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Weekend 8/1 Boxing Acca - Saturday 30th July

Big Boxing Acca: 8/1, featuring Danny Garcia, Chris Billam-Smith and Adam Kownacki


Our freebets.com Big Boxing Acca is back this weekend with a real tempter weighing in at 8/1.

This treble sees us dart from Bournemouth to Brooklyn in the wee hours of Sunday morning, as Danny Garcia ventures up to pastures new in the 154lb division.

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Freebets Weekend 8/1 Boxing Acca

Lewis Watson picks out three fighters to combine for an 8/1 bet

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At 8/1 a £10 bet would return £90

Check out the legs here to a freebets.com 8/1 Boxing Acca:

Chris Billam-Smith to beat Isaac Chamberlain by Decision/Technical Decision

Both CBS and Chamberlain have shown impressive grit and determination to build back after early career setbacks.

Richard Riakporhe and Lawrence Okolie took the “0s” of both guys across 2018 and 2019, but with a combined 11 wins each since, Billam-Smith and Chamberlain are both a win away from throwing their name into the conversation at world level in the cruiserweight division.

Chamberlain is used to being the away fighter and will have to overcome a CBS-heavy crown in Bournemouth.

The Brixton fighter has ended the argument in the opening round across his last three fights and will potentially be concerned in the step up in quality that CBS will provide him; Billam-Smith may have gone the distance in three of his last four, but has registered two impressive wins over Tommy McCarthy.

Under the watchful eye of trainer Shane McGuigan, Chris Billam-Smith is really growing into a threat at the 200lb limit. Chamberlain is, too, improving, but we’re edging towards the size of the home fighter and the technical schooling that he has developed over the past few years.

Danny Garcia to beat Jose Benavidez by Decision/Technical Decision

Danny Garcia is jumping up to the junior-middleweight division after escaping welterweight waters.

“Swift” has only tasted defeat at the very top of the boxing tree to Shawn Porter, Keith Thurman and Errol Spence, and a relatively straight-forward debut at 154lb against Jose Benavidez is just the tonic.

After easing to a 27-0 record, Benavidez has lost to Terence Crawford and drawn with Francisco Torres in his last two outings, not recording a win since 2018.

He has also campaigned south of 154 for a majority of his career, so this is expected to be a nice “easing in” for Garcia at the new weight.

Benavidez’s lack of activity over the last few years is a big concern coming into this weekend’s fight and Garcia should be able to rack up the rounds without too much concern.

Adam Kownacki to beat Ali Eren Demirezen

This is where we squeeze the value into our Acca.

Adam Kownacki is priced up as the underdog in front of his home faithful in Brooklyn, due to the back-to-back defeats that “Baby Face” has endured at the hands of giant Robert Helenius.

Sometimes in boxing, someone just has your number, and we believe Kownacki is young and talented enough to bounce back against a guy that isn’t exactly a world-beater.

Kownacki still has aspirations of becoming Poland’s first heavyweight title holder – via Brooklyn – and will have to tap into some of the form that saw him run 20-0 against the likes of Chris Arreola, Charles Martin, Artur Szpilka and Gerald Washington.

Ali Eren Demirezen is 16-1 and has jumped around Europe, with two pit stops in the USA, en route to this record.

Kownacki has the experience over the distance and if he doesn’t get chinned should be able to return to winning ways.

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Boxing Weekend Acca

Freebets Weekend 8/1 Boxing Acca

Lewis Watson picks out three fighters to combine for an 8/1 bet

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At 8/1 a £10 bet would return £90

Lewis Watson

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