winner could be. However, we’re also going to look at what other bookmakers are offering to compare.  In the below guide we will look at the fighters’ stats, recent form and the odds available to help you make that WinningSportsBet with our best Super Lightweights tips and odds.

Naoya Inoue

To win: Naoya Inoue 8/13 (Bet365 – 8/13)

Record: 16-0 (14 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 88%

Age: 25

Height: 5′ 5″

Reach:  67″

Alias: Monster

Nationality: Japan

 

Form

Naoya Inoue is Bet365’s World Boxing Super Series top seed and the number one rated bantamweight boxer by Boxrec. Inoue is the current World Boxing Association World Bantamweight Champion.

In his last figh, Inoue destroyed the current champion, Jamie McDonnell, (29-2-1) in round one to be crowd the new WBA champion of the world. Previous to moving up weight, Inoue was the World Boxing Organisation World Super Flyweight champion. Inoue defended his title a total of nine times and is undefeated in 16 fights.

We can see why Inoue is favourite to win the tournament: He impressed as a flyweight and made a big impact when he moved to bantamweight.

If you think the Japanese fighter will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at Ladbrokes.

 

Winning Odds:

Bet365 – 8/13

William Hill – 8/13

Ladbrokes – 4/6 – Best Odds.

 

Emmanuel Rodriguez

To Win: Emmanuel Rodriguez (Bet365 – 5/1)

Record: 18-0 (12 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 67%

Age: 26

Height: 5′ 6″

Reach:  66½″

Alias: Manny

Nationality: Puerto Rico

 

Form

In his last three fights he defeated Robinson Lavinanza (11-3-1) and Giovanni Delgado (16-5) before stepping up in class to face Paul Butler (26-1) for the vacant International Boxing Federation World Bantamweight title. Although Rodriguez was fighting away for home, he put on a dominant performance to win the title… and by some considerable distance as the judges’ cards read 108-118, 106-120 and 106-120.

The Butler win gives him lots of confidence and he could be the one to look out for in the tournament.

If you think the Puerto Rican will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at Ladbrokes.

 

 

Odds:

Bet365 – 5/1

William Hill – 5/1

Ladbrokes – 6/1 Best Odds

 

 

Ryan Burnett

To Win: Ryan Burnett (Bet365 – 11/2)

Record: 19-0 (9 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 47%

Age: 26

Height: 5′ 4″

Reach:  66″

Alias: N/A

Nationality: Northern Ireland

 

Form

Burnett has won the WBO European title, WBC International Bantamweight title, British title, IBF World Bantamweight Title and the WBA Super World Bantamweight Title – he is not shy of success and will look to continue that in the WBSS tournament.

He is currently undefeated at 19-0 and he could be the dark horse of the tournament. In his last three fights he has defeated Lee Haskins (34-3), Zhanat Zhakiyanov (27-1) and Yonfrez Parejo (21-2-1) by unanimous decision. If he gets past Nonito Donaire to reach the semi-finals he may come unstuck by his lack of power compared to the other contestants, but Burnett has a lot of heart and talent which could see him surprise a few at ringside.

If you think the Englishman will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at Bet365 as they offer the best odds.

 

Odds:

Bet365– 11/2  Best Odds

William Hill – 5/1

Ladbrokes – 9/2

 

Zolani Tete

To Win: Zolani Tete (Bet365 – 6/1)

Record: 27-3 (21 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 70%

Age: 30

Height: 5′ 9″

Reach:  72″

Alias: Last Born

Nationality: South Africa

 

Form

Tete is on an 11 win streak going into the tournament. Tete is currently the World Boxing Organisation World Bantamweight champion and he defends his belt in the tournament against Mikhail Aloyan.

In his last four fights he has picked up two titles. He stopped Victor Ruiz (21-5) to defend his IBF belt before winning by unanimous decision against Arthur Villanueva (30-1) to win the WBO’s interim title. He then stopped Siboniso Gonya (11-1) to become the WBO bantamweight champion. Tete defended his title successfully against Omar Andres Narvaez (48-2-2) and comes into the tournament as an underdog who might have a chance of springing a few upsets.

If you think the South African will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at William Hill or Bet365 at odds of 6/1.

