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Carl Frampton vs. Tyler McCreary Betting
After almost a year away from the ring, Carl Frampton will return to action and look to prove that he is still one of the best super featherweights in the business. Frampton (26-2 with 15 knockouts) will take on Tyler McCreary (16-0-1 with seven knockouts) in a bout to determine the top contender in the division on November 30 in Las Vegas. This fight is sure to be explosive, and it headlines a card that will be broadcast on BT Sport and ESPN Plus with coverage starting at 8 p.m. ET.
When: Saturday, November 30th, 2019
Where: The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, Nevada
Why: WBA Welterweight Championship
Carl Frampton vs. Tyler McCreary Betting Odds
Carl Frampton -3300
Tyler McCreary +1200
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Frampton is a massive favorite to win this fight by the boxing betting odds. The 2016 Fighter of the Year is one of the most recognizable names among the lower weight divisions, and he is considered one of the best pound for pound boxers in the sport today.
To those unfamiliar with betting on boxing, you would need to bet $3300 on Frampton to win $100 at these boxing odds. That’s a lot of risk for not much return, but if you like the underdog, you can make a huge profit. A $100 bet on McCreary would win $1200 with these boxing betting odds.
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.
WBA Welterweight Championship
Carl “The Jackal” Frampton has been a professional boxer for over 10 years. He won his first nine bouts in less than six rounds, and six of those nine victories came by knockout. Frampton didn’t face his first real test until he went 10 rounds with Robbie Turley and won by unanimous decision, but he won his next three fights by knockout before going the distance with Raul Hirales Jr.
Frampton earned his first major strap in September 2014 when he beat Kiko Martinez in 12 rounds for the IBF Super Bantamweight Title. He defended that title twice before taking on Scott Quigg in a unification bout and won a split decision over Quigg in his toughest bout yet. That led to Frampton going up a weight class to face Leo Santa Cruz for the WBA Super Featherweight Title, where he won a mixed decision to earn the belt and win Fighter of the Year honors.
His title reign didn’t last long as Santa Cruz beat him by mixed decision in the rematch six months later, and Frampton won his next three fights before facing No. 1 featherweight Josh Warrington in an epic bout last December. Warrington won by unanimous decision, but it was one of the best fights of the year.
Tyler “Golden Child” McCreary is largely here because Jay Z’s Roc Nation manages the young fighter, and they are throwing their hat into the boxing ring. McCreary is undefeated, but he has not been particularly impressive in his short career. He beat up on tomato cans in his first 12 fights before finally facing real competition three years ago.
McCreary’s last two fights weren’t great as he fought 23-11-1 Roberto Castaneda to a draw in March, and he won a split decision over Jessie Cris Rosales back in July for this opportunity. He is widely expected to lose this bout in a one-sided manner.
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