Conor Benn is heavily favored to defeat Adrian Granados on Saturday, July 31 in Essex, United Kingdom. Benn is unbeaten in his career at 18-0 and has 12 knockouts, while Granados is 21-8-3 and he has 15 knockouts. This fight can be seen on DAZN and Benn is not expected to have much trouble against Granados. Benn continues to move up the welterweight ranks and is inside the Top 10, while Granados has hopes of getting back into the Top 10 with a win. Let’s look at Benn vs. Granados and boxing picks.
This fight will take place on DAZN with the main card slated to start at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 31, 2021.
When: Saturday, July 31, 2021
Where: Matchroom Fight Camp, Essex, United Kingdom
Why: Welterweight Bout
Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados Betting Odds
Conor Benn -2253
Adrian Granados +925
As the fight nears, there will be decision betting too. You will be able to bet on whether the fight is decided by KO, TKO, or decision, and you can bet on which boxer will win the fight in that fashion as well and another option will be to bet the rounds to go over or under the total.
Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados Preview
Benn is younger, but he has less experience, as Granados has fought 14 more times. Granados made his debut in 2008, while Benn debuted in 2016. Benn is coming off a TKO first round win against Samuel Vargas in April, while Granados lost his last fight to Robert Easter Jr. in October of 2019.
Benn is looking at this fight against Granados as another one on the path to a title shot. Benn still hasn’t faced a ton of tough opposition and it is questionable whether Granados is tough enough. “Adrian Granados, I hope he brings it because I would love to demonstrate more work than the [Samuel] Vargas fight,” said Conor Benn to the media, “I’m not complaining.” Benn is aware that Granados views this as his last chance. “Say that this is his last chance,” said Benn to the media, “This is the biggest platform, to get ranked by every governing body, he surely knows he’ll be coming out to throw the kitchen sink at me. But then again, you know what I’m doing. He can do what he wants. I’m not worried about what he’s doing. I don’t care what he brings. Bring the heat. Bring whatever you bring, and I’ll figure you out relatively quickly.”
Granados said to the media that he is well prepared for Benn. “I understand what he’s trying to do. He’s going to dismantle me, whatever talking all that tough talk. He doesn’t know where I’ve come from, and he doesn’t know what I’ve been through, and that’s why I’m not worried about what he’s doing or what he’s saying either. Whatever Conor Benn wants to come with. If he wants to box, we can box. If he wants to bang, we can bang. I’ve been in there with some of the best, and now it’s time for me to get a big win over one of the best, so that’s what I plan on doing, and I’m excited.”
The boxing betting odds heavily favor Benn in this fight and it is hard to argue. Granados has shown nothing of late to make anyone think he can beat a good fighter. The price is too high to take Benn, but there may be some options available on Benn to win by knockout and for Benn to win inside the distance. Benn needs a good KO win to impress the matchmakers. A decision win against Granados isn’t going to do anything for Benn in terms of getting him a big fight in the future.
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