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Terence Crawford vs. Egidijus Kavaliauskas Betting
No matter the weight class, Terence Crawford has reigned supreme throughout his career. The WBO Welterweight champion has continued to dominate since rising from first Lightweight and then Light Welterweight. Crawford (35-0 with 26 knockouts) will be the centerpiece of one of the last big fights of the calendar year on December 14 when he faces Egidijus Kavaliauskas (21-0-1 with 17 knockouts) in historic Madison Square Garden.
This is the headline fight on a loaded card that will also feature Richard Comney taking on Teofimo Lopez and Michael Conlan facing Vladimir Nikitin. These bouts will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus with the undercard getting underway at 6 p.m. ET. The main event will begin at approximately 9 p.m. ET with Crawford and Kavaliauskas expected to enter the ring around 11 p.m. ET.
When: Saturday, December 14th, 2019
Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
Why: WBO Welterweight title
Terence Crawford vs. Egidijus Kavaliauskas Betting Odds
Terence Crawford -2085
Egidijus Kavaliauskas +893
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Crawford’s impressive history has made him a massive favorite per the boxing betting odds over Kavaliauskas on Saturday night. He has won his last six fights by knockout, and more of the same will be expected against unbeaten Kavaliauskas.
To those unfamiliar with betting on boxing, these odds mean that you would have to lay a significant chunk of change on Crawford for a minimal return. Wagering $2085 on Crawford would return $100 profit, but you could be in for a huge payday if you bet on Kavaliauskas. A $100 wager on the challenger would return $893 if he were to pull off the upset.
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.
Terence Crawford vs. Egidijus Kavaliauskas Preview
Terence Crawford has been one of the best boxers in the world for the last five years. Crawford has held titles in three separate classes, and he has been a champion since March 2014.
The 32-year-old began his career in March 2008. He knocked out Brian Cummings in just 26 seconds in his first fight, giving the small crowd a preview of the powerful fighter he was to become. He continued to win easily and brought his record to 22-0 before his first major title fight in March 2014. In Glasgow, Scotland, he beat Ricky Burns by unanimous decision to win the WBO Lightweight title launching his career into the stratosphere.
Crawford dominated the division so thoroughly that he quickly moved up to Light Welterweight. He bested Viktor Postol in July 2016 to become the WBC and WBO Light Welterweight champion, and he unified the title in August 2017 when he knocked out Julius Indongo in three rounds. Crawford beat Jeff Horn by TKO in the ninth round last summer to become the WBO Welterweight champion, and he has successfully defended his belt twice, winning both those fights by TKO as well.
Kavaliauskas made his professional debut in March 2013. He won his first fight by decision, but the next 11 wins were by knockout. The Lithuanian continued to impress and climbed the ladder until September 2017, when he received his first title shot. He took on Mahonri Montes for the NABF Welterweight title and won that belt by TKO in the seventh rounds.
He has continued to fight well, and after two title defenses, he faced Roberto Arriaza for the WBO Intercontinental Welterweight belt in November 2018. He won that fight by knockout in the third round, but he was stunned in his last fight in March. The unheralded Ray Robinson fought him to a draw, giving Kavaliauskas the first blemish of his career.
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