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Weekend Boxing Acca: 18/1 Shot including Golovkin, Mayer & Fundora

We’re eyeing up the stoppages this weekend as we piece together a treble of knockout wins across the boxing landscape.

Fights from Japan, California and Las Vegas grab our attention on Saturday with the return of Gennady Golovkin writing most of the boxing headlines.

But we’ve also squeezed out some value in Mikaela Mayer’s latest title defence, as well as Sebastian Fundora’s shot at the WBC interim title in the 154lbs division.

Check out the legs here in this 18/1 Acca with bet365:

  1. Sebastian Fundora to beat Erickson Lubin by KO, TKO or Disqualification at 3/1 with bet365*

“The Towering Inferno” Sebastian Fundora stands at 6ft 6in tall and still makes the 154lbs division with ease.

This usually puts the Coachella fighter at an 8-9 inch advantage over his super-welterweight opposition and it’s something that the 24-year-old has taken full advantage of in his career so far.

Interestingly, Fundora opts for inside fighting despite his overwhelming reach, and has won a majority of his recent outings by trading in the middle of the ring.

We caught up with Fundora this week who is looking to add the experienced Erickson Lubin to his list of victims this weekend.

“If he’s willing to meet me in the middle of the ring then that’s my game,” he told “I don’t know whether he’s going to want to come into the spider’s web, though. I don’t believe anyone in this division can keep up with my pace and my punch output.”

“All I know is that we are getting the win this weekend. Talk is cheap, and I am looking forward to a great fight and moving up a level.”

We can’t ignore 3/1 in this acca for Fundora to stop his man this weekend, especially considering Lubin has previous by losing via first round KO to Jermell Charlo in 2017.

2. Gennady Golovkin to beat Ryota Murata by KO, TKO or Disqualification (8/13 at bet365*)

The feared Kazakh Gennady Golovkin is making his first outing since December 2020 against the tricky Ryota Murata.

We head to Japan for this WBA and IBF middleweight title fight, with Murata enjoying home comforts inside the Super Arena, Saitama.

Golovkin will be celebrating his 40th birthday on the eve of this contest and still owns a marvellous record of 41-1-1 – the only two blemishes coming at the hands of pound-for-pound king Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.

A win for Golovkin here would set up the trilogy fight with the Mexican – something that GGG has insisted on for a couple of years now – and we’re not expecting him to slip up against Murata.

They say in boxing that your power is the very last thing to go, and GGG still has plenty of fire in those hands and is capable of punishing his Japanese opponent.

A Golovkin stoppage – to add to the 36 throughout his career – looks a decent option.

3. Mikaela Mayer to beat Jennifer Han by KO, TKO or Disqualification at 2/1 bet365*

Mikaela Mayer is rightly a huge favourite to successfully defend her super-featherweight world titles against Jennifer Han this weekend – a fighter who has dropped four losses throughout her career.

Han is also on the wrong side of 38 and is expected to be outworked and outthought by the talented Olympian, Mayer.

Mayer isn’t known for her concussive power, but at 2/1 we’re banking on the 16-0 champion laying down a marker in California.

Han will have been paid handsomely for this contest and may crumble at the first signs of pressure from Mayer.

You can put those into a treble which is currently available at odds of 18/1 with bet365.*

* Boxing odds quoted correct at the time of writing. All odds are subject to changes.

Lewis Watson

Lewis Watson

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