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Welcome to Loot’s boxing section where he offers free boxing picks which includes previews with analysis on all of the big fights! The Lootmeister site is jam-packed with articles offering tips, strategy and advice on all major sports, but betting on fights is Loot’s bread and butter! He’s a true professional when it comes to knowledge of the ring as you’ll find by reading his insightful match previews!

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Boxing Picks, Previews and News

On February 22, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will renew acquaintances in a rematch with the heavyweight title on the line. Their first match, a late-2018 war that ended in a draw, was a source of major controversy. While Wilder’s power played a role, Fury appeared to outbox his foe. Both are still unbeaten and each will be looking for a more conclusive showing on February 22. The odds are very close, attesting to the difficulty of picking a winner in this fight. Will it be the more-skillful Fury or the assassin Wilder? Loot breaks down the equation in this article. Take a look! Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II Pick – 2/22

On December 21, in what is really the last big event of the year, Tony Harrison defends his WBC 154-pound belt against the man he beat for the title in Jermell Charlo. The first fight, almost a year to the day, was won by Harrison in a unanimous decision that wasn’t without some dispute. But still, Harrison was a very tough opponent for the fast-rising Charlo, who really needs to right the ship to keep his career on the right track. Harrison, meanwhile, is looking to confirm to some naysayers that he belongs on this level. Loot breaks down this fight in this article, offering his betting pick. Check it out! Tony Harrison vs. Jermell Charlo II Pick – 12/21

December 7 features a huge rematch for a big chunk of the heavyweight title, with Andy Ruiz, Jr. taking on the man he beat for the belts in Anthony Joshua. Their first fight in June was a shocker, with Ruiz, Jr. annexing the titles via upset 7th-round stoppage. This time around, in the faraway locale of Saudi Arabia, the new champion looks to prove he’s not a one-off freak with a win that would literally be worth tens of millions of dollars. But also at stake is the career of Anthony Joshua, who looks to show last time was just a stumble and that he’s ready to get back to being a juggernaut who packs stadiums. In this article, Loot breaks down how he feels the fight will go, while offering his best bet on this fight. Click here! Andy Ruiz, Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua Pick – 12/7

Also on December 7 on the Ruiz-Joshua II undercard, heavyweight contenders Alexander Povetkin and Michael Hunter will go at it in an important 12-round bout. Povetkin is getting up there at 40 and has been near the top for a long time, despite never quite getting to the absolute peak. To stay in the picture, he needs to upset the younger Hunter, a rising contender and interesting X-factor in this division. Will youth prevail or does Povetkin have some life left? Loot breaks the fight down here. Check it out! Alexander Povetkin vs. Michael Hunter Pick – 12/7

On November 9, WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder takes on Luis Ortiz in a rematch. The first fight turned into a back-and-forth war, first with Ortiz nearly taking out Wilder in the 7th round, before the gutsy champion closed the show in the 10th round. But at least Ortiz showed he can win rounds and get the champion in trouble. It was far from an easy fight for Wilder, as Ortiz is a big and talented fighter, even if he is getting long in the tooth. Can Wilder make things easier for him in the rematch or will Ortiz find the right answers to pull off the upset? Loot breaks down the action and gives his betting selection here. Take a look! Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz II Pick – 11/9

On July 20, we see one of the sport’s luminaries in yet another big fight, with Manny Pacquiao taking on unbeaten Keith Thurman in Las Vegas for the WBA 147-pound strap. After 25 years in the game and a two-decade run as a top fighter, has Pacquiao hit a wall? Will Thurman pounce on the opportunity to beat an aging legend? Or did Manny and his team find the perfect opportunity to spark another run of big fights in the lucrative welterweight division? In this article, Loot weighs the pros and cons of each man’s winning case, while giving his betting selection on Pacquiao-Thurman. Check it out! Manny Pacquiao vs. Keith Thurman Pick – 7/20

Heavyweights take center stage on July 20, as Dillian Whyte takes on Oscar Rivas on July 20 at the O2 Arena in London. Whyte is a high-profile contender and after stringing together some nice wins, he looks to add another piece to the puzzle on July 20. The unbeaten Rivas is 26-0, but hasn’t been put to the test to the extent that Whyte has. A win here would make him a contender with a real future. This fight has the looks of a real barnburner, as both men can inflict a lot of damage. Who comes out ahead in this one? Loot breaks it all down here! Dillian Whyte vs. Oscar Rivas Pick – 7/20

