There is no rest for the wicked in the boxing world, as we head to San Antonio, USA and Coventry, UK for an 8/1 Double.
DAZN have pulled together a cracking card of fights across the pond featuring some of the sports less glamorous “little guys” but, like this Acca, they are guaranteed to still pack a punch.
And if that wasn’t enough, we head to Coventry to see the return of one of Britain’s most exciting and unpredictable fighters, Sam Eggington, attempting to get his hands on an IBO title at super-welterweight.
Check out the legs here to freebets.com’s 8/1 Boxing Double:
Sam Eggington to beat Przemysław Zysk by KO, TKO or Disqualification
Sam Eggington has made the Coventry Skydome his home in recent fights, going unbeaten in his last three since a hard-fought loss to Ted Cheeseman in an omelette-style clash in 2020.
Unbelievably, Eggington is still only 28, although he has a ring age far higher than that due to the wars he has been in since turning pro in 2012.
He has managed to climb the IBO rankings and has been offered the chance to fight unheralded and unknown Przemyslaw Zysk for the IBO’s vacant title this weekend.
The Pole may own a glittering record of 18-0, but without fighting outside of Poland, and never in a 12-rounder, it’s easy to argue the win for the experienced “Savage” on Saturday.
Eggington isn’t pretty in the ring, but is willing to bite down on his gum shield and throw leather.
We are expecting the pressure on the Pole to tell towards the middle-late rounds, as Eggington chalks up the 19th stoppage win of his career.
Wisaksil Wangek (Srisaket Sor Rungvisai) to beat Jesse Rodriguez
Wisaksil Wangek (Srisaket Sor Rungvisai) is a 7/2 underdog in this fight against 22-year-old world champion Jesse Rodriguez – a price that we are banking on being far too high.
Sor Rungvisai is a former world champion at 115-pounds and has some fantastic wins under his belt since breaking onto the scene in 2017, beating the legendary Roman Gonzalez in back-to-back fights.
“Bam” Rodriguez may well be 13 years the junior of the Thai fighter – and the youngest world champion in the sport – but he is still pretty new to the super-flyweight division having only fought once at 115 previously.
Sor Rungvisai is a massive guy at the weight and is a hellacious puncher when he finds the target.
We aren’t underestimating the skill and potential of Rodriguez, but at 10/3 SSR is worth throwing into the mix of this Acca to boost the odds.
* Betting odds correct at the time of writing. All odds are subject to changes.