Khan vs. Collazo & Mayweather vs. Maidana Betting Odds:
This weekend there’s a huge slate of boxing action, highlighted of course by Floyd Mayweather’s “The Moment” pay-per-view showdown against Marcos Maidana. Right here, we’ll take a look at all of the latest betting odds and lines for the Mayweather vs. Madiana fight, as well as the undercard fights and more.
Keep in mind that from one site to another, there may be different odds available, as well as other potential perks or opportunities. The good news is that reviews can be compared before you place any wagers, and with a busy boxing schedule coming up, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Mayweather vs. Maidana Betting Odds
Mayweather vs. Maidana is the biggest fight on the calendar right now, of course. Here are the latest odds:
- Floyd Mayweather: -1000
- Marcos Maidana: +600
Over/Unders & Prop Bets
Over Rounds: 9½
Over Rounds: 11½
Over Rounds: 7½
Does the fight go to a decision?
- Yes (Fight goes the distance) -220
- No (Fight does not go the distance) +160
How does the fight end?
- Mayweather by KO, TKO or DQ +200
- Mayweather by Decision -200
- Maidana by KO, TKO or DQ +850
- Maidana by Decision +1500
- Draw +2500
There are even more options beyond all of the above as well. This includes individual rounds for stoppages, and a wider selection of over/under bets as well.
Mayweather is obviously the big favorite. However, if you think Maidana’s power and recent momentum can win him the bout, then there are many different potential opportunities and favorable odds you can jump on here.
Another potentially intriguing option is Mayweather at +850 for scoring a stoppage.
Khan vs. Collazo Betting Odds
- Amir Khan: – 250
- Luis Collazo: +195
The odds for this one are much different than they would have been a year or two ago, with Khan’s recent struggles and inactivity, and Collazo’s recent win over Ortiz. Still, Khan is a classy boxer and is going up against a guy who doesn’t have the one-punch power to really scare him off, despite that quick KO of Victor Ortiz.
Khan has a lot to prove in this one, and you should expect him to look good, although Collazo will have his moments. He’s a difficult match-up with his reach, and the southpaw stance.
- Adrien Broner: -2500
- Carlos Molina: +1000
The odds tell you everything you need to know about this one. Unless Broner is entirely unfocused and out of shape, or permanently wrecked from the Maidana fight, he’ll win this one without issue.
- J’Leon Love: -135
- Marco Antonio Periban: +105
This depends upon how highly you rate J’Leon Love. While some peg him as a potential superstar, others have seen him not perform at the best level in his biggest fights thus far. This is a big opportunity for each man, and Periban is a tough, underrated guy. If Love is at his best though, he has more than enough skill to win this fight.