On June 15 in Las Vegas, Tyson Fury takes on Tom Schwarz in heavyweight action. It might not be the fight we wanted, which was a rematch with Deontay Wilder, but it’s still an important fight for Fury in his first Vegas appearance. A win here keeps him in line for the big fights, while Schwarz is looking to stamp his ticket into the big-time. Still the linear champion, Fury is a giant favorite to remain unbeaten. Will it be a dominant showing for the towering Englishman or can Schwarz step up in class and give him a run for his money? Loot breaks down the action in this prediction piece. Check it out! Tyson Fury vs. Tom Schwarz Pick – 6/15

On July 20, Manny Pacquiao will take on Keith Thurman in Las Vegas with a welterweight title hanging in the balance. As we look at the early odds, we see Thurman is favored over Pacquiao at the betting windows. In this article, Loot examines the dynamics of that betting quote for veracity. A lot goes into making boxing odds and in this case, some of those elements might stem from faulty analysis and stale perceptions. Loot breaks down some of the inconsistencies here. Take a look! Why Manny Pacquiao is an Underdog in the Keith Thurman Fight

On June 1 at Madison Square Garden, World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua takes on challenger Andy Ruiz, Jr. It’s Joshua’s first USA appearance. His original opponent was taken out of the mix due to a failed drug test, giving way to a replacement that might be a tougher matchup for Joshua. What Ruiz, Jr. lacks in terms of physique, he makes up for with the fastest hands in the division. He doesn’t look like he is fast, but he is. Joshua, being the champ, obviously has some qualities of his own, namely his deadly punching power. Will Joshua continue his dominance or will Ruiz, Jr. be able to offer a different look and make life hard on the champ? Loot breaks it all down here! Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz, Jr. Pick – 6/1

On May 25, cruiserweight champ-supreme Oleksandr Usyk dips his toe into the deep end of the pool, making his heavyweight debut against former world title challenger Carlos Takam. Usyk has gone through a tough roster of cruiserweight talent, as the former gold medal winner showed himself to be highly-proficient at 200 pounds. But a lot of good fighters hit a wall when they try to dance with the big boys. Takam has scored some nice wins along the way. Does he have enough left in the tank to trouble the formidable Usyk? Or will the Ukrainian standout serve notice that the heavyweights have a new player on the scene? Loot breaks it down here! Oleksandr Usyk vs. Carlos Takam Pick – 5/25

On May 4 in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena, World Middleweight Champ Canelo Alvarez returns to the ring to defend his belts against fellow middleweight titleholder Daniel Jacobs. This is a tough fight for both men. Canelo is one of the best in the world, a guy who has taken on one toughie after the next and sits atop the boxing world at 28. But against Jacobs, he’s taking on a big, seasoned, and hard-hitting 160-pounder who has shown he can hang at these high levels before. Will Canelo get another big win? Or will Jacobs score the big upset? Loot breaks it down here! Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs Pick – 5/4

On April 20, Madison Square Garden hosts a potentially-electric welterweight title fight, with unbeaten 34-0 champion Terence Crawford taking on longtime standout Amir Khan in a high-stakes battle. Crawford continues moving up the PFP ladder, having now won titles in three divisions and looking good while doing it. Khan, on the other hand, is looking to shake off some disappointments with what would be a major triumph in his erratic career. Can Crawford keep the ball moving forward or will he get tripped up against the vastly-talented Khan? Loot offers his full fight breakdown in this article. Take a look! Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan Pick – 4/20

On March 16, a pair of great champions will do battle, as Errol Spence defends his IBF Welterweight Title against three-division titleholder Mikey Garcia. Combined, these men are 63-0, but the main question on everyone’s mind is whether or not the much-smaller Garcia can leap all the way up to 147 to dethrone a champion of Spence’s caliber. Garcia is certainly skilled, but is he biting off more than he can chew? Will Spence, who is facing his best opponent, be up for the package of skills Garcia brings to the table? There are many questions abound in this battle of champions and Loot tries to answer some of them here. Take a look! Errol Spence vs. Mikey Garcia Pick – 3/16

