What to Bet With Joshua vs. Takam Fight – Method of Victory, Round Betting, More

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There is so much betting interest in Anthony Joshua vs. Carlos Takam this coming Saturday even though the odds were heavily in favor of undefeated Joshua, making it difficult to place a wager on him.  But have no fear, there are plenty of other great value bets on the Joshua vs. Takam fight, including but not limited to the round betting and method of victory.

Joshua defends the IBF, IBO and WBA heavyweight championships against Takam (35-3-1, 27 KOs) from Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

For North American boxing fans and bettors, this one goes off 5 p.m. EST with the two fighters expected to enter the ring around around 6 pm.

Joshua is a sick 1/50 favorite while Takam comes in at 33/1 to 50/1 underdog.  If you think he’ll upset Joshua, go for it!!!!  The payout will be huge at up to $5000 for every $100 bet.  33% of the betting public are indeed backing Takam.

Other betting options include the following (availability depends on book):

Stats Betting

    Either Fighter To Be Knocked Down

    Exact Method Of Victory

    Method of Victory

    Round Betting

    Round Group Betting

    Total Rounds

Player Betting

    To Be Knocked Down

    When Will The Fight End?

    Will Fight Go The Distance?


    Decision Victories


- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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