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You’ll struggle to find anyone completing the air miles that we are planning this weekend.
There’s boxing action in Paris, Sydney and Liverpool and we hop from country to country pulling together this weekend’s ‘Big Boxing Acca’ bet.
Check out the legs here in this 11/1 shot focusing on all bouts going the distance!
Tony Yoka to beat Carlos Takam by Decision/Technical Decision (10pm Saturday UK time)
Tony Yoka is looking for a bounce-back performance in Paris following a shock loss to Martin Bakole at the end of last year.
The Frenchman, and former Olympic gold medalist, was building steadily in the heavyweight division until the Scotland-based Congolese fighter derailed all progression via a bruising majority decision.
His opponent this weekend is the durable and well-school Carlos Takam who has mixed it with a who’s who of the heavyweight division over his 18 years as a pro.
Takam is 4-4 in his last eight fights and has been stopped four times in his career before.
But Yoka isn’t a huge puncher so a lopsided decision victory on home soil looks likely for the “Artist”.
Tim Tszyu to beat Tony Harrison by Decision/Technical Decision (4am Sunday UK time)
Tim Tszyu is building into a real threat in the junior middleweight division.
The son of former junior welterweight king, Kostya Tszyu, is 21-0 and has earned himself a shot at the WBO interim title in the 154-pound division.
You could argue that the youngster didn’t need to accept a fight from such a wiley and experienced operator in Tony Harrison, but here we are touching down for fight night in Sydney.
Harrison is a former world champion but has suffered from inactivity since his third career defeat to Jermell Charlo in 2019.
He has one win and one draw across 2021 and 2022 but against opposition well below Tszyu.
In front of a home crowd we can’t see past a Tszyu decision win. Harrison is wise enough to limit any damage taken and hear the final bell.
Robbie Davies Jr. to beat Darragh Foley by Decision/Technical Decision (10pm Saturday UK time)
Darragh Foley is a late-replacement for Robbie Davies Jr. who will be looking forward to getting out in front of a home crowd in Liverpool.
And as with all late-replacements… we aren’t expecting too much from the Irish-Australian.
Davies Jr. is edging towards bigger accolades in the junior welterweight division but will have to look more convincing against Foley than he did in his last win over Javier Molina.
We think he will win, but there might be a couple of scares along the way against a hungry contender looking to make a name for himself.
* Betting odds correct at the time of publication. All odds are subject to changes.
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