Boxing: Gvozdyk vs Beterbiev Odds and Prediction


Boxing: Gvozdyk vs Beterbiev Odds and Prediction

Two of those four leading light names are set to be merged in the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 18. Undefeated OleksandrThe Nail Gvozdyk is making his second WBC and lineal light heavyweight names defense, while also-undefeated Artur Beterbiev defends his IBF light heavyweight strap for the third time. Even the Ukraine native, Gvozdyk, is now a -125 favored with the Russian, Beterbiev.
This is actually the third time in??the last four fights of Gvozdyk he was favored by less than -250. The two previous bouts were against Isaac Chilemba and Adonis Stevenson and both ended by knockout. This is the first time Beterbiev has been an underdog, as his nearest chances were -500 once he battled Radivoje Klajdzic a struggle which ended with a fifth-round knockout, in May.
The 2012 Olympic bronze medalist, Gvozdyk, is rarely caught out of position, moving around the ring searching to let his hands go. He does with 14 of his 17 professional wins ending by knockout Whenever the Ukraine native finds his opportunities to land . If he won both the WBC and lineal light belts in the 11th round against Adonis Stevenson his devastating knockout may come last December. That fight could be the last for Stevenson as he had been put into a medically induced??coma on the following Monday and was in this condition for several weeks.
Maybe matching Gvozdyk in punching power is Beterbiev. Only one of his 14 specialist battles has??made it beyond the seventh round and all have ended by knockout. When he decides to attack the Russia native is competitive. Rarely does 1 punch throw at one time, rather??he basically bull-rushes his foe with a flurry and sets up his opportunity.
Both men have conditioning but go about their struggles in different ways. Beterbiev is like a pitbull, marching down his opponents while looking to get into a telephone booth and exchange hands. Hes ready to consume a few shots when it means that he could land.
Gvozdyk is a tech, moving like a cat quickly from risk, while keeping range together with his jabs and straights. That said, if he smells blood in the water, he even moves on a attack. The issue for this struggle is will Beterbiev be able to corner Gvozdyk, or is the Ukrainian footwork going to help keep him protected?
Curious as of October 16

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