Sports bettors & boxing fans would have loved to see Floyd Mayweather & Manny Pacquiao get in the ring five years ago. Will there still be enough interest in the boxing odds?
The highly anticipated and long overdue super-fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather is looming and below we discuss why Pacquiao is the right choice to include in your boxing picks when history is made on May 2nd in Sin City.
Ronda Rousey continues to prove that the women's bantamweight division in the UFC is no match for her. So if other females can't beat Rousey, how crazy of an idea is it to organize a fight between her and a man? Let's analyze it.
Fresh off an easy victory over Bernard Hopkins, the great Sergey Kovalev is a heavy –700 favorite on the boxing odds board for his light heavyweight title fight against Jean Pascal later this month.
After Ronda Rousey made Cat Zingano tap out in 14 seconds, it doesn’t look like there’s anyone left in the UFC for her to fight. But there is one fighter out there who might be a solid MMA pick down the road.
If the superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao is going to be among the biggest one-day events in sports betting history, then we need some Super Bowl-style props mixed into our boxing odds.
The odds don’t look too good for Manny Pacquiao in May’s superfight with Floyd Mayweather. But we’ll give you five good reasons why Pac-Man might bring more betting value for your boxing picks.
Another dirty test came back to rankle UFC executives when Anderson Silva tested positive after his victorious return to the Octagon last month but the machine keeps chugging along as we preview some important matches to include in our upcoming UFC picks.
Even though this Saturday’s UFC 184 card has been hit with injuries, fans in Los Angeles still get to see some pretty good fights. There might even be some bargains with the MMA odds for the undercard.
The UFC has been plagued by rumors as well as substantiated allegations of PED use in its organization. Will the UFC weather the storm and what does the future hold for the organization and our UFC picks?