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Jaime Munguia vs. Patrick Allotey Betting
On September 14, 2019, the World Boxing Organization Junior Middleweight Title will be up for grabs when Jaime Munguia puts the strap on the line against Patrick Allotey. Munguia enters the fight undefeated with a 33-0 record (26 KOs), while Allotey is 40-3 (30 KOs). This will be Munguia’s fifth title defense since beating Sadam Ali for the belt in Verona, New York back in May 2018, and he is looking for a more convincing performance than we saw the last time he was in the ring. DAZN will be the exclusive carrier of this fight.
When: Saturday, September 14th, 2019
Where: Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California
Why: WBO Junior Middleweight Title
Jaime Munguia vs. Patrick Allotey Betting Odds
There have yet to be boxing betting odds released for this bout, but Jaime Munguia is expected to be a sizable favorite. He has yet to lose in 33 bouts, and he will be facing a 28-year old boxer that is participating in his first title fight.
The current boxing odds are not yet available but please check back later. Should Jaime Munguia be listed as the boxing favorite at a price of -500, it simply means that you would bet $500 to win $100. If Patrick Allotey is this fight’s underdog, at a price of +400 it means that for every $100 bet you will win $400.
WBO Junior Middleweight Championship
Patrick “Sweet Arrow” Allotey has yet to fight this year. He was slated to fight against Eric Kapia in his native Ghana on August 10, but the fight was cancelled the day of the bout due to unspecified health issues.
Coming into this fight, Allotey has won six straight matches. All those fights have been in Ghana though, and only the wins over Badru Lusambya and Sherif Kasongo are noteworthy. Outside of his home country, he has not fared well. The last time he left Ghana, he took on Kanat Islam in Kazakhstan and lost a unanimous decision.
In fact, while Allotey is 39-0 inside Ghana, he is just 1-3 when travelling abroad. He defeated Patrick Bogere by TKO in Stockholm in his first international fight, but he has lost his last three cards. Allotey lost by TKO to Charles Manyuchi in Zambia in March 2014, and he next fought Patrick Teixeira in his lone fight in America in 2015. He was knocked out by the undefeated Teixeira in the second round.
Jaime Munguia is the next great Mexican fighter. Munguia has made no secret of the fact that he wants a shot at countryman Canelo Alvarez, and he has pummeled almost everyone in his path so far. He was tabbed to box against Gennady Golovkin last summer after Alvarez was forced to pull out of a rematch with Alvarez due to two failed drug tests, but the Nevada State Athletic Commission declared him too inexperienced and refused to sanction the fight.
Munguia has kept grinding away with bigger and bigger fights, and it’s only a matter of time before he gets a shot at one of boxing’s elite talents at this point. However, Dennis Hogan gave him his toughest test yet in April. One of the three judges scored Hogan the winner in the only fight that Munguia has won by split decision.
This will be an incredibly important fight for Munguia in more ways than one. He is fighting on Mexican Independence Day, and much of the country is sure to watch one of their up and coming legends in action. In the past, the day has largely been reserved for Canelo Alvarez, but he is taking the holiday off.
Total Rounds Betting
The fight is scheduled for 12 rounds. Total betting rounds odds will be available soon so be sure to check back. Total betting rounds odds is a wager on how long the fight will last. Let’s say if the total rounds betting line is Over 10.5 Rounds ( -200 ), that means that if you think the fight is going to go to at least 11 rounds for you to win your bet you would need to bet $200 to win $100. Conversely if you wager Under 10.5 Rounds ( +150 ), would mean you would need to risk $100 to win $150. As long as the fight did not go past 10 rounds. you would win the under.
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