 

Odds:

Bet365– 6/1 Best Odds

William Hill – 6/1 Best Odds

Ladbrokes – 4/1

 

Mikhail Aloyan

To Win: Mikhail Aloyan (Bet365 – 28/1)

Record: 4-0 (0 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 0%

Age: 30

Height: 5′ 4″

Reach:  N/A

Alias: N/A

Nationality: Russia

 

Form

Mikhail Aloyan comes into the tournament with the least amount of experience with four professional fights, four wins. He is a very surprising addition to the competition and not one who is likely to win it outright.

On his debut he faced Yader Cardoza (22-11-1), Aloyan won by unanimous decision over 10 rounds. Aloyan moved quickly to 2-0 by defeating Hermogenes Elizabeth Castillo (12-0) also by unanimous decision. His next two fights divided opinion as he defeated Marvin Solano (19-1) and Alexander Espinoza (15-9-2) by split decision.

If you think the Russian will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at Bet365 who are unbeatable at 28/1.

 

Odds:

Bet365– 28/1 Best Odds

William Hill – 20/1

Ladbrokes – 25/1

 

Nonito Donaire

To Win: Nonito Donaire (Bet365 – 33/1)

Record: 38-5 (24 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 56

Age: 35

Height: 5′ 7″

Reach:  68

Alias: The Filipino Flash

Nationality: Philippines

 

Form

The Filipino Flash’ may be 35-years-old but he remains a dangerous opposition and fighters will have to bring their A-game if they want to progress to the next round.

Donaire is past his best but put in a positive performance is his last fight which he lost against Carl Frampton (24-1) by unanimous decision. Donaire has won two and lost two in his last four fights. He lost to Carl Frampton, Jessie Magdaleno (23-0) and picked up wins against Zsolt Bedak (25-1) and Ruben Garcia Hernandez (22-2-1).

If you think the Philippean will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at either of the below bookmakers.

 

Odds:

Bet365– 33/1

William Hill – 33/1

Ladbrokes – 33/1

 

Juan Carlos Payano

To Win: Juan Carlos Payano (Bet365 – 50/1)

Record: 20-1(9 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 43%

Age: 34

Height: 5′ 5″

Reach:  64″

Alias: N/A

Nationality: Dominican Republic

 

Form

One of two fighters, who come into the tournament at odds of 50/1.  Payano is 34-years-old and the tournament is seen as his last chance to mix with the bantamweights top fighters. A loss could halt his bantamweight career or possibly end it.

In his last four fights he has lost one and won three. He fought and lost against Rau’shee Warren (13-1) by majority decision before stopping his next opponent Isao Gonzalo Carranza (15-7-1). Payano won his next two fights by unanimous decision against Alexis Santiago (21-4-1) and Mike Plania 14-0.

If you think the Dominican Republican will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at Bet365 or  William Hill who are offering fantastic odds if you decide to back the 34-year-old.

 

Odds:

Bet365– 50/1 Best Odds

William Hill – 50/1 Best Odds

Ladbrokes – 22/1

 

Jason Moloney

To Win: Jason Moloney (Bet365 – 50/1)

Record: 17-0 (14 KO’s)

Knockout percentage: 82%

Age: 27

Height: N/A

Reach:  N/A

Alias:  N/A

Nationality: Australia

 

Form

Moloney is the second fighter who comes into the tournament at 50/1. He is seen as a huge underdog but unlike Payano he has youth on his side and 82% KO percentage. If you are going to bet on an underdog who brings good odds then the Australian is the fighter for you.

In his last four fights Moloney defeated Lolito Sonsona (21-1-4) by unanimous decision to win the vacant OPBF title and defended his Oceania WBA title. He then stopped Julias Kisarawe (27-4-1) and Immanuel Naidjala (23-4-1) before defeating Kohei Kono (33-11-1).

If you think the Australian fighter will win the tournament we suggest opening an account at Bet365 or WilliamHill who are offering odds of 50/1.

 

Odds:

William Hill – 50/1

Bet365– 50/1

Ladbrokes – 25/1

 

World Boxing Super Series – Schedule

 

Fight: Naoya Inoue   v   Juan Carlos Payano

Date: 13th October

Venue: Ekaterinburg Expo, Ekaterinburg

 

Fight:   Zolani Tete   v   Mikhail Aloyan

Date: 13th October

Venue: Ekaterinburg Expo, Ekaterinburg

 

Fight: Emmanuel Rodriguez   v   Jason Moloney

Date: 20th October

Venue: CFE Arena, Orlando

 

Fight: Ryan Burnett   v   Nonito Donaire

Date: 3rd November

Venue: The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

 

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*** Note odds correct as of Oct. 4th 2018.

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