January 19 features the return of the most-accomplished fighter of his generation, as Manny Pacquiao takes on Adrien Broner in a welterweight title bout. At age 40, you never know how many more times you will be able to watch the great Pacquiao in battle. In this one, he might have his hands full with Adrien Broner, a talented, but inconsistent performer. Will Manny see his superior talent and commitment to the sport resonate? Or will Broner be able to clean up on a spent force? In a fascinating battle, Loot breaks down all the variables in this article, followed by his betting selection. Have a look-see! Manny Pacquiao vs. Adrien Broner Pick – 1/19

December 15 will feature Canelo Alvarez vs. Rocky Fielding for the WBA Super Middleweight Title from Madison Square Garden, also known as the Mecca of Boxing. Alvarez is facing a pretty quick turnaround after beating GGG in September. Fielding is a once-defeated titlist looking to take a major jump up in class. Meanwhile, Canelo searches for a belt in another weight class. Still, despite the jump in weight and Fielding’s credentials, this has the feel of a stay-busy fight for Canelo. Did he miscalculate? Can Fielding put his far superior size to good use? Or is Canelo just in another league? Loot breaks down this battle here in this article. Check it out! Canelo Alvarez vs. Rocky Fielding Pick – 12/15

On December 1, big men take center stage in LA and when we say big, we mean it! WBC champion Deontay Wilder takes on former champ Tyson Fury in what stands out as a very meaningful heavyweight fight. Wilder’s power is hard to deny, as opponents end up looking like they’ve been hit by a truck. But in Fury, Wilder will be facing a fighter who is even taller at 6’9″ with untold guile, skills, and footwork. And since skills trouble Wilder, maybe Fury is the man for the job. But is he ready to take the hardest shots in all of boxing? Loot breaks the fight down here in this article, along with his betting pick. Take a look! Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Pick – 12/1

On October 20, Billy Joe Saunders defends his belt at the TD Garden in Boston against unbeaten American Demetrius Andrade. These two are both undefeated, with no losses and no draws in their combined 51 fights. Saunders is the belt-holder, having impressed with a string of nice performances. But this looks to be his sternest challenge, as Andrade is a massively-gifted boxer, just one who has been inactive and hasn’t gotten his big shot yet. In this article, Loot breaks down the particulars of the bout, while offering his betting selection. Take a look! Billy Joe Saunders vs. Demetrius Andrade Pick – 10/20

Super middleweights take center stage in Saudi Arabia on September 28, as unbeaten Callum Smith battles George Groves for the WBA Belt. This is also the World Boxing Super Series tournament final at 168 pounds. It’s a high-stakes bout, with division supremacy, domestic bragging rights, and a lot of future big fights going to the winner. Will the hard-slugging style and youthful energy of Smith be enough? Or will Groves’ versatility and experience be the deciding factors? Loot breaks the fight down here, along with his betting pick. Check it out! Callum Smith vs. George Groves Pick – 9/28

Big men take center stage on September 22 in London, with Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua taking on former champion Alexander Povetkin in a title defense at Wembley Stadium. Joshua continues to build toward what he hopes becomes full-fledged heavyweight supremacy. To do so, he will have to beat a still-capable fellow gold medal Olympic champion in the once-beaten Povetkin. Can Povetkin spoil the plans here or will Joshua continue racking up the dominant wins? Loot chimes in here with his fight breakdown and pick to win. Check it out! Anthony Joshua vs. Alexander Povetkin Pick – 9/22

In a much-anticipated rematch, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin will fight a rematch in Las Vegas on September 15. It’s a rematch of a controversial fight from last September, when Canelo earned what many felt was an unfair draw verdict. A few failed drug tests by Canelo and some heated negotiations later, they are set to renew acquaintances at the T-Mobile Arena in Vegas. Can Golovkin win in a way where it’s impossible to deny him? Or will the younger Canelo find a way to turn the tables and score what many would consider an upset? In this article, Loot breaks down the action, the styles of the fighters, and offers his betting pick in what could be the Fight of the Year. Take a look! Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin II Pick – 9/15

