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BetOnline to Sponsor a Canelo Fight This Weekend

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/05/2021

BetOnline is once again sponsoring a Canelo Alvarez fight, and they have created and activated props for the following bouts this weekend:

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  • Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders – 12 Rounds for the WBC, WBA and WBO Super Middleweight Titles
  • Soto vs Takayama – 12 Roinds for the WBO Junior Flyweight Title
  • Conway vs Cissokho – 10 Rounds Junior Middleweights
  • Sanchez vs Aguilera – 8 Rounds Heavyweights
  • Davis vs Meza – 6 Rounds Lightweights
  • Smith vs Kurbanov – 12 Rounds Junior Middleweights

For the Canelo fight, we have created some extra Knockdown props and will add exotics such as will a fighter land on the BetOnline mat logo later this week.

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