Manny Pacquiao Still Favored by -278

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Manny Pacquiao Still Favored by -278

Fighter Manny Pacquiao was listed as a -278 favorite to beat Miguel Cotto at Sports Interaction just hours before fight time.  This was a good bet considering that many of the online sportsbooks were already listing Pacquiao above -300.  The risk is $278 to win $100 (you get the $278 back plus winnings should he win).  

This is one of the most widely anticipated fights of the year and, when all is said and done, will probably be the most bet on.

"We are seeing very steady interest from gamblers throughout the day and the two days leading up to Saturday," said Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor of the website.

While there is much hoopla surrounding the Philippines native, most experts believe this fight is a toss up between Pacquiao and Cotto.

"People around Manny Pacquiao are telling him it's an easy fight. They are idiots. It's the toughest fight of his life," said fight trainer, Freddie Roach.

Fight Outcome Betting Courtesy of  Sports Interaction

            Manny Pacquiao by KO, TKO and Disq

            Manny Pacquiao by Decision


            Miguel Angel Cotto by KO, TKO and Disq

            Miguel Angel Cotto by Decision

Round Betting, Round Group Betting and Round Totals Betting also available.


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