Heavyweight contenders Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker will do battle on July 28 in London. The hometown favorite Whyte and the former titleholder Parker both have one loss, having come up short to current heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua. Whyte’s loss to AJ was several years ago and he has gotten on a nice roll since his only setback. Parker, meanwhile, just lost to Joshua in March and looks to bounce back in a big way in this fight, again in hostile territory. Will Whyte hold down the fort or can Parker get the job done? Loot breaks down the fight in this article! Dillian Whyte vs. Joseph Parker Pick – 7/28

In a busy period for heavyweights, two more have a chance to shine on July 28 at the O2 Arena in London, as Dereck Chisora takes on Carlos Takam. Both men have been in some high-profile bouts with mixed results. The winner of this fight will have more opportunities down the line. It promises to be an entertaining heavyweight bout on the Whyte-Parker undercard, a fight where any number of different possibilities are plausible. In this article, Loot breaks down the fight and offers his betting selection. Check it out! Dereck Chisora vs. Carlos Takam Pick – 7/28

Cruiserweights Oleksandr Usyk and Murat Gassiev will battle it out at the Olympic Stadium in Moscow on July 21. It’s safe to say this is the biggest cruiserweight fight in the division’s history, with two prime unbeaten champions fighting with all the marbles at stake. This is the final of a tournament meant to crown the best 200-pounder in the world. Both have beaten tough competition to get here. They’re both big cruiserweights who might one day move up to try their hand at heavyweight. The winner of this fight will have a massive gem on his resume. Who can get the job done? Loot breaks down this affair, while offering his betting selection. Have a look! Oleksandr Usyk vs. Murat Gassiev Pick – 7/21

One of the sport’s legends returns on July 14, as Manny Pacquiao takes on Lucas Matthysse in Malaysia in a welterweight title bout. The clock is winding down on the 39-year old Pacman, who still looks to quench his thirst for glory (and money). In the other corner is a noted puncher in Matthysse, a fighter who has scored 36 knockouts in 39 wins. Will Pacquiao be able to still rely on his speed and movement to avoid the hammers of the Argentine? Or will Matthysse cap off what has been a long road to this spot with a huge upset win? Loot breaks down the action here, along with his betting prediction. Manny Pacquiao vs. Lucas Matthysse Pick – 7/14

Undefeated welterweights take center stage in Las Vegas on April 14, with Jeff Horn defending his WBO belt against a former two-division champ in his first fight at 147 pounds in Terence Crawford. The 32-0 Crawford is considered one of the top fighters in the sport and is a large favorite as he goes for a title in his third weight class. Horn holds a win over Pacquiao, though some still question his talent and merit at this position. Will Crawford use Horn as a stepping-stone to bigger things at welterweight? Or will Horn again show that he’s more of a handful than people think? Loot offers his take and betting pick here! Terence Crawford vs. Jeff Horn Pick – 6/9

On May 19, WBC Light Heavyweight Champion Adonis Stevenson makes the 8th defense of his belt against two-division champion and the once-beaten Badou Jack. The bout takes place at the Bell Centre in Stevenson’s adopted hometown where he usually sells out. A ferocious puncher, Stevenson is getting up there in age and has been inactive, making this fight against Jack a tough one to call. After all, while Stevenson has been fighting sporadically and in easy defenses, Jack has been taking on tough opposition. Loot offers his wagering pick in this article. Take a peek! Adonis Stevenson vs. Badou Jack Pick – 5/19

On May 12 from Madison Square Garden, rising superstar Vasyl Lomachenko goes for a belt in his third weight class in just his 12th pro fight, as he takes on WBA Lightweight king Jorge Linares. This is another test for “Hi-Tech” as he continues to rise up the pound-for-pound ladder. But with Linares being a talented and experienced three-division champion, this could be a tough fight for the Ukrainian two-time gold medal Olympic champion. Loot breaks down this matchup here, followed by his betting pick. Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Jorge Linares Pick – 5/12

On May 11, Oleksandr Usyk and Murat Gassiev will fight in the final of the World Boxing Super Series for cruiserweight supremacy. This is for the World Cruiserweight Title, as the winner of this fight will have cleaned out the division. Both men have been well-vetted, having overcome numerous challenges in the surging cruiserweight weight class. The winner might be forced to move up to heavyweight, with this fight being for all the marbles. Loot breaks down this high-stakes battle, along with his betting pick. Check it out! Oleksandr Usyk vs. Murat Gassiev Pick – 5/11

