Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan: Boxing Prop Bets & Odds
Online sportsbooks have released over two dozen boxing prop bets on tonight's Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Amir "King" Khan PPV event.
SBR has listed these prop bets on Alvarez vs. Khan in the boxing odds directory.
The fight is the first boxing attraction at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The boxing odds on Canelo Alvarez have gotten 12 cents shorter (from -498 to -510) since Friday's weigh-in.
Online sportsbooks have set Canelo vs. Khan going the 12 round distance as an average of +185, meaning that a $100 wager returns $185 in profit.
Canelo vs. Khan: 12 Round Decision
Khan to win by a 12 round decision pays an average of +500. Canelo to win by 12 round decision pays +440.
Canelo vs. Khan: Knocked Down or Out
One interesting market is whether or not Amir Khan will be knocked down or out during the course of the bout - the odds are set at -300, meaning that a $300 wager returns $100 in profit.
Alvarez being knocked down or out by the naturally smaller Amir Khan is a relative long shot at +500.
Both fighters suffering a knockdown returns 13 to 1.
Alvarez to win by KO only
Canelo Alvarez to win by KO only (excludes TKO or DQ) returns +600.
Khan to win by KO
Khan to win by way of KO only (excludes TKO or DQ) returns +7500.
According to the wagering consensus data at SBR Odds, 58.5% of bettors have wagered on underdog Amir Khan, a Pakistani hailing from the UK, though a ton of money is expected to continue to flood in until fight-time from Alvarez' loyal Mexican fan base.
SBR's Peter Loshak interviewed former professional prize-fighter and current sports writer for ESPN2News.com Brad Marchetti on the bout. For predictions on the bout, visit SBR Picks.