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Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo Betting
Two seasoned fighters will square off in Kern County on Saturday, September 21, when Peter ‘Kid Chocolate’ Quillin squares off against Alfredo ‘El Perro’ Angulo. Quillin (34-1-1) is 36 years old, and the former WBO middleweight champion of the world is looking to prove he still has it. Meanwhile, Angulo (25-7) is 37 years old, and he knows he doesn’t have many premier fights left due to his age and aggressive style. The former WBO junior middleweight champion is out for one more shot at glory.
When: Saturday, September 21st, 2019
Where: Rabobank Theater, Bakersfield, California
Why: Super Middleweight Fight
Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo Betting Odds
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There have yet to be any boxing betting odds released for this match yet. Quillin is expected to be favored according to people who bet on boxing though, as he has the better record and was a world champion more recently than his opponent.
To those unfamiliar with betting on boxing, if Quillin opened as a -500 favorite that means you would have to wager $500 on Quillin to win $100. If you think that Angulo has a chance to pull off the upset as an underdog, and he has odds of +400, that would mean a $100 bet on Angulo would return a $400 profit.
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.
Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo Preview
Quillin was born in Chicago, but he began his boxing career in the Big Apple. He gained a reputation as an up and comer in the mid-2000s, and he went 27-0 in his first seven years as a professional to earn a shot at the title. In October 2012, he defeated Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam at the Barclays Center to win the WBO Middleweight title, winning the fight by unanimous decision.
He defeated Fernando Guerrero by TKO in the seventh round in his first title defense, and he followed that up with a TKO win in the tenth round over Gabriel Rosado six months later. Quillin defended his strap for a third time against Lukas Konecny, but then he vacated the belt after refusing to fight mandatory challenger Matt Korobov.
His next fight didn’t occur until April 2015, and Quillin suffered a setback by fighting to a draw against Andy Lee. He followed that up with a knockout of Michael Zerafa to set up a title bout with Daniel Jacobs, but he was stunned with a first round TKO. It was the first loss of his career, and Quillin didn’t box for almost two years afterwards.
Quillin beat Dashon Johnson by unanimous decision in his return to the ring, and then he defeated J’Leon Love by unanimous decision in August 2018. His last fight was against Caleb Truax back in April, and it was declared a no contest after an accidental head butt left Truax cut.
Angulo is known as a heavy hitter, and his fights typically don’t last until the final bell. A whopping 75 percent of El Perro’s fights have been decided by knockout during his career, but perhaps he might be losing some of his famed power in his age. Three of his last six fights have ended in decisions.
Angulo has been a marginal boxer over the last eight years. He was 17-1 when he won the vacant WBO Light Middleweight title in 2009, and he had three successful title defenses. Angulo won the last two of those defenses with first round knockouts, but then he lost by TKO to James Kirkland in the sixth round in November 2011.
He rebounded to win his next two fights, but he was defeated by TKO against Erislandy Lira in June 2013 to move to 22-3 in his career. Angulo is just 5-4 since that defeat. He knocked out Evert Bravo in the second round of his last fight back in April of this year.
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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