On May 5, Tony Bellew and David Haye will engage in a heavyweight grudge rematch at the O2 Arena in London. In their first fight last year, Bellew was triumphant with a TKO win. Haye, injured in the fight, looks to set the record straight in this anticipated rematch. Bellew was in his first heavyweight fight, beating a hard-hitting opponent in Haye in his debut as a big man. Could he have done it without Haye getting injured? With nearly a year passing since their last fight, we should anticipate a healthier Haye, which could make this tougher on Bellew. Who can get the upper hand on May 5 in London. Loot offers his wagering advice in this article. Check it out! Tony Bellew vs. David Haye II Pick – 5/5

Welterweights take center stage in Brooklyn on April 21, with Adrien Broner taking on Jessie Vargas in a 144-pound catchweight bout. Both men are knocking on the door of some big things, making this a must-win for each fighter. Broner is coming off a tough loss to Mikey Garcia and really needs this one. Vargas, meanwhile, is coming off some inactivity and looks to reignite a career that was picking up some steam a few years ago. The odds are close and it’s a tough one to pick. Loot offers his analysis and makes his betting selection in this article. Take a look! Adrien Broner vs. Jessie Vargas Pick – 4/21

On April 21, featherweights will take center-stage at the SSE Arena in Belfast as local hero Carl Frampton takes on former five-time champion Nonito Donaire. Frampton is looking for a rubber match with Leo Santa Cruz and other big fights, but standing in his way in the erstwhile Donaire. It’s been a while since Donaire rose to the top of the sport. Can the old lion who used to carry bricks in his fists once again make an impact? Or will the Belfast atmosphere and Frampton be too much to overcome? Loot offers his fight breakdown and betting pick in this article! Carl Frampton vs. Nonito Donaire Pick – 4/21

In a heavyweight championship unification match on March 31, unbeaten titleholders Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker will do battle in Wales. Joshua is 20-0, with all wins by KO. He is favored to win and is accustomed to fighting in this gigantic stadium, with his last fight having been here. Parker, however, is a champion in his own right, an unbeaten 26-year old looking to score the win of his life. Will Joshua continue his steamrolling ways? Or can the talented and possibly overlooked Parker spring the surprise? Loot breaks down this matchup here in this article. Take a look! Anthony Joshua vs. Joseph Parker Pick – 3/31

As the co-feature on the Joshua-Parker extravaganza on March 31, a pair of notable heavyweights will do battle, with former champion Alexander Povetkin taking on England’s David Price. With this bout being on this particular card, the winner could be in line for a big fight. Povetkin is 38, with one career loss. He looks to get back into the thick of things in a revamped heavyweight division. Price, meanwhile, is looking to fulfill the promise he once showed, following a erratic run in the pro ranks. Loot breaks down this fight here, offering his betting selection. Alexander Povetkin vs. David Price Pick – 3/31

On March 24 in London at the O2 Arena, heavyweight contenders Dillian Whyte and Lucas Browne will duke it out in a high-stakes battle of big men. The winner of this fight sets himself up for a big fight against one of the champions. Whyte already took on champion Anthony Joshua, nearly scoring the KO. Six wins have followed since then and the talented big man is ready to make a big move. Standing in his way is the unbeaten Browne, an aging, but skilled and unbeaten Aussie looking to get in the thick of things. In this write-up, Loot breaks down this heavyweight showdown and offers his betting pick. Take a look! Dillian Whyte vs. Lucas Browne Pick – 3/24

Heavyweights take center stage on March 3 from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, as WBC champion Deontay Wilder takes on Luis Ortiz. These two are both unbeaten and should make for a memorable heavyweight clash. Wilder has won all but one of his fights by KO and his power makes him a unique fighter who could one day be the undisputed king. Ortiz is getting up there in years and some failed PED tests have put his credibility into question, but he’s still a vastly-skilled fighter who represents Wilder’s toughest opponent to date. Who comes out ahead in this battle? Loot breaks down the fight in this article, along with his betting selection. Check it out! Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz Pick – 3/3

