Cotto Pacquiao Fight Odds (Updated)

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/13/2009

Cotto Pacquiao fight odds continue to be updated so lock them in here at BetUS.com to take advantage of the current (and sometimes BEST) odds available.  Be sure to mention bonus code GAMBLING911 when joining BetUS.com and receive your FREE CASH BONUS here (50 percent of your initial deposit by credit card or eCheck - restrictions apply). 

Manny Pacquiao -275

Miguel Cotto +200 pays $200 for every $100 bet.

A DRAW would pay $2500 for every $100 bet at BetUS.com

 

Analysts at BetUS.com have written extensively on the Cotto Pacquiao fight.  These are the folks that are posting the odds, and for the most part the odds have stayed steady with only small movements since this fight was announced.

Pacquiao is still looked upon by many as the world's best pound-for-pound fighter, and the streets of Manila are empty when he climbs into the ring. Pacquiao was a pro at age 16, and took some lumps early, as he suffered a third-round KO loss to Rustico Torrecampo, but he won the WBC flyweight title in 1998 as he knocked out Chatchai Sasakul.

In his last fight Pacquiao started to cash in on his newfound super-stardom with a fight against Ricky Hatton, and pummeled Hatton for almost two full rounds before Ricky went down and out. It was an utter mismatch, and left people wondering if there was no weight division that was out of his reach. Now he's advancing to the welterweight division, trying for a title in his fourth weight class, in a career that started at 106 pounds.

Despite the fact that Manny Pacquiao (-300 to win in the BetUS boxing betting odds) is the fighter considered by most to be either the #1 or #2 fighter in the mythical "pound-for-pound" category, please keep in mind that this fight is for Miguel Angel Cotto's WBO welterweight title. I would suspect that the winner is going to be in for an even bigger prize; when all is said and done, there will probably be a fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. on the horizon.

When Pacquiao moves up in weight, as he's doing here, I guess it is natural to ask whether he is biting off more than he can chew.

Early in his career, Cotto played the part of the aggressor, the stalker, the destroyer, and that is much easier to do when your opponent does not have the artillery to fight back with much firepower. At some point, however, the chin must be tested, and that has been where Cotto's had some hairy moments. One of the most stunning of these moments came against DeMarcus Corley (a southpaw like Pacquiao) who was by no means a banger, nailed Cotto on the button and had him flopping around all over the place.

 

Other Cotto Pacquiao fight odds include:

 

 

Both must answer bell for action. (3 Way Betting)

Rot#            Round Group Betting             Moneyline

509                 

Pacquiao to win in Rd 1-3                 +400 

510                 

Pacquiao to win in Rd 4-6                 +375 

511                 

Pacquiao to win in Rd 7-9                 +325 

512                 

Pacquiao to win in Rd 10-12                 +500 

513                  

Pacquiao by Decision or Technical Decision                 +325 

514                 

Cotto to win in Rd 1-3                 +1500 

515                 

Cotto to win in Rd 4-6                 +1000 

516                 

Cotto to win in Rd 7-9                 +1400 

517                  

Cotto to win in Rd 10-12                 +1000 

518                 

Cotto by Decision or Technical Decision                 +750 

519                 

Draw or Technical Draw                 +2800 

 

Rot#            To be knocked down first             Moneyline

703                 

Pacquiao                 +200 

704                 

Cotto                 -150 

705                 

No Knockdown                 +325 

(3 Way) 

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