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Pacquiao-Clottey Fight Odds Even More Lopsided
With the Pacquiao-Clottey fight just one month away, oddsmakers continue to readjust the line in favor of Pacquiao in a very big way.
Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey odds were as follows based on Gambling911.com's latest monitoring:
Manny Pacquiao -500 vs. Joshua Clottey +350 at Sportsbetting.com.
Pacquiao -440 vs. Clottey +350 at Bookmaker.com
Pacquiao -556 vs. Clottey +300 at SportsInteraction.com
This is widely anticipated to be a very lopsided affair, especially in view of Clottey not being able to make full use of his training regimen.
What's worse? The snow storm that's kept him indoors or a trainer that can't get into the country?
Rene Bonsubre Jr., Cebu Daily News
"Clottey is based in New York which was smothered with 10 to 16 inches (25 to 40 centimeters) of snow a couple of days ago. This obviously will make the challenger stay indoors and unable to do roadwork. To add insult to injury, his trainer of choice, Godwin Dzainie Kotey has yet to be granted an American visa and still cannot join the former world champion in training."
"While Pacquiao seems like a ‘lock', it's tough to pay such a steep price," Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com suggests.
The best odds on Pacquiao were at Bookmaker.com where one would have to wager a whopping $880 just to win $200.
"It might be worth it," Shapiro adds.
And the price, it may go up further, especially if Clottey's trainer's woes continue and more snow hits the big Apple.
Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com
Submitted by Tyrone Black on Fri, 02/12/2010 - 21:48