On February 17, super middleweights George Groves and Chris Eubank, Jr. tangle in a high-stakes 168-pound title bout in Manchester. This is for the WBA and IBO Super Middleweight belts, as well as being a semifinal bout in the WBSS Super Middleweight Tournament. Groves has rebounded nicely and is currently on a nice run of wins. A triumph over Eubank, Jr. would be huge. But Eubank, Jr. has been showing a lot of menace, with 7 KO wins in his last 8 fights. Can Groves fight the kind of disciplined fight where he makes the most of his abundant skills? Or will the fresher Eubank, Jr. be too much and hit too hard for Groves? Loot offers his fight analysis here, along with his betting pick. Take a look! George Groves vs. Chris Eubank, Jr. Pick – 2/17

On February 3 in Russia, the revived cruiserweight division features a unification title bout, with unbeaten champions Murat Gassiev and Yunier Dorticos battling it out in the WBSS tournament semifinal. Both fighters were devastating in their last fights, as these big cruisers are really on a roll heading into this fight. Gassiev is regarded as the more-skillful fighter perhaps, but with 21 KO wins in his 22-0 record, Dorticos is as dangerous as they come. The winner of this fight positions himself for huge upcoming fights, making this a very high-stakes battle. In this article, Loot breaks down the fight, offering his betting selection. Take a look! Murat Gassiev vs. Yunier Dorticos Pick – 2/3

On January 20 from Barclays in Brooklyn, undefeated IBF Welterweight Champion Errol Spence makes the first defense of his crown against veteran Lamont Peterson. Spence is coming off a title-winning triumph in May, when he stopped champion Kell Brook for the belt. Standing in his way before he can establish 147-pound supremacy is the 33-year old Peterson, a proven commodity who has shown he can thrive even at the highest levels. Some might recall how much trouble he gave then-unbeaten Danny Garcia in this very venue a few years back. Can Spence continue his upward climb to the top of the division and the sport? Or will Peterson’s veteran know-how give Spence more trouble than some are thinking? Loot breaks down this championship matchup in this article, while offering his betting pick. Take a look! Errol Spence vs. Lamont Peterson Pick – 1/20

In a big-time pairing of two of the more-gifted fighters in the world, Vasyl Lomachenko defends his WBO 130-pound belt against Guillermo Rigondeaux at Madison Square Garden on December 9. Both men are former two-time gold medal Olympic champions. Rigondeaux is unbeaten, but 37 years aold and now moving up two divisions to face Lomachenko, who has dazzled with his recent performances. Can Rigondeaux put forth a vintage performance? Or will Lomachenko show that size and youth will prevail? Loot offers his breakdown of this high-level encounter, along with his betting pick. Take a look! Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux Prediction – 12/9

The heavyweight division is heating up and two young players will do battle on September 23, as Joseph Parker defends his WBO heavyweight title against unbeaten Brit Hughie Fury. With Parker 25 and Fury just 22, this is the young wave and the winner of this bout will be in a great spot to book some huge fights. This particular matchup is a fascinating mix of styles and the closeness of the odds illustrate what a well-matched bout this is. Any number of different possibilities suggest themselves. Loot breaks down the fight and offers his pick here! Joseph Parker vs. Hughie Fury Pick – 9/23

In what should be the biggest fight of the year in boxing, middleweight champ Gennady Golovkin takes on Saul “Canelo Alvarez on September 16. It’s a long-awaited battle that has fans pining. On one hand, you have the unbeaten champ Golovkin, a murderous-hitting champion who has left a trail of fallen bodies in his rise to the top. In the other corner is the wildly-popular Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez. The young star has racked up some big wins, but a win here would really propel him to full-fledged international superstar status. It’s the biggest fight in both men’s careers, a defining fight that will define their legacies. Loot expertly breaks down the fight in this article, along with his betting pick. Take a look! Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez Pick – 9/16

The Best Bet You Can Make on Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez – While another fight has stolen some heat from this event, in terms of hardcore boxing action, it doesn’t get much bigger than Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez. The fight is huge and the betting always follows suit. This fight will generate massive wagering interest and to accommodate that, the books put out every type of bet imaginable. It can be a little overwhelming with the sheer amount of different bets being a bit disorienting. In this article, Loot cuts through all the brush to find the one nugget–his favorite bet on the board. Check it out!

