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Punters and sports fans know that when two men enter the boxing ring exciting things will happen, betting on boxing fights is one of the earliest and most natural forms of sports betting - choose from our expert-picked selection of the best online bookies. Terms & Conditions apply, click Bet Now for further information.

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Betting on Boxing

Boxing has long been one of the most popular sports for punters, with almost as much money brought in by the bookies as is paid to the fighters. With the outcome always on the line, there is nothing more exciting than following the fight with your betting slip in hand. Check out the chart above for the best bookies for boxing, or read on for more information about betting on the big fights.

Picking a bookie for boxing bets

Overall we need to make a decision over which bookmaker to use by looking at a combination of factors. The best price on offer for the bet we want to make should be our first port of call, then by comparing the welcome bonuses and special offers from the bookmakers offering the best prices we can find the ideal bookmaker for the big fight.

Betting on the favourite or the underdog

When we have favourites, with odds in the very small decimal places, there is going to be little profit made by backing them, unless we have extremely high amounts of cash to wager, and even then we have to ask ourselves: is it worth risking, no matter how small the risk, thousands of pounds of hard-earned money for the sake of the odd 20 or 30 quid we could get in return? For most of us the answer will be no, and so it is necessary in circumstances like this to be a bit more inventive and creative when placing wagers.

In general this simply means looking at some of the more detailed markets, such as choosing in what manner the favourite will win. In a boxing match this will mean choosing whether they will win by a decision or by a knockout, while even better prices can be gained by choosing the round in which a knockout will occur. If this situation came about in other sports we would simply adapt and choose a different method to find odds worth betting on. Take an international friendly between England and San Marino. There is little point in backing England to win at 1/50 on, however it can be fun to have a go at guessing the correct score at full time or half time, the first goalscorer, or we can look at handicaps in either direction.

On the other hand, there is a reason why bookies take bets in these matches, and it is because every once in a while underdog comes through in a blaze of glory - think Bradford vs Chelsea in the FA Cup last season, or Greece in the 2004 European Championships. Betting on the underdog might mean many more days spent losing than winning, but those wins will be so large and pleasantly surprising that it could be seen as the better way to go in comparison to staking large amounts of money for a minimal return, and with the potential for massive losses.

Overall, when faced with a David vs Goliath encounter, we just need to look in more detail about the finer points of the match and bet accordingly, looking at the more unusual markets which sometimes go unnoticed when the sides, players or fighters are more closely matched. Betting on these markets can make even the most one-sided of contests still hold excitement for the viewer and the punter.