Why You Should Bet on Canelo Alvarez against Gennady Golovkin – While the Mayweather-McGregor is getting a lion’s share of the attention at the moment, we also have the huge Canelo vs. GGG looming. The September 16 bout promises to be the fight of the year, an evenly matched bout where opinions are split and the stakes are super-high. In this article, we explore the winning case for Alvarez. If Alvarez is going to pull off the career-defining win, it will be for these reasons. Take a look!

Why You Should Bet on Gennady Golovkin against Canelo Alvarez – With the September 16 Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez fight, we have a bout with close odds where the opinions are split and very strong on both sides. At Lootmeister, we like to explore the full scope of possibilities. In this article, Loot entertains the case of the 37-0 Gennady Golovkin, listing the most-compelling reasons why you can justify betting on him. Take a look, as Loot breaks down why betting on GGG might be a good idea.

Gennady Golovkin vs. Saul Alvarez Betting – Exercising Caution – We feel that is good to feel positive about a bet you made. You should have confidence. But in fights like Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez, where a sound case can be made on both sides, it’s important to at least ponder the downside. If you are too certain, that means you’re overlooking something. Loot isn’t trying to tell you who to pick here, he’s just showing equanimity and exploring the downside of both sides of the bet. Before making a bet, check out this article. Maybe it will help you develop a more even-handed view of the fight.

All Gennady Golovkin Bets You Can Make – For those who fancy Gennady “GGG” Golovkin’s chances in his mega-fight against Canelo Alvarez on September 16, the betting landscape is vaster than most would think. Sure, you can keep it simple and just bet on GGG to win. But some people have feelings and insights that are a little stronger than that. In this article, Loot breaks down all the many different positions you can take on Golovkin in this fight. He posts the odds of all those wagers, with descriptions of all the different bets. Take a look and see if you find anything that’s up your alley!

All Saul Canelo Alvarez Bets You Can Make – The boxing betting landscape has expanded vastly over the years. It used to be you could bet on a fighter to win, along with how long a fight would last with maybe a few prop bets thrown into the mix. Now, it’s gotten to the point where there is a bet to accommodate just about any prediction that a bettor would have. In the GGG vs. Canelo fight, the opinions run deep, with some people feeling very strongly about how the fight will play out. If you’re leaning Canelo’s way in this bout, this article will help spell out all the different ways you can take a position of the Mexican Superstar.

How to Bet on Gennady Golovkin vs. Saul Canelo Alvarez – Nothing brings out the monster in people when it comes to betting like a really big superfight. And the September 16 mega-battle between Gennady “GGG” Golovkin and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez certainly qualifies. In huge fights of this magnitude, the opinions on both sides of the fence can be strong indeed. And naturally, people like to put their money behind their beliefs. In this article, Loot defines the betting landscape for us in this fight, explaining which bets will be available, how they work, and how to break down the odds part of the equation. Check it out!

Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez Over/Under Betting – One thing that the pros in boxing betting do is spend a lot of time deliberating the total, where you simply pick whether or not a fight will last a certain number of rounds. The opinions are pretty strong on who will win the upcoming Gennady “GGG” Golovkin vs. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez fight, but what about how long the fight will last? In this article, Loot breaks down the bet itself, explaining the ins and outs of betting boxing totals. Then, he handicaps the bet and offers his final thoughts.

Fight Review: Mayweather/McGregor Post Fight Commentary.

Changing of the Guard in Boxing – Recent Frenzy of Retirements – In just the past few weeks, we have seen a handful of stalwarts in the game decide to step away from the sport. It’s odd that in a short span, we’d see such a rash of fighters announcing their retirement, but such is the case with Robert Guerrero, Tim Bradley, Wladimir Klitschko, and Juan Manuel Marquez all recently stepping away from the spotlight. In this article, Loot breaks down each fighter and their legacy. Take a look!

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Famous Boxing Quotes – When a fighter speaks, it’s usually from the heart and with much emotion. Definitely not well thought out either! Loot shares his list of some of the most famous and popular boxing sayings ever.